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    http://www.mediafire.com/?ym2jmbmdzmf (tool paint sai)

    This is my sketches please give me your notes about my art, thats will help me and you to improves our art work.

    I will do my best to upload other groups of my sketches .



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    this is a NOSKA from my monsters group . this work done by photoshop



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    good reference

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    My idea represent the unability to solve problems.

    skull represents people from current life who think as a chicken when the kife coming to kill her and she still looking for food and that we can see it in the chicken head.




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    Good face construction on the first, hair could do with a bit of work though.

    Second is fab apart from the legs, they are way too thin, check out some anatomy books and try to get some good proportions down

    Good start to your sketchbook, keep posting!

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    I agree with BHCS, check out some anatomy books
    but I like your sketchbook so keep posting!

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    thanks for comments. guys you are the best , rebecka and BHCS

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    photoshop painting step by step

    this one of my fav character from my monster's art group ^_^

    those photos show the work from the sketching until finishing

    I used a rough lines for sketching so please don't comment about it

    step by step:

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    more steps will come after ......

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    http://www.mediafire.com/?ym2jmbmdzmf (tool paint sai)

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    wait for other steps

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    I'd say do more still lifes!
    Watch the contrast, sometimes theres not enough of it.

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    thanks for comment vatsel. Can you please help me for more explain about what did you mean by contrast and not enough of it?

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    happy worrior

    study the shade and light

    (happy worrior ) the artwork about the brave worrior from south africa tribe people who feel brave and happy to see the death

    My art represent how people in the war face the death with brave and smile

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    its uncomplete sketch so i think you have to wait before comment about it.

    thanks

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    Interesting artwork here, I would love to see more. I like how original this thread is, but I would suggest maybe starting with some studies too. Either proportions and anatomy (from loomis or bridgman or vilppu or kevin chen for example) or some value studies. Keep up the good work, I'll be back

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    THOMASM : Thanks for your comment I'll do my best to make my art beter than now .

    I'll do my best to scan the anatomy artwork sketchs.

    thanks again and good luck for your future.

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    new update about gulakitheroughlymonster the finishing steps

    i made it darker tone to reach the reality of tones i think it ok but i'm still cope to improve it.

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    Hey, thanks for visiting my SB.
    Have a great things going on here. My favorite is the happy warrior, very good shading. For the last monster on post #14 - when draw, don't be afraid to pick much darker colours in shades (but never totally black).

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    thanks friend i really appreciate to your visiting my sketch book and for comment of my artwork

    i will do my best to improf my artwork

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    very cool idea's here!
    keep up with those studies!

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    thanks WI2RD for comment on my sb

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    (lio taik ) one of my fav monster that i've made

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    I like your use of colour and there's some interesting ideas you're coming up with- though the eyes look a wee bit flat.
    I'd practice them some more, think of them as actual spheres stuck in the head xD (Dear god, that's a terrible summary)

    http://www.squidoo.com/sculpting-eyes
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    Keep up the good work!

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    thanks Naidy your comment really helpful i'll do more study about eyes

    thanks again and good luck

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    Thanks for commenting in my sketchbook. You yourself have some interesting things going on here.

    A few suggestions:

    Your digital pieces are off to a good start, but have a "mushy" look for a lack of a better word. This is because they have sharp edges but the insides are very soft and blended. A mixture of some softer edges and some harder sections on the inside would help to fix this. I would suggest using a hard edged brush to paint (I ONLY use the basic hard round); it better describes form. A great thread that describes it better than I can:
    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=107217
    And a thread on edges:
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=51913

    I also would like to see more stuff done from life. I think it is one of the best ways to improve. Doing stuff from imagination is great, but to bring it to the next level some studies from life are really helpful.

    Anyways, keep posting and don't forget to have fun!

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    Andrew : thanks for your comment and suggestion by using the hard round brush for digital paints . I'll do my best to improf my artwork and i will use life style as my study in the part of my artwork

    good luck man

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    Hmm by contrast I mean that ou should have more of a difference between your lights and darks - mainly you need more darks atm.

    Just take whatever is there on your desk next to your pc and draw it, believe me it helps a lot!

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    i like your colors on post 14 but you could push the values more. add more darks to make it more dynamic.

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    thanks guys i will do my best to improve this point

    this is my recently practise on the shade and light

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    Hey you've got some great ideas in here, keep practicing, do anatomy studies! they will help you a lot when it comes to construction of characters! i love the green monsters face its great

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