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good start man. Keep on drawing.
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October 10th, 2010 #5
thats nice start , i see that you have a talent just keep practicing to improve your artwork keep it up
note : Try do more sketches about landscape and focus about the elements of landscape
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January 22nd, 2011 #12
nice start here, you have good line quality in your sketches. I especially like your torso drawings
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February 6th, 2011 #14
Nice pencle stuff man, id love to see you maybe try som other medias
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February 6th, 2011 #15
sketches are looking really good, and clean! however i notice you occasionally exaggerate certain features, from the nose, to the hips, it's not all the time, it's just every once in a while, thought i'd point that out
but yeah, keep posting, the portraits are already starting to look better!
February 6th, 2011 #16
Your work is so clean! I agree with Medusoid, more mediums - something messy. Ink or finger paint maybe?
Do something ridiculous and messy.
February 25th, 2011 #17
Dope Fiend- haha thanks for noticing I shall keep posting when I can
Rhubix- I have been oil painting its really crummy though .. ill post some another time.
Some sketches of semi naked dude. Wish I could do real life drawing but unfortunately these are from photographs.
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Some question in regard to head sketches.
What's your process? Do you put measurement line down and then you do the general form of the head and then put the features, all with carefully thought out straight line? How much time does this take you?
Do you very loosely sketch the head and then "ink" the process with straight line?
Do you use a loomis generic head and then adjust as you go along?
I just really like them. I feel they can capture a person's face fairly well.
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Great to see that much patience and work going into pencil studies and sketches. You think you should draw women more, and that may be a good idea; but I think rather than focusing on what, you ought to explore the how - experiment much more!
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