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March 14th, 2011 #92
good work and design. I love the smoothness of the first pieces here, in the newer ones it seems that you try to get away from that, are you just trying something new or are you unhappy with that effect?
Keep doing it you are on a good way!
appreciate well-meant critique
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March 14th, 2011 #93
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March 15th, 2011 #94
Drunkendrinker - yeah I've fallen out with smoothness haha. For some reason smoothing things makes me more uptight when I draw. I wish to somehow adapt to more lose strokes so I can have more fun on the designing part =)
I've not used a pencil in a long time. Doodles of faces and some digital Sartorialist sketches
March 15th, 2011 #95
you have really nice paintings and sketches here... and browsing through from the beginning, i can see lots of progress! very nice!
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March 16th, 2011 #96
I love your work! Your girls are spot on! the only thing I can say is that you should try drawing older and heavier people. I'm positive you can do it easily, but I just want to see you draw that with your style
Keep up the great work!
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March 24th, 2011 #102
You'll find that a dark line or shadow on the lower eyelid will flatten out your eye. If you let the top plane of the lower eyelid dissolve into the white of the eye, it will be more successful.
Good examples of that are found in Vanderpoel's book.
Nice, slick work overall that you have here.
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