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    I'm trying to get a range of styles into my portfolio, I like some of the cartoon styled stuff going about. Might add a few tattoo's to the character next.
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    I just figured out how to set up the pen tool in illustrator for the wacom. Knocked out a few portraits today.
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    Todays illustration
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    I'm starting to really enjoy drawing in illustrator, the brush strokes are predictably consistent. The results are completely different from what I get with photoshop. Another picture of my cat, looking pretty smug.
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    I've tried to experiment a bit with light and distance here, the colour of the head is meant to be a bit weaker to show its further away. I really needs some changes, any tips would be really helpful.
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    Hi there,

    Love the variety in this sketchbook, and especially Poppy the Cat and posts 35 and
    39 - you really have personal style going on in these, which, in turn, is really pleasant!
    I also wanted to say how great your vectors look. I've done them twice in my life,
    one time ages back, when I discovered a meshing tutorial for a lily, and the second
    time when I did some work. No inclination to go back other than from necessity, as the
    whole thing is just scary to me. Really well done for branching out! And Z Brush - wow.

    Can't wait to see your progress in the following months; perhaps a good idea would be to
    practice dynamic poses - that would really help those characters pop.

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    Thanks for the feedback Jansi, its really helpful and motivating.
    This is some development of a character from yesterdays sketch, he's what we call a ned in Scotland. You see them everywhere, hopefully not carrying an axe though.
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    good stuff my friend. maybe we can help each other out because i just got photoshop too.
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    Samurai are damn hard to draw, on the plus side you can hide anatomy behind all that armour.
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