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    Colin Boyer's Sketchbook

    Hey there, long time lurker here. thought it was high time I start a sketchbook.

    Crits and comments always welcome.

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    This was the drawing done before that painting for my media class at TAD. Learned a ton about sensitivity on this.

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    Hey, very nice start for a sketchbook! Post some more, so we can see your work!

    My sketchbook - help me get better!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fernandoart View Post
    Hey, very nice start for a sketchbook! Post some more, so we can see your work!
    Thanks for looking at my work Fernando!

    A quick Duran copy:

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    You are skilled. realistic pieces. post some more

    Cheers/ your friend PMB

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    PaintMyBrain: Thanks man, I appreciate your taking the time to look at my sketchbook.

    A 40 minute skull painting:

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    good form on that last painting

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    agreed, those oils make my mouth water

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    a la bapsi: Thanks!
    Woji: I've been enjoying oils more the more that I use them. Thanks.

    One of our models is a med student and she snuck us into the cadaver labs. These drawings were really fun.

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    mighty sick start. I look forward to more from you, sir.

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    Wow, I'm not normally one to get afraid of a little blood, but I'm not sure I would have been brave enough to go draw dead people... I'm sure it's a very special experience. Did you get to see some actual anatomical dissections or just decomposing... tissue?

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    The sketches of the dead are like... wow, wish I would have such chance to draw some from nature

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    im in love with the last one, great skills on the drawings!

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    love that pencil portrait!.. looking forward to see more. u been rated!!

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    Superb

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    that's so cool, always wanted to draw dead people.

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    Hoy, that first one is really nice, it's alive! As opposed to the cadaver. Cool, wouldn't mind sketching from one of them myself. The Duran copy is looking cool too, but the skull is wicked! I enjoy looking at it squinting, and it's good for only 40 min.

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    i really like the variation between the warms and the cools in your painting examples, and the cadavers are awesome!!

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    Hey good stuff! I like that skull. I once went to a bone room where they had bones of animals and things like that, also there was a section where they showed us how they used these insects that got rid of all the tissue and stuff. It was freaky, and it was really STINKY also. But interesting enough lol..

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    Really cool stuff, I especially like the cadaver pencil work!

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