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    @strangedawn thank you , l'll do my best to post more

    more sketch in betew the school asignment to try keep fresh eyes, after trying hundreded diffrent ways to make this pose work on the girl i rage quit :p

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    I love those quick sketches, really inspirational. thanks for posting

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    @kendall i'm happy you like them

    more sketching in betew school asginment, i'm starting to really enjoy it,

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    Nice stuff here! My only crit is to try and use a higher opacity when painting. Right now you seem to be using really low opacity and it kind of muddles your forms and is less efficient.

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    Nice quick sketches Snatti hope all is well with your school stuff, will check back soon


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    I like your thumbnails, it's like looking in the clouds
    good luck with your art!

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    nice design in the last post. don't EVER rage quit yo :3 hmmm the latest screen capture is nice in terms of capturing the right colors perhaps the problem i see is that his eyes are too close together xD

    other than that, keep on trucking atey!

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    @drunken drinker, thanks alot

    @teapo hehe yeah i will avoid rage quit in future but sometimes you reach a point either you pouch your screen or quit :p, but i wont give next time that's a promise,agree on the study

    here is some mix right to left, wip,experiment,study

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    Hey there Atey,
    you got some beautiful concepts and paintings here in
    this magical sketchbook.
    #27 - favorite (she's got some really nice breasts)

    Nothing special to criticize, what I noticed that you are
    a bit struggling with facial proportions, so your faces are suffering
    a bit cause of that issue.

    Do more head and face studies maybe.

    #62 - first painting - favorite II, not so nice breasts but ok

    Wish you a happy painting session, hope we will stay in touch.
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    http://img822.imageshack.us/img822/1772/41607152.jpg


    hey, try to reduce your lines. i see so many lines, and they're all over the place. do a drawing of a figure and focus on only the necessary lines for the representation, then work up more detail from there.

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    very nice concepts mate.I like your ideas.Keep defining them some more, and keep up improving the anatomy
    .Lovely work

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    pournouced proffesional sampels intressting critque sepertatly togthere enviorment tryed diffrent depeding ide pannels gonne forgott tradtional regulary bacis refrence dose probbaly apperance supose pieace neibourhoods wanne thro aporach tierd horribel asingments basciley setence sketchs misstake avrage hight charcater futurstic hightec conquerd clearify havn't futhest fiths relsed dosn't becuase domiance cockasians aplogize cacuasians prepeard relse asginments betew hundreded redouce
    orly?

    You started off the thread pretty strong... some of those pieces look really good, while some of the other ones seem a little weak in the faces. This probably comes down to consistency. Maybe study some heads and facial construction for understanding and then you can take leaps forward

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    I like your work, pls more

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    Hey, you've got a cool realistic/impressionistic painting style that experiments with color and emotion. I like that approach. I use it myself, although your a lot better at it. Keep it up yo!

    My crit would be for your accuracy. We just did slow angle measurements in life-drawing today. It made my stubborn self understand that using angles and the linear-proportional strategy are a GOOD thing! yep. I now focus on basics. You've got good heads, but I would say angles will help your proportions.

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    you just keep getting better and better, I love all of the character designs!

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    @LtPlissken Hey, i am happy you found something of intress here i will work more on head studies and i am sure we will stay in touch!

    @Catish l'll could try it out next time with less lines on charcaters sketches

    @kingkostas will do!, bought an anatomy book recently

    @p_sage hi, latley i have been under so much stress and pressure that i have not been able to render things out to a level i am happy with, but i will step up my game, and give better quality and stronger works even tho with very limited time

    @JiR alright l'll try to give some more

    @poetry_man yeah i will be more accurate in future, time to step up my game, l am going to try what you said about angels

    @ezekrialase thank you, i am happy you like them

    i have not updated in bit not becuase i slack but becuase i must to some works needed for application to schools i want to study at, i will not upload all but here some

    1 for magazine cover (text means: find your inner self, your inner spirit and inner nature )
    2 sketch up gym outside
    3 sketch up a gym entrance
    4 design your own food packages, i placed some objects infront of me to get realistic light and rest from imagination

    probbaly will rework some of these but i wanted to do an updated in sb
    http://blog.sina.com.cn/snatti opend blogg recently

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    Nice work, I can see a lot of improvement over the last few pages. I really like your quick digital sketches. One critique I have, in the latest piece, the women with the fish, her face seems flattened. You can't really see any of the plains of her face. Her whole cheek looks flat, nothing to get a sense that there is a bone there. it doesn't have to be completely pronounced but just a small hit to suggest it is enough. Keep up the good work tho, I look forward to seeing more.

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    the quick sketches are great, they display the idea so quickly,and the economy of your line is fantastic! my only suggestion might be to continue to flesh out some of these characters and enviros.

    maybe toss in a few studies, never too good for some of those

    keep posting!!

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    Cheers snatti!
    I love your magazine cover! Who inspired you to that style? Looks a little similar to some of my favorite artists (Alphonse Mucha and John Dyer Baizley).

    Anyway - keep it up!

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    very nice progress atey! i love the looseness in your digitals and overall it makes a good fluid impression. those grayscale thumbs are delicious :3 loving it all mate!

    thanks for dropping some helpful words at the sketchbook~ let's keep drawing

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    I love your updates, espesially #82. Hope you'll do more this type

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    @the original_e added a hl there but it guess it didn't work as i hoped, might go back and tryed to fix it, thanks for the pointing it out

    @dope_fiend happy you like the quickies, l'll try to throw in some more studies

    @tasser very happy you liked it, as for style i just tryed to mix my new way of apraoch combined with my old , i looked up the artist you mentioned they have some really beautiful stuff

    @tea_po hey, thank you l'll be dropping by your sb asap have been not so very active on ca latley =P

    @in2eternity happy you liked it , l'll try to get some more done

    @sean MacClain, thank you, i am glad i was able to inspire someone

    i finished the application with the most assgiments a few days and left the project i was on, it's like all stress is gone now hopefully i will be able to updated more with higher quality aswell

    1- wanted to enter weekly envi but had to quit since no time
    2- Masterstudies of rembrant and davinci
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    Hi there , I really like your style
    wonderful studies , espacily Master Copy Studies
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    i like your style , good work with values .

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    Atey my friend. What are you doing?
    You are kicking some serious environmet work
    and master studies.
    You just keep amazing us with your great talent,
    I will try to visit more often here.
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    @Wassim.adkhal hey, happy you found something you liked

    @raminafshari i have been trying to improve my values latley, glad to hear it's working

    @LtPlissken you are to kind my friend, these words gives me a lot of encourgement, thank you for this

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    oh my. i've missed two awesome updates! rembrandt studies are sexy and i particularly dig this last photo study with the girl under the sunlight. you managed to capture that soft glow that occurs when the light hits hair quite nicely. and as always, great looseness in all your work

    keep going atey!

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    Some serious skills here! I agree with teapo, that last picture made me say wow out loud, i wolled.
    Keep rockin, your inspiring

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    Great updates! Love your new work, especially your latest update! Such beautiful colors!

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