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    Old abandoned sketchbook

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    what medium are you working with in these? is it digital or marker?
    dont know how qualified I am to give critiques or anything like that, but I would recommend a whole lot of studies from life to go behind your work. I am trying to do the same thing at the moment.
    I like the mask thing on that guy in the first image

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    ... obviously i mean digital and marker as well as pencil... yes.

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    Hey there!
    Strong start,you've really grasped the values on the minotaur drawing!
    Keep it up!

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    Hello there! Really like what you have so far. It's definently a good start, hope to see more soon!
    Some anatomy sketches would be good too, just so they're easier to see where you need help.
    Keep up the good work!

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    hey there phillip. I think your mind has established a veyr rustic and medieval colour palette of which i very much approve. I look forward to seeing how things develop over the course of things.


    Keep drawing dude.

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    Hmm Wolverine looks pretty good,the arm anatomy is a bit wonky but the chest is really good!
    Keep it up!

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    Good start. The werewolf and the minotaur looks very strong (as a drawing ). The two girls IMO are not as good, both picture looks flat. Keep up the good work.

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    hey, nice start. Keep pushing yourself. If you're going for detail, keep looking harder and closer and keep challenging yourself more. keep up the good work.

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    nice, what medium are these painting?

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    keep going!to me some of these look a little bit blurry might be my eyes haha
    but your doing an awsome job

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    Loving the progress youve made so far, glad to see some more fantasy inspired work, just make sure that although you have a niche you have to adventure out of it to improve your skills. So lets see some things that you don't enjoy drawing, you don't want to leave any skills behind. Another thing i've noticed especially in your later pieces, you're starting to use matte painting (photo/texture manips) with your illiustrations which is all fine and dandy but your last one looked a little too photographic for the digital style youre going for, try to find a good balance. Keep up the great work.

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