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    Thanks for visiting my sketchbook.

    I'm loving your pencil sketches, all really nice. The first ocarina picture I thought was some sort of a space hair dryer, never actually seen one before. I then remembered it is a musical instrument. Great job!

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    Kode: thank you for visiting too! =) And I think, there are many people out there who never heard of ocarinas before. That doesn't matter

    playing around in photoshop
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    craaazy paintings. loving them! keep it up! cant crit as im no painter. yet!

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    SSquir33: I'm happy about some nice words too thanks!

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    I'm really liking the concept behind one of the playing around in photoshop picture. Being on a swing that's being held up by someone else, and she doesn't seem entirely sure it's a good idea, heh.

    The portrait looks good in terms of construction, to me anyway although I get the feeling her nose should be protruding a little further from her face at that angle and obscuring more of her cheek.

    Still really enjoying your studies, makes me want to work hard too :B

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    Caspia: thank you very much!

    Another skull lifepainting and everything is just.. off. I need to practice more!
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    lifedrawings
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    ... alien? Oo
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    photo study
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    I need to step out of my comfort zone! I never do things with vanishing points or interior scenes. I need to change that. Here's a photo referenced study:
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    dude, youre doing great, amazing motivation you have!

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    Aragah:thanks for visiting and commenting my sketchbook!

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    Your photostudies as well as your pencil sketches look great.

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    The studies looks promising! Keep pushing those out. They get better by each post.

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    thanks for the crit, flipping a picture can really help sometimes! I like what you got going so far, I need to keep posting like this!

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    Wooli:thanks!
    Loathsome: thanks! I try to do more!
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    2 more photostudies. Not really satisfying, I need way to much time to do them and have problems to get the colours/values and shapes right. Well, practising will help.

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    I don't know if I should call this photostudy or photo referenced portrait XD
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    Man sieht richtig deine Verbesserung, wenn man sich durch die Seiten klickt du hast digital eine sehr weiche Art zu zeichnen. Du kannst ja mal versuchen, mehr in die Details zu gehen, zb, Haaransatz, Fältchen um die Augen~

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    yphiel:danke dir! Ich hab ja praktisch das Gefühl, dass sich gar nichts getan hat, seit ich hier angefangen habe zu posten D=

    some studies (a photo and screenshots from Empire of the Sun's "we are the people"). I used Painttool Sai this time because I just haven't enough knowledge about the program to work precise XD I want to learn how to use less brushstrokes and how to make them in a nice and visible way

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    I like the screenshot studies, they have a good energy to them!

    May Strength Be Kind and Courage Gentle
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    Heyya!

    You really do have a very beautiful sketchbook here!
    As, I said before, your ink and pencil work is wonderful, and so is your grasp of the human figure.

    Keep working hard on your digital work! It is getting very good!



    P.S. Thanks for the post on my SB!

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    Just Call Me Bruce!: thanks a lot!
    greyskill: thank you very much!


    no studies today. Had no time to do some over the weekend. But I think, this evening will be lifedrawing again =)

    But anyway, here's an update. I'd like to participate in the RIFT contest on DeviantArt. It's not that I have a chance, but it can be fun to design a colossus. I started with the lifeplane one
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    Thank you for your kind words .

    I really like your creatures. The concepts look great and they're full of personality. The last one a lot as well - it looks weird in a good way (that's a compliment! It's my favourite style ). Anyhow, I don't have any good advice or anything I can confidently crit on so all I can say is keep practising, hehe.

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    Ooh, beautiful works here! Your life studies are looking great as are you photo studies. And great imagination creatures. Good job!

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    please more sketch.. ı like post 98

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    Saara_: thank you very much for your comment! =D I will keep practising
    Satupeikko: thank you!
    karantina: I will do more sketches again =)

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    Wow, your work is so diverse. I am loving the newest creature especially. Awesome colors!!

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    Aval:thanks!

    Some different new stuff.

    Starting with life drawings. First time I tried to draw some students at the university with pencils and... I failed. It's easier for me using a ball pen Oo
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    I have even done some anatomy studiess, but I don't like to them show. Nothing interesting about them

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    Nice to see you do some studies You're pretty busy lately, that's good
    Try to keep an eye on colourvariation. Take a look at your skintones, right now you mostly use olive variations. You really need to add different hues to add more life to those colours. Also try to use some grey to desaturate some colours. sometimes we think it's a different hue, but then it's just the same colour desaturated which makes it look cooler... Use a colourpicker on your reference and see how the hue changes even pixel by pixel, even if just slightly. That's the effect you want to achieve

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    really dig this one, http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...8&d=1306529061 The contrast of light/shadow really pops up. Great job.

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