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    Adrien Digiglio (TronRobot's) Sketchbook

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    More coming soon! i just have to have dinner and stuff.....

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    drawings

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    Hi, I can see you're drawing a lot, and you already have a distinct style.

    I think getting the free Loomis books would help you get out of the slump and help you improve.

    Keep at it!

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    Hey Tronobot, great start man!
    Heres a guy i think is incredible and ive found looking at his drawings like being taught by a master...

    http://www.jamesjean.com/blog/A6E8E4/figure-drawing-iii

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    Nice work, liking the various angles of the faces!
    keep it up chief

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    MrMagic - thanks alot i do have one loomis book, its called "figure drawing for all its worth" but i havent managed to study from it much. thanks for the link!

    Velocity Kendall - thanks for ur comment and ur right, that guy is such a pro. i could learn alot from him. thanks again

    Providenc - thanks alot for the comment

    thanks everyone (more work coming soonish)

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    drawings

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    Very interesting works composition-wise. Even though your characters look very stylized, most of them are convincing. I think you should play more with line weight and the style of line art, try some more calm and curvy style. Definitely try to incorporate tone into your works - lineart is fine by me, but I think it wouldn't hurt to have some value variation. Keep em coming

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    Thanks for your comment Moonrage, i will definately take your advice on playing with different line styles, and tone, too. im very lacking in tone - i barely do it atall. thanks for pointing that out

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    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1296899442

    this is great. how did you get the lines so damn neat? be good to see it bigger, with some colour.

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    Looking good, stylized, but don't fall victim to that too quickly, vary up your lines, explore a little, maybe try to get more curves in your lines, they seem a little stiff atm (unless that's what you're going for)

    also, i'd like to see how you do with color, but nice studies, and keep it uP!

    ...the imperfections make it interesting...

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    i used a fineliner, and its an a3 size. mmm yer maybe i should try colour it? not one of my strenghs........thx 4 comment

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