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    Some stuff from the day, i'll prob do more tonight, if i get a chance ill post that. the second last image i want to try colour in Photoshop, but its on an a3 page, so im probly gunna havta scan it on someones a3 scanner. probly gunna draw alot more stuff from Loomis, and maybe bridgeman, too. --- enjoi


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    currently working on this....sorry if u can't really see it, im drawing it light so i can ink it later. ill prob attempt to colour this too, stay tune'd folks.


    which reminds me, ive got a question if anyone wishes to help. how can i put a link under all my posts with my sketchbook thread? i should really know, but im stupid. thanks in advance!

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    hey adrien! thx for stopping by the sketchbook!

    this is a promising start and already i can see this distinct style developing from these posts :3 have you done any street art or graffiti prior to starting this sketchbook? it seems that has some sort of influence on quite a few of your drawings! awesome mix man

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    Quote Originally Posted by teapo View Post
    hey adrien! thx for stopping by the sketchbook!

    this is a promising start and already i can see this distinct style developing from these posts :3 have you done any street art or graffiti prior to starting this sketchbook? it seems that has some sort of influence on quite a few of your drawings! awesome mix man

    much dedication going on... keep at it !



    teapo - no problem man, u got some great stuff.

    Ive done a small amount of graffiti.....but more characters than letters, i do love using the spray can. thanks for the encouraging words

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    Id say that i do look at graffiti from time to time for inspiration. anyways, this is an old one, but i found it in my room so i thought id post it.

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    this chaps my favourite ever graffer; delta, although why he felt he needed an nom de spraycan ive no idea as his name is Boris Tellegen...id change my name to Boris Tellegen.

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    Velocity Kendall - hahah rofl. that delta is pretty sweet, kinda reminds me of 'daim' .


    some stuff for the day..

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    Did some more gesture like figures...the other ones i did, i set a 30 sec. time limit, but these i didnt have a limit, but still did them quickly. it was much easier without the pressure of the time.

    trying to loosen up a bit with my linework.
    mite be posting more tonite, enjoi
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    Nice quick anatomy studies,
    having a hard time with them myself so i can apreciate how difficult they are, ill post some of my own tomorro XD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Providenc View Post
    Nice quick anatomy studies,
    having a hard time with them myself so i can apreciate how difficult they are, ill post some of my own tomorro XD.

    thanks man for ur comment.
    yeahh they can be hard ay, expecially with a time limit. good luck with yours ill come by ur sketchbook tomorow and hav a look see i better see some gestures haha

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    This is an update of a drawing i did last night, i just added some rendering. i used reference for the anatomy, but not the rendering, probly a bad idea as its not correct. oh well i had fun anyway...
    think it needs more dark tones. enjoi

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    Too Busy

    hey guys, unfortunately today i was so backed up with other commitments i didnt get a chance to sit down and draw, sucks. but fear not, they'll be updates tomorow! =D

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    Wow, your style's amazing. I love seeing you experiment with things outside of it as well - keep it up, that can only make it even better!

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    Umbravita - thanks for your post man, makes me feel good that your enjoying my work and yer im trying to do some different stuff that i normally do, thanks for pointing that out.


    - - tried to change the colours on this, but ran into some problems so i just left it how it is. dont think its vibrant enough.

    enjoi

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    quickie be4 dinner....wow i gota learn how to render =/

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    You have some fantastic art here, but I do see a big weakness here with your rendering. Try shading some simple shapes and learn to love the core shadows
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    freakmod - thanks man. yer bro....im very weak in the rendering department. i always avoid it for some reason. but fear not! im going to attack it....

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    Oooh, are you going to colour that last piece?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Umbravita View Post
    Oooh, are you going to colour that last piece?
    maybe now that u mention it...thanks for the suggestion =D.
    ill prob have to do it tomorow, its late.

    thanks for dropping by

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    I love your hard, sharp, and thick lines~ Also, your studies are just amazing~ defiantly going to be watching this thread~

    also would love to see that last piece coloured~ It's awesome~

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    Pluscandy - thanks candy, im happy u like my stuff =p mmm i may colour it, i may... =p


    im taking freakmod's advice and going to devote more time rendering.

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    FUN line work!
    You've got to be proud of that last post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nallen View Post
    FUN line work!
    You've got to be proud of that last post.
    Great job.

    thanks Nallen, yer im pretty happy with it, thanks
    i took my time with it, instead of rushing, like i always do.
    i guess a good way to go about things is patience. its helping me ahah

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    Those eyes are so expressive.

    Patience is a hard thing to develop, isn't it? I tend to rush as well. I hope we learn to slow down!

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    Umbravita - thankyou yeah patience is hard....cause we just want results as quick as possible i think. yer i hope we learn too


    just a quick post, some quick sketches and some random thing. the lines are a bit more wobbly than some of my others because i tried doing it with a brush pen instead of a fineliner.

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    Goodnight everyone. and for those that are in another country, good morning.

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    nice line work and you got some real nice figure studies. there is a stiffness in some of those figure studies, which could be fixed by gesture studies with time limits. the time limit is suppose to stress you out and make you find ways to draw faster and figure out your own shortcuts to finish the drawing on time. it conditions your brain into a state of mind that will make you faster, better and overall more focused.

    keep it up!

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    Thanks for stopping my by SB! But, dude! This sketchbook is so cool, i love your lines and how you use color! I'll be checking this out regularly!

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