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    Smoke some dope with tronmod!


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    Hey feller, just caught up with your updates. Good lines and stylised peices as usual, keep up the studies mate, they can only strengthen your skills.
    - Sketchbook - Society6 - Etsy
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    "am i going backwards?"
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    I really like the Greek warrior in #181.
    Everything is better with dinosaurs.

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    You are working like a machine,
    slow it down a bit, cause you will
    overheat things. Nice improvements tho,
    and your pencils are shaping up real smoothly.

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    Naidy - thanks heaps. your right, studies are boss. Im going to devote majority of my time to them. =D
    Velocity Kendall - aw thanks man, always there to pick me up
    Brandon Pilcher - thanks man, i like it too
    LtPlissken - yeah i should slow down ey. Sometimes u think theres not enough time, yno? ill definately take that onboard. thanks mate.

    - - ill be looking thru ur updates after dinner!! look out for me..... - -

    I had fun drawing, some very quick sketches, not worring about anything, just drawing. I found it quite enjoyable....from now on im just going to go for it. Expect to see alot more full figure poses, renderings, broad subjects (as i have lacked that for along, long, time) and also hopefully different mediums..you have all inspired me so much, whether its me looking through your sketchbook threads, or seeing a nice comment or crit on my own. No matter what, it keeps me going knowing that people are looking at my work, and that hundreds (or thousands) are climbing the same mountain. Just wanted to thank everyone for helping me out. that's all.

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    You 've got very nice lines in your ink work,
    watch out some proportions in your studies, don't be afraid to take some more time drawing them, studies are meant to each you stuff, taking some time often reveals stuff you do not see when rushing them.

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    Yes, I am watching all the time.
    Now you cannot get rid of me, I will
    haunt you and your art through the dark
    winter nights *evil grin*
    Interesting approach to dynamic
    figure drawing. Like it.

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    Hey Thanks for dropping by my page, uploaded a wack load more right after you commented, but thanks anyways!! You have some really cool stuff in your sketchbook, good job on all these studies, keep them up!!!

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    I really like the stylization that is going on here. Some of this stuff would make great tattoos!

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    love the style you have and the nice lines... keep climbing the mountain man hopefully some day we can make it to the top, your figures are looking nice keep an eye out for proportions and jacobanderson is right these would be sick tattoos

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    hey, you have some really good stuffs here, keep moving dude!

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    wow! Great stuff. Really unique style.
    My sketchbook

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    "This is a paint and pixel-splattered furnace that forges the swords of artistic mastery. This is a place where swarthy and belligerent dwarves drink turpentine mead, berate their apprentices and slap the trade into their skulls. It's where the anvils are made of graphite, the hammers are as true as rectangular marquee selections and the fires burn with the light of a thousand lensflares." --Jason Rainville

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    Feil Magnus thanks mate! you are correct. today i tried taking my time (with the hand studies mostly) and its been working. im still working on slowing down , but yeah =D thanks for ur crit.
    LtPlissken haha as if i would want to get rid of you! thx for posting. and ur quite the poet.
    JustinBeckett thanks man, yeah i saw the massive update. holy shit =p thx for posting sir.
    jacobanderson thanks man, haha funny enuf i was considering learning tattooing as a hobby. i wouldnt mind getting one of my drawings tattoo'd. would that be weird putting ur own art on urself?
    prsnsweeney thanks man, yes i will see you on top of the mountain for sure buddy. yeah proporions, my mortal enemy. i will look out for it. thanks mate.
    gunsbins thanks 4 ur support! thx 4 posting
    wooden mango thanks wooden mango! cool name btw dude

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    damn bro... you've been way busy i'm already seeing a lot of improvements :3

    keep working the ink and graphite bud!
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    teapo Thanks teapo! i will not to worry havent seen your thread in awile man ill be sure to come by soon, right now i gota go to bed tho. peace/

    Junk for today!

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    I know I've said it before, but that line work of yours is delicious.
    Love the hand drawings you're doing too- they're fun, aren't they?

    Anyways, keep up the good work, mate.
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    oh, thanks naidy. ur making me blush XD
    yes, i never realised how fun hands are. so enjoyable.
    thanks again for coming to my sketchbook

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    very distinctive style you got there. I like it. Nice life studies too.

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    Just looking through this page you can see improvement with the pencil!
    But man your marker stuff is just so crisp! and some of the stylings are great!
    Keep it up!
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    You have some nice stuff going on here, keep studying and drawing! I would suggest messing around with some color.

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    You are studying your ass off!
    I see some loomis and hogarth studies in there, I learned a lot from
    studying them and still do. I think they are the two best people to
    quickly get a grasp on things and make strong progress.

    My one suggestion is to always try to apply something you found in a study
    to your own personal work. The knowledge will take hold that much faster
    when you see it applied by a master and then apply it yourself to something
    you create. Keep it comin

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    PLeon thanks for your support sir
    Just Call Me Bruce! thanks man! i try my best ! (or do i) =p thanks for looking
    NiaLain thankyou! colour? good idea! i will do just that. thankyou
    Aveh thanks man. yeah they are very good. i like drawing from them very much, they truely are masters ay. Thanks for the crit...so i shud apply my knowledge of the studies to my own work. sounds good man ill do that. thanks for help.

    - - thankyou everyone for your crits and support. love u all --

    -some loomis stuff, and other random things today

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    great studies! You've motivated me to pick up my pencil again ! :p Thanks a lot for the motivation !
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    Quote Originally Posted by TomDeVis View Post
    great studies! You've motivated me to pick up my pencil again ! :p Thanks a lot for the motivation !
    your welcome dude!! thanks for looking!

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    Velocity Kendall thanks man, i hope im improving xd. thanks again man for cheking my shit out!

    I just wanted to share some quick stuff with you...
    Im currently in this digital art course (1st year in a 3 year course) and its pretty much heavily video-game orientated. Im struggling with it because all i want to do is draw, and paint to improve as an artist. So im considering transfering to Fine-arts ( that's if i can) do you think that would be a good option? I wish to draw tonnes, and unfortunately my course is not the right one for that. I also want to study artists and do life drawing, etc....so i think fine arts is perfect for me. what do you guys think? thanks in advance!

    - - some random shit today, some studies from giovanni civardi also. --

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