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    thanks for looking at my SB bud. You've got a really great style and I definitely see progress. The facial work especially the head next to the ear has such a great sketchy and loose quality to it

    Keep varying the line quality (which you are already starting to do). When you do choose to do the heavy more graphic lines especially on the outline you run the risk of flattening the image. But since you are starting to add value more it shouldn't be too big of a deal.

    Also the anatomy of that horse is a little off. the raised leg looks a little odd and the torso doesn't usually taper to the back leg as much. This book is great for animal anatomy if you're interested. (I'm pretty sure this was the site i got it from, but not sure)

    http://www.4shared.com/document/E68m...atomy_For.html
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    yo yo, every time i check in its slicker, looser, nicer

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    Real nice lines in some of your more abstract pieces. I'd love to see that carried into your other works a bit more, it's fantastic.

    Anyways, some really good stuff, no crits I'm afraid, just keep up the good work. C:
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    Umbravita - yea i didnt really notice wen i drew it. but i can see it now. thanks

    Ghast - thanks for posting! yeah definately some do look flat. ill keep that in mind wen im drawing, thankyou. thanks for the crit on the horse, too....i dont think ive ever been into drawing animals, but i may give it a shot. and thanks for the link!

    Velocity Kendall - thanks mate, i do it all for you

    Naidy - thanks for your post! im happy you like my lines...maybe i will carry over some of the abstract stuff across. oh and btw great sketchbook yourself!

    * some 30 sec poses junk, quick sketches...etc. i start university soon...not sure how that's going to effect my thread...but you got my guarantee ill work as hard as i can *

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    Don't let uni pry you away from your pencil too much!

    The face in the box in the bottommost picture - that is beautifully done, the one of the best renders I've seen from you so far. It seems a bit blurred in the area of the nose but it has such character. Your practice is definitely paying off!

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    Umbravita - haha yeah man i'll try my best. thanks for the crit! yeah im happy with that one too :p

    Some anatomy studies, and more eye sketch-thing. (sorry bout the quality on the anatomy studies)
    been looking at my drawings...and these are the things i think i need to improve on...

    - More looking at reference with shadows, instead of guessing.
    - Not ignoring details, or angles of certain poses. (sometimes i change it to make it easier)
    - more anatomy...
    -bit more variety in subject matter (more people from ref, animals, objects maybe, etc.)
    -more careful with line placement. less rushing too.
    - feel free to add to the list =) (theres plenty more, but this is a start i guess.)

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    Nice stile! Like your lines.

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    i like your gesture drawings, they have lots of movement.

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    MartinC - thanks mate!
    Sean McClain - thanks man, im happy i gave u a little inspiration eyy.
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    todays work. mite do more tonite. (please excuse tags on 1st page - its a habit)

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    Good work. Your shading is amazing. Noticed on the 4th page (the man wearing the tie) that he looks just a little strange. I think that the back of his head needs to be a bit more round, seems a bit too flat to me.

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    unstoppable progress; look howyouve come on already! the CA effect
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    angie101 - thanks angie. yer i noticed too, his face looks a bit warped also.
    Velocity Kendall - thanks bro! yeah its addicting ay

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    wild style i really like to see these kinds of works .
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    raminafshari - thanks mate i really appreciate your comment .

    practicing rendering...id just like to point out that i dont draw girls cause there difficult for me. wat i also struggle with, is subtle rendering, expecially in the face. i just dont know how to go about it. the face was a study, but i rendered it more stylised, cudent help it. if anyone has some suggestions id be happy to hear from you, and if not. im sure one day it'll click.
    - oh, and i avoid lips cause i dont know how to draw them. but dont worry, its on the list

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    jeez for someone who "doesn't know" how to draw lips, you sure draw them better then me. Females are pretty hard to draw, I'm sure you could draw females in your style - just females faces are curvy compared to the angular male faces that you've been drawing.

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