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    Interesting experiment.. what exactly is drawing with your other hand supposed to improve?

    My sketchbook - help me get better!
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    it seems to make me concentrate more because im not used it it, its kinda interesting tbh.

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    life drawing

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    Quick sketch before bed!

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    "new sketch, an evil woodland creature with grasping vines and tendrils! :p"

    For some reason the picture wont show when I attach it

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    Thanks for checking out my sketchbook. There is some nice work in here. Your work is really good when you paint something simple like the one above.

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    I want to go there and hang out.
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    thanks, yeah I'm simple I do better when there's less going on :p for now anyways.

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    Your lines look so clean! Great sketches and I like your color studies, love to see more.


    Crits and Comments are welcome.

    Sorry for my broken English, I'm working on it!
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    Cheers, I love clean lines there's something so beautiful about them! Finally manged to get the pic I did the other day to come up, huzaar!

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    Incredible work!

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    Hey guys! It's been a short while since my last post so heres a sketch I did earlier to kick off my regular(ish) posts!

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    Here is a littel poster thing I made today! please tell me what you think it could desperately improve on!

    urrrgh, why when I post this Image does the colour go all horrible?!

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    Another sketch'a'roo

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    A beast of the night!

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    A little enviromento!

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    I feel like its missing something so anysuggestions would be greatly appreciated!!

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    you got some great pencils drawings in here, your digital work is improving too so your doing great.
    I feel too there is something missing in your last enviroment, you created a good debt in it but mayby put some color (grass, or something els) in the front.

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    pencil work is great how to you manage to get so clean and confident lines man?anyways post 18 is awesome love the cartoony character youre drawings have

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    Your poster design and creature of the night really stand out as pieces that you've made a lot of development in. I suggest sitting down and thinking about the parts of your art that you like and dont like, then takes steps to improve them. Eg im currently studying anatomy and that will effect everything i draw.

    Your colour work is great, and your work with lines and tones are getting there, you've got at eye for it i think you just need to paint more often. And lets see some more traditional work too. Hope this helps.

    Oh also this is a great book, Michal Hamptons - Life drawing design and invention.

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    You have some cool going on in here Just keep up the studies in anatomy, landscapes and still lifes so it will improve the quality of you own personal work to!

    Keep it up buddy ! doing great

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    Hey guy's! I'm now spending longer per a piece I'm working on at a time, which I think was where I was going wrong before. Here is a study from a photo I recently did.

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    Its been a while here are some of the Bargue studies I have been doing lately, I apologise for the quality on a couple they were too big to scan so a photo had to do.

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    Nice studies here!!

    You have a good control of your pencil values.

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    Just curious - why did you delete your question off the Art Discussion thread today? It was a perfectly good question.

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    Oh, because I saw someone else had asked a similarish question which I hadn't seen before I made the post. so I thought I would delete it. Although I still haven't found an answer to my question spite what I've read in response to the other guy. Don't suppose you have any suggestions in regards to my question? (I have also just noticed that people did respond to my question even after I removed, which was awesome!)

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    great sb man! love your style

    Sketchbook

    my subconscious does not stop begging my conscious to draw.
    hmm does that mean im a slave to my subconscious?
    at least it doesnt beg for crack. ha.
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    Some more studies, starting to do colour studies also now.

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    A life drawing I did earlier. I always get disheartened when I scan in the image, It never looks like it does on paper.

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    Its been a while since I've made a post so here is a load of random stuff I have been doing!!

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    Some work for my final year film project.

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