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    Jens' Sketchbook

    Hi,
    my name is Jens, I'm 17 years old guy from Norway and I'm currently taking Media and Communication classes in High School.

    In the past few years I have grown an interest for 3D art (3D game art to be exact).
    Now I'm setting foot into 2D in order to get the understanding of form, color and anatomy that I need before I can carry on over to digital sculpting.

    Constructive criticism is incredibly welcome!
    I plan to update regularly- weekly at least.

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    nice work jens .. love metal gear sketch

    keep it up

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    Very nice start Jens, I expect you to be at my level by christmas

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    ayoub66: Many thanks. Yeah, can't go wrong with Snake.

    Detlef: Heh thanks, sounds pretty unrealistic but I'll do my best.


    Loomis' Drawing the Head & Hands doesn't really go very in-depth on how to draw the mouth, eyes and especially the nose. So I would be forever grateful if someone could link me to some guides or tutorials on the subjects.

    More head studies.

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    Guy or gal oh so fine
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    great studies jens, keep at it!

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    Aye having a strong 2D foundation is the key for 3d art. Thought I'd drop some 3d sites, plenty o' nice work on them and tuts.

    http://www.gameartisans.org/forums/index.php
    http://boards.polycount.net/
    http://www..com

    Keep up the practicing.

    "Masks...You have...a lot. You, too...Will you be...a mask salesman?"
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    ^_^: Cool. Thanks.

    No school this week thanks to winter vacation, which means more time for practice (and faffing around in my bathrobe).
    I think understand the general proportions of the human head now so I decided try drawing some noses.
    Constructive crit and any helpful links on how to draw and understand noses is welcome.

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    Finally you can understand the nose Jens. I am so proud

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    Nice work!

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    Good work Jens!

    It'd be a good idea to use a bunch of different photo references and draw a lot of different noses. I'm sure you already thought of that though.

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    Many thanks for the motivation

    I've been quite busy with schoolwork and mindlessly browsing the internet the past two weeks, so much for "updating weekly"

    Anyways, here are a few more noses followed up by a bunch of mouths.
    Feedback is welcome as always.

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    Those mouths look very good. Like VERY good.

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    Many thanks, Fiskepudding.

    ZBrushing- two mouth studies + a dog with an eyepatch smoking a cigarette.
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