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    Hi folks.
    Here is beginning of my work for one contest... theme - re-draw your old work)
    at the left side - my 2008`s year work=)
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    is it the contest on deviantart? Im participating too You have improved a lot in these 4 years by the look of it, even if it isn't finished.
    I love the girls on your post #152

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    Great work in here! I really like your enviros, and the cathedrals and buildings are great too!
    The very first image with the deer in the warm light is so beautiful, love that one!

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    Lagarto, yeap, it is)

    Greenhouse, thanx, i love this deer too)
    Thank you a lot, folks! =))

    proceeding with the girl...

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    You know, about what you said in ur #145 post, that you don't see any progress, I know for a fact that the road to mastery has flat stages on it's upward learning curve. Basically you'll find yourself in a point (not only when it comes to drawing, but even in games and other skills) in which you won't feel progress...at all. Trust me, IT'S still happening, just keep at it. Eventually willingness wil flow right back in.

    On a different note, I really really like the work you have done, especially human figure and faces. I have rough times struggling with head figure, female more than male (because male is easier for me due to its not so slim and delicate assets/curves). I think I'm improving slowly through time, and I'm hoping to see you improve aswell.

    Subscribed definitely.

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    Dave'sWarmInsides thank you very much for your kind words. In fact, this small contest helped me a lot to realise that i've learned smth through a years=)

    and here it is. final picture. I know, she has a lot of problems with anatomy etc, but i'm satisfied with the result.

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    small env study

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    Env sketch from imagination. For a personal game project.

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    this day's stuff. motion studies and a character sketch

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    Very vibrant studies

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    this day stuff. not too much -_-

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    You have some really nice studies here, and quite good original stuff going on, i'll keep an eye, keep posting!

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    wow... i just love your improvements. i'm really liking those figure studies

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    Cool torso studies!! be carefull thoug, you know that the body topography varies with movements, so these drawings i pressume were all from a guy throwing back his shoulders right? That view of the back torso is quite different from the one you see when shoulders are being pushed forward. keep an eye on that!! good job

    Do check my sb ;D. C&C is always welcome!

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    Dave'sWarmInsides, thank you a lot. I'm not quite sure i've understood you completely about this shoulders(

    kasblue, thank you. I'm very glad you see an improvement)

    Gpozzo, thanx, i'll try to proceed)

    this day stuf.
    Those anatomy studies - 2 min mostly, thanx to this site - http://artists.pixelovely.com/practi...igure-drawing/ - it's awesome and challenging.

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    Love this sketchbook.

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    Wow! Beautiful enviros! Love the smoothness of the brush strokes! Color and light are so fine! Good job with the body gestures and the owls!

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    hehe, what I meant was that you should keep an eye on forms. Forms change in the body depending on the movements you are executing. For example, a flexed arm will show a big biceps and an elongated triceps. With the back muscles situation, you can see that the topography (or forms on the surface) change when you throw your shoulders backward (scapulas closing in together, and having the trapezius sort of bulged up along with other stuff) or when you throw them forward (separating the scapulas and letting the spine protrude).

    Hope that was clearer Cya around!

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    Some nice stuff. I like to see the difference between the 2008 drawing and now.
    Kep it up!

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    Thanx folks!

    Some finished stuff&sketches (on of them made "from life" - Skyrim landscape, muahaha!=)))

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    Nice sketchbook I like the color in this last post and I freaking love those owl sketches

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    JBogart Thank you.
    It's really amazing feeling that different people choose absolutely different pieces among your works like their favorites.


    beginning of one strange idea, quick sketch:

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    last studies...

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    Daily portrait

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    I love your landscapes. And this last portrait is great! Especially the eyes. maybe the beard could use a bit more semi-defined strokes (there is too much blurryness that looks lika a big beard too close to the throat, while normally the biggest part is more at the front)
    The other portrait is great aswell.

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    really sharp and beautiful portraits. love the brushwork. the way you paint curves is so inspiring. lovely.

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    Thanx guys! I very appreciate your words&critics.

    this day studies:

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    thanx)

    last stuff:...

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