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    Bip0larRick's Sketchbook - Die Laziness!

    Hello fellow artists! My name is Ricky and this is my sketchbook. Please, please, please critique my work. I will try and return the favor! Painting is a passion of mine and I must get better!

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    Trying to figure out flesh tone

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    Character Thumbs

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    More sketches!

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    Maybe I'm not to judge but the perspective on the cola seems a little off. Try to set the horizon line at the bottle top. I'd also suggest to vary more between big and small brush : )

    Nice start! (y)

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    Thanks Mike! I KEPT trying to get the perspective right with the coke... I just couldn't get it. Ill try to change up my brushes too!

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    Weapon Design

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    Anatomy Study

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    Here are more recent works!

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    Here are more characters I have been working on!

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    looks good; I really like that mountain enviro.

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    Hi there Ricky, cool stuff you got here you know. I don't find myself competentive (for now) to give criticism on anything else here except for the weapons. So, the thing that caught my eye on the pistol is, kinda too much straight-lined design. Try avoiding such monotony in the future and let those lines go wild a bit, you know, in more directions rather than mainly horizontal.

    As for the other, I especially like the creature, or monster should I say, and the landscape...very good those. Anyway, hope I helped and, see you around...keep that pencil hot!
    WEAPONS > http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=205689

    PROPS >

    VEHICLES >

    AIRCRAFTS >

    ENVIRONMENTS >

    CREATURES >

    CHARACTERS >

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    Cool renvironments, the church and the mountains looks very professional, the rendering of the church materials is also very nice and even your costume design looks good, in my opinion your "weak" points lies somewere else, you should deepen your knowledge of anatomy and drapery so keep studying, there is a ton of good manuals out there, grab a couple and Keep drawing!
    Also, drawing people from life whenever you have the chance really helps in my experience!

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    Great stuff u have here. I agree with T_Marasà. U have to get out of your comfort zone and study the things u dont like or have been avoiding

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    T Marasa: Thank you! I have been trying hard to study the human body and even animals! Ive been trying to keep a sketchbook with me at all times!

    Mass87: Yeah... I feel like I pretty comfortable in some areas! I need to do more weapon designs and mechanical things!

    Here are more sketches I have been pumping out!
    3 are cartoony sketches for local bands and one is a Goya study
    Thanks guys!

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