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    Minor update working on linework and made a little happy larva baby

    --Ltn thnx man sorry to hear about your eye Hope u will be alright

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    Nice to see you still practicing away and keeping up with the studies. Remember to hit up the pencil work and draw from life it will really help your digital work in the long run. Keeping having fun and progressing. Keep working hard and you will keep getting better.

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    ωραιος ο παιχτης! Εχεις κανει μελετη και φαινεται!

    Just a little reminder, prefer to use a smaller brush while drawing in order to define more your sketches! With a larger brush is pretty easy to hide a possible mistake since you are always saying to yourself "oh.. the eye is kinda this, the nose is kinda that, the blah blah is kinda that" etc etc. Forget the word "kind of" in the line art, at least for now. Define moar..!

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    Shitty update
    Really busy these days with school projects and stuff, i dont really had any time to put a sketch and today that i did i reminded how much i SUCK!ohhh boy hell of a work awaits me :/

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    you improving clearly man great works on the hands

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    Had some time to draw 2day

    tj0ri thnx a lot man glad to hear that but still i suck badly, so lets get better

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    you don`t suck man! just keep practising and you will see but i know what you mean i also hate everything i draw good work with the head constructions man!!!

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    Update Practising values from my mind the demon dude took about 1.39-2 hours i could work more on it but i call it ok for my purposes

    tj0ri:Thank u so much dude

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    had some time to draw today and focused on gesture practise

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    That's really good sketchbook, buddy you talented.
    You need more time to see your star shine near the moon.
    Just keep it up do daily practicing .

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    ‎1hr design challence Topic : Sky Turtle

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    The lazy times being right behind you, no more time wasting,
    you’ve jumped right from the frying pan to the cold water, delivering
    new studies, which can frost even a brainiac Santa’s mind. Hopping
    from stone to stone, and from wood to ore, you achieved your newly
    pursued goal. Sky Turtle on the brims of universal understanding, now
    a newly born child can experience your true thrive. A big village
    and population is being hosted on the back of this giant Turtle, it’s
    more than fascinating. Steven Seagall sitting mindlessly in the corner
    of the underground gay bar, surprised mermaids all around, I feel
    the end of indulged butterfly once again. Pretty powerful deliverance
    from your side of existence. Keep continuing to work in this creative
    and effective fashion, you are a rare very worthy kind.


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    cool turtle. reminds me of the discworld novels. Try to sketch in 3/4 view it would look more interesting than a side view.

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    Sketching before bed

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    crapy update.Need more work too tired to go on 4 today

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    Ahoy, mate. I would recommend practicin' drawin' basic shapes and forms as a warm up t' gettin' into more complicated drawin's. It helps tons and I noticed that some o' yours be turnin' out a little wonky. Vilppu has some good exercises.

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    Always think about the light source when you paint, and
    think about shapes as boxes and spheres. The head is a lesser
    sphere, and the helmet should be a bigger sphere. You render
    and put your values down, in direct relation with the light source.
    Also think about the light source, is it artificial or natural, is it
    above or below the helmet. Maybe there is more than one light
    sources. Let’s take an example. If the only thing that puts light
    on this pretty fellow, is the sun above, then think about the reflection
    of the helmet and think about the shadows that it will cast on the face.
    Below the chin will be very dark, opposite from the helmet’s shiny
    reflecting top. His nose is too wide inbetween the eyes. Try not to
    force those arrows in the picture, they are too small compared to
    his head size. Test things in small thumbnails. If it looks wrong
    in small, it will surely look wrong in big also. Now take some
    brushes and pencils and continue your artistic mayhem.
    Don’t give up and think positive.


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    swamp creature design for 1 hour design challenge
    Running into trouble with construction can anyone suggest any good studies on plasticity ,construction etc ??


    Ltnt many thanx yes the goddess of artistic mayhem must be served through studies and studies this i shall

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    work on those studies work till your nails bleed with enjoyment hahahaha and also wingal said something very important that is to always start with BASIC shapes you cant get right into the goodies thats not how thi works hahaha, you have to grind your way up there keep it up and i hope you get more time for your drawing stuffs

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    Crazy lizard Do studies on animal anatomy to design better creatures. Also, like lionheart said, focus on the basic shapes.

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    I have to echo what the others are saying about the basic shapes, I would suggest your hands on small boxes, toy cars, or model kits and do a lot life drawing of them!

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    thnx guys will take heed from your advices
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    The elephant guy with a hammer is hammering it real kind.
    Good values on this other creature beside him, you have
    improved again a bit.


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    ltn thank u very much its encouraging to hear that

    some skulls and some mad doodling

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    marry christmas man good to see you studying bones i have to do that too i see alot of improvement in these last updates keep going man

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    improvement is occurring! the gesture studies look cool. keep up, i'll be checking back : )

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    Very nice studies, and your overall work looks to be improving greatly, keep up the good work mate.

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