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    Thanks Aragah !
    Thanks Rotor and yeah i should watch out for those details,they are important
    Thanks matty_mcmullen !

    i startet a new picture,it will be for the 18th birthday of my cousin and she really likes dragons
    so i want her and a big guardian dragon on a very high format picture and i also try to get more used to start in grey scale
    i need to work on my workflow
    sometimes a cigar is just a cigar

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    Dammmmnnnnn. Your enviroments and rendering skills are awesome! I feel as though I don't have the right to say this cause your skills are great but your characters are a tad weak compared to your ball breaking enviros. (The space ship nearly rendered me sterile). The poses and the general shapes lack appeal and life.

    look up lines of action and some stuff from animators about character, shapes, and rythme, force and straight against curves ( lots of terminologies I know but they will really help). Do life drawing alot and apply the stuff from animators to them. And if you can look up "force" dynamic drawing for animators, this is great for getting life and energy into characters. You don't have to know animation just some of the rules they apply to character and the sense of motion.

    Hope this Helps!

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    Thank you bobmeatbag
    you´re right
    so i startet after reading your comment
    here is the result for today,studies from photos,comics,movies and some from imagination
    most of them analog,i hate my creepy lines-but hopefully they will get better with time
    sometimes a cigar is just a cigar

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    really kool work you have man! Your paintings are mind blowing! I also like the looseness to your line quality. keep it up!
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    thanks yogeshj25!!!!
    here a little update.these picture are for the north pole contest
    i`m still in the thinking process and not sure how to proceed exactly
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    next step
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    Nice, glad to see the tip helped some. Your drawings have more energy now. The thing I would suggest though would be to use a more confident line. Some of the lines that you have for the drawings are sketchy, like you drew a series of lines instead of one smooth continuous line. I think you already know this but most pros and masters draw with their arm, this forces you to use more confident lines because your arm is alot less restricted than your wrist. Also try to start looking for shapes within a figure. Try to look for shapes in everything. This doesn't mean to look specifecally for squares and blocks. It helps alot to makes things look more 3d and constructive which is important, but looking for shapes helps with rythme and appeal.

    http://posetopose.files.wordpress.co...r_animator.gif

    http://www.artisticanatomyblog.com/w...i-force-04.jpg

    http://www.artisticanatomyblog.com/w...i-force-01.jpg

    As you can see from these drawings ("force dynamics book), the shapes aren't just boxes and circles but ovals and bean and sausage shapes. The muscles automatically form shapes and from these shapes you create straight against curves which in turn create rythme. This added with lines of action and directional force will add lots of appeal and strength to your character.

    Here are some more stuff that should help:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmiwGm32dXU

    These have only preview clips but search through them if you want. There are some things that should help out.

    http://www.drawingforce.com/index.cf...fm?startrow=31

    Search up some stuff from preston blair on google images for gesture or figure drawing. It'll help alot as well. Also keep in mind to "push" poses. If a guys hip is leaning out you can exaggerate it to create a more dynamic pose.

    Anyways great enviros as usual. I'm envious, if you can bring your characters up to the level of your enviros you'll be awesome! Well...Even more awesome cause your already pretty awesome right now!

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    incredible much THANK YOU to you bobmeatbag!!!!

    your tips are really helpfull because i often ignore my drawing issues.
    i watched all the links you gave me and at the moment I´m really motivated to study,so i did 100 poses this morning an some faces from imagination yesterday evening (while watching leathal weapon 2)
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    Woooow! the hard work...it's too much! Gah!

    Hey glad I could help, your enviros are crazy so it's only fair that your characters should be as well. Wish I could help out more but your already better than me so whoop.

    Can't wait to see more updates.

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    you have got a great skills in using colors for creating unique environment moods keep making those things

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    thanks @ bobmeatbag: you helped me alot man!thank you x 100
    thanks @ bdouah:thank you for the motivation

    i build the picture for the new worlds contest again,now with a 3d base mesh to get the right perspective and i did some scribbles for the buildings which are build on the cliffs of ice
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    looking nice!

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    thanks @ bobmeatbag
    ok here is the end result,
    i`m not happy with that,the contest at ends yesterday and i wasn`t able to spend more time on that piece but i still like the idea so i should rework the hole one again with a complete different perspective.
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    I´m now keep on working at the birthday present for my cousin,
    it should be a dragon,as i startet on 14th dec.
    here are 2 variations and i think i like the green one the most
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    yeah!!
    i`m total happy with this progress,a lot of fun working on it
    after i tried lots of technics with line drawing i went back to my "startwithsomecoloursanddifferentbrushesuntilyouse esomethinginteresting" technic and it worked very well for me
    sometimes a cigar is just a cigar

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