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    Feed me some sauerkraut!

    Welcome to my Sketchbook.
    I decided to come back and start posting in my sketchbook again. I'll hopefully continue that. I do have problems being online and keeping stuff updated.

    Hopefully I manage to change that now.

    So here it goes again
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    Update!
    Three of these landscapes are only 20 min painting
    I've never done landscapes befor sorry for sucking so hard
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    Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook Zipfelzeus, you have some really great sketches in here, and your anatomy and lines are awesome.
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    Great sketches, especially your anatomy studies! I love the animals, too

    As far as the landscapes go, I would suggest using a custom brush for textures.

    Keep on the good work!
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    Great start! Really nice lines in those figure studies. I look forward to seeing more.
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    @Leo: No problem! Thy for also stopping by my sketchbook. I hope you're working hard man
    @Neviah: Some good texture brushes would be nice. If you have any idea where to get a good set, well that would be real helpful!
    @wooden mango: I'll try my best to keep the updates going

    Oh no! School starts tomorrow. My time to draw will decrease now. I'll try my hardest to use my time wisely as possible and draw as much as I can... still it isn't gonna be that much especially from monday to friday...

    I looked at a lot of sketchbooks lately. So many awesome people. Why you guys are sooo good? Getting my ass handed to me here XD
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    Sorry finally updating! No words needed..
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    awesome! on the right track. those studies are awesome. Only thing i can say for your paintings is start with a bigger brush and use the smaller brush only when needed. Maybe blend a bit more? for the purpose of the studies though, what you are doing is okay. Just for your more finished paintings, it can be easy to go right away to the small brushes. Just keep it going and you will improve so much in no time!
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    Update, now with more smelly stuff...
    Still having problems with blending colours
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    Really digging the work you're putting out. Keep doing what you're doing.

    I'm on a horse.
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    very nice start ,keep going!
    sehr guter anfang,immer schön weiter machen
    üben üben üben da geht nix drüber^^
    sometimes a cigar is just a cigar

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    @Tides: I'm feeling more like sitting on a donkey :/ Thanks for ya support man!!
    @htkpeh: I know; Ich weiß. Danke fürs vorbeischauen Ich versuche eigentlich auch immer immer in die Skizzenbücher meiner Kommentatoren zu schauen, sorry wenn ich das nicht gleich sofort mache^^

    Soo guyz, two very important and one not so important exams are coming up. F*CK, still try to draw but the main focus is on learning know which sucks.

    Anyway UPDATES
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