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    Very good stuff. The anatomy studies are really paying off. The hips are sometimes a little wide and the heads are a few times small, but it's minor stuff that you'll solve it if you keep practicing as you have been. The poses are very wild (that's a compliment).
    Also good job in the digital painting department.
    Btw, you're your own model? No wonder why this drawings look so good, if you ever are visiting Argentina and need a male model...


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    Thank you so much Yeah, hips are kinda my weakness at this moment, but I'll be working more on it soon, and now I've started paying more attention to proportions as well. Yes I am XD sometimes I can't find the pose that I want, so I end up taking some photos of myself. And about the male model, I'll keep this in mind XD Thanks again.
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    Finally got enough courage to watch Harry Potter DH pt2, cried my heart out (yeah, lam I know, but what can I do if the HP books were "my escape" when I was younger?) did few sketchy-portraits, figured out some parts were wrong, so I studied the head proportions.
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    Still not able to do much, with my uncle at the hospital, I'm worried like, 100% of the time So there you go a Sorcerer-something-else and a really lame environment doodle, done by using just an impasto brush on Painter.
    Please, check my SKETCHBOOKand leave feedback. I want to improve!
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    Good stuff ChisLu, sorry to hear about your uncle - best of luck for him.

    HP7 pt2 was great wasn't it? Those portraits are pretty good, i agree there are proportional errors and things but you've managed to capture their likeness really well.

    Keep it up!

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    Thank you very much Glaudarien.
    Yes, it was amazing, I cried my eyes out D: Yeah, I should've made the head studies first so they wouldn't look off, but I might be doing some new portraits soon, checking the proportions million times now.
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    Nice gestures there, you just need more confident when drawing your lines and keep it posting!

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    hey lukiza! Thanks for checking my sb, yeah, I've been practicing my lines, but I don't know why I keep messing them your SB is amazing, btw, I'm in love with your gestures.
    So, there ya go some stuff from the past 2 days (in time order):
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    Theres a site i use a lot for drawing with other users its, www.artgrounds.com you might like to try it.

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    Thanks lukiza, I'll be checking this site with more time tomorrow, my classes just re-started D:
    This is just something I started tonight, gotta love Sphynxes, they're way too cute.
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    You got some nice studies Chislu. So don't stop!

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    @wanderer: Thank you a lot I'll be uploading a lot more from now on.
    My uncle is finally out of the hospital, I feel relieved to see that he's feeling a bit better already.
    So, I finished the Sphynx study, about 3 hours and something, one brush and 2 layers.
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    this is a smashing study, more please
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    Hola!

    Hey just stopping by to show some respects! Great posts so far! Keep it up! I am also self teaching myself for now. Its all about dicipline and pushing yourself. Great digital works and your pencil studies are coming along really good! Keep posting!

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    @Velocity Kendall thanks a lot, I'll be doing more of those soon
    @Joe777k7 Hiya! Thank you a lot for stopping by my sketchbook, it's quite hard to get enough discipline when it's just about yourself in you own house XD Thank you a lot.

    Did some more studies, those are from yesterday and this afternoon, I wish I could've spent more time and doing more of them, but another semester in college just started....
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    That cat is awesome!
    Also, the figure studies are looking really good, it's a pitty that you are covering some of them. Maybe you can draw while listening to the teacher. I tend to that (it doesn't break your concentration, I think). You kind of say "this semester I'll only draw hands" or something like that, and by the end you have really improved without even noticing.

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