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    hey, nice SB, i dig your inking style and your watercolour pieces, nice


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    Ashess: You did. It's pinched between my last two posts.

    Here's some doodles, nothing major. I've fallen off the drawing wagon a bit, recently.

    "Cemong" is a dog name. It means "smudgy faced". XD
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    Quote Originally Posted by habrok View Post
    Ashess: I've fallen off the drawing wagon a bit, recently.
    me too. and now I caught the bug again its way past bed time. bah I really love your crosshatching.
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    Man, your animals are always awesome!

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    absolutely beautiful work here, mate! Lots of creativity and fantastic style! Keep at em coming for sure

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    nice study.. specially pen and still life..good luck!!

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    Awesome sketches, I love your line-quality.

    "I've fallen off the drawing wagon a bit, recently."

    Why? What happened?
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    Thanks, guys.

    Flashback: Nothing specific. I just struggle with my drawing mojo a lot lately.

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    Great SB, lovely pencilwork and a beautiful turkey! Don't struggle just draw more turkeys or perhaps a cheetah even!

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    Excellent Moleskine stuff. I love your crosshatchings. And the lion with tbe balloons is great on the first page. Really enjoy the book cover stuff to man, keep it up.

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    hey habrok! you have a mojo -jojo too? haha!
    but, you seem to be doing well enough. the red ink thing is a bit dark but that might just be the scan.
    id give you more direction if I could; sorry bro!
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    ashess: The red thing is gouache lifted off of gesso. It's definitely a bit dark. I can't find any gesso here that isn't gritty. Maybe it's matte or something? The gouache doesn't really lift off, or the gesso stains or something. I used the same tech for the lion back on page 1 or 2, using a more latex-y gesso and it lifted off way better and also held sharper/finer texture grooves. Not only does this gritty stuff hold the color, it also kind of 'melts' all the grooves get really soft unless you make them chunky. I don't like it.

    pixel cheetah: Thanks. : ) I am attempting to struggle through the struggles!


    A quick sketch of one of my high school illustration clubbers to show them the more forgiving nature + less work of drawing with a bigger point than that of a mechanical pencil. And then they go "Oh. Ok." and go back to their tiny little leads and writing grip.

    The other two are older; a face referenced from a korean music video, and some noodling. I guess I could have cropped out "do not draw here" but I think it's kind of funny. I have wrecked so much stuff in sketchbooks that I wanted to save by forgetting and going all markers on the back of it.

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    Heyy thanks for the kind words on my sb! Hows it goin?
    Yeah i too have not been drawing much lately... hope we both get some inspiration soon.

    THIS1 THIS2 and THIS3 stood out to in the recent updates.

    I really like your linework overall and would love to see more!.

    -keep drawing!

    btw- what happened to our ssg? did we all kinda stop or is it just me... haven't checked in with you guys in a while ... maybe my skype is lagging with the chat.

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    Sporus: Not sure what happened to the group. I think some people have been caught up in end of semester stuff or other RL time constraints. And I've been having internet issues, as I am somehow internet-cursed.


    A Balinese dancer I got bored of. It came out more cartoony than I wanted, so I don't feel like committing to all the fussy costume details.

    And a couple pages of scribbles since I love seeing other people's.

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