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    You have a lot of really nice pencil work, and your values and colors are great. Nice job on those.

    I have noticed that you're tending to make legs... especially women's legs... a bit too stocky or short.

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    It's not that you shouldn't draw short or stocky legs sometimes; it's just that these don't seem to relate to the rest of the proportions. They would go ok on a stockier frame, but look out of place on the thinner framed women. Make sense?

    Anywho... the pencils you do are very strong, and I'm hoping for more in your next update
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    sweet sketchbook, solid rendering and great characters. These chest studies are also quite impressive.

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    Love the bright blue on this guy. All of your studies and colours rock faces off.

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    I really like the way you render. Your color work is very nice. The pencils are great, too. The legs on your women are a bit too thick, though.
    Keep it up!

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    Delay: thanks, appreciated it

    asa: thank you asa ! and nice quote D:

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    p sage: thanks a lot, yeah, Now I see, made some leg studies \o, thanks for pointing it.

    Teundeboer: thanks! characters are so much fun

    BlightedArt: haha, that part was really nice to paint, thanks a lot!

    Reika: Thanks a lot Reika, yeah, now I see the weird legs, thanks for pointing it out, your sketchbook is awesome!

    soooo, people, I was sick, so the update is full of things I painted while my head exploded, lots of unfinished stuff.
    sooooooooo, I'm better now, gonna work harder than ever!

    Maybe this helps you guys with your studies:
    the desert/rocks photo study is 60% referenced, I find it very helpful to try to complete the photograph, creating a bigger canvas and trying to create your own parts of the environment.
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    i cant get enough of your work!

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    Great update mike, glad to hear your better i keep checking back through sketches to keep me going man cheers! keep it up

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    I love the movement in that last piece, really draws in the eye. Great work and keep it up!

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    Hey man, some pretty cool stuff in here. Only thing I would say is try and vary your influences a bit. Daniels style is kind of shining through (I am speaking from experience btw), so just try and keep an eye on that. Cool stuff nontheless!

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    Verehin: thanks a lot! I try

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    fudgeloaf: ahha thanks fudgeloaf, nice to hear that my sketches help at all (:

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    Mischeviouslittleelf: thaaanks! yeah, been checking his and wes stuff, mindblowing, thanks a lot for the advice! by the way, you're awesome

    hey!

    struggling mainly with movement/weight and balance stuff, been playing with pen, lots of fun.
    some dragon designs, more progress on stuff, blah, not much to say.
    hope y'all like it and critiques are very welcome!

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    nice dragons! nice girl! nice studies! you're on fire... just like the latest piece was just about to ask you if you've been checking out DanielC's work before I read Mischeviouslittleelf's comment.

    keep it up!

    *edit* went through your sb, tons of studies! you have very nice variation between soft and hard edges.. I especially like the hands in this one

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    and some of the other girlstudies a bit back. Could you please share a bit of your technique?

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    Flippin' awesome work man! I'm so jealous

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    those hands.....sigh.....need me so hand drawing skillz

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    DefiledVisions: thanks a lot! yeah, daniel C is awesome (:
    sure I can share my "technique" ahha, basically is just using a soft brush for rendering stuff and using smart sharpen on focus areas. but its very important to know where to use it, it's very easy to kind of get crazy with it.

    Ludic: thanks a lot man! (:

    kidult: thanks! hands are hard for me, so I study them quite a bit .-.


    hey people

    some stuff I did yesterday and today, been trying to work on my style and sketchbook pages, scanning them later, see ya!

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    That sand-fire-wizard-monk thing is fucking sweet. Nice job!

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    What an insperation boost! Lovely stuff in here man. Both your drawings and digitals are fucking ace! And you're working hard, I like that. I should do the same, *Lazy mode - on*. haha

    Keep up the great work!

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    Hi, Very good studies....and your observational work (ie: the statue and the nude above) are pretty tasty as well.

    Something to work on: Your original work sometimes looses proportion and form that your figure studies have. I find that very difficult myself!

    Btw...your pencil work is quite nice...you have a really nice touch there!!

    Keep 'em coming!

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    Holy crap CryptCrawler inspired piece is really nice.

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    nomnomnom! delicious stuff! you kickin ass man!
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    Awesome pencilsketches! The renders are wonderful aswell, that lighting!
    That nude woman study is great, gotten the skin to realism. Don't have any critique at the moment, just that about the legs which sage noted already. But you've taken care of that with studies!

    Keep it up!

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    my entry for the september golden boy! \o/
    replies soon, with new stuff !

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    So great anatomy and bodypainting! Keep it up)

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    Great studies man! You're putting in the work and it's showing!

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    I digging your awesome skins tones studies. When it comes to the eyes they, I feel they look a bit flat almost like decals.
    Make a sketchbook happy, feed it a tip to improve!

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    Ludic: thanks a lot Ludic! he's exactly that haha

    Esco: thanks man! ahah is very nice to hear that I inspire someone! doo it! \o

    Jephyr X: thanks! yeah I get that, thanks for the critique! I'm working more on that.

    Blenz: thanks a lot!

    wreck: WOOAH thank you! your sketchbook is awesome, I always try to chek the new updates!

    Zikes: thank you Zikes! yeah the leg thing is weird

    n1frit: thanks man!

    Jasper_ : thanks a lot Jasper! I love yoru stuff (can't say it enough) haha

    Pigeonkill: thanks , uuh gonna work on that!

    so heeey guys! finally got some life drawing thing going on, have some stuff to scan, like pose studies (been working on that quite a bit).
    I was testing some new stuff with this paintings, learned a lot, but don't know is I'm gonna try to finish them. OK, I was kind of tired of digital stuff ahha
    critiques are very welcome, really, \o/

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    ohshit, but seriously, what a colours! wow! studies as well, man, like ,shit!
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    great updates man!!! really love that statue study!!
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