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    great studies! overall good form and colors, keep pushing out work!

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    Rendering getting pretty good, like in this one

    Watch the size of the triceps, though (compare the left to the right).

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    Black Spot: I feel ya on the not impressing people bit. I think I've pretty much gotten passed that at this point, which is why I've persisted in using charcoal with and underhand grip. Also, not too certain on what you mean about thinking too much with the muscles?

    Chomp'in: Thanks for stopping by

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    p sage: Thanks again, I worked on the triceps some.

    Here's some still lifes and a photo study. I have more, but none worth posting.

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    Love the still lives, especially the acorn one.


    I didn't think it was possible to be called an artist when you have nothing to say. It's like being a writer who publishes individual words as books and expects to be praised for it.
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    Hey dude! awesome development through your sketchbook! I jump a few pages but the leveling up is evident! nothing but ass pats for me! keep it up.

    If I happen to comment on your sketchbook, please don't feel obliged to comment on mine. use that time instead to get back to work.

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    Your studies are amazing... I was wondering, how do you get your colors for your studies? Do you mix them with the primary colors, or eyeball them and lay them down? I'm trying to get better at getting the right colors for the job and am having a bit of trouble doing that. If you could stop by my sketchbook and give me some pointers that would be ace!

    I honestly have nothing to critique here. Keep up the good work!

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    wow dude. I'm glad I stopped by the sb again. crazy growth! really inspiring. good work!

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    Impressive life studies! Keep up the good work =)

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    Nice work man, good job on the studies I would trying playing with the surface textures / materials a bit more

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    Love all the studies. Looking totally awesome.

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    your digital work is so *juicy*, the colours/form etc! You nailed the colours on that female nude (the greens in the shadows etc).

    You seem to be the opposite of me, quite light handed in your pencil work concentrating more on where things need to be (which is generally good). Would be great to see more contrast in your pencil (get your 7b out). Total suggestion that I'm curious to see the results

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    That apple is actually a very nice piece... it's not an illustration; it's a good swing at a volumetric representation of an apple, in a fine-art sense.

    And who doesn't enjoy a nice lady ass... er... back

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    Black Spot: Thank you...that's one of my favorites too although I think the background is too saturated and I don't like the stem.

    luthertaylor: Thanks, man!

    Mr. Ebony: Thanks for stopping by! I'll try my best to answer your question in your sketchbook.

    CONtra: Thank you!

    erdbeerfeldheld: Thanks!

    Ian Barker: Thanks for the suggestion. I've started playing around with them a little here and there, but I'll work on it some more.

    Hayden_Zammit: Thank you for the props!

    KateyParr: Thank you and yes you are right about the pencil work. I was using regular art pencils last year (I use a 0.5 mechanical draft pencil with 2H lead), but my work looked so messy and smeared too easily. However, I should probably just bite the bullet and use a paper napkin.

    p sage: Thank you. That's nice to hear as I've really been trying to think back on how I used to paint with acrylic years ago. I've even gone so far as to use a brush with no opacity and just layering the colors to get a decent gradation.

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    Time to update...been a while, but I'm still drawing everyday, although I have slacked off a little the past couple of weeks. I work in a group home for the developmentally disabled and one of our individuals died (he was young) and it took us all by surprise. I usually have quite a bit of time to draw at work, but with this and some other challenges I'm experiencing right now, I just haven't been as motivated. But, I'm getting back into the groove of things.

    Anyways, here's a bit of an art dump from my sketch and two digital works.

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    Looks good! Lovely update and I don't think your work really suffers without the contrast at all. You're clearly comfortable with what your using and it shows. I love how much detail you manage to put in and that's great.
    I can't draw ANYTHING with a mechanical pencil so I'm pretty mind blown how u manage this.

    The 'acrylic way of thinking' that you talked about clearly worked - I guess that's why the paintings turned out so vibrant and full of colour- good job

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    lookin good, i like the anatomy studies. and... that's one lucky devil lol

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    KateyParr: Thanks again. It does take a long time with the mechanical pencil and the artists who I like the most (like Alex Ross, Wesley Burt, etc) all seem to be using regular art pencils to get such broad strokes with their shading.

    J.Zhang: You know it Thanks, man.

    Also, some more art. I really wasn't going to post these unfinished still life's I did in the past few months because I didn't like how they were turning out, so I quit on them. But, I spent time on them so I'm gonna post them anyway . Critiques are welcome.

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    Recent studies have been so BOSS. I think I love you.

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    Great life studies again! The only suggestion I can think of right now is that you could do some studies in natural light too.

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    The life studies are really nice, and the soft colors on your nude model are brilliant. Really communicates the idea of soft skin, which is a hard thing to do I find.

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    I like the still lives but each object lacks individual texture - they all look plastic. Highlights are not always a blurry blob. I see this a lot with digital, when your pencils are quite different.


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    Hey bishop you mega troll you! lol great updates man!! thanks for your comments on my sketchbook. I'm actually using an anatomy book called atlas of the human body by stephen rogers peck.
    It is incredibly thorough. and I sit and drone sketches from it every so often.

    I have to agree with Black Spot in her latest comment but I have to say in your defence also that not everyone does a study to finish in high detail. I for instance have a big tendency to do a study and bounce when I have achieved what I set out to capture/learn, so the majority of my stuff are rough! keep at it dude! looking forward to more.

    If I happen to comment on your sketchbook, please don't feel obliged to comment on mine. use that time instead to get back to work.

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    this is a really sweet gallery! damn those studies are inspiring.

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    #315 - Such a good post; I see major improvements in your imaginative drawings from your earlier posts.

    #318 - That apple came out kinda weird, it looks squashed and it doesn't have the big pit at the top that most apples(if not all apples) do. Otherwise pretty nice studies.

    Also, I gotta disagree with Black Spot; with the exception of maybe the fruit, I think you're doing a quite decent job distinguishing your textures, and you haven't even completely refined most of them.

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    wow , this one sketchbook you just get lost in - been going over it from page one ! great improvment, your skintones are so alive.

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    I think it's safe to say you're improving. Post #305 is amazing

    Don't let anything slow you down!

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    Wow, wonderful improvement I must say. Love your still life studies. Interesting is that your progress is most visible in you self portraits, and it's about time for one of those eh?

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    great studies, awesome skin tones, very inspiring

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    Amazing sketchbook! I have the same hope to return to school someday to take art classes after I've graduated, so good luck to you! You seem to have learned so much about anatomy, skin tones, and colors since the first page! It all looks great. I would agree with black spot though in that adding some texture to your digital works might make them more interesting.

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