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    New guy on the block

    New here, and lookin' for some critiques and what not. So here be my awful creations.
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    Thanks. Here's anuddah fo' yo' bruddah.
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    I really like the line work! can't wait to see more!
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    Boop.

    T'was done for a drawing jam thingy.
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    Your lines are really sharp! a very good way to start a sketchbook
    And the coloring is pretty neat too

    No critique from me hehe

    ps: I like that Sups is channeling his inner Gambit
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    Thanks e-nat.

    Yep! Linework is definitely my forte. Not much of a colorist though.

    I love Gambit, and so does my Superman. In a non-gay way of course...
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    HOLY JESUS THIS WAS CHALLENGING.

    Not difficult. Challenging.
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    Warming down for the night.
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    More speed practice.
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    For a drawing jam at .
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    hey

    nice start. i see you have worked on your finishing and you have some nice - composite images - however you seem to be jumping the gun.

    some of your figures anatomy (especially when receding in perspective) are a little off. the main problem i have is with super man - his right (our left) limbs are much smaller, which makes him look as if hes leaning away - despite hes parallel pith the picture frame. also his knee is bent so its side on which wouldnt be possible without it being dislocated.
    you might want to revise how the arms attatch to the torso - as now he looks a bit of a mr potatohead. see how much higher the pectoral muscle is and make sure the the bicep joins under the pec (which you do have-however it just looks like a muscly mess.)
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    the other image with the two on a horse is quite nice, you definatly are aware overall - just a few extra little attentions to detail will show, also hyper extending the back of a character like superman will make him look much more powerfull.

    with more figure drawing and anatomy youll be doing well.

    keep it up.
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    Thanks. I didn't notice that before about the Superman pic. I'll just have to improve.

    Here is just a quick t shirt design doodle done for a contest.
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