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    Thousand miles, one step at a time

    Been lurking around the site for a while and love what you guys do. With hard work i hope i can get closer to the quality on display, this is the journey so far.

    Beginner sketchbook so prepare for a wall of white. Sunglasses on? Ok go
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    A few older sketches from before i started practicing hope I resized them properly
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    these were from the same sketchpad but all photographic
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    Loomis heads, and i think the other head style was from Michael Hampton's book. The body construction ive been practicing certainly is.

    The lined book was one i used to take into work and draw in on my breaks so people wouldn't notice, sorry about that. I take a normal sketchbook now and deal with it
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    I really like the ones of photographic reference

    May I recommend using a darker pencil or perhaps editing the images slightly so your drawings stand out more? Right now, they're quite light to see in their fullness!
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    mostly constructs, a couple of photographic ones in there too

    For a fun game guess which! j/k not that hard
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    Thanks Meysha Yeah i realized that after i scanned them in. Tried to change up the settings to increase contrast but it didn't improve it very much. I might try using my camera instead of the scanner as an experiment for the next time i post up (going to have to for the A3's anyhow)
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    Current sketchbook, no 2 and 4 were my takes on a couple of the chow's. mech pilot and queen of seren. Ok so i was also playing deus ex at the time yah

    Passed through gimp to darken them a bit
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    One more for tonight

    Was meant to be a girl on a tv show i was watching, i messed around with here mouth too much and couldnt erase the shadows so she ended up with a moustache.
    Friend at work tells me she looks like brad pit (hey at least she's still hot ).
    You be the judge
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    My first foray into gimp
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    Old sketchbook

    I used to talk to myself. Prick thinks he's too good for me now
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    This was my second gimp piece (of a mighty three). Bit more of a work process in play here, i made this in response to a seventh sanctum contest.

    I included the last drawing because that was what i intended to colourize as a final to submit but i got the submission date mixed up and didnt get it done. It represents the end of my train of thought at the time.
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    The last and most recent gimp sketch. Currently my favorite, the initial sketch was from my old sb thought id repost it side by side with the final
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    Gone right back to basics. These took much longer than i anticipated. Also i seem to suck at ellipses
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