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  1. #105
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    Man, you've got so much stuff in here! I don't post everything I draw, but still... I need to get to work. Good job on everything.
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    Great update buddy. I love the Siren Colors Great job
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    Hey there!
    You have really cool stuff here!
    Love that unicorn with the cool brush and some of your 'girl studies' remind me of Jace Wallace's stuff.
    Great job, keep going!
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    Nice line drawings, should try to make them a bit darker though as there a bit hard to see, also I love the 4th painting in post 104, it has lovely colour and style .
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    Wow man awesome stuff, it is weird that study you did of the women with short blonde hair was one I did not too long ago
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    Good studies, nice sb
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    was great going through your sb, really nice figure studies

    is there a particular method youre using for constructing the figures as in this picture? thanks
    http://i696.photobucket.com/albums/v...sation0076.jpg
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    Shadow Stalker: never let go and do the most as you can man! and as long as you can! thanks ^_-

    MarckSH: Thanks a lot man, you've improved a lot too btw!

    gravity-zero : thanks a lot buddy Jace wallace is indeed one of my biggest inspiration ^^

    will123will: thanks a lot man, will try to upload darker work, but i'm really soft on the line

    MilesE: haha I guess we may have some similar tastes but hair fashion pictures are from my point of view one of the best picture for portrait

    Alrap: thanks mate!

    aks9: Thank you a lot man, and for your question, I was just trying to figure out the volume of my shapes I don't actually work with thoses lines usually but it's still a really good exercise for understanding mass and volume of you figures ^_-

    Heyyyyyy wassup guys!
    OMG can't tell you how much happy I am to be back on my foot, almost XD
    Anyway, it's so good to be back here, drawing, posting and stuff!
    I'll be done with my full time job in 2 weeks and I recently cleared my other job, this is giving me just the good time to do a little bit of drawing when i'm back home! will hopefully be fully back pretty soon! I've exploring some thing down with brushes, but i've lost a little here during those 2 month I was absent!
    Hope to recover fast, here's a little bit of tonight's work! hope you like the crappy haha!

    Wavenwater's playgroundWavenwater's playgroundWavenwater's playground
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    I also should try to zoom in really more often XD haha!

    Hope to see ya tommorow, and excuse me for posting crappy stuff, I really got to dig back into it !!!
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    HEll yeah, you heard me right !!!
    I'm finally done with this!
    I shall soon get back on business, as soon as my cpu is repaired! XD haha that's right, my cpu broke once again! In that time, i'm stuck on stealing my sista's cpu when she's not on facebook
    So I had the chance to do this today, but there was this huge storm here and I lost most of my work T_T
    Bad luck happen!
    So here's a little bit of today!

    face your inner monsters!
    Trying new way of painting, everything is going great!

    Wavenwater's playgroundWavenwater's playgroundWavenwater's playground
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    Wavenwater's playground

    Scanner is out of use, but will try to take photos!
    See ya soon!
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    nice faces, i like the way u draw eyes!
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    Hey Waven,

    Your traditional sketches are really nice. As far as your digital stuff goes, I would recommend not using the smudge tool so much and try and block-in the lights and shadows only using the round brush + palette knife. That way you will get much more consistent lighting.

    Sinon, continues comme ça, tu es bien parti.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Valkar View Post
    nice faces, i like the way u draw eyes!
    Exactly what I want to say.

    Moreover many of your ideas are nice.
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    Your pencils are really amazing, you capture a movement so well with just a few strokes. Nice work
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