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Good start. Wanna see more, ok!
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Hey great sketches. Like the lighting on the first one. Look forward to seeing more.
Your greyscales are pretty strong, definitely like the last one : ) the form in her legs/back come out well
Sick start to your sketchbook! Your pieces have a lot of energy and your characters are definitely itnteresting, love that sneaky guy in the jacket. Looking forward to more and maybe seeing some envs
great pieces,looking foward to more.
yeah bro, everyones screaming for mooooarrr
I like especially these gnome like fella in gray scales
Fantastic works overall!
that´s a warm welcome, I would say ;D
thanks guys, very much appreciated! If that´s not motivating, I don´t know what is
Want to focus more on studies in the future. I never made any, so I realise how inefficient I was.
Color is still my biggest weakness (and environments and so forth^^). My color management isn´t very precise, it is often only a lucky guess. That needs to be changed.
15-25min thumbs, nuff said
Ooooh those environment thumbs are beautiful! This sketchbook is off to an awesome start. Subscribed, the pressure's on!
Again a bunch of color study thumbs, characters and a few scribbles.
I started to take a look at Loomis for the purpose of learning to simplify form. My first heads look really crappy, but I´m certain that will change with a bit of practise. It´s just difficult for me at the moment to draw objects from different perspectives, that´s why all my characters are static for example.
So much to do
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