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    Im back
    stuffs still looking awesome, as always
    I also had a chuckle at this cute guy http://img6.imagebanana.com/img/x8kh...arghngoooo.JPG
    aswell as the unicorn guy and the last one (person with the teddy bear) so thanks for that
    I like the way your clearly not taking yourself too seriously in every drawing and adding some humour and cartoony bits to drawings which have all the anatomy going well on them
    I think i would find it hard to laugh at a funny illustration if the anatomy was noticeably bad so congrats!
    Reminds me of this piece by kekai kotaki that got memed, you must be on track to being just as good as he is http://kekai-k.tumblr.com/post/24525...-popping-again
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    HarbingerofIllRepute: yea, hampton's drawings explain anatomy pretty good thanks for visiting
    DanBK: hay glad to see you back. the memed drawing is hilarious xD let's practice to get just as good as him

    some updates

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    last post is steps in right direction! If it doesn't look like the ref, try try try again. one major thing on the 1st pic is the lower ear lobe. work on that.
    pink haired girl is very nice. open up a multiply layer and airbrush on black to make some areas darker. a more focused light source would make pinky look better.
    all in all major improvement. keep it up!

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    Shahan: guess i have to practice my proportions when drawing from ref. also want to check out some of those painting tutorials. thanks a lot for visiting
    HarbingerofIllRepute: attack of the puppies = CUTENESS OVERLOAD ^O^

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    HarbingerofIllRepute: yes, it protects me from aliens who want to kidnap me.

    urgh, school started again. i want moar time D:
    anyway, some scribbles from mind

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    I like the coloring on the girl in #122. The colors seem nice even if it's not totally realistic (but that's nopt necessarily a problem. besides, the hair and the boobs are less realistic and good looking).

    And I can't remain silent about the skull... A skull, you know, is an amazing thing to look at and draw It's so wonderfully 3 dimensional. Yours is quite flat. If I don't look at it very closely, I just see a big shape with dark eye socket and nose cavity in it. I see your little hatching/sometimes just parallel lines but they aren't enough. Be brave with values even if you aren't very confident how to do it. It probably will look better and definitely a step more into the right direction. The parts of the skull are a bit overlapped from this angle anyway, that's another cause of yours being flat. There are some positioning and proportion flaws as well but you will learn those eventually. I find that a small problem compared to flatness and little range of values.

    The scissors wouldn't be bad but they are too soft. There's not a single sharp part in that picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiNIN View Post
    I like the coloring on the girl in #122. The colors seem nice even if it's not totally realistic (but that's nopt necessarily a problem. besides, the hair and the boobs are less realistic and good looking).

    And I can't remain silent about the skull... A skull, you know, is an amazing thing to look at and draw It's so wonderfully 3 dimensional. Yours is quite flat. If I don't look at it very closely, I just see a big shape with dark eye socket and nose cavity in it. I see your little hatching/sometimes just parallel lines but they aren't enough. Be brave with values even if you aren't very confident how to do it. It probably will look better and definitely a step more into the right direction. The parts of the skull are a bit overlapped from this angle anyway, that's another cause of yours being flat. There are some positioning and proportion flaws as well but you will learn those eventually. I find that a small problem compared to flatness and little range of values.

    The scissors wouldn't be bad but they are too soft. There's not a single sharp part in that picture.
    *Looks and sees that this is the "SKETCHBOOK" section* Well, I'll be damned!
    But he absolutely has a point... get it? point... scissors? nvm...
    I suppose my positive reinforcement does more harm than good at the end of the day, but you are learning. Don't be discouraged to try things outside of your comfort zone... I should do the same.

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    Hell yeah, CA is back!
    time to spam my crappy sketches

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    still life landscapes (last two are charcoal)

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    moar to come (hopefully soon)
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    ultimate chaos from brain



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    As always its looking beautiful I'm pretty sure the posemanics are getting mre and more accurate every time you're doing them so keep them up, and the imagination stuff is looking so cool
    im glad CA is back, it might make me get my lazy ass working again
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    hey! Thanks for dropping by my SB. Very neat works here, I see you practice a lot.
    keep on studying poses and figures on posemaniacs a lot, its really helpful and i know how hard anatomy can be!

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    DanBK: haha, same here. it'll probably help me to just take the pen and practice more often

    Lux_Aeterna: thank you for having a look, too ! and yes, i also noticed posemaniacs to be very helpful. although anatomy is still a pain. but keep going is the only thing that works

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    liking these updates!!! keep em coming!

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    kevin_: thanks so much for taking a look at my sb again

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    no real practice today, but stupid fun with photoshop instead

    Sketchy Sketches Of Doom

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    Some lovely looking stuff you got here

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    wow there is a lot of improvement in these posts since the CA.org return... Looks like you've done it while doing studies and having fun, amazing!
    I can really see in some of the sketches that you just let it flow out of you, awesome. Keep doing what you're doing I love all of this and importantly it is all looking better as well.

    I really love stuff like: http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...2&d=1348846912

    and http://img6.imagebanana.com/img/4due79da/22.JPG and http://img6.imagebanana.com/img/lpg9xii1/188.JPG pretty nice and creative concepts! can't wait to see you hash out more stuff!

    I also noticed that in drawings besides these, the anatomy is looking pretty stellar as well. and niiice animation stuff. took me years to figure out how to animate in photoshop... YEARS!!! of coure i didn't google anaything as i am extremely lazy.

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    Shahan: thank you so much for taking a look and for your nice words. i really appreciate it


    updates.
    (y do i suck so much at copying proportions of studies ? )

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    painting practice today
    first time i tried to paint with photoshop and one layer

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    Still so young, full of positive energy and already making an outstanding
    performance, and creating all those wonders of joy. I was a bit scared when
    I read that you are under my bed, but now I am getting used to it. I got a can
    of salt and a little bit of chamois beside my bed each time I go to sleep. I feel
    a bit better like that. Hope that your health is keeping you well, and that you
    are in an extraordinary condition. The studies that you are doing, all those hands,
    heads, anatomy and crazy good imagination, doing all those things will bring you
    to another level, if it didn't already. Loomis is good, but I would never compare
    him to Tchaikovsky. Your creativity is what I like the most, and the ideas that you
    put on paper. You got a big talent, and little bit of dib and dab, sharpening up
    your technical skills and improving your stance, will let you harvest much more,
    will let you dive even deeper than you did before. You take care, and
    do your daily studies, I will try to keep up and to visit you more often.
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    LtPlissken: thanks so much for your kind words ;__; i will try to keep going in the hope that i may improve even though i'm very doubtful about having just a little tiny bit of something like talent.
    but anywayz, i keep enjoying life under your bed

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    Still life towels are sooo hard to draw,
    but you showed them once more who's the boss.

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    LtPlissken: towels are indeed evil things ...maybe it's time to tame them


    soooo...
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    skullz from mind and some stuff for personal happiness

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    i'm still trying to push my painting skills
    (although i also still suck at proportions)

    sooo, some guy from ref
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    loomis (proof that i'm able to ruin prportions though i'm having a grid )

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    update to show everyone that i'm still alive.
    school keeps me quite busy at the moment

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    weekend ! finally !
    here we go, still life, charcoal on a3 paper.

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    That’s the spirit, don’t let school kill the best in you, draw, paint
    and update as much as you can. Wonderful Halloween girls, the
    young witch with a hat on and the Frankenstein one, beautiful job.
    My favorite is this little pen girl with snakes around her arm
    and leg. Full of personality. You are going for your own style
    which is magnificent. Still life plant drawing is delicious and sweet
    at the same time, you just keep up with the positive and natural vibes.


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