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    Hey there nice SB . If you need to find a love for color maybe it helps to start drawing in b&w so that you get a better contrast . At least try to color your drawing .I'm curious about to see your next works .

    Keep it on .

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    hey, looks like a great start!
    seems you got a a pretty good grasp of anatomy, and those mages has an appeal to them!
    colors is one of my big weaknesses so afraid i have no good advice than to just try it, i guess x)
    i will be watching

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    your anatomy is quite good! at this point I'd suggest moving your studies a bit away from anatomy, and get working on values and color. paint still lifes. it's gonna look like shit at first, but keep pushing.

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    Hello there, pretty cool sketchbook. I'd like to see more.
    I find understanding of colours through colour theories and
    with a little bit of understanding came curiosity to know more,
    which sort of led to the love of colours.
    There are lot of different theory books out there, so pick up the
    ones that are interesting for yourself.

    Keep up the good work.

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    good work! i do see your colors seem a bit desaturated and could use more contrast so maybe play around with that a bit, anyways keep up the work!

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    Hi matey

    Cant really see any problems other than the need to really observe the subjects and slow down as you get it on the page, Its a flaw i share with loads of others here, the desire to get it done and see how it looks.

    Keep practicing and keep going back to the fundamentals, as in simple shapes, light and value studies, gesture and anatomy, keep drawing everyday and we will be clamouring for your autograph in no time at all!! lol

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    I like The Beast, it has a sci-fi feel to it.

    Staying motivated is the hardest trick, isn't it? Keep studying, you're doing well!

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    I like your challenge piece, good shapes and simple modelling is a winning combination.
    For some motivation check out James Gurneys blog!
    gurneyjourney.blogspot.com

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    Hey, nice start on your sb! I can assure you that you're not behind in the artistic skills. On the contrary you're doing good. Many people feel that way in your age
    So continue working with the basic studies, I see that you have a hang on the body gestures. Practice practice practice and you'll get amazing.

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    good job with the painting and ideas! it's been a couple of days since you last posted, so post soon keep on working on those studies. c:

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    Hey man, nice work in here. Just keep up those studies and you'll see improvement in no time

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    Next time you go about drawing a robot or mech or anything really manmade, try to think of its function. How do the arms bend? How does it move? Where are the joints? What purpose does it serve? This stuff can seem kind of trivial when you already have to deal with all the hard stuff that comes with drawing, but its important to keep track of in the back of your head. Haha hopefully that doesn't discourage you from doing any more mechanical stuff though!



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