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    Excellent studies here. Makes me want to go to my local zoo and just draw the animals all day, lol.

    Those are amazing dragons, especially the bottom one. The sharpness of his head really draws attention to it, especially the way the wings are slanted. I think it would help to add some other colours; even though it's a cool piece, just having the blue makes it look flat and monochromatic.

    Post more soon!

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    Hey guys! Thank you all for comments!
    I am glad someone takes the time to come, look and comment , this is awesome

    no big update just yet, but a little sketch of an elfish girl! its from imagination this time..
    also, there are some animal doodels on my blog if you wanna look! cu

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    Hi Natalia, thanks for commenting on my sb.

    You certainly capture things quite well. Good use of color and texture! I also like how you drew the skeletons in the animals.

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    Hi Natalia, thank you for visiting my sketchbook.

    I just want to say, wow, I am really impressed with your sketchbook. The way you draw/paint animals is just amazing. Not only do you
    manage to make them super adorable, but you also capture their personalities so well! I can't get over how nice they all turned
    out. I would have to agree with the few people who were mentioning that your pictures may need some more color saturation, but
    of course that is just a personal preference. Other than that all I have to say is just keep posting. I can't wait to see more
    pictures from you.

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    Hell yeah elves. Her upper torso anatomy could use a little work (her top looks like she should be falling out of it, because it's a loose one, but the way you rendered it on her breasts makes it look like it's conforming to them pretty tightly? Which looks odd to me. Either the top will be loose, or it would be tight enough to be pushing her breasts together more), but I love her expression and she's got a certain delicacy to her, if a dangerous one.

    Also I do not want to meet her in a dark alley.

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    @ viconia hey! Thank you! About color saturation.. its quite a problem.. i used to draw very colorful comics for years and am not learning to use more realistic colors. i am really afraid to oversaturate the colors sometimes, thats why i end up with rather dull ones in the end... i hope my vision will improve at some point..

    @umbravita thank you!you are totally right about the top. i did not really think about what kind of top it should be at all. i started with the nacked body and added that top to cover the boobs in the first place xD i definitely need to think more when i draw...


    Okay, one little update containing a new stilllife! I treid to pick more modern items this time... Lets call it "artists essentials"?

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    Good job on that, that looks really lifelike. O_O How long did that one take you?

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    You did a great/stunning job in your still life, keep posting !

    Please, check my SKETCHBOOK and leave feedback. I want to improve!
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    @Umbravita Thanks a lot! I can't tell the time exactly, since it way lying on my desk for about a week and i worked on it on and off, sometimes for a few minutes, sometimes longer. I think it took about 5 hours alltogether!

    @ChrisLU thank you! i will!

    Here is a little Elf girl from imagination! Its a kiribian i did for someone on da!
    By the way, there are some steps for the previous stilllife on my blog!

    Have a great day everyone!

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    Aww, she looks sweet.

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    that still life came out wicked. The face one has issues though, the shape of her head looks way to oval around the forehead area and it mesing with the structure of the nose bridge. Great rendering on it though!

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    thanks guys!

    @kidult thank you.. yeah now that you say that, her forehead is looking weird to me too. well, ill try to do better next time...

    here is a little painting of a vampire cheerleader

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    Oh god, vampire cheerleaders, just what the world needs!

    Lovely face. Her anatomy could use some work; her breasts look unnatural, but some more weight on the ribcage/upper torso would make her look less top-heavy. The colour scheme works well for it, too.

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    haha, well yeah.. anatomy is kinda cartoony... wanted her to be thin and yet have big breasts, its not easy to balance sigh

    here are some mini color studies... some are from head and some are from photos, around 15 mins each..

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    RRRRAAAAAAAOOOORRRRRRRRRRRRR YER ANIMAL DRRAAOORRRIINNGGSSS RRRR AMAZING Natalia Soleil !!! MRAOORRR PLEASE XDXDXD

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    You have some really good stuff in here matey I really like the drinking horn on the previous page I cant see anything to crit at all in that one. Come to think of it I cant see much to crit at all anyway lol.

    all the best and thanks for posting it all.

    A great kind hearted lumbering bullock



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    Great still lifes and environments!

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    Hey there, thx for the nice comment.

    You have ome really nice stuff going on here, too.
    Definetely seems like you're going for the more realistic way.
    Since your sketches already look so admirable, I cannot crit on anything. ^^
    Good job.

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    Thanks for visiting my SB, very good mix of studies here. Really liking the attention to the dents on the red bull still life you did.

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    Servus Du da, very good still lifes here, I am admiring your skills I am far from
    that, but where are your sketches how did you start,.....do you have a sketch
    book, did you studied in GER. Would love to see some sketches from Muenchen
    gell !

    Alla lass krachen hier und post auch mal noch bleistift und kugelschreiber
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    Hi!

    Really nice sketchbook I love your still lives (especially your "artist's essentials") and also your animals, they look so lively ^^

    Thanks for sharing!

    Oh, yeah, I forgot to mention, you might want to look at your deviant art-link, it seems to have a http:// too much in it, so when you klick it you just get to a broken page.

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    "Insert cool quote here, preferable not in Swedish"

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    Yay! I wonder why you have been a lurker for so long, your stuff looks good
    I like your still lifes and animals (I find your rendering too soft here and there, though, the enviro thumbnails too... The vampire cheerleader is a nice idea, human anatomy is tricky so that isn't totally right there but these aren't jumping to us (you know, there are cases when there's a more or less nice painting with some stuff being too low level compared to the rest, it's disturbing. But a more balanced one with some not too big flaws can be quite enjoyable, you don't need to be a master to produce lovely paintings. Am I understandable? I hope so).
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    Thank you guys!

    @SMILEFACE YAAY!11!

    @Lightship69 Thank you! If you ever find something to crit i would be grateful!

    @JFierce Thank you, im trying!

    @shockowaffel Thanks! And welcome!

    @Ixallus Thank you

    @iven hey thanks, i did not get to sketching munich all that much.. should definitely change that..

    @Sean McClain haha.. hard to believe its impressive to someone, so thanks x)

    @Charadas im glad you like it! oh and i changed the link.. thanks for noticing!

    @shiNIN thank you, yeah i know.. its hard for me to balance hard and soft strokes... i feel more comfortable with the soft ones and seem to overdo it a lot :/ if you happen to have tipps they are welcome! rest, i dont really understand? :"D

    Okay, so here is some stilllife i did today, i feel like i messed it up though.. but did not feel like messing with it longer..
    Also, here are some weird hamster - like animal designs i did for a project.. i forgot to post them here last time, even though i postet it in the crits section. the design changed since then too^^

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    And heres a goth fairy
    Yeah i know its freakin girly... But.. Well im a girl and stuff x)

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    'rest': I meant the other parts of a picture, it's a work with multiple meanings as zillion others. Nevermind.

    I like the weird animal thing The still life is pretty cool, it's very calming, lovely colors.
    The fairy has freakish (in my opinion) doll eyes and a freakish huge cranium. The hair could use some work too. Apart of these, I like it. It's nothing wrong with a gothic fairy and it's you SB and your art, do what you WANT

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    Your still life's are awesome!

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    great studies and really like the last "girly" one :b

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    Love the variety of the colours in your mini studies..

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    I like the still lives although some of them could be a bit sharper. When you're painting faces from imagination, you forget about the form of the head. That first and the rest will follow.

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    @shiNIN haha, thanks.. Yeah it might look freakish indeed.. Its really animeish , rendered more tightly, and i think it makes it odd.. Glad if you like aniway though!

    @SamCDee thank you! i try..

    @kevin_ thanks! yay for girly stuff then

    @Punk Munkk thanks.. definitely should do more of those...

    @Black Spot thank you! yeah sharpness seems hard to me at the moment.. i still havnt figured it out... im trying.. and well, yeah.. i should pay more attention to forms anyway.. sometimes im just too stupid)

    Here is something different - its some little quick comic devils i drew for a card game we developed at my university.
    very quick ones.. i know there is a lot in there that could be better but well...
    I posted some steps and the final cards on my blog if you want to see more!

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