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    Sketchbook scans

    My first sketchbook - still so much to learn but I think this is the right place for it .

    Critique and Comments are most appreciated.

    Thank you.

    Nadim.



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    4 views already, but no posts? sickening! an outrage i say!!! this is some quality stuff man...Spok will be watching your every move....
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    Thanks spok - lets hope for more crit and comments.



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    I like June 2nd.. the middle post rather. keep chugging. discipline it is. lets see more - ry
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    do not be afraid to mule over a gesture sketch. be sure that when doing a gesture, the marks you place have purpose, are acurate, keep them light, and are clean and rememberable before you begin to renender. after all, why waist your time hitting the nail if you haven't aimed?
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    chudzta - Thanks for having a look.

    killing.people - thanks for the crit but what does " mule " mean .

    I added the tree - crit and comments are most appreciated .
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    the tree looks good those portraits look promising too~
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    Good stuff so far....lets see some more. I think killing meant mull over it. Or, look over it carefully.
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    well nadim these sketches are really impressive.

    It seems that your skeleton drawing practice really did you some good. I have only one thing to tell you, is that finally you are on the track to having a style of your own, you develop yourself quickly and you have the talent for that.

    keep it up man
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    Really very good work ,forms, expressions, shade and shadow ,waiting for your next post......
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    I wish I could advise you in the watercolor piece but I am just starting in that medium. Keep it coming...thats al I can say.
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    Thanks van - Some watercolor additons.
    C & C are most appreciated .

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    Wow. Im liking the colors of the watercolor piece.
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