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    The Electric Ant sketchbook

    Hello everyone!
    I'm 21yo guy who is going to study Game Art Design in 3 months, so I've decided that it's good moment to start my own sketchbook here!

    Here is a still life and some sketches, from refs from http://www.lovecastle.org/draw/ , from today, all critic and comments welcome
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    Hello, and welcome to CA! Great studies so far, especially that skull. The nail polish is a good start to painting from life, but it's a little asymmetrical - try flipping the canvas when you're blocking it in to help alert you to symmetry issues early on. Keep up the good work!
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    dierat thanx for welcome! and for advice I'll keep it in mind doing next still life

    Something from today:
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    just three quick studies from photos... didn't manage to do anything more as I bought my first xbox ...my art will suffer
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    Some today's sketches from Loomis, imagination and photo...
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    A good start - loomis` books are simply amazing. Keep it up.
    I think that your paintings appear to blurry because you overuse
    the airbrush brushes - take the good old hard round brush instead.
    keep it up.
    greetings
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    Klaustrophil: thanks Klaus! I'll use airbrush brush more cautiously

    Here are some my recent digitals and tomorrow I'll upload some stuff from my traditional sketchbook
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    some sketches from my sketchbook and three digitals from today.
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    Hey,thanks for stopping by my sketchbook, I really dig your use of wet media on those moleskine pages and your ability to sketch from imagination which is an ability which i am finding very hard to develop. I would suggest however that you work on the confidence of your line in your pencil drawings.
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    jabbit - Thanks mate! That's not moleskine It's just random cheap sketchbook.. actually I need to get moleskine sketchbook cause that one I use has grainy, textured paper which makes lines look messy:/ Well I've been drawing from my imagination my whole life simultaneously overlooking the importance of drawing from life and now I have to make that up... And yeah, I need to work on my lines Anyway, thanks for visit

    Here's some stuff from today:
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    Today's work
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    Very nice book man. Keep aLL THEM DRAWINGS COMING.
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