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    bones and jones

    Hello guys
    I am currently 20 and not always sure of what I am doing
    so, sometimes I'll need to be pointed in the right direction.

    I'll try to update this every other day or at least once a week.

    I currently draw a lot due to freetime but will probably be slowing down once school starts back up.

    I am mostly just doing studies, thumbnails, and character sketches at the time.

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    I'd really like to see more not-stylized anatomy and facial expressions if that's possible?

    I think youre rendering is great so far, but I'd really like to see more! .

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    I'll see about getting you some soon enough :] Just catching up on a few other projects first.

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    I'm really digging those breast studies.
    One little thing I see right now is how you draw your figures. Your starting sketches come off as having a lack of construction underneath. There seems to be a lack of foundation that can affect your later painting stages. I also believe you need to empahsis some studied on the joints and muscles, especially muscles that flex when their is movement which there is a lot in your sketches. I think you've got character interaction down to a tee, and it's very beautiful to see tht!

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    haven't updated this in a very long time.

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    character designs and concepts

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    Cool stuff! I like your style, and your costume design skills are pretty strong!
    You could benefit from some anatomy study, but hey, who couldn't?
    All of your colors are working really nicely, they complement your character designs well!

    Keep up the good work! I'd like to see more!

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    Thank you :]

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    Failing at painting

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