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    Oh wow... that's been a while since my last update. My hype vaporized and I slowed down a little... Haven't given up drawing though! This time I'm going to push my boundaries even more.
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    Quick update.
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    great amount of studies and I see you are practising the right stuff (and thanks for reminding me of studying ears ahah)
    keep it up, you are doing great
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    Thanks Lagarto for positive feedback (and u are welcome for the ears reminder, hehe).

    Updating some stuff from Team Challenge that I did, gta4 city study, some poses and my phone...
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    You are dealing with a lot of stuff at the same time and it seems to perfectly fit you as you have been constantly improving since you opened that sketchbook !
    Perspectives are really good. I think you should try some more complicated stuff with it as you seem to get it with simple buildings. (Oh and the two american cars in some post of july are awesome !)
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    Wow man, neat sketchbook !
    You've got some killer studies in here, such as the holy mona lisa and the one above.
    That Ken Block study isn't bad neither :p
    keep updatin', I'll be watching !
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    nice studies man! the perspective ones seem rushed, take your time with them. good to see you tackling all kinds of subject matter though. the bug form studies are a really useful excersise.
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    Thank you for positive feedback!

    Shad- that is good idea. Next time I'll do perspective study I will try push my boundaries more.

    Eightball_ I agree about the rushing, but the problem is that I tend to loose interest drastically as I work with the same piece for some time. That is no excuse though... I really should increase my patience as well, hehe... Maybe I should work on few pieces simultaneously.

    So here is today's update.
    I'm thinking to include more armor, weapon, vehicles and such studies to increase my visual library, so I could start pushing my creativity skill as well.

    Thank you once again for the positive feedback. It really helps a lot and puts a smile on my face.
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    I would like to see some more life study's
    I am searching for a "Mentor" who will give me some hint's and an ass-kick when I get lazy

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    Great sb. I really like your perspective work. Keep it up!
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    Updating.
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    I just love those spacy environments! Keep them coming!
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    Cool space scenes dude. Nice work.
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