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    Hi I posted crit on the other! I like how you simplified the figures, even in imagination it's nice . Good job and I'm glad it's enjoyable for you

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    Hey brah, just looked through your stuff again, you are really nailing portraiture. Looking at your imagination stuff - to make it work i think you have to work on gestures, anatomy and still lifes (to get all the materials looking cool). You have what it takes, and you must know you have the talent to do it. Try and make a plan and try and stick to it, you have the power son.

    If you manage to do this, we will tremble and quiver at your awesomeness.

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    Whoa, you have incredibly smooth, clean lines, keen grasp of form and colour... I want this skill! *Steals*..

    But, more seriously, I hear it thrown around quite a bit that: "Study, don't copy." Words of wisdom!

    And now I'm off to do a painting study. Take care, and keep up the awesome work! I'm going to keep an eye on this one for sure!

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    @Kimonas - Thanks man, it's good to know, I still need to learn to understand the skull and the structure of each feature, especially things like eye distances at various angles. Lips bum me out all the time as well. You're right I need to do all that stuff!

    @Misty Feather - Thanks so much! How did the painting study go?

    Here's a couple of things

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    Painting study went well, I think. It was Lilith, by Collier. One of my best so far.

    Love the faces you drew, keep it up!

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    Thanks Misty!

    Couple of derps

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    Wow, hardly derp. Love the girl. Reminds me of Harley Quinn. Or a female joker. I wish I had constructive feedback, but I don't! They look awesome to me. I need to get more amazing so I have useful things to say.

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    Hey dude really liked your last one - def a step in the right direction - putting a defferent background colour works - cooler than the skin and desaturated a bit really makes things pop, but im sure you knew this already :0

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    Thanks for the comments guys! And thanks for always sticking around my sketchbook, I know I don't get much traffic here but it's nice to see you always popping in, it's one of the reasons that motivates me to keep posting

    As for the background yeah, I kind of just didn't bother too much about it, I think the best portrait paintings really take the background colour thoughtfully.

    Here's a derp from imagination. Kinda surprised, I quite like it!

    Going to go back to the old sketchbook now, I think that's the best way to learn, so I'll have more soon.

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    Yeah! Wow! If that's from your imagination, I'm really impressed. You're applying a lot of what you learned! MOAR MUST BE MADE. Keep it up!

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    Fuuu, I'm terrible at posting. I have mainly been working in my sketchbook and on imagination stuff. I really feel like i need to improve my fundamental drawing skills, so that's where I'm at right now. I also feel like I should only upload images that I'm happy with, and seem good to me. Which is just wrong, so I am going to post all the crap that I do, hopefully it will encourage me to post more often, even if the work is really bad!

    All the drawings are from imagination, paintings from ref

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    Your work isn't bad, it's really awesome! So draw more, dude! Keep goiinnggg!

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    It's nice to see more from you. I also agree that you should post the things that you are uncomfortable with sharing. In my case, if I were to only post the things that I liked, I'd never post at all. This may not be the case for you, but it really does something positive when you post pieces you aren't completely pleased with. Building courage may be one of those things. Plus, it'll be nice in the long run to look back and see an honest review of where you were and compare your old "crap" to your new "crap".

    I hope this makes sense.
    Looking forward to more.

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    Thanks Misty, means a lot. But I don't feel good ;(

    Thanks for the reply Incho, I'm glad you're still checking into my SB. Yeah definitely, and it hurts because I feel so out of touch with everyone when I don't post. Other artists on their own journey are slaving away everyday putting art up and here is me hardly posting at all. It hits home, it really does. And to be honest I never thought anyone really bothered about my SB so that was another reason, but I guess that is a wrong way to feel. Well I'm going to do sketching everyday and post something as often as I can, we need to push it! Thanks again for commenting.

    Here are some late night, quick ass sketches. Few minutes each. I really like the SBP brush, has a kewl chalky feel. Tried to get expression out of these more than anything else.

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    Looking good! It seems like you're already developing your own style. I can't wait until I get good enough to do that-- I wonder what my style is going to look like. I wonder if it'll be cool like yours.

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    Thanks Misty! Yeah who knows, maybe! I usually try a lot of different things when drawing, so I'm not sure. I think when I really learn about light and shading properly, then we'll see how my style really is! As for you, I have no doubt your style will be a unique one, you will be like an old master ;D...Except, young, haha.

    Here's a few things I did today. So there is some animal gestures there, some character studies. Also some figures from my head, before I start moving into figure drawing BIG style. Bai Bai portraits *sniffle*...Though I still stuck a quick one in there ;D

    Till next time!


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    Got the new Sketchbook Pro today, is fun but actually not as good in general! Though the two new features are pretty hot. Animation and perspective tool! Real talk!

    Oh well, here is some imagination derp from today.

    Kk goodnight kiss kiss.

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    Congratz on the new software. I'm pretty sure you'll be putting the animation feature to good use down the road as you progress. Can't wait to see what you've got to share when you start on anatomy/figures. Good luck and keep pushing.

    Cute elephant by the way.

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    Thanks Incho! Yeah reminds me of Jungle book haha.

    Here's some derps from tonight. Started practicing hands! Finally. Hope to do tons of these...but they're tricky for sure! Did a couple more animal gestures, and some imagination stuff trying to see if I could use the new hand practice from my head. Also there's some weird character in there!

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    Awesome stuff. Seeing your progress from the start of this sketchbook till now is truly inspiring Keep on rocking! Subscribed

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    cool sketchbook .. keep up .

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    @Jorge - Thanks so much dude! Means a lot to know someone has read my sketchbook to start to finish. And also seen an improvement! Hope to see you around more often.

    @Mukkled - thanks, will do!


    Alright here is todays dump! Omg I did a life study. I wanted to cry at one point but I kept going. I followed Bumskees tutorial and it helped me along the way. It is actually only my second ever life study. (Here is the first one I did back in August last year http://puu.sh/aygyz/55662355fe.jpg

    So there's more hands, some figure studies, I was just trying stylization and looking for that 'traditional look', not diving into figure drawings quite yet...Also some faces, and a fun random sketch from imagination to end the night!

    See y'all tomorrow!

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    Great studies! Bumskee is an awesome artist to learn from. Keep it up!

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    Thanks Misty!

    Stuff for today. Downloaded some toned paper, pretty great! I wanted something akin to Moleskine paper. So I downloaded some online. Way better than drawing on white IMO, you can really get expressive! So here is some hands, trying to simplify and speed up more and more, but I think I need to absolutely learn their proportions for better results. Then I also did some stuff from imagination, trying to apply things I've learned, need to work on Dragons. The last page is more imagination stuff, trying a sort of 'angular' style.

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    You are really crankin' it out. It's great! Your hands especially. What do you use as reference? your own or images? Also, I can see improvement in your imagination-faces. Keep it going!

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