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Thread: Kanda's Sketchbook
July 23rd, 2012 #1
Hi, I'm Kanda. I discontinued my other sketchbook because it was unorganized and all over the place. Here's my new sketchbook thread which I hopefully will be able to update daily. Constructive criticism is appreciated.
Last edited by Kanda; August 17th, 2012 at 02:45 AM.
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Hey, looks like you practice a lot, which is great! I definitely suggest anatomy studies, either from books geared towards that, or references found online (something like this; here is a list of more refs).
Also, try getting more confident with your pencil/pen strokes. Try to stop yourself from executing so many scritchy scratchy markings, and perhaps use more of your arm.
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Woah, I see much variety here! That is very.. very good.
Those studies are really good too.
I hope to see you continue developing your style.
Keep it up!
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July 26th, 2012 #8
July 26th, 2012 #9
Dear You; Wonderful book here. I see lots of anime influence here. And if I may, Did I sense a bit of a Hinata inspired hair cut and character in the beginning posts? Lol. Like how fluent you allow your imagination to be.
Studies are looking very good. You are on the right track for sure. My only advice is advice that I am currently working on. that is Make every line count. Understand why you put a line here and not there. Take a few moments when studying something to really absorb what shape you are about to draw. Also Draw more life as imagination is great but you must build a visual library to draw correctly from imagination. KEEP IT UP!!!!
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