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    A Terrifying Sketchbook

    This sketchbook will be where I compile beasties, monsters, and other horrible designs, as well as general studies for fun and personal advancement.
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    A few recent pieces. Photoshop and ballpoint ink. Enjoy!
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    nice start, the salamander looking things is crazy!
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    yea! love these! keep posting dude!
    MY SKETCHBOOK!
    Some Sketchbooks you should check out! --->
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    nice start!
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    Great line art. You sure do know your anatomy, I especially like the way you created the muscle and bone structure for your character concept. Keep up the good work.
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    Thanks a lot for all of the feedback, guys! Here are some more recent works; some value studies and a couple of creatures! My skills with PS outside of sketching are pretty lacking. These have been helping tonnes though.
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    his camo is a boat ? genius.

    Awesome stuffs here. I really enjoy the details level of your line work.
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    Very good studies, bro! But I've told you that a million times. ;D

    I'm liking that you're doing more people, but I thought I should suggest something that may help.

    The nose is flat compared to the rest of the person and doesn't really suggest depth like the rest of the body does. Seems as though it was somewhat etched in clay instead of really formed, if that makes sense? Maybe doing some solitary nose studies from different angles like you did the shapes above would help you get comfortable with getting that sense of dimension? Hope that helps!

    And if you need me to redline, feel free to pop me the photo and I'll see what I can do.
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    These are some crazy concepts! i'm liking the 'muscles study'. Good stuff.
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    I need to remember to log in more!

    Mr.Ebony, thanks for the feedback! I do have a fair number of troubles with human faces, especially with the nose, of all things. Doing solitary studies sounds like a great idea, but I think I will try a few more full-face portraits first.

    Some recent and not as recent work! Studies, designs, and things for fun. The hyena studies were a part of a character design experiment, the end goal was a character design that was still identifiable as a spotted hyena, but still unique (re: different from something like the Lion King). Below that is an idea for a carnivorous birch tree, expansion on the centuarian creatures introduced above, and some fun with a Badnik from the Sonic series (the Tails Doll). Until next time!
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    Oh oh! This is a good start! I'm loving that strange take on centaurs there, they're beautiful looking in a macabre way.
    That take on that cursed tail's doll is hilarious too, atleast I'd beable to understand the hype about it if it looked like /that/. ahaha
    Anyways, no crits I'm afraid. Just wanted to chuck in some praise. hope to see more soon!
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    Awesome start, your designs are unique and interesting. Keep going. ^_^
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