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    Han's sketchbook

    Hello! Been lurking around here long enough...

    I'm Hannah, I'm 25 and from the UK. I've been working as a junior artist in the games industry for a couple of years now, and prior to that I did a degree in games design, and studied art through school.

    I've been having a crisis of confidence in my personal work lately, and have a tendency to hide stuff away. I think this is holding me back and I really want to improve, so I'm going to just bite the bullet and get it out there. Any comments and critiques are most welcome!

    Here are some recent things:

    Life drawing - ink and Copic markers
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    A couple of studies
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    A flying squirrel...
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    Messy 30 min sketch
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    Life drawing with Inkling
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    A beastie
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    That ink and copic piece looks awesome~

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    vices - Thank you! They're really fun to use, especially for quicker life studies.

    Here's some ink, pencil and charcoal sketches from Saturday. Man, I either need to take better photos or get a bigger scanner:

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    And here's a creature of the week idea that I started, but didn't get very far with. It was based on those deep-sea fish with transparent heads (barreleye fish, I think):

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    Wow, I'm loving that flying squirrel, really cool design! The portraits look really nice, and this nearest line drawing of the female figure is really good! Good start, keep it up. See, no harm done in getting your stuff out there

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    Cool! More please.

    We are remembered only by what we leave behind.

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    I really like what im seeing ,YEah! we want more

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    lol the barreleye fish concept is great.

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    I like the lines in your figure drawings!

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    Your figure studies and the see-through fish are great. I've got no crits ...

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