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    Dreln Thank you , I'll keep working on it. Check back later for updates.

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    Ohh that Spartacus study. I forgot his name though >.< It was something with V. Anyways , I remember the days when I started digital . Didn't have a tablet. Painted half a year or more with the mouse. Painful and frustrating process.

    I will wait for further updates. Till then it's coming out nicely ;D.

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    Hi Rostas, that's Varo. Hard days for all of us, in my situation traditional drawing was a blast and it is. Thx for your kind words. Cheers

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    hi guys, this is my last illustration work. Enjoy

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    nice start to your sb! your colors look pretty accurate, just watch your anatomy and proportions. anyways keep it up!

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    Kevin_ Thanks, I'll try to post more process stuff in the future.

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    Some quick sketches, enjoy!
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    I am not an expert however If I can give you any advice I was you I would start with basics like perspective studying this will help you a lot in you environments.
    thx for dropping by to my sketchbook

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    Thx Mikus, i will try to do more environments, i know i don't have diversity in my work, but my focus was on organic stuffs. Just wach my sb and you will see the future progress.

    I was very lazy these days, but i will try to work more.
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    Nice to see you keep drawing a lot from imagination alongside your studies.
    I suggest you add some drawings from life also. And flipping your canvas often will help you fix some issues, specially in portraits (gotta remember that myself).

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    Thx JDBI for your kind words but all anatomical studies i throw them, i know it's strange but generally this method refresh my moral. Take a look of my sb collage, which is just to relax me after the study.
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    Great progression Nika! Don't be afraid to use hard edges.

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    Thx Flowdat, i would try.


    My artwork from Deviantart contest. Enjoy! http://lavam00.deviantart.com/art/Lara-Croft-359066184

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    Hey Nika wow this last study you did is really good what an improvement! One thing to note is when you do paint faces pay more attention to proportion and relations between the features in a face. such as how big the eye is in relation to the nose, and the size of the space between them and other features. i can see you are getting the hang of it on the lady with different headgear and the latest spartacus study. Keep it up!

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    I like the last enviro and the sketchbook sketches. I wish I could draw better in my sketchbook. I just have this unnecessary feeling that I need to draw very clean as to not ruin it haha. Guess I'll have to break that habit. Keep it up!

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    hi, thanks for stopping by in my sb, try to do more studies on traditional medium, preferably pencil that way you work on your values harder, and you wont be damaging your eyes as much as using the pc.
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    Hi!
    I really like the traditional sketches! You should put some nice colors on those
    Keep it up!
    Sketchbook · Facebook ·

    "Where the spirit does not work with the
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    Thx Philipopotamus, I would pay more attention.
    Rostas, i like your work and to achieve something is a long road.
    Thanks 0000 for the suggestion, already wear glasses because of the drawing. It's important for me to get to where I want I just don't know that many people yet in arts. That is why I am working so hard.
    Argaelie I thought to complete them.

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    Great japanese woman study. Your colors are getting better. Also it looks more smooth. !

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    Thx Rostas
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    This is my 3rd month working digitally.
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    interesting stuff, you should try other kind of brush on photoshop , or create ur own it will be helpfull maybe

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    I will, thanks for the advice towy.

    Here is one of my traditional illustration
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    Dig the creature concept ,also the other study is looking great on the color side and proportion side.

    3rd month working digitally - Whoop! Imagine what you'll do in 9 more months ;D.

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    Good improvement since I last checked your sketchbook. That traditional illustration looks pretty cool, is it watercolor?
    I suggest you take look at Michael Hampton's "Figure Drawing: Design and Invention" if you can. I Think that will help you a lot with the construction of the figure.

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    Rostas thx my friend, i wish to see further in the future
    JDBI, yes it is watercolour blended with acrylic. my favorite combination. For sure i would check that book in my priority list.

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    Under development
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    cool sb! something you could work on is making your colors look less flat, i think if you experiment with contrast it could help. anyways just my two cents, hope to see more!

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