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    A Drawing Odyssey

    Welcome to my sketchbook.

    This sketchbook will probably will consist of exercise and idea sketches. so if you see something I've done wrong so please feel free to give critique!
    for it is the reason that my sketchbook are on this cool forum.

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    Be cool




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    The rough skeleton with gesture
    Have begun to practice in drawing characters, but there is much to be done. which probably can see

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    One of my great loves is Retro cartoons. love the style and atmosphere they provide, so I made myself an attempt to create my own characters

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    That's a great start Martinus! Aiming for simplicity and control would be your best guide to get better. Learning anatomy and form is a great idea. Meanwhile just draw whatever you love to, because that what it is all about. Keep posting and enjoy your drawing!

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    Hello, nice start
    I really like the first anatomy studies, i just think that maybe you should use less curves in the gestures?
    Also, nice characters, they're just kinda flat, missing some shadows and lights, you know.

    That's it, keep going.

    Check my Sketchbook here !! :3 plz.
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    Now that you mention it, I can see that they missing shadow

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    well, shadows and highlights certainly make a lot of diference !

    Check my Sketchbook here !! :3 plz.
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    Nice studies, man! Keep it up.

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    Have some problems with light and shadow.

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    Nice start. Post more!

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