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    Monorok's Sketchbook

    Hello! My name is Eugene Bakulin and i want to share my studies sketches and other stuffs.
    Actually it's my first post here :/

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    First architecture study with limit 2h. Very bad result
    And some old studies.

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    This is great stuff. I really like your character designs. The man with the sword has so much personality. Great colors too.
    Good studies also. Keep up the good work.
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    Lost My Marbles, Thanks!

    Nymph.

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    Drew for CHOW, but unfortunately I do not understand rules. So leave it that way here.

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    I really like your style and how you're working out some areas very well and leave other rather rough. It gives your style character and it's always good for the picture if one has to assemble it in one's own mind.
    It's way more exciting this was, as if you was working out everything at the same level! I really really like that! I'm curious about more stuff! So keep on painting!
    Just sneak a peak at My Sketchbook !
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    Conivii, thank you, I really appreciate it!

    More studies:

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    This weekend had to make only one study...

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    Hey u have some good stuff in your sketchbook. i liked your rejected cow entry haha
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    Nice work! Not sure about how the legs of the horse are connected to the body. The dark shading on the body, from both the front and back legs looks a bit off. Maybe it was that particular horse, but here is another one, hopefully showing what I mean:
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    Or maybe this one is better, since the legs are more stretched out:
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    Joey-b, Thanks!
    Aqualeot, Thank you for advices and beautiful photos for stuty!

    My character for CHOW #322 and some sketches:

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    Watercolors study of Destiny concept. Sorry for bad photo

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