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    sup, starting a new thread.. just got my first black sketchbook the other day and i'm starting to fill it up already.. ok maybe not. but i'll keep updating this and hope for some comments and critiques. thanks for checkin it out-

    PS. heath robinson is a huge inspiration for me

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    i drew this after a big lunch.. u fill in the rest

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    some corny thing i did for my friend

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    still trying hard to get acrylics to work for me :'(


    and some random sketches:
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    check back soon!! i'll be sure to keep updating it

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    That last one of the pens is sweeeet! But guess what? Anatomy! :doh:
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    thanks.. yea ur right, but im not too worried about anatomy for now.. it'll get there. i'm more concerned with an overall style to progress with.
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    sorry for the quality, but photobucket sux and it's not my fault

    they're not the best, but i'm definitely seeing an improvement in myself.


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    thanks for the time.. i'll show u some love if u show me some too! U!
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    linoleum cuts:
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    there's a whole lot more but i havent scanned yet.. i'll be back in a year. haha
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    Sweet schizz. I got to get off of my hands & start drawing more like this
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    i love the lil cuts, my fav of yours so far. you seem to relaly love ink but you handle it nicely. i also really love the drawing of the pens and eraser, thats lovely. the forms really pop the way you did the lines. keep goign the way you are, especially with the figure stuides. and just keep experimenting with other materials, like the acrylics. try more color sometime too. this shall be a fun book to watch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EccoXile
    i love the lil cuts, my fav of yours so far. you seem to relaly love ink but you handle it nicely. i also really love the drawing of the pens and eraser, thats lovely. the forms really pop the way you did the lines. keep goign the way you are, especially with the figure stuides. and just keep experimenting with other materials, like the acrylics. try more color sometime too. this shall be a fun book to watch.
    thanks ecco! i've got some (ok a lot of) stuff in the sketchbook that i didnt upload yet, just be patient and wait for this thread to resurface when i get the dump outta my ass
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    good to see you mixing imagines peices with studies, you are on the right track for improvement. the unexpected here and the pens are the best imo
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    oh man, i got so much stuff i dont even wanna take the pictures of em.. but this one's already on the comp so whatever..


    i got more comin, just wait up



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    wow.... your lenolium cuts are amazing.... totally inspirational. i don't do a lot of traditional work beyond drawing these days, and it is SO refreshing to see something not done on the comp or in a sketchbook.

    keep up the good work!
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    man you have some nice work. I love your ink work! esspecially the prismacolor marker renderings. theres a couple things that I would suggest, cliche stuff but it is what I did and it helped. I would suggest studying the anatomy. not just looking at the way the muscles are shaped but how the move and the placement. being exact is not as important as having the formula proper. once you understand the basic formula of the muscles and which one wraps around what or which one is under or over what, you can mold that into what ever you want. the most important thing that I think an artist like you or i could do is sell the illusion of life or dimension or both. keep up the good work. draw ALL OF THE TIME or as much as possible. thats is what its gonna take to achieve the goals that you have. consider art as some one would consider martial arts. in order to gain skill you must practice all of the time. a martial artist must intertwine all facets of their life into the art. we must do the same or else there is no hope. good luck. ill be watching your growth!!
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    Nice stuff, and interesting work as well

    I feel that your landscapes and environment is your strongest point. Are you interested in focusing more on just that? Or focusing more on your character art?
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