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    Hi Lekamie. Great workhere, I especially like the aircraft. You seem to be on the righttrack with your studies and if you continue with your observation,perspective and value exercises I think you'll go far. One thing, Iput some lines on your P50 study to show some areas of difference. Ifyou do these comparison checks after you've drawn something, be surethat you measure accurately to help spot the main differences.
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    @Dayle. Thank you for the encouraging words and really nice tip for the comparison checks! Definitely goes in my toolbox!

    Here is some update. Sketches 'n stuff + finding forms via tiny-thumbs
    And this weekend was spaceship oriented!

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    Happy Halloween!
    It's Saturday and I'm totally enjoying it!
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    Great work. For the red hover bike I think the red stakes inside the vent should be a bit darker since it looks like the light source is coming from the top left and therefore they wouldn't be well lit.

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    Great to see you still working hard, its paying off Keep up the studies and exercises.

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    @crankshaft - Thank you for the advice, you are right about that. I saw your perspective exercises and got my self doing them also!
    @Mothman - Thanks, I will. Your sketchbook is super inspiring!

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    Helou. I've been playing Elite Dangerous Time to reach the dreams again and draw draw draw...
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    Just keeping pen on the paper. Nothing serious.
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    Great updates. I think the background on that orange ship is too blurry and out of focus. Maybe try sharpening it up and adding more planes/scenery to give it more depth? Keep up the good work.

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    Fresh sketches. Cheers!
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    Few thumbs with cheap markers.
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    Great thumbs. Looks like you have a lot of ideas. With your 2 last vehicles, don't forgot to vary your color saturation and brightness in relation to the light. Hope this helps.

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    update.

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    These are great! I am seeing some ellipse problems, particularly the orange car on the upper left corner. These have a great style and looseness to them!

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    some sketches last week there you go. Cheers.
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    Great updates! For that ship with the green background it could use stronger shadows and halftones, particularly on the grey metal. Also I'd put more stuff in the background to better position the object in 3D space. Cheers!

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    crankshaft, Thank You. I tried to put some elements on the backround but could not decide what to do in the end :/
    Wings are also badly positioned. Quick study from an old book, "Galaxy series" 1985 I think. Need to practise the coloring.

    I bought Scott Robertson/Thomas Bertling books How to Draw and How to Render and looking forward super excited to get my hands on them!
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    I am really enjoying your work. Those face drawings from November 4th are really interesting.

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    jogior, Super much thanks. I like doing that kind of exploration as with the faces. Many times I just start the basic form with few random blobs and then try to draw out something I see in those lines. It is somehow liberating and you can come up something you usually wold not draw. I highly recommend if you haven't tried.

    Here some forgotten studies/sketches few weeks back. Cheers.
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    Fresh pages. No energy to study anything relevant so just doodling around. Cheers.
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    Looking good! The white bear could use stronger contrast to pop out more though. Particularly more tone on his fur to give more form. Great doodles! They have a lot of life to them!

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    Hi!

    Great anatomy studies! Keep pushing yourself with your fundamentals! It's cool to explore all of these ideas of castles, tanks, planes but I assure that you'll find them even more satisfying if you keep doing the bread and butter stuff. Do more life studies! Reward yourself everytime you make one! Like, if you paint and apple, make a portrait of a friend or if you make a carefull anatomical study, reward yourself with some tanks, or maybe a badass spaceship, or making a character. This will keep you doing both things, the looong, basic and maybe tedious stuff, and the fun stuff as well.

    Keep it up!

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    @crankshaft, Thanks and yes you are right about the contrast. I think I'm going to continue that bear when I have the "animal" mood again. Let's see how it turns.

    @michin, Thank you. At the moment I'm pushing with perspective studies and also just burning pages with ellipses and lines to get my craftmanship better. I will definitely take your advice about the life studies and do those in the near future. I also put your tip about the workflow into practice already. First perspective then fun!

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    Nice studies! Loving the animals as well! Since you're studying ellipses you can also try drawing a minor axis then freehand a bunch of ellipses on that axis, while varying the degree and size at the same time. I also recommend doing them a lot bigger to ensure that you are using your whole arm and not your wrist. Hope this helps.

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