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    Talking human/vampire Xpressions (GOOD)

    heres a creepy lil girl i found (pencil)
    human/vampire Xpressions  (GOOD)
    heres a vampire (pencil)
    human/vampire Xpressions  (GOOD)
    portrait of classmate (pencil)
    human/vampire Xpressions  (GOOD)
    portrait of another classmate (pencil)
    human/vampire Xpressions  (GOOD)
    some gurl! (pencil)
    human/vampire Xpressions  (GOOD)
    ma man dante (pencil)
    human/vampire Xpressions  (GOOD)
    for more awsome stuff go here!!!!------> http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=28682
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    Crit for the last pic. I think there is too much room between her eye lid and her eye brow. Great pics tho
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    thanx for the response man yeah i look out for that eyebrow thing you drawings are definitly fun i agree though i do my best doodles during class in my notebook
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    whats with the GOOD tag at the end of the label. Who are you trying to convince?

    Your anatomy needs some serious work. At this point I would work exclusively on that, because until you get that right, or rather can convince me its right, the rest is getting ahead of yourself.

    Also, you sketch technique looks amatuerish. You are trying to draw everything, and you don't need to. You need to create the illusion of 3rd space by defining shapes. Figure out what the shape is and and then build upon it. Sometimes less is more.

    Keep at it thought you obviously have the passion needed.

    ~S
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    how exactly is a sketch technique amateurish? a sketch technique i believe cannot be amateurish.
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    The picture you titled "some gurl" is above and beyond all of yoru other images, almost as if you drew the other ones a year ago and that one more recently. It's vastly superior to the others, though that could be because you probably photo referenced a model and didn't try to go for photorealism, but your real life classmates are incredibly awkward looking. One thing that throws me about most of your sketches is that most of the sketch appears, at least, to be three-dimensional, but the lips are really, really flat and defined too heavily.
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    ummmm...

    hey i agree i don't understand how a picture can be amature?.... n e ways yeah the last one i did do like in 01 and the others are slightly more recent to the begining of 04 new stuff of mine are definitly comingout very soon... also i am updating my site so visit there soon... thanx for all your comments even though some are ... eh okay yeah thanx for the thought
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    yeah i can agree my art work is far from advanced but i have no education in the arts at all never took an art class except for my interactive multimedia class which has more or a graphic design educa. more than a fine arts... besides i am only 17 and am planning on attending the art institue of pittburgh next fall for media arts and animation!... if n e body have any advice that would be sweet!
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