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    Soja- Yeah I'm with Sok, 15 to 19 characters. Coool. Try that again using only one character, one style.

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    Hey!
    Here is a SP =)! But i think it isnt finished yet.
    So i will keep on working on this.
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    Soja- Careful, your kind of making it look like your nose has been broke.... unless it has and then it looks perfect.

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    Hey there!
    A few new sketches from today. Unfortunately without really big success.

    @Bojee!! Yeah u're right!! My nose is very strange on that sp.
    But I gonna work over that in time. =)

    Here the new sketches:
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    here's more bad stuff!!
    sorry for the bad digi shots but it's almost so late
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    i can see lots of progress in your thread

    that last picture is really cool

    i think u should do more anatomy studies tho, they help tons

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    @arghmisfit: Thanx for checking by! Oh yeah i will do a lot of anatomie studies! I will start to going to life drawing class this or next week.
    I hope I'll be better soon. Most of the time I'll do random lines and look what
    i can do with them. =)

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    Hi Soja!

    Just thought I'd check in again to see what you have been doing. Looks like you have been busy! Great! Glad to see you keeping at it.

    I have to say that latest self portrait is an amazing progression. You really are improving. And I love all the sketchwork practice, that's the sort of thing that will make you better and better in no time.

    Those photoshop experiments show a real great ability to experiment and grow. I wish I had more of that in me...I tend to stick to one style a bit too much in my sketchbook.

    Keep going man! You are on the right track!

    Cheers!~~~JadeDragon (PS...thanks for the nice words!)

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    Na da woll mer doch gleich mal reinschaun, wenn auf dem FTP so n auffälliger Link drauf is )

    Ok, switching to english.
    I saw most the stuff in original, but I didn'T see the Painter stuff you did and I have to admit that I really see a very fast improvement-rate there [cause I know what you REALLY look like ;P]
    I love your spaceship doodles, keep them coming and give me [and Miao] a cool Design to model in Max

    YO MAN, YOURE DA BEST

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    Soja- i agree with your friend, I like the spaceship stuff, especially the first page. Your improving quickly. For your character stuff, act out some of the moves so they won't feel as stiff. Glad to hear your going to be doing life drawing, it'll make a world of difference. Get you some anatomy reference and study it too. Keep it coming bro.

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    Keep at it man, never ever stop, one month can mean another year just to get even better.

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    @Jadedragon:
    Hey Jadedragon!! Thanx for comin back!! Yeah there are some little improvements. But still far away from what u draw and a lot other peoples in this forum. Only looking at urs and the work of all those artist is so much motivation for me.
    And I'm also working on an Computergame with some friends and that's one more reason too get good as possible. Cause we all wants the game to be good. That's why we need good concepts and that's what im working for =)!!

    @Harry:
    Hey Harry!! Hey dont call me the best!! I'm not!!! But happy to see u in my thread! I hope I will improve more. Meeting u guys is one of the best thing ever. This project will give us a big chance to improve hour skills. And we all should use it. Let's Rock!!!

    @Bojee:
    Yeah I got one antomy book on my birthday. It's one from Hogarth.
    But u got me again. I'm too lazy to read those kinds of book. I like it more to do life drawings. But u're right I should study some Anatomy books. I wil =)!!

    @Sok N. Wett:
    Of course I want stop!! Ok there will be days where I gonna be lazy. But I hope I still can make every day at least one drawing. I wish u a lot of motivation and inspiration to man!! Thanx for always keepin me motivated with ur post!

    Ok that was a lazy day. I'll will only post this one picture for today. It's to late to scan more pages that I've done. And they are not really worth to see.
    Tomorrow I will try to get to life drawing class. So I could post more.
    Portrait of a friend that I did today not pretty good but much better than the first one of her (but she still likes me ):
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    Soja- Great dude, looking good. A couple things, I'm still going to get on you about the ears but they're getting better, and soften those angles a little bit when you're drawing women. Men have more angles, women more curves. So much better though. Keep drawing from life and study that anatomy.

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    Hey There!
    Here a some new post from today.
    Wasn't very productive this day. Hope will be more motivated tomrrow again.
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    Some new sketches. I dont know but it's not working at the moment.
    I have the feeling I'm getting worse with ever drawing I do at the moment.
    Mmmh..dunno why. Hope I can get over this soon.
    Here are some sketches of the last two days. Im not really happy with this stuff.
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    I dig the robot and the spaceship designs, your doing good dude, just keep at it and be patient. Sometimes you'll love your stuff and sometimes you'll hate it , sometimes all in the same day. It's all part of the process. Just keep at it, it''s paying off.

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    Hey!
    Back after a few lazy days.But I only was too lazy for posting. Not for drawing. I just started a new sketchbook. Here the first drawings of the last
    few days.

    @Bojee: Thanks for the nice words.I wont Stop!

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    Soja- Great bro, another big step forward, this last portrait is looking great and the ears, are looking better. This is of you right? You've made yourself look a lot younger and that usually happens in the jaw, but wow what an improvement, you should stick with the pencil for a while, I think it agrees with you.
    The guy on the scooter is looking good too, Great job bro, your on your way. By the time you go to another workshop you should start to have a better handle on this stuff. You already do it seems.

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    Hey There
    Here some new pages i did today. School was so boring so I had to draw all the time during the lessons.

    @Bojee:
    Yeah! Thanx for the words.Hope I can do another CA workshop sometime.Hope to meet u there too one day. Unfortunately the next CA workshop is little bit too far away.I have to wait for next in Europe.

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    Heya Duc !
    Your stuff is really getting better and better
    My video project is over now and I think I have to draw much much more like you do !
    btw, do you have time for the meeting?
    Vulti and me will attend our first life drawing lesson this evening =)

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    hey soja, that cyborg-screaming-girly-thing is really cool, great progress. Keep it up!
    Hope you'll come to our little meeting - sorry don't have time to write more, some Harry is waiting

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    Hey soja, i agree with your friends I really like the last one, it's a little hard to figure out exactly what's going on but it's cool none the less. Great job.

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    Hot Damn! Look at all the progress. Keep it up! you seem to have the right drive and determination to became a wonderful artist.

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    You got some good stuff going, and it ain't stopping, it's like your a train that can't stop even for a car on the rails, you just blow right through it, that's what your progression is like.....A freakin Train...toot toot!

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    Soja's Sketchbook [LU 19.10.2008] Hey there!!
    Thanx so much for all ur posts !!!!
    Hope I can keep on working on my skills because school started today.

    @Sok N. Wett:
    Hell Yeah!! Tooot tooot!!! How about a ride on my train?
    U're always welcome.But I know u got ur own train!!
    Maybe we'll crash together someday and have some freakin traindrawing fun=)!!!

    @Xpose:
    Thanks for ur post man!Oh I think there's still a huuuuuuuuuggeeee gap between me and me becomin an artist.

    @Bojee:
    Im glad that u like it. Even I dont know what's goin on this picture.It was the force of the lines

    @Vulit & Harry:
    Hey guys!! Nice to meet u here in my thread! Yeah I'm looking forward to our meeting! Hope I can make some stuff till we'll meet each other.
    Hope u guys will having lot of fun at life drawing class!!

    Here is a last SP for today.Dont know why the right ear rised up like this.
    It suddently happened!!

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    Soja- Hey the new self-portrait looks good, I'm glad you caught what's going on with the ears, just means your learning. If you run construction lines across the face first you won't have that problem with the ears or the eyes. This is one of the best so far, your making progress, keep it up.

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    New Stuff!!

    @Bojee:
    Yeah tha ears!!!!

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    cool stuff ! i think you should do line studies of your own pics, think of lines as a compliment to the picture, how you do the strokes... does the lines help? yes/no...why? hmm, and draw draw draw... buy a sketchbook and draw alot of pictures each day... do alot of rendering... sit with a pic for 1 hour... shade the sh*t out of it... draw from life...keep on rocking and you'll be spankin' people in no time


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    You made it to figure drawing bro, good for you, keep it up, and bring your anatomy book with you and if you don't understand something look it up. Keep going bro your doing good.

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    Yah! for life drawing, something I really want to get into. Looking good man, keep a steady pace at first to make sure your comfortable, after a bit of seeing yourself progress speed it up a bit, but at least good things are coming your way.

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