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    Jezzarts - sketches and roughs

    Hey all, thought i'd get a sketch book going as a form of motivation to draw daily... I can certainly do with the practice. Anyway I'll start it off with a few I've done over the last few days. Thanks for viewing!

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    hey man - looking pretty good, but show us them sketches!

    the more you post the more crit you will get, so scribble like a madman and post more more more!

    I my girlfriend & my book of sketches
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    yeah.. u are good!
    especially like the fourth one.. with all the ornaments and stuff!
    nice job.. keep working on ur shading..
    well, and the girl in the fourth picture has got some weird proportions..
    keep 'em coming!

    Lim

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    Hi all, here's my second attempt at getting my sketchbook going...

    I took a sketchpad, some assorted pencils & pens, and spent 6 hours in London (4 if you dont count the traveling!). Hav'nt done this before so was a bit weird. I sat in trafalgar square and sketched a few people... they move alot dont they! ...then headed into the National Gallery where I sketched bits and pieces from paintings. Oh... the packet of smokes are what I started to sketch while I waited for my guinness in the pub afterwards.. he he, my reward ; )

    Anyway, I'm hoping to do it again real soon and hopefully add to this page every day or two... even if it's just a doodle. I've seen some other peoples sketchbooks on here and wooah, I've got work to do.

    Cheers! - Jez

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    First Life drawing session

    Hi all, I finally got around to attending a life drawing class. It was a cool experience... the model changed poses every 10 - 25 mins so I had to sketch faster than I'm used to. I learnt quite a bit but need to do a lot more! - Jez

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    really nice stuff man, makes me wanna take classes.

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    Being brutal on this stuff would be lying.
    Very cool man!
    The first one isnt that the statue of David ?

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    For being the first ever model drawings that's not bad, not bad at all.
    Nice drawings. If you have more time try to shade them more or pull the contrast a bit. Don't be afraid to give weight to your pencil.

    keep it up
    Tom

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    bodies bodies everywhere

    Very nice, I especially like how you've done the hair in the last three pictures, very nice, post some more

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    nice stuff. the life drawing stuff has turned out very good, especially in the time spent on them.

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