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    I´ve been lazy and so, anyway here´s two drawings I did yesterday :/ kick me in the ass please
    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."

    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."

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    Damn! Those hands are looking mighty good! I should be doing more of these studies myself... Damn you for reminding me that I'm a slacker!!!

    Since you asked *kicks profil in the ass*

    It's gonna be cool meeting up again in Prague!

    Keep up the amazing work you're doing!

    peace

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    Hey Profil.
    This latest batch looks real good. I like the simplicity of the line.
    Keep up those studies!

    btw, I just joined SSG3, so consider this your kick in the arse.
    Feel free to do the same to me.

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    I know your not. So don't say that again. Nice hands btw. Your studies are coming along really well! Planar stuff of the faces is looking good too. Now let see you apply some of this knowledge you've been delvin' into! Go git em!

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    Great studies, I like the sleeping dogs, great subject to draw too, until they wake up, start moving, and ruin your drawing PLEASE KEEP UPDATING! No more slacking

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    Was cool meeting you in Prague, Profil. Amazing progression since the start of this sketchbook. Self criticism is critical, too little and you stagnate, too much and you'll hit a brick wall you think you can't climb. If I'm using strange metaphores it's cause I'm unwrapping models at 3 am and my brain is going mooshy .
    Keep em comming!

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    You're doing a lot of studies!, Which is very good. When it comes to the rendering it looks like you've taken about 5 mins. Very heavy handed! Go easy and try to find the forms... Post some post Praha stuff man, I wanna see your recent stuff

    Keep this in the mind when rendering, and keep it up. With all these studies you'll have anatomy down!!

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    Sooo... where are all the updates we're waiting for?

    Take care.

    Hugs!

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    Profil, was cool to meet you in prague - where are the updates? post your prague stuff for example
    so long

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    dcept: thanks man. Had a great time in Prague with you.
    Sirgreenstock: thanks man, and you are getting kicked... soon.
    Zebzfree: thanks, and yeah my imagination stuff sucks... buhuhuhuhu
    Dan1989*hero*: can I clean your balls? Man your level is what Im aiming for now.
    Floris: awesome to meet you, you should post your Prague sketches. Yeah your metaphor was good.
    Sambrown: yeah I started that latley, really good. Was awesome to meet you too. I gotta practice on my fosball skills.
    Blog: shame we didn´t talk more in Prague. Man, my imagination anatomy sucks, but it´s coming.... I hope...
    Pencilator: *KIzzZZEsssSZzeessZZzssSZ*
    Miau: yeah was nice meeting you too, shame we didn´t talk more.

    So I had shitload of school work when I got home, I still have. So I haven´t been drawing that much sadly. But I know what I should work on for now except the usual anatomy etc. Like spending more time on my drawings (already started that, ha!) sneezing on my screen *wiping* etc stuff like wanking and squirting the product all over my sketchbook so when people look in it, they will look at little Profils.
    Did some life drawing yesterday.... everone sucks though so won´t be showing that.

    Some of the drawings you are about to see is suffering by syphillis and clamydia, some even got ballscancer. It´s nothing to joke about so be gentle. The causing affect was that the drawings were to fast done.
    Enjoy the ride.

    I got to slow down and think about the anatomy knowledge that I have.......

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    good stuff ! ! you are very young, stop comparing yourself to people who are older and been drawing for way too many years than what you have been... you are talented for your age... in 10 years you are my age... you're gonna own us all so take your time, fight YOUR battles not someone elses... cheers dude and keep at it!


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    yeah dude, even though you definately need to slow down a bit i can already see a vast improvement from before prague and after prague

    keep 'em coming bud

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    Keepatit, these studies are great I really need to do do some!

    At our age I think the best advice is to just keep at it, that is the sum of what I got from Coro and Marko aswell. Because if we do we have a lot of potential, and the way you have started is very good! You will know the basics before you start being influenced by other artists!

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    Thanks guys Warming
    Here's a little something I did fast at a Mucha museum in Prague, one of the very few Prague sketches that went out OK. Critics I got is that his face is too feminine and the lines are too uneven, both which are totally correct.
    "Eh, well.... I know how to look good...."

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    weee.
    Ok this sucks, all from imagination except the top thingie, from life. I improved my anatomy some, but the face is spure evilness and bad, eyes fucked up, too close, badly structure of the upper skull etc.

    life drawing, ballpoint weee:
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    I didn¨t write the time on the ones below the line to the right, because all of those are 1 min:
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    Hey! i'm starting to see some progress here. I definently think you should think more about the central axis of the skull when you're drawing a face. Think about symmetry and make sure that you draw lightly in the axis of symmetry. Don't be afraid to draw in angles and try to distinguish planes of the face with light working lines. They can always be erased later or perhaps left to add to the character of the drawing. Do not be afraid to erase something you've worked really hard on. The second time you draw it it will come much more easily to you. I hope this makes sense to you and I hope that it helps you out a bit. Keep it up!

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    keep up the good work. continue to practice and you will only improve further!

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    Mr blonde: it do make sense to, I just got to do it
    ParkerD: thanks
    Menter: Here's a very good quote from Neil Strauss, The Game:
    "In order to excel at anything, there are always hurdles, obstacles, or challenges one must get past. It's what bodybuilders call the pain period. Those who push themselves, and are willing to face pain, exhaustion, humiliation, rejection, or worse, are the ones who become champions. The rest are left on the sidelines. "

    Anyway, mucho schoolwork left, here's a lil imagnination doodle with the hand from life, and the rest life drawing:
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    Awsome line quality.
    Keep pushing the anatomy.

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    Goddamn! Im always impressed with the confident line quality you achieve. The life drawings look great, how long does each study usually take?

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    Oh great.. I just did compare your first head sketch with your latest head sketch.
    and you have show so much improvement!.
    Very cool !!

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    Thanks mates

    Anyway, school IS taking up a lot of time, but here's some recent life drawings, I've also done some anatomy studies from hogarth etc but nothing fun.

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    Edit: just wanted to add that I know the SP is skewed, flat and the eyes suck. Thank you

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    Real improvement hear!
    Good job and keep on posting

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    The anatomy books that you are studying are definitely paying off big time Profil!
    This last page of your sketchbook shows a sudden rise in your understanding of the human body, and your heads/faces are becoming a lot stronger. Congratulations on all the hard work that you've put into your drawings.
    Keep working, keep doing life studies, I cant wait to see the next few batches.

    As a pointer though, I would tell you (because you're just starting it) to crosshatch following the form. You obviously have a better understanding of what the muscles do beneath the surface, so try to follow along them while hatching, it will help define the form a lot better.

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    Thumbs up. Keep it goin!

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    Of course, this has all been said before, but..

    Your progress is absolutely amazing. Your dedication to improvement is inspiring. I'll be rooting for you, fella. Keep on drawing!

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    Hey Hey,

    Like everyone sayings, your making great progress. I Love the
    life drawings. They have really really improved. Your line
    drawings are also great. Maybe your faces could use more
    practise though. How about even more of the good old
    loomis. And BTW, Im 14 too LOL, if your 14, or are you 15 ?

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    Dude... Stop beating yourself up!! It's OK to be critical to ones own work, in fact, it's very good to be critical when looking at the stuff you do, but you're constantly saying your stuff sucks.... which it doesn't...at all... You've made great progress, and the latest anatomystudies and lifedrawings are head and shoulders above what you did not so long ago.

    Just keep at it, with a constructive critical eye You're doing great!
    Soon we'll all have pig orgasms when we're looking at your stuff!


    peace

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    Im 15, 16 very soon.

    You all people are so nice.
    I'm having a lot of school right now before the end of the term so I don't have a lot of time for drawing, and the time I have I ussualy spend on the Creature Design thingie. I'm also sick, but I still have to go to school because I miss too much if I don't. So I'm kinda exhausted, anyway, here's some fast self-potraits and fast degas studies:
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