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    Really liking these Rod, especially the tonal pieces on the second page.

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    Hey man! i'm sure you'll do fine on the competition, i think you are giving yourself far too little credit. Keep it up!

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    Great stuff here. Dont be afraid to take a break from art for a while if its frustrating you. Our brain actually goes through things weve done a couple of days back while we sleep and "replays" it and usually improvement happens while we are not doing anything or are sleeping

    Your art is strong so stop worrying about some contest, afterall art shouldnt be about competance


    Good work

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    insane mate, you can tell how much hard work youve put in to get to this stage at such a young age and it really does show, keep it up and dude ur gonna be big

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    great sketch~~~please update~~~

    concept&drawing&military
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    its 3 30 am no time for replies

    just dump some crap quickly..

    imagination gestures..quickly to warm up...




    armour studies with reference



    anatomy with ref



    some doodles with no reference




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    Wow, You learn so quickly!!

    Your SB was very enjoyable, I will have to stop by frequently...sorry no crits from me, your work is above my current level of understanding!

    me SB - http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...p?t=62448&page

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    ejem... the anatomy warmups at the beging of the page are
    sooooo GOOOOOODDDDDDDDDDDD Im boiling in excitment to see
    you next update and Im boiling in envy cause you are improving
    at light speed, I wanna pick you brain and eat it....really

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    I like your works, but in particular I find really interesting the study on armours. Do you use a rich documentations or it's only your imagination? I would like to see more your works about "technical" details You could design a entire line of armour and army stuff! Well done!

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    sketchfiending RoDRiGo!
    exceedingly lovely sketchbook r, particularly this page from the last post has so much movement, really gorgeous anatomy study. it's like the page is an undulating, swarming herd of people in space. great studies from both imagination and reference! inspiring work for my insipid brain!
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    bumskee:hey man! i'm not doing so good, i'm malnourished, struggling with art and my social life is dying ask form, he'll tell you im going CRAZZEEEE.

    mitch:thanks buddy

    shane:havent seen you in ages man, hope youre well. cheers!

    thanks andy and inkfish!

    Aether:good advice buddy, thanks a lot.

    DannySketch:thanks mate im glad to hear it, i cant be big ive stopped growing at this age, my mum says i might be taller in a year but i doubt it. thanks harhar.

    George&Guo : thanks so much!! im a HUGE FAN!! ahh love your work a lot. cheers!!!

    rob-ot:thanks mate ill check your sb when i get the time

    anjin:thanks man, just info from the interent, i like to combine words and visuals it helps me to learn better

    guggenmaneuver:thanks man! haha you have a way with words thats magical, love the title of our ssg
    cheers mate!

    so anyways today's life drawing plus went down to the gallery with CA.org user form for some drawing.

    life drawing (5-10 mins)






    preparatory sketch for a longer pose



    life drawings at the gallery from statue and people.




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    i have checked out your work since hte first page, & damn you really have improved! congratulations & keep it up.. very nice anatomy studies!

    "Nihil est in intellectu quod non prius in sensu" | SB | Portfolio | FJGC (blog) | DA (Profile) | EJERCICIOS DE COLOR
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    Beautiful work as always. Keep posting, your shading is really nice !! :=)

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    Peetiful! I have always admired your avatar as well.

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    Cool stuff Rod! I like the core shadow shading. It looks good without having to do much effort. Sometimes your figures will look a bit squarish, but other than that, You have improved so much! Nice to see that someone my age can progress so well. I need to catch up! haha. one more year! can't wait til next update!

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    Wow, you are amazing, I love your anatomical studies. I just hope i'm half as good as you at your age. Keep it up, you're gunna be big!

    Respect is the ultimate currency.
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    rurghururgh... amazing stuff as usual, everything is top notch, nothing to crit

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    GriNGoLoCo: thanks so much man glad youve been with me since then

    Recursive_End:thanks mate!

    Doyle':thanks buddy, yeah i dunno wat possessed me when i made it but eh !

    Skeiff:thanks man, its really hard for me to spot the shadow as well as draw the figure all in 5 mins, i need a lot more practice at that, cheers.

    Zanconato:thanks a lot mate.

    archipelago:thanks as usual my friend!

    and here is todays sketchbook stuff, and now i gtg to work yaaaregh




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    Wow. Everything's looking nice man. I love the line variation you're getting in your life drawings.

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    Great sketches, particularly dig those imagination figures from post #607. What did you mean in this one http://www.renderosity.com/photos/Ar...ticle14689.jpg by "use the plane break to establish dominant forms"? Does that mean thinking in terms of block forms?

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    Great sketchbook, and only now I see it!
    Cheers
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    badass rendering rodrigo, you're doing great with your art.
    nothing but love for your art.
    Keep the hard work, always inspiring to me.
    cHEERs

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    Groovy work as always. If your majesty has time, drop a comment in my sketchbook? -deedee

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    Man, that last update is killing me, leaps and bounds man, leaps and bounds.

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    amazing rendering style you have there, great work on the armour and the last update is a real killer, could maybe have done with some more highlights on the knifemans blade/hilt but obviously the cold silent death that is work took you away.

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    quick reply here,
    good to see you getting into armour, very interesting stuff!
    are these reffed? http://www.renderosity.com/photos/Ar...ticle14719.jpg
    Gotta run dude, keep it up!

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    Groover McNab:thanks a lot man!

    armando": thanks! exactly right there. basically you have say, a cube with a front and side. the edge dividing the front/side is the plane break. in the face it is no different, there is a plane break that divides front and side, and in the body (eg the ribcage form) etc.

    voraz:thanks voraz, consider yourself lucky, the early pages are terrible and worse

    Diego:thanks a lot man!!!

    Doyle': yeah im a majesty, king of the try hard artists harhar. ill visit your sb now especially since you asked so nicely, stroking my ego and all

    Inkfish:thanks so much man!

    young paddy1:cheers mate ill add that in thanks a lot!

    archipelago:yeah forgot to addd that in my rush.
    cheers!

    so anyways, here are some of the decent life drawings to come out of todays work, and some imagination stuff i did at home. cheers!

    10 minutos



    30 minutos



    imaginacion



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    cool dude, what were you listening to? (and he turned, etc) i still have to shoot u that tool cd, or have you got it yet?

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    About the last post and your work in general - I think you need to work on the mid-tones, right now your work from imagination looks very comic-like, but if that's a style or a way of drawing you want to maintain then I'm ok with that The life drawings and gestures look as good as always. Don't be afraid of trying different things, a little versatility is always a good thing! -doyles aurelius

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    hey man, nice batch of drawings
    could you tell me how is your life drawing schedule? how many quick poses, and how long is the long pose and that kind of stuff. In my class we don't do any quick sketches, don't know why? silly teachers maybe.
    Cheers

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