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    I'm sure you will be on the same level as Kekai one day, the cool thing about art is you can keep improving your whole life i like your drawings you have some really good poses going on, the only thing i can recommend is to keep doing what you're doing, study from life, and books (such as andrew loomis) and to keep drawing from imagination - which is what i need to do more as well since i have been so focused on painting in my work and less on lines. I also think your watercolors look real nice, looks like great practice.Hope to see more of your work!
    "Art is never finished, only abandoned." Leonardo Da Vinci

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    Thank you!

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    I thought an apple would be a good study of semi-reflective surface. I could apply this to armor if I don't want it to look too new.
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    This one was really hard to paint:
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    I was reading a Greek mythology book when I came across this creature called Khalkotaur or Khalkotauroi. It was a fire breathing bronze bull forged by a smith god Hephaestus. I decided to design my own Khalkotaur, so I made it half bull, half man with bionic arms and legs. These are just the first ideas, I'm probably going to design it a lot further because it's a really interesting concept.
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    Here's a couple more refined concepts. I should give them some accessories and also pay much more attention to line weight.
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    Playing around with the facial features:
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    Dude, great sketchbook so far. Really liked those centaur drawings last page. I can't believe how many pages of work you've churned out here in such a short amount of time. You've definitely got the drive. Keep up the good work and don't stop drawing!

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    Thank you Chris! Here's another kitsune sketch for the CHOW. The others are in the official thread. I used couple photo elements but I'm going to paint it all by hand for the final piece.
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    No problem! question about your gouache paintings, did you start with any sort of rough pencil or lines before applying paint or just get right into it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Fraser View Post
    No problem! question about your gouache paintings, did you start with any sort of rough pencil or lines before applying paint or just get right into it?
    I usually start with a water soluble pencil. I'm working on a tighter gouache illustration at the moment, I'll post it when it's done.

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    Some armor studies:
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    Nice library of work you're building in these pages. I especially like the style of the knight you added as your front cover. Like a more stylized Dark Souls.
    I'll make sure to track your progress. Keep it up

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    That's a ton of great updates since I last checked out your sketchbook! Again you're very good. I especially like the life study, the metal is very well rendered. Although the apple has a bit of a weird shape on the left. I think it was you who I told last time that I thought you drew legs a bit too short and I think that's still the case. They look good on the more refined centaurs, but the first sketch has very short legs. Also the two guys in the armor have such short legs that they look like dwarfs, although this might have been your aim? Very impressive work overall.

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    Thank you for commenting again! I don't know what's with the short legs, I try to pay even more attention to the proportions.
    Here's a quick watercolor and gouache sketch. I don't know how successful the reflections are...
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    I love your style. A lot of character.

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    Another watercolor & gouache knight:
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    Figure drawings from longsword sparring. They were quite tricky to draw due to the extreme foreshortening in most poses.
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    Those watercolor pieces are awesome, I envy people who can use watercolor as I know it's so hard. I hope you don't mind I did a quick overpaint to show where I think the proportions are off. I'm not quite at the level where I can do this and give really accurate feedback, Fantasyartist would be the best to exactly point out where the problem lies. The legs on those last longsword poses are looking a lot better though!
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    Thank you Dennis for all the feedback! I can see that the crossbow guy's proportion are really off. I'll have to start doing figure drawing more often. The longsword poses are better because I really tried to keep your feedback in mind. Thanks!

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    Love this sketchbook..

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    Great sketchbook! I love your gouache work, the look of traditional mediums cannot be matched digitally. Personally I always work just in pencil, but I've been experimenting with fineliner a lot lately. I do some digital paintings every once in a while but I wish I had some traditional medium I could work in color with.
    I see a very promising artist, keep it up, especially the gouache stuff!

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    Thanks guys!
    Here's few figure drawings. I mainly concentrated on the proportions.
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    Those figure studies are awesome, you do an amazing job with the shapes of the torso and twists! Your legs are starting to look better in your most recent one. I think the calf is where the problem normally shows up? the part after the gastrocnemius (the bulge) is normally longer before the foot on the sort of builds your drawing. This isn't always the case obviously (because people are not all built the same), but that's just what I noticed when looking at photos. I don't see this issue as much in you more recent one though.

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    "Plein-air" from google street views:

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    Still life with improvised perspective. I realized I've never learned how to properly plot out cast shadows.
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    Great figure drawings, very nice line work on those. The perspective practice is good but I think it's better if you actually trace all the lines to vanishing points for now. Some of these are going to vanishing points that are not on one horizontal line but rather on a tilted horizon. Your work is looking very good overall!

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    I've done this kind of exercises for the past couple of days. They feel a bit too basic so maybe next I should experiment with 3-point and curvilinear perspective. I also did freehand exercises without tracing all the lines to a vp.
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    This is a place from Baldur's gate, though I remember it very vaguely. I remember finding a huge tree that was cut in half in the middle of the forest. Inside it lived an angry elf wizard.
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