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    Academy Student? i recognize the models from the charcoal studies.. pretty good, by the way..

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    yes i go to aau, thanks for taking a look

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    i loves these, they are really really great!
    the tones and expretions are amazing, esspecially in that sp, thats deffinatley my fav one. ^-^
    the quality is nice and smooth too, what kind of pencil did you use?

    i demand to see more ^-^

    keep updating





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    foxy, you're too kind

    these are on rough newsprint pads, i used fat vine charcoal to mass in shapes, then came back in with the unwrappable 6b charcoal pencil for details, and then a compressed charcoal for the really black blacks.

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    Awesome!, I like the drawings and the sculpture alot, not much to say except I'd like to see stronger understanding of the shape of the nose. Your using value really well ! maybe theres some parts where you could go darker and others where you could leave stark white, for even more contrast, mainly for features and folds of skin that over lap.

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    Hey Exocutie.

    Good job on the maquette sculp. That is a pretty sweet piece. She is in a cool position and has a great expresion on her face. like she just did,is about to fuck shit up.

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    gruve24- thanks, im glad you like it i'll keep those pointers in mind

    insane visions- what did you call me?

    morgandesigns- hahah great, that's what i was going for!

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    Been lookin' through this sketchbook here, and I can only join the chorus of praise: great work! You're really good at capturing expressions and attitude, the linework is lovely, shading has good depth, the anatomy is spot on, though you can see a definite progression from the earlier stuff. Nothing bad I can put my finger on, since you're probly alot more knowledgeable about anatomy and composition and stuff than me. Love the self portrait, great expression and also nicely rendered hair in that one. Keep up the excellent work!

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    Those look awesome, love your self-portrait !

    Keep up the good work !


    Btw: you look cute, even in a bad mood

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    Heyy wow this is some nice stuff, i really dont know why i never checked up in here... Anyways id be happy to meet you in sf, and itd be great if you could help me find some art stores and such... seeing how i think ill have a bit of spending money... nice stuff in here! keep it up

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    Love this sketchbook Great studies, and good luck with that sculpture!

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    Thumbs up Charcoals, WOW!

    Hey, I was checking back in for the sculpy chick, which is looking mighty badass! But then your charcoals, holy crud!! You have definitely got it going on in the realism dept., I'll just go ahead and bow down...

    All look great, nice shadows and lights. But the best one is the self-portrait, it has the most distinct light/darks. The area around your nose where it's scrunched up is the best, it really makes the whole facial expression jump out for REAL! Freakin' amazing. The eyes there are great too.

    Whhyeah. Can't wait to see the sculpture with the drapery.

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    Thanks a lot for all the encouraging words I'm still settling down from the whole workshop thing... I'm glad i got to meet a bunch of you there

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    Hey was cool to meet you in SF, you got some sweet stuff, those head studies look awesome!

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    those heads are beautiful! Let's see some more!

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    hey guys, i'm still alive, so call off the search party

    thanks some_guy and quick_sketch too kind, too kind.

    here's some stuff i did lately, experimenting...

    got some brush pens of my own and played around. you fucks at the workshop bought out that damn japanese stationary store


    i let some random shapes turn into this. don't know exactly what's going on, but i know you want to have sex with her.


    got a bit of inspiration from a costume book and made my own twist, didn't really know what to do with the hands..


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    That brush pen drawing is noice, toight like a toiger. Really solid drawing and laying in of tones... play with that more, I think it suits you.

    I was one of the fucks who bought the shit outta some pens Had to get while the getting was good! Hope you're enjoying that lovely city of yours, I miss it out there.

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    Dayum! I'm mesmerised by that girl with the laptop. So simple, yet so effective! And that costumed lady is wicked. Love those feet!

    You ever gonna paint that sculpture you were toting around the workshop?

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    you fucks at the workshop bought out that damn japanese stationary store
    Hahahahaha!

    Flying costume girl is awsome!

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    Hey! Love your -girl in big and detailed costume- pic. Really nice.

    Keep it flowing!

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    Great work Yasmin. I'm kicking myself for not getting to look at all of this great stuff in person (yours and others) I guess it's impossible when you get like 300 great drawlers together for such a short time...

    Stuff that sticks out to me is that costume design and those prep sketches for the sculpey maquette. The costume is very unique but has a believable design because it's based in history. I'm a sucker for that stuff. Great solid forms and such - really like those head draws too.

    keep em coming

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    ah you moved your thread to section huh? the brush pen study looks good.. tombows? i like the drawing from the costume book, my kinda stuff.. keep practicing shadow shapes, values, etc. its a hard thing to pull off out of your head, so a lot of life study is needed

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    That Brush Pen Drawin is Top Notch! How did i not find this thread earlier. Your work is Super Rad.. Hopefully you'll update sooner than later , I'll check back ......soon

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    Don´t know how you did that sb,
    but it is simply fantastique one of my favourite,
    because of that mimic you catched
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    more please!

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    awesome brush pen stuff, that costume design is really cool too. looking forward to your next post.

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    looking good mate i really like that sculpt!

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    great portraits! i really like your work! .......

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    Holy Hell...goddamn....what?!

    Ok...wow...

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    really digging out your style puddy, just keep posting

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