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    Me again. I wish you finished to draw her arm hanging with no will. I think it would add more to the emotion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sve
    Do you know some kind of a secret how to catch the deep stage of a dream in a drawing ? It's obvious you can shoot a cannon under her ear - she will not let it to bother her one little bit . That's probably because all her muscles are relaxed. I like how you draw child's body, very believable. How about to draw the same scene with different tools? Some pen, a marker, watercolors? Would love to see it. You have a very good eye.
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    When you are so fond of your subject, the best can be easily brought out.

    I'll use a different medium sometime I guess, but I lack some materials right now heh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sve
    Me again. I wish you finished to draw her arm hanging with no will. I think it would add more to the emotion.
    Sveta
    yeah, same here. I actually couldnt see it from my view point. Ill keep stuff like that in mind for the future.
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    Me again. Don't want to be annoying but why don't you add some environment around her. And maybe try to develop it into a painting or a bigger size drawing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sve
    Me again. Don't want to be annoying but why don't you add some environment around her. And maybe try to develop it into a painting or a bigger size drawing.
    Sveta
    that would be nice, but it wasnt exactly my goal. I treated it as just a simple sketch just to keep me from getting rusty. Maybe next time.
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    like your mom sketch and the last one with your sis..the monster thingie is kinda cool...keep those up..do you paint in oil?
    my new site, is crazy stuff but is my own space, I can say whatever!! hehe:
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    Quote Originally Posted by the_allejo05
    like your mom sketch and the last one with your sis..the monster thingie is kinda cool...keep those up..do you paint in oil?
    i wish...i only have experience with acrylics. its a bit pricey these days, but i hope to do some painting someday. Im just so focused on drawing right now.

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    Hey mate, thanks for posting, returning the favour!

    I really like your lifestudys, perspective and had stuff!
    One thing that caught my eye though, is your use of a "solid" shadow/rendering in alot of your drawings, in most cases it seems, to contrast your figures from the white of the paper. We can see that you have very carefully studied your subjects and drawn them with feeling and sensetivety, and the unfortunatly just a done a quick last min. shading, and I reckon that kinda saps the energy and love you just spent hours on doing.
    Id rather see your beautiful sketches without the harsh "lump" singlevalue backgrounds/renderings!

    Keep up the good work!
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    Take Mentler's advice

    yes ! I am Pinoy! Why? just kidding...
    I saw your drawings it looks pasado na. Practice ka lang... Mentler was right na huwag kang matatakot. You must take his advice super galing si Mentler respetado ko siya.
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    yo, i really like your life sketchs, they are coming along well, the persective drawings look quite good too. And maybe you could carry on with those hand studies, so keep on posting!
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    what can I say... it is.. great
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    nice studies and sketches, I dig it, I dig it!
    you have skill for shadow and light. I like the studies you´ve done on those hands and eyes ( from book?) .
    yeah yeah yeah.

    and by the way , don´t have any figure drawings , sold and or I gave everything away. I´ll go and check my studio someday if there´s something left but don´t think so.
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    Push those values, my friend. I love that dead sea creature DSG. Fantastic!

    Push!
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