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    Yeah christmas was good... Nice updates
    happy new year
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    Great torsos man. Anatomy is good for you!
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    dammm!!! your doing some serious strides here man!!
    keep this stuff UP!! and happy new year!!
    ill see ya later bro!

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    Cool studies IMO your bodies are a bit wide, but maybe it s me cause I like muscular but lean Keep up the good work
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    God work on the studies, dude (and the contrast).

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    bumskee: Min, thanks. Well, I've noticed that it's worth digging into
    New year, new battles. First one is against contrast After that I'll take on the colors color.

    dCepT: Thanks man, I can only say the same about you. After Praha and the weekend with Pernilla, what else can one do.
    Yeah, -06 will be a blast with loads of drawing (and painting).
    I've just discovered pastel
    Damn, that's just two weeks away

    Mindflaw: Gald to hear my friend. Same to you, hope you'll draw tons
    And post them

    Morbid: Anatomy is good for anyone. Thanks.

    maxetormer: You crazy party Mexican, thanks for bringing the party to my sb I'm not expecting anything less from you, man.
    I've seen what you can do Hope you'll have a wonderful year.

    fooxoo: Thanks. Maybe they are, never thought about it. I don't know if you mean those torso studies or on my chars. and creatures. I guess it's an habbit.

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    Edit: Sorry for the confussion. Dubble posted for some reason.

    Fellah: Sorry, for the confussion, damn you guys are fast. Anyways, thanks man.

    dCepT: Haha, your Kung Fu is fast.
    You was right, they were only around the corner.
    Some one of the GBG guys had room over, but I don't know how much. I have a sister living in GBG, so I guess we'll manage one way or the other

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    First update this year. A new year, time to go searching for schools... damn so much I still haven't put my teeths into. Better now or never.
    This first on is a thumb I tried to flesh out with some colors.
    P E N R :update may 2nd:
    P E N R :update may 2nd:
    P E N R :update may 2nd:

    Hugs!
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    Oh... bummer.... I was expecting some sketches.... hehe oh well.. I know they're not far off! I know.. I thought about that today as well... not more that two weeks... How are you guys going to sleep in GBG, btw? Hostel or hotel or something? PM me if you've got like a hostel or something in mind, 'cuz I'll join ya..

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    THERE we go! Art as well! Posting while I'm replying... sneaky sneaky

    Muscle studies are looking good, my man! The creature could use a little bit of atmospheric perspective from like..behind the ribcage and back, just to seperate the parts so to speak.. Looks a bit flat atm.. ok... I did a little paintover... hope you don't mind! There was a tangent (remember Mike Hussar talking about that?) going on with the ear and the leg as well... I've pointed it out in the paintover..

    P E N R :update may 2nd:

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    dude, dude, dude, dude, duuuuuuuuuuude...this is where the shit is at!

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    Yo mate, I'll give you one time before I head out - and i know its something to be said about "fast and expressive" but contrary to that, while you are still developing keep in mind this: slow, controlled and measured - this is how your strokes should be, never "throw" things down, place it down and know why you are doing so, have a reason behind every stroke, and if it doesn't have a meaning erase it.

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    Hello, Pencilator ! Wanted to thank you for posting all these great anatomy studies. I didn't see all the threads, but from what I saw I think you drew the biggest and variest collection of different muscles and their positions in space, And they have very clear and beautiful execution. I'm looking a lot at your studies, and I think this clear execution goes from a clear understanding of how they work. So, respect from me and many thanks, because I use your analysis.

    I wanted to tell you that it's a shame that you don't do more watercolors, pastel and I'm not even sure what kind of medium this is. Just I think these are outstanding, sense of colors are unusual and beautiful:

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v7...ticolorman.jpg (WOW, awesome!!! do something like this more,and with ink too!!!! And i like the concept too, I mean the first image). If you are interested to work more on it I see a very beautiful style developing here.

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v7...morefinish.jpg I know it's digital, but still it has the same new and fresh feeling.

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v7.../happymeal.jpg ( again, the same great color combination and ink. Wish you did more like this one )

    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...c%20thingy.jpg ( the sketch is wonderful, and I like this orange coloring. very nicely painted. So my point is work with colors more, it's a very stong side in you, in my opinion.


    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v7...r/Dopearms.jpg That's a great drawing, nothing to add or remove, Ok, maybe watercolor version would be nice to see too. or digital, but not too heavy.

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v7...ator/Fishy.jpg As I often come to the conclusion, the most beautiful things are very simple. The fish looks very harmonic.

    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...oad/lizard.jpg (this one is raw, in my opinion, but if you add some black ink lines and contrast, it will be so great!)

    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...Cardinalis.jpg Great, great, great! You should've developed it more, such a well thought out image. Funny and strange, and execution is wonderful.

    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...k%20doodle.jpg I like this one for strange effect it creates in my brains.

    All your inks are something special, I wish you do more of them, as bumskee told me once: " Image, you carry in your mind and never transfer to the paper, is nonexisting image." Not word by word, but something like that. I remember I was arguing with him, that I'm still working, thinking abot the future drawing, but technically he is right. So this is very nice ink:
    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...d/fishhead.jpg

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v7...Salamander.jpg (It's a beauty, I love it so much, I saved it, OK?)

    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...,rythm,own.jpg
    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...tomy,rythm.jpg Very nice clean studies.

    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...gedfriend2.jpg Good feeling of motion.

    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v7...llScreamer.jpg that's very beautiful, smooth lines. Very pleasant to observe.

    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...ad/Glowman.jpg interesting experiment with BG, I love things like that.

    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...ale%20copy.jpg Very beautiful digital rendering, and I like the concept a lot, would be great in Chow or Cow

    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...ad/Elisker.jpg Very interesting and disgusting looking warts. good imagination.

    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...lmostwrong.jpg You know, I think, your portraits so far are a bit stiff, like you don't feel as inspired drawing them, as when you draw figures ( I might be wrong), but this one is very interesting. Human emotion, very truthful, so I like this portrait

    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...ad/mr.crow.jpg Awesome image, just great, nothing to crit, only I wish you do it in colors, in this very careful manner.

    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...d/mindcept.jpg Looks interesting, in my opinion.

    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...ad/bwdemon.JPG I like it as some kind of a design.

    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...m_forehand.jpg
    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...y_hand_col.jpg Great hands studies.

    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...rso_muscle.jpg
    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklu...atomy_back.jpg
    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklund/scan/10.jpg/ Beautiful torsos
    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklund/scan/11.jpg/ All the anatomy studies from the last page are great. very useful and beautiful.


    All skulls, all inks

    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklund/scan/31.jpg/ Nice everyday's life sketch

    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklund/scan/44.jpg/ Very cool.

    http://www.folkbildning.net/~pricklund/scan/34.jpg/ Very interesting portrait too, You like extreme, don't you .

    Well, it's actually a lot of your art that I like. You are a wonderful artist. So I look forward to see more of your new art. I use a lot of your well thought out and cleared by you information. I apologize for the long reply, it's just you have a lot of drawings here, the book is pretty big. I didn't mean to.
    This rating system annoys me, it doesn't work in both meanings.
    Thanks
    Sveta Dudetta
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    dCepT: Thanks for the slap in my face man. I needed that. How could I forget what Hussar told me
    Nice of you to spend the time pointing it out. Seems like I rushed my speedie a little to much

    blog: Haha, thanks man, nice of you to drop by.

    Magic Man: You're giving a excellent crit here. Made me think, thanks.
    Some thing i should have in mind a little bit more often. I've heard this from other people before, it's so easy for these things to slip my mind. Just have to make them to good habbits I guess

    sve: You can't guess how happy I am to get one of your famous posts in my sb. You're one of those who's not afraid to post what they think. Keep on doing it.
    I must say that these last posts really made me stop and think. And your's made me go through my whole sb and re-reading all the crits I've gotten from people. Some are coming back from time to time, others I've just forgotten about. So thanks for spending the time and going through my sb
    And those things you wrote about my coloring, made want to paint more.

    Didn't have time to draw as much as usual. But here is todays anatomy studie.
    P E N R :update may 2nd:

    Hugs!

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    haha, you keep pumping this thread like a dopehead keeps pumping his arms.

    Väldigt snygga anatomistudier, önskar jag tog mig mera tid åt såna också numera, blir mest kludd för mig.. blähää.. haha
    Kul att du söker till konstskola för övrigt, jag har dock några år till på mig innan jag tänker börja kolla upp skolor på allvar. Men tänkt försöka ta dig upp till konstfack senare om möjligheterna finns? jag har själv funderat på det.
    fortsätt posta!

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    hey nice anatmy studies. Do you draw very loosely at first to be able to erase or do you go for the kill at once?

    keep going
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    Oh shit...

    I think I have never visited your SB! And now I don´t have time to look at it properly. So I will come back, just came in to tell you that.

    See you later, Pencilator
    om i stund, Pricklund!!!
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    Tigermjölk: It's fun to hear that you're aiming high, I wish I started with that earlier, to much with all the schools right now. What I'm looking at now are some fine art schools. But it ain't gonna be konstfack.
    Anyways thanks for dropping, just stay cool, and keep steady

    Mindflaw. Sometimes when I feel secure about the line, I go for the kill at first try. But most of the time I try to keep it loose and steady. But it's good training to get it on the first kill.

    Hiipi: Hey there you crazy blond
    Nice to see you dropping in. You know, I'll keep you to that now

    I've been sick for some days now, been having a fewer and constant headaches, and I must say, it's bloody hard to draw when you can keep focus for more than ten minutes at the time. But today I managed to slipp away from my mighty headache keeper and got a few quality hours

    P E N R :update may 2nd:
    Used a statue made by Robert Bodem as ref for this one.
    (Thinking is to much sometimes )

    Hugs!

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