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  1. #183
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    Ello sprinklers. I haven't quit yet. I talk too much though so from now on less blabbing, more...bldrawing. Now with added acrylic paint splatters.

    Griff update, on home stretch?
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    Brainspew.
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    Cruddy gestures. Doggy guest-stars.
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    Loomis legs.
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    And again.
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    Acrylics x 4. Rough as guts but we gotta start somewhere.
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    wow ive been away for a while - you've got some really lovely stuff going on here, really great animals and figures too, and the digis are looking sweet as well!

    so much loveliness i am hard pressed to crit anything

    damn, i better get my game face on and start actually doing my new years resolutions of drawing every day again

    thx 4 the inspiration boost! ;-)

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  4. #185
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    those studies are intense, i dig the roughish work that a lot of people get from acrylics, it's really expressive, the colors are looking nice in the last skyscape.

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  5. #186
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    Yo! I am happier and happier with the fact that I was allowed to join this ssg, the more I browse you guy's sb's!

    You have awsome studies. Very good. I enjoy them a lot. Your imagination stuff is quite good to. I am especially awed by that last griffin. Wow.

    I look forward to revisiting, see you around.

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  6. #187
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    Uni started a few weeks ago, have been working on assignments However here I am again, like a demented boomerang.
    SSG peoples, good to see a new blood group forming here, I'll get right on to checking out everyone's new work

    So! I went a-sketching with rodrigo on the weekend, so here's my stuff from the day! Damn people never sit still for long.
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    I would have like to have finished this (I was drawing the statues in the big Hyde Park fountain) but it started raining. Boo!
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    more DUMP - FEB -> March

    Doggie!
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    Treeblokes...
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    Arms from head.
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    I vow to hang around here more often now, I keep falling off of the twig in terms of drawing :/

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  7. #188
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    ahh the statue.. good old times..

    love the arm stuff from head, they look really good! the dog loooks errm feral.

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  8. #189
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    It is hard to sketch people when you are out and about. Usually you have about twenty seconds to get something down (if you are lucky). I'm sure that there is something that can be learned from this sort of excersise but I don't know what. Looks like you were doing a good job and getting lots of information down before you subjects shifted position. Good work.

    Your figure work is very nice, I'm envying your fluid linework. Your capturing the flow well.

    Your dogs are wicked. Reminds me I'm supposed to be working on an attack mutt for Aztc. I'm terrible with animal anatomy, since I rarely draw them.

    Cool tree creature design,

    and finally Arms! I don't know why but I love the way arms are constructed. I need to start breaking the body down and working on individual parts the way you are. Those arms are quite nice, I like them.

    Update more often man!

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  9. #190
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    those dogs are great, that's a pretty sweet stature too, there's just a minotaur fight going on in the middle of town.

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    ooo but i do love this sketchbook. Really great, fun stuff in here. Lots of progress and some really cool concepts and what not. I'm proud to say I'm in a ssg with you.

    Keep up the great work.

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    Doodles all from Semipermanent. I've drawn more in these 3 days than the last 3 weeks, it seems.

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    Morning on day 2...
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    Last sketchpage before I went out.
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    I went to the aquarium today - saw some nice reef sharks and Australian fur seals, attempted to do some gestures but the darn critters move too fast!
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    ur getting a nice loose confidence in your lines matey, looking nice

    the fang-y dog is top!

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    really nice anatomy and anamal studies, keep up the good work

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    Ditto to what rex said about your lines. Working from reference is helping you to stay loose.

    lets see some more updates!

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