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    some sketches and a WIP-- update 30-03-05

    here something im still working on
    tips hints an tricks very welcome
    some sketches and a WIP-- update 30-03-05


    some sketches and a WIP-- update 30-03-05

    and a a bunch on one page
    some sketches and a WIP-- update 30-03-05

    some quickly colored for the sake of fun
    some sketches and a WIP-- update 30-03-05
    some sketches and a WIP-- update 30-03-05


    C&C welcome! very welcome

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    hmm no one.. well here is another one not finished

    some sketches and a WIP-- update 30-03-05

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    free your hand then your mind!

    No lack of imagination and your colours on the first piece are lovely and smooth, what did you use for that?
    You need to work on anatomy a lot more because the poses look quite bland and flat. Also i think you would benefit from trying to loosen up your drawing style maybe i'm wrong but it looks like you draw over-carefully and it looks like it takes you a while. Drawing loosly and not rushing in to the fine design of a character will allow your characters to become more open to chandes which will be for the better and easier to revise. Try laing down some basic shapes of colour first and then sculpting it like clay or chipping away at it like carving. Hope that helps! Keep it up dude.

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    eey thx allot.. yeah im sketching allot lately to try improve myself.. (anatomy and stuff like that).. i have a very shaky hand.. so thats really a prob.. hmm but im workin on it.. dont get me wrong its no excuse.. lot of people have it.. im jsut learning to controll it XD.. glad u like my stuff hehe

    here´s another one
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    shaky hands ain't a problem when drawing, i actrually have really shaky hands alot due to forgetting to eat (which i do alot) and it dosn't really impact my drawings. i agree though ANATOMY. also figuring out a "building" method that works for you is a must.

    "it's the pigs turn now to try the cross
    SLIT THIER SOFT WHITE UNDERBELLIES... LET 'EM KNOW WHO'S BOSS
    the pigs are gonna taste the knife - 10050 CIELO DRIVE" -JGT
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    yeah as i said.. its no excuse.. but im a slow drawer.. then it does bother a liltle but nevermind.. i did some other thing..
    some sketches and a WIP-- update 30-03-05

    inspired by a drawing on this section .. but not used as ref or anything.. just when i saw it.. an idea slipped in my head

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