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    cool sketches man. nothin like some good old babes and swords. i love #69, that was pretty funny, heh. i'd recommend trying to follow the contours of the body and making your lines follow that instead of just hatching all in one direction or something. i think it'll help these drawings alot. take it easy man

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    Pesmerga, Thanks, I like the cool weapon designs on your site. Why not post them in a sketchbook here? It's a much better site I think.

    character, Thanks, nice penwork in your sketchbook. Imaginative and free, I really like it.

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    Yo, sup? Dude, I really like the last one. I have always been drawn to earth tones and this last one just screams them. Nice use of the white pencil to generate the lighting bright spots. Kudos on this one man.

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    hylandr2, Thanks just trying something different.

    This is #71 re done with "Darkwash". If you havn't used it I reccomend it highly it's loads of fun. It's just like a graphite pencil, but it's water soluable so you can draw, erase whatever and then go over it with a brush and a little water to blend it out. Really cool.
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    #100 Whoohoo!!
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    Hey man, awesome pose for the last sketch. Those fingers came out beautifully.

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    Very nice. You seem to have the flow of body down pretty well, but I've noticed that a lot of these girls look unnatural. The breasts seem to be too much like stiff circles, whereas they should not look so harsh. But perhaps you like that unnatural look? Or mayhap that after so many years of waking up naked in the morning I've never bothered to realize how awkward my own body is compared to the norm. So my reference might be wrong, but the girls still look stiff. Also in a few pictures a few extremeties look detached and awkward, not exactly fitting in the body.
    Your work is great, nontheless. Keep it up.

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    darkchild, Thanks

    the patient, I'm not sure exactly what you're saying, but you're probably right. After all it's the nature of mistakes that we dont realize we're doing them. I'm not intentionally going for any particular look, but I have used mostly swimwear and underwear catalogues for refference on most of these so they are going to be similar in that way.
    ...Of course if you really wanted to help a guy out you could send along a few of your own photos that um...illustrate your point? No? Can't fault a guy for trying.

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    #103 from #42 think I'll give her a horse.
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    This is # 82 with changes. It's been suggested that I throw in a little bit of background. So here you go, a very little bit of background.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilead
    I'm not intentionally going for any particular look, but I have used mostly swimwear and underwear catalogues for refference on most of these so they are going to be similar in that way.
    Gilead, if you are looking for woman references, there is a site called www.mc-nudes.com, which if you sort through some of the pics, some of the them have the ladies in some very sexy, sensual and tasteful body positions which may add some new life into the pics. Take a look, toss and bad and keep the good. Its just a thought.

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    hylandr2, Thanks, there's lots of pics available on the web, but the catalogues I've been using have 3 advantages
    1. they send them to me for free. I actually don't know why.
    2. I can carry them around in my sketchbook.
    3. I can have them out on the table at Carl's Jr. without getting arrested.
    I just wish they'd pose swimsuit models in realistic combat poses with medieval weapons. Is that too much to ask?

    This is a complete re-make of #95 which I never liked all that much. It's not finished yet, but it's all I have to show for now. Pen and ink may be a thing of the past, but I always liked it and was never all that good at it so I'm gonna' try to learn. I figure I can try all kinds of stuff with this because I really dont care whether I screw it up or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gilead
    hylandr2, Thanks, there's lots of pics available on the web, but the catalogues I've been using have 3 advantages
    1. they send them to me for free. I actually don't know why.
    2. I can carry them around in my sketchbook.
    3. I can have them out on the table at Carl's Jr. without getting arrested.
    I just wish they'd pose swimsuit models in realistic combat poses with medieval weapons. Is that too much to ask?
    I hadn't considered that. I do most of my sketching on my bistro at home. But I like the mobile idea. If I come up with any catalogs with a wider array of poses that can blend in on a burger joint table, I'll be sure to let you know. I have a quest now....

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    Ok
    This is actually from last December. It's in charcoal an is a bit too large for the scanner.
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