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    Hey an update I like the latest figures. Are they from memory? If so, you have skills, but either way they're great. I'll have to look at your webcomic sometime too. Keep up the good work.

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    Some cool stuff you've got here. The Loomis study is excellent. If there's one thing though, on the one rendered drawing, the shades are a bit light - something I'm a guilty offender on as well. Though you seem to be going for somewhat darker in the later sketches - which is great. Solid work.

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    hi sara-san..

    just stopping by to say hi to a fellow SSG and also to tesst that the links in my signature are working. I'll be back later to check out your stuff.

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    nice
    Though the guy seems a bit too long and the girls face seems squashed.
    Otherwise its good

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    Dan- No reference used on those.. did that while watching a chess tournament... Though my webcomic is sooo not this type of art. ^^ I cheat a LOT with it.

    DarkArts-Yea, I'm trying to work on the shading a bit more... my sketchbook gets smudgy, so I'm working a bit more on bristol.. need to post pictures for that one though.

    CharcoalArtist-Heya! Welcome to the group!

    Profil- Yea, they are. I did that intentionally. The man is a scientist for a comic I'll be doing that get's continually worn down. I think the anguished effect is best achieved (in this particular comic) through making him look longer to emphasis the perpetual wasting away bit. The woman was done to provide contrast.

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    Whoooo posting twice this week. I'm on a roll.. would have been 3, but my scanner wasn't working.

    Hands, used my own left one as a ref. I know the hand gripping the pencil is wonky.


    Random male body that I did in class today (hence, no genitalia) no ref. On looking at it, I seem to have made the torso/waist area a bit more feminine than I should have.


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    good work on those last hands, seems to me that the thumb mass could be a little bigger on some of them. the figure with no ref is pretty good, although i think the chest on the side of the lifted arm would not go unto the underarm but connect to the shoulder muscle.

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    Hey, the hands are good. Hands are really hard to draw, so don't be discouraged if you don't like them, just keep practicing!

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    Charcoal: Thanks, you're most definately right
    Dan: ^_^ thanks for the encouragement.

    No reference, done freehand (which is why the bricks are slanted). I luff teh homeless.


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    I especially like your figure drawings. I notice you're having a small amount of difficulty with hands, keep at it!

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    I like the bricks actually, I think that having the main character off center would help the composition (not that I know much about it). keep it up

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    Hmm, the last drawing is good, but it would be so much better with more contrast =P , try pulling out the old number 6B or so and put some darks in there. It's just a little hard to tell what's what. Good luck.

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    Nice hand studies I can see there is some difficulty there with foreshortening - I guess the best way to fix that is to do some other hand poses, with fingers mainly towards you. At least, I think that's what helped me

    Oh, and listen to Dan. The man's right about the 6B.

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    Keep at it, ima watchin youuuu!

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    poo bear my little poo bear where are yoooouuuu

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    ^_^ Finally Got something posted. Sorry Guys! Finals week. Should be muuuuuch better soon.

    I noticed that the torso may be too small. And I cut it off at the ankle... arrrg hate when I do that. No ref though

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    Keep up with the figure drawing. Love the hands and the male figure. The last one looks like it just needs a little more time. Keep up the good work though.

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    The last one is great, the foreshortening on the left leg is good. Pose looks very natural as well. I'd love to see more tradition studies though I'm going to keep bugging you on that until you do =P

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    Work on line quality, focus on the big shapes and work your way down!

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    YAY. Boredom.. I know the anatomy for the Cheshire Cat Lady (Far left) is quite off.. but.. yea.
    ALICE IN WONDERLAND.


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    The last one is really cool, it's really strange (which is good!) Can't wait to see more!

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    I enjoy your work my favorite piece here is the bum on the ground it has much character. My suggestion to you would be to add more variation in your pencil shading. Maybe try to add a little detail as more.

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    I really like the last one. Would like it to be more finished. Otherwise I canīt crit because it is stylised so.

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    Please post! I am awaiting an update from you =P

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    mmyep, all done.. ugh. work sucks. sucking up my life
    anyway, cheshire cat, more realistic?


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    The latest cheshire cat is much better than the previous one, she just doesn't look as cat-like. Watch out for her spine and limbs, they look a little too straight and rigid. Still an improvement over the last one though, keep up the nice work.

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    Uaggggahaksdthad.

    head. done in 5 min.


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    Though that last one was done quickly, watch the placement of the features. Some parts like the mouth and chin area seem a bit off. Good work though.

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    the eyes are way too apart on the last one.
    Looking good otherwise, think about what dan said etc.

    Edit: it should be about an eye apart between the eyes. the eyes should start where the nose wing ends. (dunno if thatīs the thing about asians though)

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