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    Pan's Sketchbook

    Ok, here I go. This is going to be my daily sketchbook thread, but since I'm just starting out, I'll post some things from the last month or so (a few of these are from about January or so, but nothing older than that).

    I'm really envious of the artists I see who seem so motivated that they draw tirelessly everyday with enthusiam. I seem to have lost some of my own enthusiam along the way (college and work and so on), so starting now, I'm going to work to get my drive back.

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    Really nice work. The feeling of the moment(or of your mind) seems captured in your work, wich is (to what i learned till now) the most important thing. My favorites are on color paper with white highlights. I wish I could draw caracters and anatomy like those!

    We started our sketchbook thread at the sametime, that's stupid but that's the reason why i'll follow it with interest
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    this stuff is nice. nice lines, nice costumes, nice poses... nice.nice nice.

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    Wow, you've got some great stuff going on here man, where'd you go to school (I assume an art school)? Kinda tough to crit, but if I were to suggest something it would be to push your values a bit more. Also the one guy you have seems a little rushed in comparison to the rest. Your females are all well done and those hand studies are spot-on. Keep posting man.

    Also on the enthusiasm, I also tend to lack that real energy when I first start, kinda have to drag myself to the art desk. But once I build up a little momentum, I'm usually able to get it going. The right tunes help a bit too. Good Luck.
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    Nice. I really like the way you draw females. You have good creativity, too. As with just about everyone, more life studies will make improvement. Sorry I don't anything else to add, good work.
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    Dude, I love your sketches, some really fantastic stuff.




    But you've forgotton something! TODAY'S SKETCH!

    Our group gotta rock it, and it comes down to posting, come on now.
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    The pics are looking good i understand what it feels like to get cought up in a busy life and not get a chance to draw.
    If i shoot the J then its "Good"



    please hit up the SKETCHBOOK
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    Yeah man, post already!
    But anyways, I really dig the sketches so far. I'll try to force some crits outta me... On the very first sketch, I think you portray her face to be much too triangular/wedge-shaped. HER left eye wouldn't be that squashed, as well as her right eye not being so far to her right. Remember that there is usually one eye-space inbetween the two eyes. As you turn the head more towards a profile view, that space becomes smaller and smaller. Try and remember that.
    Keep up the good work.
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    Odds, HugeHarHar - Haha, great job you guys. Thanks for the prodding. It's just before midnight where I am but I'll try to post earlier.

    SeraphSword- Tunes are essential; I have my iTunes on almost nonstop As for school, I went to Moore College of Art in Philadelphia. I majored in Illustration but I've been slacking off in the years that I graduated, so time to step it up. Thanks for the crits and for iniating the Sketch Support groups.

    So thanks for the comments everyone. I really want to step up my game here, so every little bit helps. Here are my sketches for today.

    A self portrait (about an hour) and some quick figure sketches from reference.

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    Whoa, those figure studies flow well. I would keep an eye on a slight drop in confidence in the groin area, as those ares seem to be the sketchiest. The self-portrait, basically, it a bit wonky about where the bottom of the nose meets the rest of the face. Too flat in the edge it makes, which makes the mouth and all of the area below the nose look like it's too far into the face.
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    nice stuff. what brush do you use in painter?
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    whoa. impressive, and you look beautiful in that sp..
    the ONLY thing i have to crit on this post is the width of the woman's waist in the top-middle drawing. even if it is the realistic proportion, i think that you could've pushed the waist/buttox a little further. keep it up, and we'll keep critting.
    BTW; sorry for referring to you as "man" in my previous post. never again, never again...
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    Very cool, like those figure drawings, and that SP looks pretty good. Looks like you've got a chip on your shoulder about somethin' (If it was those "man" comments I apologize, just another chauvinist pig here ).

    I agree on the iTunes. iTunes on my comp, iPod when I'm at the drawing board, I'm useless without music.
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