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    Crits Please on my sketches

    I live in the us and im 16. Im going to start posting everything please gimme c+c cause who doeasn't need help.

    this was drawn in class.....english class that is
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    watercolored scetch

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    ill try to add as often as possible
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    Post up sone life drawings. Looks like you have a somewhat firm grip on prespective, and your folds look close to accurate, specially on the biker guy's pants.
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    Ok i am starting to be a little mor real if you know what i mean i just draw these out of enjoyment for animated style.

    here something i was messing around in gimp

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    my scanner cannot scan my light pencil drawing (its just cuts them like in half) so ill have to darken them a little before i put them on so here some watercolors

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    page of sketch book

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    i can always use crits!
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    I cant do watercolor worth crap. I really like the bush and the door. Still not many crits to give. Just keep practicing!
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    haha alrighty thanks. ill start working on some more life pics while continuing to post other pics i have.
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    hey man. great ideas/concepts. but, as many people that are starting off in drawing, you need to work on your anatomy and "drawing" skills in general. by drawing skills i mean observation and hand-eye coordination skills. you can improve both of these at the same time by drawing from life atleast an hour a day. this will always help your drawings. also, pick up some books about anatomy, as well as sign up for some life/figure drawing courses! keep up the good work.
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    Ive been drawing for a while and like i said this are just some fun concepts. And i am gonna start drawing more life pics although i have to admit i find these more interesting...Thanks for the comments though.
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    here another idea for the dragon head.

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    I like that dragon head. Wish it weren't on paper with lines, though.
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    Thank you haha yea that is one of the disadvantages about drawing in class.... its hard to carry one of my sketchbooks in class and not get caught drawing. I just kind of added to that thing all day.

    Here are a couple o pen drawings i know the jester guys face is a little weird. But that is one of the disadvantages of pen you can't go back and fix stuff very easily. My scanner butchers these detailed pen drawings though.

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    here some more but man my scanner is craptapulous the shadiing on the little guy is just killed by it but gimme crits.

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    coloring practice........cause i really need it.

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    well besides the need to improve on your anatomy skills i noticed that you only draw profile and head on views. i would try some 3/4 veiws.
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