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    man i wish i could do 5-10 sec hands.i end up spending too much time on mine.yours are looking very promising.The ps girl needs a dark background with some blue maybe? u suck. -_-

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    By blend I mean with anything really. Just find a medium that smudges well, render in the style you usually do then just smudge the dark areas so the lines/hatching dissappears (don't smudge the edges though, use a mask if you have to).

    The flower piece is a nice creative realease. Creative release is something that I think helps alot once your fed up with the manometry of doing studies. Which, by the way, your progresing through amazingly well and remind me of my own need for visual anatomical knowledge.

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    Nice updates, I see some improvement!
    The hands are getting better as we go, I certainly like this bunch most
    http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y13...ou/0902076.jpg
    great hands!
    Keep it up, and keep using references to build up a good visual library!

    ~Dile

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    I like your DP but in traditional you must work with anatomy and proportions and .. some cool style ... work work buddy

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    looking good! maybe sketches are a bit rushed, but its great to see your doing some practice...as dile said rferenced drawing will help you build a visual library.But remember you have to alwasy keep an eye on the underlying structure of each element, so take out the Loomis books and practice building up shapes thru simple shapes and adding detail

    keep up the good work!

    ciao

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    Throwin down an update I see. Good stuff you've got going brother. I really like the girl coming out of the flower. I think if you were able to incorporate some of the floral effect into the dress, it might have a very direct literal translation. Keep on drawing and keeping my ass on track as to the Academic.

    Later

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    MUNIZ: thanks, ill try to work more on the dress.
    TheGnoll: yeah, i tend to rush, ill try more basic shapes construction
    designboot: thanks, ill do it
    Dile_: thanks, ill keep pumpin
    Adam.Katsaros: aha, no i havenmt done that, ill try it thou
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    heres more bullshit from today:









    cheers

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    sup dude, Im guessing most of your portrait drawings are from ref right? I suggest trying to draw more faces from life, I know people say it all the time but it really does help alot.

    I noticed when you render all your lines tend to go in one direction. Why not have a go at directional shading (following the shapes of the face) This might help bring out more forms, or it may not. Try it out either way. Also Tighter rendering dude

    Form, Form, Form, Form, Form, Form, Form, Form, Form, Form.
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    Hey Waka, thanks for the comment!

    http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y13...ou/1002078.jpg
    I really like this one, Nice to see you working harder now!
    thats what gonna lead you anywhere, no 10 minutes a day, try to get down 2-4 hours a least !! everyday! Then you are in safe-zone and can improve quicker!
    Keep it up, last update is an improvement!

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    man is this steven seagal ??? http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y13...ou/1002074.jpg haha ace man some nice drawings oh and i this this one rox also http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y13...ou/1002077.jpg keep up the hard work and it will pay off

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    Lets get those hands interacting with objects. Im sick of seeing them just grasping air! I belive a hand holding a cube, sphere, pryamid and cylinder would be a good start.

    You have a nice rythm to your portraits too which is something thats very marketable.

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    Sup babe
    http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y13...ou/1002077.jpg <-- tight stuff! Best one in the post IMO.

    Sorry I didn't have the time to answer yesterday, something came up.

    I gotta agree with previous posters, draw from life and try to nail down basic shapes. I get the feeling you're drawing what you see and don't understand the underlying structure. I'd like to see more full body renders, you have to practice to balance the weight of a character. Not only "flying faces"

    Keep working man, you have to.

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    Real good sketches u got going lately, but i love the digi colour piece the most. I think you should keep messing about with ur tablet and ps. N1.

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    Nice stuff, teeth are still a little flat though Keep them coming

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    You are a drawing fiend. Lovin it!! The portraits are great. I'd love to see one of them to completion. And yes I'll try to get on some enviros

    Laters

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    Hey! Good stuff! Like I said on msn.. your digi stuff is picking up speed, it seems... and the pencils are getting tighter.. Critwise, I agree with MorteM... practice a bit underlying structure... it'll help you a lot!

    d-C

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    dCepT: thanks, will do some anatomy soon
    MUNIZ: thanks, althou i need to do more
    Jove: more on teh go
    Cold: more ps will come
    MorteM: more shit will come from life. o.o
    Adam.Katsaros: heres a try, didnt work
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    Dude... you need to stop putting yourself down... you are improving... be critical of your own work, but don't put yourself down all the time. Keep doing your studies, and be patient about your shading

    d-C

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    hey mancool update! allways with the studies nice to see hehe u should try out what mr man said earlier with the directional shading ! anyways nice update im diggin the hands keep up the hard work and HAVE CONFIDENCE MAN! ur alot better than u think

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    hehehe its not shit, its quite good really....rendering is improving, and construction is too.Work on simmetry too

    always double check what you do by flipping it horizontally, spot the errors and try to correct them, it will help you improve

    keep sharing

    ciao

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    No more biceps for you sir. At least go for the whole upper body, don't think you'll benefit from drawing 'details' that much. Slow down when rendering, it seems you're in a hurry and you shouldn't be when rendering. Give it time!

    Keep working, can tell progress in the last post.

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    Glad to see you're keeping up with the studies. You can see a steady improvement already.

    I like the last few muscles/value studies.

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    Really nice update! I told you what i thought on msn, just though I come by here and bump your book lol
    Keep it up, you are making progress!

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    draw draw draw

    you have some problems with anatomy, and your renderings, especially with traditional art - but I like to see people sweat to get better; and this I like about this SB.

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    take your time, put hours into a drawing!
    you are not allowed to post a sketch unless it has 2 hours in the bank

    cheers!


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    The hands look good, if not exactly on the anatomy the fact that they are interacting with objects gives them a whole new dynamic. I mean when I look at the page of clinder holders it looks almost like a still frame animation!

    Keep at it, your lines look like they are flowing well. Just start thinking proportions of the hand and get the anatomy correct (use a grid if you have to or just draw the bones).

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    Waka my man. It's not the worst shit ever if you're still drawing. It's great that your practicing regardless. One suggestion that I have is to start the sketches with a series of lighter lines, maybe even contours and then darken up on the lines that look or feel more correct. We all committ to lines that we know are a little off. Keep at it, and most of all keep posting!!
    You just need a few SUPERSETS!

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    Lose the attitude As long as your sketching you are improving, period. So keep us posted and we'll give you pointers when we can, every piece you do don't have to be a masterpiece as long as you learned something while doing it, I'm constantly throwing myself into the stuff I do worst and it's really paying of

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    like Muniz said keep up the life drawings. that page with eyes is really nice.

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    chilijapones: thanks man
    Jove: thanks man, ill try
    MUNIZ: super set it is! ;D
    Adam.Katsaros: thanks
    hurricane: will do, not this time
    dan liimatta: i will, thanks
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    MorteM: ok, no buffed for a while
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    Razorb: thanks mr progamer :d
    Dcept: ok ;D

    heres more stuff. including some thumbs for class









    cheers

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