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    Voice; thanks , not sure what you mean ;D

    was supposed to d ouni work, got cought up in this instead, lost track of time aswell, so i have no clue how long it took. and i used some el coro graphics for the bg.
    can anyone guess who it is supposed to be?
    even thou the scan is shit



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    much much better update the last one that is hehe MORE OF THEM!! dunno who tis tho

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    wow wow wow!! The last one really really kickass! shit thats a HUGE jump in the very right direction !
    Keep doing pics like that one, its awesome man!

    edit: razorb... Pdiddy ^^

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    the lighting in the last piece is really nice! I think you should do more with a dramatic lighting like that

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    the shadow figure from the other post is prolly my fav of the bunch. the lighting works really well there,and it's mysterious enough to keep me coming back. somehow dramatic aswell.

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    Carnifex: cool, im glad you liked it
    smellykitty: thanks, heres another one
    Dile_; thanks
    Razorb: cool bro


    heres one from today, used some el coro designs again for the background.
    dunno the time,. 2 hours probably

    guess who


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    another v good mate keep up that quality ! same guy ?

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    some strange warping in figures suggest you should work more on the actual figure contruction...get the basics right before moving on to rendering

    apart from that, you're doing very well, you're working hard, and it shows...keep pumpin'!

    ciao

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    yay for pumping!, keep pumping dude!

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    YEEEAAAAHHH!!! Thats more like it. Keep it up

    Note to self: START DRAWING FROM LIFE!!

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    Waka my man. Nice little batch of new stuff you've got rollin on the SB. Looking forward to some colors and polishing. Keep em coming man!

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    Love the last one! Like I said I'd love to see this kinda stuff colored.

    Later Mate

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    MUNIZ: thank you, they will come when i have more time
    John_the_One: cool will do
    blog: keeps pumping
    TheGnoll: thanks for that critt! cya bro
    Razorb: thanks, no its jay z

    more work on a wip


    cheers

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    Heya, you're going at a good pace! Keep that up

    The digital pieces are steadily improving, but try using a harder-edged brush - it's all looking rather blurry atm.

    Have fun~

    Edit: I really like the original as the strokes were more free and confident - the latest version looks rather timid in comparison. Try zooming out and block in the tones before getting fiddley with details.
    Likin' the contrast in the top panel

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    Quicksilver: thanks, yeah i know, the original is better, just need to try and fix it with colour since thas what my teacher wants. but ill try what you said.

    heres some thumbs for class, been drawing on paper, longer drawings, but i aint got a scanner here, so ill try and take photos later, but it will look shit, bad camera...

    heres a slight update on the wip:


    and a thumb for class:


    and a thing that will become a thumb


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    ok, its now a thumb
    more later on tonight


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    i already saw those , but I felt for showing some kind of support here on CA also!

    First off i must say i really like them! Nice facials , especially on the last which i hope you will work more on!

    As for the first one in post#407 i suggest blocking out the colors more before walking over to shading and so on It will make it easier to read!

    keep it up!

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    pretty good.. tho i really think you should take a while on 1 picture ya know take some time on it make it fully finiiished think ive said this before but yea lookin pretty good jsut keep it up dude

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    Razorb: thanks, i will next ones will be "finished" i hope
    Dile_: thanks master man

    heres the layout, will look something like this, 1 or 2 frames missing yet.
    enjoy


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    Studies are coming along great. The hands need work in your sketches, you seem to not finish them in most of your sketches. The colors are getting better and better. Cant wait to see more.

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    Your drawings are great and i can see improvement from the start of this sketchbook up until now. You seem to have a natural talent for this and i can see that you have passion and a great point of view. Maybe i can give you a few tips to help you develope even better drawings.

    Try to remember that women have elongated features with softer lines in comparison to males: generally having bulkier muscles with harder lines. Line value is a huge determining factor in deciding if a character looks fem or masc.
    Also, a good exercise to do when you're working with monocromatic drawings, is to pick 5-10 values and arrange them from darkest to lightest. Try to draw pictures with using only these 5-10 values, and you'll notice how simple shadows and highlights can be. I say this because i notice alot of smudging and awkward gray area in alot of your pictures. The biggest thing that determines if something is realistic is from how light plays of of an object. Try imitating some of the work of the masters, Rembrant would be a great start. This will help you get into the mind frame needed to do great life drawings, and will teach you to look at the subtleness of things. Also, realise that there are no lines in life. Lines are simply the contrasting of two values or colors.

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    bgbleep: thank man, you are very right, and thanks for that critt, i will try that as soon as uni is over
    Envisor: thanks man

    ok, here is a idea for class, my teacher dont approve of anything so im trying diffrent things. took longer then it looks like, hate it


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    gotta say,from this newest batch i like the thumbs most. they have quite much personality,and the colouring style works well. reminds me abit of orifice's work. (check it out,you might see what i mean).
    keep going,and don't let in to frustration. (except if you work it into some creative way of disposing your work,like a paper plane )

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    Hi

    Lots of cool stuff since my last visit. the marker stuff is looking good and I really like post #411. your doing the right stuff for sure.

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    cool, your studies are pretty strong (no pun intended!) and these latest thumbs are great, keep going man
    peace!

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    asoir: thanks man
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    Carnifex: cheers my man


    more work on the wip



    cheers

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    looking good man, ref studies are paying off, and looks like you're workin' pretty hard.Keep on truckin'

    ciao!

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    Thegnoll: thanks man
    another sketch, no scanner, so it sucks


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    sucks? nosir,this is probably one of your best so far.

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    Nice stuff. I especially like the contrast in your sketches. You really make those dark shadows work. I think your digital colouring is a bit behind of the rest though. Try using big round hard brushes with pressure set to opacity and don't be afraid to go over stuff a couple of times, but certainly don't be afraid to flatten areas that get too busy or scribbly afterwards. Here's something that helped me a lot.

    Keep it comming!

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