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    hey waka
    some definite improvement here. just keep um comin. good studies.

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    a lot of good stuff here, i esp like some of the head / face studies. re your anatomy, i think you would benefit from studying the skeletal frame - your muscle studies are very nice, but they tend to lack the knowledge of the underlying structure.

    keep it up

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    Hey, man! Sorry I haven't been around to reply... good thing you kicked me in the ass on msn

    You're progressing like hell! My favourites are the portraits done for the cd cover in pencil. Head and shoulders above the other stuff.
    I didn't read all the comments, so I might be repeating someone... sorry if I do... But it seems you are obsessing a bit about speed used to complete a sketch... If I may make a suggestion; slow down a bit.. I've found that when I just think "to hell with speed" and sit down and try to make very stroke confident, regardless of it takes me longer, the outcome looks better.. and I found that I get results faster by slowing down the physical speed

    Good show! I'll try to stop by more frequently... keep prodding me on msn!

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Im all with MR man here! cool stuff man, and thanks for all the comments in my sketchbook ( s ) thank youU! nice oc stuff, we should do some!
Alright , im sorry for my short comment, I have not much to say, good stuff and keep working!

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    wer hje jaane

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    codered: ???

    Dtemp: no probs mate, will oc even more, sicne we just did it ^^

    dCepT: thanks, ill try to slow down on the next ones, these are all fast. cheers

    squidmonk3j: thank you. i will start on skeletons!

    SantaClaus: thanks for the motivation

    hurricane: on the go!

    Cold: Thanks man! i will try that in the next few days

    Mr Man: cheers my man!

    Brendan N: thanks, ill try that

    Zynic: thanks! more oc is needed

    Hyver: teh dark side looks scary

    Pencilator: yeah. longtime my friend, ill try with bigger brushes


    heres some shitty oc i did in a session with dile.






    and another random ps thing:


    cheers

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  • AH, great! nice sessions we had, Im really glad you pushing me !!
    Thanks for that!
    Also, I love that "random ps thing" great stuff man! keep it up

    ~Dile

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    Once again, awesome stuff mate ^^
    Just keep working, and tell me whenever you want to have an OC-session
    ciao!

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    Nice progress man, that last update is kicking it some. Just remember to take your time, relax and don't give up!

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    Yo mate

    Rita mera och gör studies. Håll tempot nu förfan!
    Det blir bättre

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    what mortem said!


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    hey mate!
    i like the ballpoint and pencil scetches, i think they look better than your digitals. maybe try doing the same thing in the digitals? or scan your pencil scetches and color them, maybe a study of light on a scanned pic would be interesting perhaps?
    the eye image seems to be the one i like most of your digitals, it got som swooshy lines and some real determination in it, not any insecure brushtrokes there!

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    hope i did give you some motivation now hehe.

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    hey , your paintings are coming along nicely, maybe you could try a photo study or something for a value and colour study

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    Lefran: Thank you, i will do that

    Failoniir: yeah, you gave me some motivation alright

    hurricane: yes master

    MorteM: klart som fan jag inte tappar nu. pumpa du med.

    aph: thanks, i wont

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    Dtemp: cheers, more oc soon

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    cheers

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    Good eyestudies! I haven't got anything too constructive, so I'll just say "cool beans, you're getting better and better"!!

    Keep drawing!

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  • Nice stuff, already seen it but yeah, nice!
    and btw, call me dile

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    wow! you've developed a lot man! Especially the face on the last update looks good. Keep going with the studies.
    btw, visst inte att du snackade svenska? ;D
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    good update, watch out for drawing/rendering with too much of #....because it creates focus... you can always make the lines follow the same angel and twist/rotate the line at needs when the form bends in and out.... check my latest esclusive sketchbook update... the zoomed in version...

    cheers and good eyestudies...now do more


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    Howdy! ^_^

    I think the amount of studies you do are inspiring! I believe at this point you should really start trying to understand all your structures in their most simple forms. J.C. Leyendecker does an amazing job of this, as well as Loomis in his instructional texts. Once you have locked into your mind a "Generic Norm" of most body shapes you will find the simplification and in turn proportions will come much easier. Rather than an outlining contour the overlapping of the simplified shapes is what's going to give your forms structure and depth.

    I hope that helps in the slighest.

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    Great stuff waka I'm jealous of your eyes ^^ Nice style on those!
    Keep studying!

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    Zynic: 0_0 whut?
    jtj: thansk for the very good crit.
    hurricane: ok thanks mate
    Tigermilk: cheers, klart jag gor dock uk tangentbord 0_0
    dile: thanks, and done
    dCepT: thanks

    heres some oc:




    and a session with dcept and hurricane:


    cheers

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    Hey.. was fun painting! If you want a crit in passing, try to use both big brushes as well as the small ones there... scribble-rendering alone looks, well, scribbly

    Holler at me again soon so we can paint some more


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    Don't forget about the joints in the fingers when drawing hands

    Nice progress, and I like the CD cover you made for your class. Cool stuff!

    in the OC piece, it looks like the bg is the fg (as in, on the same leve as the guy in front!) This is mainly due to values (hah, I'm one to talk). Things that are closer tend to be darker, whilst things from afar look lighter.

    Something like this:


    ish

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    This eye is nice http://i4photobucket.com/albums/y136/wakazou/demeyes.jpg,
    but I didn't get the group on post#137, they're all pretty vague both form-wise and shape-wise.
    One idea I had that might be useful is that overshooting lines is good when drawing angular shapes, I remember back in the day in Geometry class we were taught to overshoot lines when connecting points because it makes the points easier to see, it doesn't work so well when trying to draw curved shapes http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y13...u/demeyes6.jpg.
    The abundance of lines obscures the shape.

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    armando: Ah, thanks a lot for teh crit and tip cheers
    Quicksilver: a. thank you,. ill try that and see how it looks.
    dCepT: My man! thank you! ill paint a lot with ta


    heres a quick scribble just before i go to bed.


    cheers

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    latest update is great, the head/face is the best, the rest is too "feathery"...too many lines

    cheers!


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    Wicked Sketchbook man!!!

    I love the way you treat lights and shadows.

    Bookmanrked

    CHeers

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  • http://i4.photobucket.com/albums/y13...emsteroids.jpg

    Nice stuff bro, keep it up!
    thanks for your comment next time.. want some crits ?

    ~Dile

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    Ey waka Nice update!
    I'm digging the feeling of his face, his character is getting through to me
    But, as Hurricane said, it could be cleaned up around the torso and arm-area.
    Keep it up! ^^

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