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    stuff [UPDATE -05-03-05]

    i did a few..
    2 commisions.. well not really no money involved.. obviously hehe
    these 2
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    and uh something i did as a gift for someone.. quickly in an hour or so
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    C&C very welcome!
    hope u enjoyed watching these

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    I like the first one, only the arm really bothers me.
    After a while it would most certainly fall off, or crumble.. it would be much cooler if the arm was (for example) resting on his knee or something...

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    yeah.. i know.. looks a bit lame.. hmm ill c if i can adjust it a bit.. thx for suggesting!

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    Hey Joey, these are pretty good. I know you post about as much as Davi, but I havent seen one for a while. These are much improved over some of your older posts. Keep it up!

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    I really like the hot and cool contrast in the second piece. The first piece seems rushed, but is an interesting idea. I also like the cool colors of the third piece.

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    scuba - thx allot nice to hear

    nurokatt - yeah the piece was a bit rushed.. specially the bg

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    doodle.. worked out..
    was just exercising my drawing.. kinda liked this.. so detailed it out a bit

    C&C very welcome once mroe.. cause i know there's allot wrong with it just cant put my finger on it
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    Ah I see the problem; Her shirt's too long!
    Oh and the eyes aren't the same size, but I like it.

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    You're getting better and better.
    As a generall comment i'll say that your colors are still too saturated - you should have more variation in saturation, focus, temperature and so on.
    et i thing the main problem is still on a basic level of form and values.
    Try to convert the last peice to balck and white - you'll see some issues to the neck and some too strong contrasts to the ... top area
    Keep em comming!

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    Nice use of colour to show form, the girl at the bottom is the best methinks.

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    Gilead - my dad said the same hehe

    Oblio - yes i know i should do black n white more.. but i like colors so much.. what is a good way to put colors in later?? i tried it ones using color balance and changing hue... but then the colors get so flat..

    hmm maybe just set my drawing to multiply and put colors under m??

    hope u get to read this

    Lazy gun - thx allot!

    wow im finally gettin some good words.. motivates me allot.. thx all of u

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