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    oOooOoh... there's some lovely sketches here!

    I really like the way you handle shadow on the face. The first self portrait is very nice.

    I always find observational drawing in public daunting, but you seem confident and comfortable drawing people in public places... nice stuff.

    It makes me want to go for a wander with my sketchbook!


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    Hi peeps ,

    - draw : Thanks man , soon man , soon .

    - the_GHOST : What do you mean with RL? I've been quite busy, but i'm gonna post my imagination stuff soon

    - Ferg : I know bout the eyes, kinda did that intentional to put more drama in. Got to watch those proportions closely.....

    - Teigrob : Thanks girl, love your sketchbook as well

    - Yodaah : Thanks man , yeah, i enjoyed doing that portrait of my beloved girl

    - That fat kid : Thanks !

    - Cobi : Thanks for your support ! It's progressing veeeery slowly

    - duddlebug : Wow , thanks man , it really means a lot coming from you. Your work has been an inspiration since the first time i saw your Exposé entry.
    I'm not always that confident tough I like it best when i don't get noticed, haha

    2 film character drawings , nothing special, just fun to do , hope u like :
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    sure, some mistakes in the first ones, but very natural, this is very good. The humans I draw look like plastic figures.
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    nothing special....sadly....but I hope someday^^

    when you want to mentor someone, you may want to come here
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    your faces are awesome, but sometimes you put ears waaaaay too high, like this one http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v1...et-sigaret.jpg
    i hope you dont mind, just to show i messed it round in ps http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...addictdraw.jpg
    otherwise your drawings are amazing, very inspirational.
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    I'm digging all the heads, your a pro with the pencil.
    "absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee

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    Hey Tom:

    I like the looseness of the last group, the Eastwood piece is fun, and your portraits are very nice. Would love to see all those strokes you do translate into digital.

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    Hi peeps!

    Fayt : Thanks man, yeah , i'm improving !

    That fat kid : Thanks man, that means a lot

    waronmars : I see what you mean and your right in that pic, but.... the way you 'corrected' the ear is even more off i think. Notice that the head is tilted, therefore the ear always moves up a little. You have put the ear Waaaaaay too low. But thanks for the advice man. I'll keep it in mind

    Bojee : Thanks !

    baquitania : Thanks dude. I'm working on my digital skills. got a tablet and it's fun. Will show some of that stuff soon.

    For now... Here's a self portrait I'm working on. trying the push the pencil and learning 'bout values
    Crit away!! :

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    better and better everytime I give myslef a treat and look at this thread... I really like the clint drawing.. keep it up buddy.. your doing great! oh and it was FIVE
    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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    beauuuutiful strokes, love seeing awsome pencil stuff. Very nice collection of portraits, well controlled. the last one looks very good so far.. sweeet! look forward to the progress.

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    the cowboy one is great...you might even be able to punch it up a notch by adding a violet hue to some of the deeper shadows. great stuff man, keep it up!

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    Wow- I really like your drawings- and I can see a clear progression. The fact that you got Clint Eastwod in there makes you aces in my book. I'll say this since you're a bartender and not fully surviving on art yet (I'm assuming)- fight with everything you have to do this! Beautiful work.

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    Save image as... Save image as.... Man I've got so much to learn from you.
    Very nice tonality in your works. It makes me wish I had tried to learn shading.
    Job good, up keep, says Yoda.

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    Last SP is looking real good! Love the values you're putting down!

    You're faces are excellent, how about giving us some more bodies, and other anatomy?

    d-C

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    Hi Ca 'ers !

    Couple of people asked me to show some of my drawings I do from imagination.
    Well, to tell you the truth, I think that's one of my weak points. Really have to work on that. But I plan to start drawing more and more stuff without ref. I started drawing more intensely over the last couple months, and realy been enjoying it. So I'm gonna try to push it as far as I can.
    Thanx for all the support guys !

    - vigostar : Oh man ! you're just too nice

    - That fat kid : I'm glad to hear that kid, thanks. But I stand by my reply

    - bumskee : Thanks man! Looking forward to it myself

    - ApolloNuevo : Thanks. Yeah , I tried that but I didn't came out the way I wanted
    - ebrowning : Yeah, been seeing the progression a little myself, Fun! Thanks dude , realy motivating reply !
    - Placeboast : Thanks a lot , honoring man

    - dCepT : Thanks. I tend to draw faces automatically, have to work on that. For now : look below and there you go ...

    Started doodling , No ref. , letting my pencil slide across my paper random and this is what came out , fairly happy with it. Gonna post more imagination stuff from now on. I'm hooked and there's no way back !!!! Anyway hope you like :

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    Just a small update on the SP. Trying to show some of its progression. Blocking in the hair and refining the ear :

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