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    OBX:Thanks for the advice, will have to try flipping the heads, the pencil I used on the hands studies is a Blue Col-Erase Prismacolor.

    rblitz7: will do man, will do

    Stine: Thanks for stopping in my thread Stine, while I was on break I was checking out your sb, your portriats are amazing, you have a nice suddlety to your portraits, they look very effortless, like you complete them in a matter of minutes. I'm really glad you pointed out the eyes, I do tend to make them to large, I've been working on that and will continue to do so. Man I love CA,

    fooxoo:Thanks for stopping in, greatly appreciate it.

    _^SlayeR^_ :thanks Slayer, your work is awesome, your line quality is really awesome. Glad to have you aboard, and can't wait, I just have to keep plugging away. We all have to keep working.

    Dile:Grats Dile, now I want to see some bridgeman in your sb my friend, have fun with it.

    _^SlayeR^_:Haha, you again, congrats to you also, bridgman for the win!!, Man I have some catching up to do in everyones sb. .

    Farvus: I will keep that in mind, but with these studies its also an exercise to work on my line quality. thanks for the tip.

    Sith: Dude, your stuff is killer, thanks for stopping in, your painting skills are amazing.


    Ok everyone sorry for a really late update, I was out of town for about 2 weeks, went home to see the parents and old friends from back home in Kansas, yes kansas, where dorthy and the Wizard of Oz is from. Aaron (ashrumm) and I were groomsmen in a one of our best friends weddings also. It was good to be there for my friend, had a blast, drank lots of champaign (spelling).

    But the coolest thing about the wedding was when the Groom handed out cherry sheath and handled Samurai swords with our names engraved on the blade!!.........YES badass..............I'll say it again.........
    . The human knife didn't fit into my suitcase for the ride home, so I'm having my dad ship it out to me. So I can take pictures to show everyone.

    Talk about the ultimate groomsmen gift. And if you couldn't tell by the gift the groom is really into martial arts. Black belt in Jujitsu to be exact.
    So with the exciting wedding, and hanging out with friends, I did make sure I spent time drawing. so here is the some more stuff for the chopping block folks. With school offically starting yesterday, I'm back and more determined than ever to improve as an artist. thanks for viewing everyone, will be around to view all your work soon enough.


    creatures stuff from my head
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    next for sketches are studies from some Sargeant drawings
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    female creature portrait sketch
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    experienced battle priest
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    tired soldier

    More to come soon and thanks for viewing
    Last edited by Darktwin; September 11th, 2006 at 03:05 AM.


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    hey darktwin!

    -just browsed through your sketchbook. think it's really cool to see your improvements (-hope i'll see the same kinda progress in mine, when i get a bit further ahead ). the figure and pose studies are really good.

    -r

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fellah.
    The tired soldier rocks, man!
    I agree, also the profile in the first group of creature heads. Thanks for stopping by dude. Keep on Rockin it.
    "absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee

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    Fellah:Wow, thanks man for taking the time to stop in my sb, your work is truely inspiring man. And thats for real.

    abyss103:
    Thank you,

    Bojee: Thanks Bojee, really appreciate you stopping in, your ink washes have really inspired me to go buy some ink tomorrow.


    This is a print of an ink sketch I did in mono relief printmaking class 3 years ago, I sat in a mens bathroom and did this in a matter of minutes. I used this wooden tool to put down quick because the ink dried fast. Bojee's got me in a inking mood, so I plan on doing more sketches like this.

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    aaah, printing... always great to see.

    great sketches as usual, always like how you mix master studies with drawings from your head. as the others said, the tired soldier is my favourite of the batch. although i think his nose root is slightly too far away from his eye for this position. but that is really nit-picking in an otherwise flawless drawing. really like how you transport the gender in the female creature - shows that you really get the anatomical differences down. great work!
    toodles,

    stine

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    Ahh, it took me a second but now I see it, cool. I've been wanting to paint and draw bathrooms for a while now. I'm anxious to see what you do with the ink wash.
    "absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee

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    Stine: Thanks Stine, your critque is really valued,

    Bojee:
    I just bought my stuff today, I should have some stuff soon. keep a look out, and thanks for stopping in.

    Ok here are some sketches I did while at home visiting the parents last week, forgot to scan with the last batch.

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    you have some great face and hand studies. i can see from earlier in your sketchbook, your faces have improved, especially on that last post you did, that one looks really nice. keep it up.
    -az
    "I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."
    --- Frank Herbert, Dune - Bene Gesserit Litany Against Fear

    Check out my Sketchbook! Critique and Criticism welcomed.

    or my Artstation

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    your faces are phenomenal, u make values by doing crossed lines right and a other techinque, it looks really good, I'll have to see if i can do to. let me see more!!
    beware my avatar is cooler then my drawings
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    Nice studies dude =) Keep up the good work, keep practicin your rendering.

    I'm currently attending Columbus College of Art and Design. Workin hard!

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    Thanks a lot for your comment. I enjoy the unrefed creature stuff!
    It helps to see your improvement, I'll have to take time to go through your SB (just checked the first and last page). Wow, it's just been 4 months since you started it! Now let me get back to my
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    ArtZealot: appreciate your comment, thank you.

    verao:
    haha, I'm glad you like, I'm definitly trying to refine the way I use value and line. Just trying to control the amount of value I put down. I think I get to involved and over work them a lot of the time. Thanks for viewing

    Ksama:
    will do , can't wait to see some of those projects your working on. I hope all is going well.

    Seer: no prob, its what makes this community so great, a lot of positive artist helping each other out. I've had this sb for awhile, but I can say I've been more seriously active for the 4 to 5 months.

    Thanks for viewing everyone, and thanks for the crits, feel free to throw out crits, I don't take offense to crits. Ok on to it.

    Ok guys now these are some scratchy gestures of the action to standing poses. Just trying to get into the goove of drawing the figure in a more natural fluid state. These are mixture of referenced and unreferenced poses from other peeps work. the gestures were exercises to quickly throw down lines and shapes to describe form. They're not pretty, but I learned a lot about the bad habbits I have and what I need to work more on. I will be doing lots more of these little thumbs. Feel free to crit and give advice, thanks again guys.

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    hey, this last big portrait is dope. And those little figures are great preactice. I do them myself. Also the fact that you draw the portraits big is good bacuase its harder to hide anatomical mistakes that way.

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    lovely last portrait (a little disturbing, but that just prooves you did it right...). the small gesture studies are great, too. reminds me, i need to do such studies more often... what i love about the "knight" sketch of september 12th is how you create depht by contrast. the arm really "pops" because you made it darker than the legs. really well done. great to see new stuff from you. has school started yet? cheers!

    stine

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