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    That Sargent study is crazy awesome.

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    Ashrumm man, this Sargent study = visual delight. And German beer's totally delicious. Cheers dude!

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    this sketchbook shows an awesome improvement~!!!
    keep up the great work !
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    wow! impressive.

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    Very nice Sargent study, his work is awesome. Very nice job! Thanks for replying to my sketchbook.

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    Ham-e:: Thanks Ham-e I really appreciate your continious visits to my sketchbook, your continued support and input is very helpful and i just wanted to thank you.

    easym:: Thanks, alot

    bmumble:: Thanks and i'll try,

    Zord:: Yes german beer is one of my latest discovery. Thanks for checking out my book!!

    Immortal:: Thanks alot i'm really glad you like it!

    Nii:: You are absolutely right Nii it is important to not get too bogged down in any individual work unless you are extremely motivated to any single piece.

    Skeiff:: Thanks for motivating me to do the background I didn't intend on doing it until you and a few others mentioned that it should be done.

    John t:: Thanks for your indepth comments in my sketchbook I will take note of your criticisms thanks for your honesty and time.

    Dile:: Thanks for your input and continued support Dile!! see you on the flip side.

    Ivan:: Your couldn't be more correct about the floor i didn't get correct perspective but as far as i'm concerned its good enough.

    Afgal:: not a problem, I learn something from everyone here, thats what its about for me.

    I haven't been posting much in the last week or so i've been doing much reading on various things than i recently been reading perspective books because i've never drawn environments. I only have some quick thumbnails i'm learning to start with smaller thumbnails before getting into intricate details. Very quick but fun

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    Those studies look realy good looks like your learning alot from them. Just curious what perspective books are you reading? keep up the hard work

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    the environment sketches show pretty good depth. mostly because of their perspective. what would help them is the shading and values to suggest atmospheric perspective and make certain objects pop out and others recede.
    im no expert but thats my take.

    i really love this piece here:
    http://onajii.com/a_sketches/completed_Fummee.jpg
    nice colours and emotion on that figure.

    keep it up man
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    Fuck backgrounds, who needs em.

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    hey ash! hope you had a great birthday. those enviros are looking great - it's pretty tough to start quick without getting too much detail in, isn't it? but you're doing great. i really like that you're taking on new challenges. love the skyscraper-building on your third page and the more elaborate ones on the last. i guess, markers would be really good for you now. it's a lot of fun and you get a sense of depht really quick by using different values of grey. woah, i can't wait to see your characters placed into completed enviros! cheers,

    stine

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    Great thread here, you´ve come a long way since page 1. Good job on the Sargent copy, perspective studies look nice as well. Hope you had a great birthday and don´t suffer from too much beer again.
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    Ham-e:: oh i read one book on perspective titiled Perspective Made Easyby Ernest R. Norling. Its a Dover book that covers the basics of perspective very quick read lots of helpful illustrations.

    Tensai:: Thanks for the tip you couldn't be any more correct value is the next thing I need to approach. Thanks for visiting my sketchbook!

    Stine:: Yes my birthday was great Stine and yes i have started using markers I should be posting those soon. And yes i'm trying to absorb as much as i can.

    Taxman:: Thanks for your comments and didn't have any beer this time had some wine though but not too much.

    Here are some arm studies me and Darktwin ordered a human anatomy from here: http://www.freedomofteach.com/produc...id=cat_anatomy
    and i'm pretty sure it will help fine tune my anatomy. I took off the arm to do some arm studies very cool to have what you are drawing right in your hands.
    In any event here are some of the arm stuides i started with.

    I did them all very quickly trying to build up a quantity of drawings for memory exercises some of them i did from memory without reference at all.
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    and heres an eye study from loomis

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    Great stuff, especially those muscles studies

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wow your latest stuff is awsome Aaron! you are working hard
also, keep it up!

*thanks for looking by my sketchbook aaron!

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    Just to let everyone know especailly my sketchgroup i will be gone til pretty much Wednsday. I should have a few things to post then. Take care everyone

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    So you'll be back today? Hmmm I better get some of my shit together soon. Any way it's great that you're doing some perspective. Man I've always wanted a model like that for refference. Actually I'd preffer a human skeleton. Those studies are kewl, commiting more to memory will help your confidence when copying and stuying from life or ref (now I'm confused as to whether the model you have is refference or life since it's a real object if you know what I mean? I guess you could say life like still life.) Now I'm off to rob some people so I can afford one. Can't wait for your update seeya bro.
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