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    My not so daily sketchbook updated 6/18/05

    My not so daily sketchbook updated 6/18/05

    My not so daily sketchbook updated 6/18/05

    My not so daily sketchbook updated 6/18/05

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    Still need to work on my anatomy....more life drawing..zzz
    Feel free to critic me, Thanks
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    My POS Sketchbook updated 6/23/05

    My not so daily sketchbook updated 6/18/05
    Playing around in Painter 9....
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    Hey ann looks like you're taking a life drawing course or atleast you did keepit up the good work man. I can see your line work developing keep it going, and another thing that would help you out is maybe getting your hands on a book of the human anatomy it would be a worth while investment. keep drawing
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    I really like your pen and marker work and the looness of your dynamic poses. Its really good to see some of your figure work, looking like your picking up the form pretty good. Keep drawing. Want to see more
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    Hi man
    Just had a look. God start on your sb dude.
    The life drawings is looking nice ( i cant wait to get started myself again), nr 5 drawing in the first post is really nice, her breast is a little low and the butt seems a tad off giving her a very long back, but thast small time dude. Nice one!
    Pay attention to the headstrukture a bit more when you draw portraits, everythings follows certent lines and this will make it easier to do, you tend to draw the ears and lips to small and such
    I like the inks, the last one is my fave, nice face on the wired dude looking up.
    Keep doing this man!
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    Hey Aan,
    Just took a stroll threw. Good life studies. The color work is a bit abstract. They also seem to lack volume. Don't listen to me though because I have been doing mostly pencil stuff, but from surfing this board and getting some knowledge, I'd say the color values and contrast needs some attention. They don't have the #D effect that the pencil and pen stuff has. Check some of the painting threads her and I'm sure they will help. Keep going. I'll try to keep up.
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    Hey aan!
    Nice sketchbook you got here, i recognice the life studies, i took a course (didnt finish it though) but i know how hard it can be to draw a 5 min study and so on, but you are doing great.
    I particaly like the ink drawings and marker works (i really would like to have a set of those).
    Keep them drawings coming, to get good one needs to draw all the time =) a really time consuming hobby hehe...
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    some creative ideas captured here. and some good studies. exactly what a sketchbook should be. I think that some the characters you are drawing form imgination seem a little stiff. a referance for poses might help
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    My not so daily sketchbook updated 6/18/05

    Here's one painting in PS that I was just fooling around with....tried to show more contrast, but I think the color is still messed up, or maybe just not enough contrast.
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    your drawings are pretty strong, but i wouldn't transfer over to color and painting just yet, that could be a big mistake when you are pretty close to really learning how to render in B&W and then to nearly relearn that with color and settle for a quality level that could have been achieved much easier.
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    Gregory - Thanks for the tip, I will keep it in mind.

    santa - You are right my characters are stiff, I'll try to change it next time....its hard though haha.

    hylandr2 - hey if you see anything wrong then I will listen and my teacher said my paintings need more contrast too.

    Gridur - Thanks, yea I need to draw more still, I'm slacking off. The prismacolor markers aren't too expensive. I only buy about 5 markers of different opacity each time and they are around $10-12?

    Fellah - thanks for the tips, I will keep these in mind when I draw next time. Oh and your SB is amazing =)

    Darktwin - Thanks, I still need to work on my anatomy though

    ashrumn - My lines are still sketchy sometimes, so I'm still working on that. I do have a couple bridgeman anatomy books but I should look at it more.


    Small update....slacked off on these.
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    trying to get into the habit of sketching in painter everyday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aan
    trying to get into the habit of sketching in painter everyday.

    My not so daily sketchbook updated 6/18/05
    oooh now that is nice... maybe because i'm a sucker for black white and red; but the crispness of your stroke and the overall confidence is really showing through; sure you may have to map it out with some loose lines, but going over them with such a bold stroke really makes it pop, nice work.
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