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    Hey man.. been going thru this thread. I can see your progress, its pretty good.. keep it up man.. and listen to your crits, just dont get too discouraged. Even the greatest artists get horrible crits.

    Keep up the good work.. I'm sure in a few months time you will make another leap forward in your drawings.


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    Improvement? Yes. Months have taught me something. Fortunatally, most of the crits I get are positive, and I'm happy that people actually like what I draw I have a couple other things I forgot to post. So I'll put that up.


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    Theres barely ever any Douglas pictures!

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    grace suggested to me that I make death a solem figure radther than happy to kill. My intention was to make death a hit man. I still have work to do on this one.

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    Still working on female anatomy. I think I've improved on the torso?
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    That you have! Done any anatomy studies lately? Those would help you even more. Death as a hitman is an interesting idea. Different than the usual depiction of skull and bones, reaper, ubermonster whatever... Continue that train of thought!

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    Wow, its been a long time since I last posted! I'll post again soon...just need more pictures.

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    Death is very toothy, isn't he? Looking good...the first pic, his arms are too long tho... You could benefit from some longer studies, really sit down and focus on one thing for an hour or more. Didn't you say you'd gotten an anatomy book? Study is good dude, helps loads!

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    Wasn't trying to make the first picture perfect, just drew it. And yes, Death is very toothy...you know how skeletons have those erie grins?

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    This is a picture I forgot to put in the last post. I had these guys in a nightmare sometime back, I finally put them on paper about a week ago. Its somewhat difficult trying to draw things from dreams. These figures arn't the scariest ever drawn, but in my mind they are terrifying. The nightmare was more psycological and the imagrey helped to add to its disturbing nature. Maybe one day I'll try and draw that too.

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    The nightmare drawings made me giggle. Reminded me of a movie I've seen. Or maybe a video game. . . .


    Is the woman you just posted Whimsey? She seems to have a different face and hair type. Also the "personality" seems different, too. She is pretty, though. I can see your improving, keep it up!

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    I've been experimenting with characters, Wimsey mostly. I've been trying to re-invent the old one. I made Wismey really wicked with the newer version, she was a different person, I've tried bringing back the old one in these newer sketches.
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    I got kicked out of class for drawing these, so you'd better like 'em!

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    I like the way this came out...I can't think what to do with the background.

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    Hey dude, what's going on? Getting kicked out of class?? Dude, you gotta learn to be more circumspect! Just doodle down the margin, when the teacher's back is to you.

    One thing I've noticed with every character you draw - your faces are always 3/4 view. Do some side views, full front and 3/4 rear to shake things up - even Charles Schulz drew the Peanuts gang from various views. Keep practicing - you're improving!

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