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    Talking Lim's Sktchbhuk .:.New Portrait

    Alright, found time today to scan in some stuff I did over the past 3-4 months..

    Quality of most pics isn't that good, some may appear blurry due to my hand shaking and the fucked up lighting while photographing them.



    So, let's start this:


    a quick study of a goya painting




    some life drawings from a nude drawing course.




    still life drawings, all about 2-3 hours.



    self portraits, second one in acrylics on paper


    a female skull


    mask of dionysos or bacchus or whateva..


    a pretty recent drawing of an anatomical cast.. about 3 hours..


    short portrait of a guy sitting next to me in school


    study of a ribcage



    some anatomy studies..


    facial expression study with photo ref.


    - Lim

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    Nice start dude.
    Nice pencil work.
    Slight anatomy flaws - we all have - like the girls ear is placed to far in the back of the head - stuff like that - you seem to be doing pretty fine.
    Keep it up

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    Wow, I dig your pencil abilities. Your overal stuff is pretty solid as far as I can tell. I guess that comes when you spend hours for a drawing. I envy you for your patience, man!

    As for critics: In the first picture, the ear is too far away from the face and the overal neck isn't feeling very good. The ear of the guy in school is well rendered but a bit too small I'd say (but it's still credible) and the hobbit's head looks kinda flat. But your stilllifes are incredible.

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    Solid stuff man! keep posting.. I'll be back

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    thanks for your replies, people.
    I really appreciate your comments and critiques.
    Yes, that ear really is TINY .. I will try to post sometime soon again.. gotta sketch some more now, have been quite lazy today

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    you draw naked people ?
    uh-huh-huh
    thats cool

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    I like your stuff ! Work on proportions methinks, but nice over all.

    I dig the anatomy study.

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    hers ur pizza mister O_O


    ur stuff looks good.. i feel impressed somehow O_O
    that first still life drawing thing is awesome.. that lightning rocks me ass
    good constrasts


    the only thing i sugest u is to studie volume how to get a circle out of a quad

    i mean to get good controle abut ur stuff u wanna draw * NO REF * its good to brake down smooth forms into easy geometrie to understand their volume and their orientation in 3D space *brake down a half circle into 180 pieces - one piece per degree start with 3 pieces and train until u can controle 180.. and 360 .. 360 is like total controle drawing a sphere without tools - free hand- ^_^ *that stuff u see is 3D and that 3D ness must be translated into 2Dimensional 3Dimensionality
    it controls space*orbit perspective and the images u see with ur eye

    sooner or later we learn that stuff anways.. but we are not really aware off


    symmetrie
    perspective
    foreshortening
    dynamic
    vanishing point

    keep up



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    hey this is really godd stuff man. you seem to be gettingb etter and better in each piece. keep up the good work and i hope tp see more from you soon.

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    Very strong still lifes, and a couple of the portraits really stood out, good colors there.

    For the Goya painting, her hair seems too high for her head and her torso a little too bulky.

    You've got a wide variety of stuff in different mediums here, so your diversity is good, keep it up!

    More posts, Lim.... more posts...

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    dude, this is the crappiest stuff i ever saw! you have like 0 talent; 0 skill!



    ... just kidding mate!

    really cool stuff, i had much fun watching it, but i dont know anything about techniques & such drawing stuff, since i only post here because you forced me to.

    anyway, keep up the good work.



    ps: whats going on with that female mage i asked you to draw for me?

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    okay, i found a few minutes to get some hold of my wacom..
    it's a shame how rarely i found myself using it.. but i am slowly getting used to that pen..



    this is a quick b&w study of a female back.. about 1 hour.. tried to set myself a time limit..
    crit away, ladies and gents!

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    Nice butt, the top left area of the back looks like it's going a little flat but it's a nice start.

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    man, your book is all over the place; lots of nice studies going on, I really like the from life stuff a lot.

    keep it up!

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    Ohh man I really dig those three still life studies that you've done. Vary nice! Lighting has always been a problem for me, but you have a real good head for it.

    I also like the self portrit with the acrylics. The only thing I find odd about it is the middle finger, kinda seems odd. Then agian that might just be me.

    Nice butt by the way

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    this is a caricature sort of painting of one of our teachers.
    painter, couple of hours.



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    last pic is awsome!!

    like your study of a table with apple on it. post more!

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    long time no see ^^

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