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    yeah man, just like everybody else, i'm lovin the studies. i've got an assignment for you though. i'd like to see you take what you've learned since you got it, and try white paper again. i'll be happy to hook you up with "sexy paper" if you need, but i'd really like to see you get back to value control.8)

    haha... you and your cars man... are you sitting in on that transport design class yet?

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    yeah man, just like everybody else, i'm lovin the studies. i've got an assignment for you though. i'd like to see you take what you've learned since you got it, and try white paper again. i'll be happy to hook you up with "sexy paper" if you need, but i'd really like to see you get back to value control.8)

    haha... you and your cars man... are you sitting in on that transport design class yet?

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    good stuff. My advice is based on a crit I recieved my self not too long ago. Basically you need to really make sure your markes describe the form of the object your drawing. If your going to step your sketch up from being line art, try and make your hatching follow the imaginary 3D planes that give your object volume.

    Looking good though, want to see more.

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    I see a lot of improvement throughout the book. Keep at it. Some nice figures. When drawing remember to cultural the peripheral elements like line quality to really and basically beautify your subjects.

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    Interesting comment from you brall, i think i need to keep that in mind.

    With that said, it will be nice to see where you go from here with all this lifedrawing coming your way, you already seem to be getting to grips with shit so with a push in the right direction... ill wait and see.

    In the last 2 fullbody pictures you seem to have one with a large head and one with a small one, so er yea keep an eye on your proportions, also the top girls legs arent quiet right, the right one is a bit awkward looking and flat and the other one is ok its just her hip whatsit looks a bit .. gone behind her arm.

    Take that with a pinch of salt though because im just making suggestions by what i eye off, im not entirely sure myself.

    Looking forward to the next update.



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    Heres an update...wont bore you with words....

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    two more...



    More to come!!

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    Cars, Cars, Cars

    sat in on the transport design class at my school and got some tips and techniques and stuff for car design....so i just had some fun with it last night.

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    Hehe, Is that bore with words thing some sort of dig at me?

    I like reading the ramblings of someone, you get to know their workings better.

    Anyway, nice chunk of updates, I should check my signature more often to see when people have updated.

    So, updates... The lines on some of your figure drawings seem a tad messy and your approach to hatching isnt really helping them.

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1153372922

    Top left and bottom right pictures, those 2 really work, they seem to capture the form and whatnot better.

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1153372822

    Top left on that one is also not so bad, the hatching on the right hand one looks slightly rushed without as much thought put into it.

    I dont know what advice to offer when it comes to line quality, as my pencil lines are all over the show which is why i often go over again in a pen or i work very feint. Perhaps someone more wise could say if its good to use pen to improve line quality or to use something like charcoal to keep your lines loose.


    I dont know whether or not you know of them, them being the car design tutorials/tips on:

    http://www.gfxartist.com/features/tutorials

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    Nice updates, ill stop by again soon!



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    Life Drawing

    Had my weekly life drawing class sit in today....heres a couple of things...

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    Overall I'd say good update, although I do have one crit. When drawing technology and vehicles I think it's important to really try and give it a defianed and hard edge. Alot of your cars have a really sketchy lline which I feel kind of detracts from the subject.

    So yeah I'd say just try and make sure when your drawing tech at least, go back and really define the form, give it a good sharp line so we can get a good crissp idea of the subject.

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    another couple of life drawing stuff from today...

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    Some nice work, keep working. You have a few running distortions in your figures. I notice you extend or oversculpt the chest and groin especially. Genitals are not really part of the core of the figure, that may be the issue with your groin-work. groin-work.

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