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    Working on TD piece:









    Definitive lines:


    a first ligth watercolour version


    another watercolour version with stronger colours:


    WIPs:




    The final image:


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    from photo reference

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    This is so silence I can hear the crickets... I guess I'll have to make an extra effort to make some more interesting pieces!

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    Quick sketches based in illustrations I saw in a book, from Dugald Stermer:

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    wow, improvement all over !
    Your last few sketches are great.
    Your definitly on the right track.

    I'd suggest doing more studies, and quick sketches, keep it up mate!

    The forest fight for sunlight, that takes root in every tree.
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    Hi, thanks a lot. Actually I think that fast studies and sketches is what I do all the time, right now I am trying to make myself go deeper in the stuff I am doing and take some pieces all the way.
    Though I guess sketching will still be what I do most.
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    Some more sketches,

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    This one's from life:

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    From life, in the train...

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    including some sketches for the last CHOW:

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    back to some animals, quick sketches, first took about 20-30' in pen and watercolour, second one less than 10' in graphite (based in images from books):

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    Hi Voraz, thanks for the tips. You have a good sketchbook. I see some great muscles studies. Although you don't like the model, he sure got some good muscles definition for study. And the little monkey is really adorable.
    The latest animals are looking good too. They make me want to draw animals too.

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    Hi Xavvaniv, thanks for your nice words.
    About the study above I wasn't complaining about the model itself but from the style of the guy whose work I have used as reference, because I don't like it very much (hope you understand this sentence ).
    Thanks, I'm very happy with those monkeys and with this last lizzard also, even though they are very rough studies.
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    [IMG]http://img57.imageshack.us/

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    another page:

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    some more stuff. started a pencil sketch from a book, then i inked it using a thin brush:

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    from photo ref:

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    gave this guy some colour:


    sketched some other stuff:

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    another one:

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    I see some promise here, but you really need to do some more gesture drawings until you have a feel for how the body really works. I like your background stuff though.

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    thanks, maybe I'll do that.

    new sketch:

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    Just trying out my new mechanical pencil...

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    you know your coming along just fine. I really like your animals more than your people but i have to say that when you add colour to them, you are seriously starting to blow me away. They are really good.

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    What do you use to color your pieces? Markers, Watercolors or a Graphic Programme?

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