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    Wow, I just found this book. Really nice stuff in here.


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    mentler: thanks, Michael! Means a lot...

    Blaise: thank you!

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    wow dude, this last pic makes me want to be there!

    your sketchbook stuff is good. love the eye from april 28th. loomis sketches are nice, but some of the look kinda stiff (though that's to be expected on anyone's page with a lot of figures). hands and feet immediately jump out at me, and the one woman looks like she implants (bottom left, may 2); maybe she does, i dunno. keep trying the dynamic poses and stuff; only way to get better at figures is, like everything else, practice. keep at it; i expect to see good things to come. take care dude, and congrats on finishing service.
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    your really amazing at lighting and shadows. what materials are you using, if you dont mind me asking?

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    purb36: thank you very much for the good feedback! Hands and feet are a known problem of me. Maybe I should practice them separately?

    Eric the Great:
    thanks! You mean the sketchbook stuff, I reckon? I use a 3B Faber Castell pencil and a Canson sketchbook.

    Some more Loomis sketches. Tried to build the figures with bones and muscles. Seems to be a good way to learn figure drawing to me...

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    I've just discovered this thread!Congratulations!
    You have just won a fan.
    Looking forward to see more of your talent!

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    Polonoid: Hehe, thank you!

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    Hi there, Im glad I found you skb!

    The eviroments are so good that I wanna cry man,
    and the cloth desings are real eye cady,
    but... I seems you are avoiding drawing hands
    http://img96.imageshack.us/img96/6876/crisscross3wy.jpg
    http://img96.imageshack.us/img96/4130/dsg6902ti.jpg
    http://img177.imageshack.us/img177/7...hbook012bj.jpg
    http://img100.imageshack.us/img100/8...astless3dw.jpg
    Theres not one fleshed out had in all of this really good
    looking sketchs, and this imo really hurts the quality of
    you already nice work, so my suggestion is do hands studies,
    the sooner the better!!

    This link helped me a lot It might be usefull to you too
    http://www.anticz.com/handtut.htm

    I hope I get to be as good as you on desings and eviroments,
    you have my deepest respect you have A class work!!

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    maxetormer: Thank you a lot! This is excactly the kind of feedback I needed. I knew that my hands suck but I never had really the motivation to pratise them. Thanks for the link, the tutorial is great!

    I worked a bit on the previous sketch:
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    interior sketch of an airport hall:

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    im curious what youve studied to bring your enviroments up to that level? landscapes from life? photography?
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    Yeah I kinda would like to know more about how do
    you study landscapes, I mean any tips would be asum,
    and yeah I know that the true secret is practice and motivation
    no mistery there.
    But still I would be cool if you had any extra ideas.

    See ya later your SKB is one hell of an inspiration,
    Im glad you liked the critics you can count on them he he.

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    loving your sense of ight in your environmental speed paints!!

    any chance of an animated gif wip? love to see how you build these up...

    do you start with photos or just plonk down the base colours on to a blank canvas.

    really enjoyable work... looking forward to more from you!

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    You got some awesome work going here giz, the Mountainsofleisure landscape is my favourite on this page. Keep on keeping it.

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    KenDeathwalker: hmm, that's a tough question coz I haven't really studied anything specifical. I don't like life drawing that much since it's quite disappointing if the result doesn't look like reality. And if it's actually correct it mostly looks just flat and not three dimensional. Same goes generally for painting from ref. Instead, I prefer to try to UNDERSTAND how the light works and then applying this knowledge to my imaginary images.
    Basically it's nothing other than executing a basic light model. A big help to understand this better for me was Loomis' book "Creative Illustration". It's worth every minute you read in it, really! Hope this helps a bit.

    maxetorner:
    thanks a lot, dude!! Have you seen this little step-by-step I did some weeks ago? link
    Shows pretty good how I generally work. You said it right as disappointing it might be, there is indeed no real mystery. It's really nothing else than understanding this ONE lighting model. By the way, have you seen the crappy hands in this one??? Well, at least I gave them a try

    cakeypigdog: thank you very much! Do you already know this? link

    Doyle': thanks a lot, bro!

    a bit of fashion-design__
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