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    OK, these look good.
    About the shading, the good point is that you're not afraid of shaping the guy.
    Now, try to make the shading more smooth. Dont hesitate on doing one really dark area, then from (on) that area, make the brighter layer over then go progessively to the highlighted zone.
    I hope you understand what i just wrote...i gotta stop wine
    Keep it up!
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    Not that bad...

    I would still recommend that you work on you anatomy a bit more, some of your drawings seem to have some problems with the ankles and wrists. I would also recommend that you don't pencil in everything, just like in some of your colored drawings and paintings, the highlights make a big... BIG difference. However for someone younger than I, I must say that you have great potencial to being a great artist.

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    Now for some life-studies, i really needed this, i think i will fall into a life drawing period now.

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    Recursive_End : Thank you as always for your kind comments!
    About more soft shading, i dont want to make it to soft, then im afraid it will all blend to much and it will become boring, but i should try!
    About starting with dark areas and going light, thats pretty hard on paper, i dont want to do it all with a ereaser.

    The Crazy Dude SRD : Im starting to do more anatomy studies now so i hope i can fix the anatomy problems better. Thank you very much for your uplifitng inspiring words, it really motivates.

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    Thanks Lazy, for your reply in my sketchbook.
    I like your sketchbook. Some kick ass stuff here. Show some more of your life studies, they are good.

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Thanks for looking by my sketchbook

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Grymma sista tecknigar bra stil, och du får fram en bra form genom skuggandet! bra jobbat

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    Some more studies

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    Xavvaniv : Thank you very much, i will be doing more life drawings now for a period.

    Dile : Tackar!

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    Woo, nice. Are they from a figure-drawings session?
    You handled the light really good on these last ones. Thumbs up, serious progress.

    Hugs!

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    Hey Lazy, sweet stuff you got here! Really like your speedpaints. Gotta say that pirate ship and the manga pieces are my fav. Keep postin your good stuff!

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    Pencilator : No they are not from a figure-drwaing session, made at home with a high quality photo as reference, thanks man!

    gmags : Thank you very much!

    Tomorrow i will leave for Shanghai and stay for 9 days, ill bring a sketchbook and see if i get time to scribble something down, cheers!

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    I wish you a safe and enjoyable travel

    Draw some kewl environments for me (a guess a photo will do as well )

    Hugs!

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    Whew! Back from Shanghai, man what a trip, amazing city with amazing people.
    Didnt get to do any drawing there.
    But once i came home ive been trying to draw purely digital using different methods using referens with no luck. Since i need to use more combined traditional and pencil art, but i would like to go purely digital. Atleast i did a portrait of a cool little kid my dad photographed in Shanghai.

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    Pencilator : Thanks man, and a safe and enyoyable trip i had
    ill some spit out some more enviros!
    Last edited by Lazy; June 7th, 2006 at 01:33 AM.

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    wellcome back and can't wait to see the digital stuff

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    Now for a very small update, been much schoolwork and such, will draw more now i hope!

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    No Reference!, kinda proud of the face.

    hurricane : Thanks man! that means very much to me, especially since you are so talented, means much that you look down on me.

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    Here's a concept sketch which popped into my head when i was reading a book.
    So i painted the scene as i saw it in my mind.
    It's a scene from "Grass for His Pillow (Tales of the Otori, Book 2)" where a couple of people travelling gets attacked by thieves.
    Not much small details, the overall mood is the point.

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    I have started my summerjobb so less time for painting, but i pressed out a sketch which i rendered a little but i have to studie rendering cloth and clothes.

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