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    Quote Originally Posted by seth1
    shyamshriram: I like your out put in work great to see.. With this new acting. You choose to easy of a story to tell. You need to think out side of the box, and really push through with the idea...
    Thanx for the honest comment my friend..yes you are absoultly correct..will try more hard next time !



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    Holy crap, these new sketches are all amazing!

    Studying good comics might be a good way to learn acting.

    Again the master copies and anatomy studys rock. Your 15 min sketches put me to shame

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    Awesome work, I don't think those concepts are lame at all!

    Of those 3 versions I guess the first one appears the most natural because the victim looks afraid. What is the argument about and what does the guy with the gun want?

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    You know your stuf I can't say anything new Top figure drawing!
    Pawlack supports

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    practicing acting is a good idea indeed.But show us some ground planes, and some different shots, different views with different poses.Keep 'em coming, it will be interesting.Great stuff apart from that, anyway

    ciao

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    Thanx everyone.. will post replies later..

    Head study from ref.

    And few figures without ref. im trying to improve the acting part in my figures

    C&C are always welcome

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    shyamshriram: very nice... Love the girls expressions... (What are you looking at i got a gun) The old man heads is wounderfull. Really shows though with personality, plus the uniqueness of himself. Would love to see some more traditional work from you...

    Seth.n

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    Shyam- Always good work in here, I love the nudes and Master studies.
    "absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee

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    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=29869&page=54

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    fantastic sketchbook!

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    beautiful work man - wonderful sense of volume and those last character acting sketches are great

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    Wow! very nice drawings, and nice poses! Your work is great, keep posting!

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    seth1 : Thanx man..yea i also want to do more traditional works..i've few pencil sketches..but i need to fix my scanner first..btw that old man's head is done in Painter.

    Bojee : After a long time Bro..good to see u..im going to see ur updates now

    sith : Thank you !

    AndrewLey : Thanx man..u've amazing skills..ur lastest bots/cars concepts are KILLER !

    Sealegs : Yep..will try my best


    Posting one of my WIP...doing this for a Mini Challenge at CGTALK

    http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthre...4&page=1&pp=15

    this is the progress so far...Constructive C&C are always welcome

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    whoa.This is gonna be EPIC, and i like it.No crits from me, excellent compositon and palette IMHO.

    ciao

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    Wonderful works! You have a great style and a big tridimensional sense.
    In the last one painting I think that you must be desaturate the red color for balance the tones of the image.
    Would glad to see some more traditional work from you...
    ciao

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