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    I have an uncle named Shyam. Those female torsos are badass man, you have a way with the colors. Your lines are flowy, loose and they get the point across nicely. Great sb!

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    5 Bones

    See you R doing the studies as well <> doing a great job of course <> I have to stop overworking mine <> going to do a bunch this week and really try to examine the process <> also going to do a tut in the members area on the pen technique which I always get a lot of questions about and am not sure exactly what I do, so we will try to figure it out...... keep cranking them out <>>> you know of course these dudes did the same thing dozens of times <> thats is how they got so good.......

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    Hey man ,
    Guess the rebecca virus has got to you.The head master copy in digi , greyscale.I am a not a fan of the style but stiil your work impresses me beyond belief.Personally I dig the second one.
    But thats just my opinion.
    Take care and keep shredding the pencil.

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    Beautiful studies in here. The female torso studies are excellent... ou seem to take a lot of chances with your other paints, it's nice to see.

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    shy,
    yo man, just treated myself to a couple pages of nice work; thx man. keep on doin your thing man. lovin the studies; like kitty said, try to work some more environment studies from ref too. actually i should go do the same...
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    Quote Originally Posted by shyamshriram

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    Nice boobs! There is some strange "skewage" happening in the upper middle torso. Its almost like their is too much movement. Although, if its what you were going for, then its cool! Very nice volumetric studies! The figure at rest in the upper left is TREMENDOUS!

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    makes me want to touch my self )

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    I wont say..... Maaaaaaan how the hell u do it?..... I wont say anything like..... Oh my god..... This man is .........

    LOL

    The first master study is my favorite..... Its great.....

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    Hey dude. How are going man? Lotsa improvement! Awesome figures. Write to you soon. Take care and keep doing some pain killer!

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    Updates after AGES.....

    kinnas : Thanx a bunch for the honest critique mate...i appriciate...yea i agree with the colour palette...my most of the paintings having stupid colours..i will surely try to improve my colour sense and will try to do more hard work on my composition as well..thanx again

    TheGnoll : Thanx mate..about that less visible portait..well..u can try to adjust ur monitor settings for a moment..because i can see it clealry on my monitor..and as i mentioned..thats my first attempt in low key...and monitor was the only light source.

    Fellah. : Will try my best Sir


    MrBobMarley : Then call me Uncle Shyam from now on 8)


    dhilipsomesh : Hey Thanx mate...glad u liked it !

    mentler : Thanx a BUNCH Sir

    bhanu : Thank you..yea i will !

    strych9ine : Thanx..yea im trying...

    chainsawguy : Yea i understood what u said..will keep that in mind...thanx man!


    liam.c : LOL :p


    arya : Thanx for not saying those things

    neoknocker : Hi man..im good..hope u r doing well too




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    Some fast sketches for CGTALK's 15 min. Sketchathon


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    Studies from Ref.


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    kick azz skillz pleasurable to see all the time, very insperational.

    thanks for posting
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    AmadorL : Thanx buddy...glad u liked it


    Its 3 am. here im still not able to sleep

    One of my friend told me that im weak in acting, so..I'm trying to improve it, i tried to show the same sequence in different ways...maybe i'll draw more, maybe not...feel free to share ur valuable thoughts on this

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    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...

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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!
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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

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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...

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    Shyam- Always good work in here, I love the nudes and Master studies.
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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

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    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.

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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...
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    Sir you are great.
    From the master studies to the life drawing to the concepts and the colors.I love em all.
    Its good to see these big updates.
    Take care and keep posting.

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    hell yeah! this one is looking sexellent! I really look forward to seeing that finished!

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    Woah, SCREAMING colors! I like it.
    Gestures are awesome. They look so lively and natural. Things that there even greater as all done from imagination. Bow down to your mightness.
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    Hello Sir!

    Outstanding work, your linework is really amazing. I'd be wayy over my head if I tried to crit any of these masterpieces

    I'll keep my eye on this thread, keep posting mate!
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    BAAAAH hate you! You re too good! baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah ..............

    The various studies are awesome!!!
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    yo shyam, i like what youve been up to lately. in the 'sleeping giant' piece, you might want to add something that helps to give some sense of scale in this picture (like some trees or some people or something, i dunno), cause right now he doesnt seem all that giant to me. good luck with the contest man.
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    Good stuff going. Keep it coming.

    Later dude.
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    Thanx everyone...will post replies soon...

    non ref. sketch...
    maybe i will work more on this...

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    wowzers! life studies are nice and fluid - i like your stuf.

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    Nice, feels like a design piece for a robot opera.
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    What happened to the pencil, my friend.. Last one funny..

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    Hello, Shyam. I was very glad to see your name in my book today, I always glad to see you in any form . I see you name and I feel warm, it is Shyam, he is very kind, he is very nice, really, that's how you are in the back of my head, as very nice feeling. I am relaxed to the most when I talk to you, really, you make me so comforted, such a sweet, kind aura around your name every time I see you.
    Why you didn't tell me what photos of mine you liked, it is teasing, Did you mean from my trip to Russia? landscapes? Or my face with crazy hair? I'm working on my image in this forum, crazy woman . Thanks anyway, it was sweet of you to like something of mine.
    How is your life? Did you find someone to love you, to take care about you? You should do it easily, you are wonderful in everything. True words.
    Do you work a lot? do you have any free time? how do you relax, what do you do to restore yourself? I know you are watching movies sometimes, with Rock, and drawing in the same time. What is your dream?
    Does it change somehow when summer is over and fall is coming in India?


    OK, to the art.
    I like the wild concept the most.
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    It is actually very surprising to see how different your lines look when you don't use any ref and just drawing without worrying much about proportions or right relationships between parts. You line is much more confident and light. You even press your pen differently. You are not that conscious about clear outlines and your lines making interesting personality print on the paper, or monitor, I'm not sure what did you use. Look at the sitting figure. Those lines making such a nice mess, but it is organised mess too, the weight and form is great in this image, I can feel how heavy the mass of this guy is, how the seat bent under him. And foreshortening is very believable. and done so carefree. Lines are roundish, meaty, there are alot of them, they build a cetain personality, so I see stocky, heavy set, confident, composed guy sitting in the chair.

    His body language tells that he is master of the situation, his words are the most importrant. There is authority in his gesture. Great volume in this one.


    And in the other concept, with weightless woman, the opposite, the lines are stretched, light, almost parallel, gentle, and through your lines you give me the other character, graceful, mobile, weightless woman. Isn't it wonderful? It's like acting, don't you think?

    Drawings made from ref don't talk like this, unfortunately, they are show your thougths concentrated on propotions, not trying to talk to me about your characters, I think.

    Between master studies I like the sculptures the most, very graceful. I wish you go wild on these ones and painted them as your fantasy ordesr you. Maybe in some futuristic colors. Nahm don't pay any attention to this ramblings.

    I like the gestures you did in August 17th, I think it was great studies. I felt pleasure recognising the scene from body language, I wish you did more so I would have fun guessing what's going on there, through their gestures.

    Sketch is awesome, again, apparently done from your mind and very, very vivid and expressive and convincing. Lines are running, jumping, the speed is mad. This feeling of thrust, body being pushed out is great, I can hear the sounds of tear and damage and chaos, because you put very many things for me to think about that. There are a lot of broken lines which tell to my brains, it is something being teared apart. The birds being in motion, startling, immediately give signal to me, it is very noisy, and no one expected this, so the awaking is very sudden and scary. The blackness of the birds add to this worrisome feeling.
    You shifted the focus later from this scene to bigger scene with trees and sky. I like it more in the first version, because everything you need to make me feel alert was there.
    Maybe it is too much screaming colors. here is such a huge energy in lines. I don't know. I like the picture when it was concentrated around the giant figure.
    OK, see you Shyam
    wish you all the best. be happy every day!
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    You're a badass, love your sketches man.
    Always feel inspired after watching your thread.
    keep'em coming.

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    Thanx again everyone...sorry for no replies...will post later


    Latest..all done for dooo !!!!

    Thanx to Fellah. for starting a GREAT thread..u can see Fellah's lots of kickass stuff there

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    Its a joy to have a kickass artist like you join the doothread, my friend!

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    Shhhhhh ! Palm ! It's a secret-underground-sketchbook ! What do you want ? Tell everybody to join us ? Please doo !

    Nice bunch of Doo's you made for that thread, lot of energy and mood. I dig the stance of your characters the most. Nice.
    Will keep an eye on your SB.

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    god damn - those hands are amazing.

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    Amazing work as always...but somebody's got some issues. Just kidding. I LOVE this sketchbook
    Please stop by my new Anatomy Sketchbook and critique the hell out of it.

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    Took me a while to go thru ur work.....its FABULOUS maaaan!!! pld:
    You just showed how much i have to go further. It looks as if i'll be needing some tips in starting digital painting.
    U rock buddy.....big time!!!

    btw i know Vivek Ram very well, nice person, but i dunno Vishal Pawar.

    Feels Inspired!!!

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    what more to say than " WOW"

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    You are coming up with a variety of great work Shyam. Looks like an array of influences are at work here. I always enjoy stopping by your thread.

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    your sketchbook is one of my favs!

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    good study sri ram

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    Hey Shyam,

    awesome work. love the studies on that last page. and the WIP of that bearded dude...looks great. did you ever finish it?

    it's been a lone time since I've seen your sb. nice progress.

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    Thanx everyone..
    will post replies tonight !

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    Argh..how to manage the artworks in this attachment thing...anyone?

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