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    Sketchbook Support Group Digest

    This thread is a supplement to the Sketchbook Support Group that was formed out of desire of some of the members to get more critiques and advices in order to improve their work. In exchange for regular commenting in other peoples sketchbooks we would get c&a in our sketchbooks in return. This is a place for everyone who is in an SSG to post what they consider their best sketch that week in a single thread. That way we can all keep up on what everyone from all of the SSG's are doing. This is not a pure DSB but MikeCorriero has approved. Critting other peoples work is highly encouraged and appreciated even if you are not a member of the SSG's.

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    This is my best of this week.
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    talmir; cool, but the right side of his face could use a little work. it looks like it's smashed in!
    here's mine, i guess.
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    As its sunday, ive picked my best.

    Being this set of ship designs...

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    Odds, i think the form of your is really good. But the feature placement makes it loook very odd and unrealistic. Ie. the low eyes, also some of the very bumby face.

    Looking forward to more of the best sketches.
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    This is my best this week:

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    Hey, this thread is a great idea!
    Here's mine for this week. Self portrait with willow charcoal:
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    Talmir - looking good, nice and loose. I agree with the comment about the other side of the face though, could use a touch up.

    Odds - Yours look good, too. But either you scanned it in skewed, or the back of the head and the ear are too squished.

    PHATandy - Those are really sweet ship designs. Concept-wise, I'm unsure as to the purpose of some of them, but they look badass anyway.

    darkwolfb87 - Perspective and design seem correct, but the rendering is a bit messy. Composition-wise, I would have preferred that the ship were bigger and moved a tad to the left.
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    This thread is a great idea!
    Talmir- Great job describing the form, but the perspective and proportions could use a little work, like the placemenent of the left eye for example.
    Odds- Nice job on the exaggeration, but some of the parts just look off. The shape of the head, for example, makes it look really flat and boring, some shading and more basic shapes could push this along farther.
    PHATandy- I really love some of the designs on these (top left) and the use of perspective is good, but in some parts not consistant. It seems the non-flat shapes are the most trouble, such as on the top-right one the front looks like its on a completely diffrent plane then then back.
    Darkwolfb87- I like the choice of perspective and the design of this piece, but the "entrance" and the ceiling look very flat. Its difficult to tell whats going on in some parts of the image.
    SirGreenSock- I like your shading in this piece, but the arm is so short . Good work on the textures and on the form though.

    Heres mine for the week. Rip me a new one
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    is it okay if i put in an old week's best image? i really want to. :p
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    PHATandy; nice. that's all.
    darkwolf; nice perspective, but towards the vanishing point, the structures get kind of confusing.
    sirgreen; cool, although his arm is much too small and head much too big. lovin' the loose rendering.
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    http://img436.imageshack.us/img436/4484/scan00086od.jpg The bottom right corner one. It's actually 2 weeks old, but eh.
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    Odds- Very nice, I like the rendering but the nose is huge. You used some really hard lines that make it look unrealistic like where the neck meets the chin. The ear looks almost like its in profile view and the lips are a bit small.
    Pixel- Too scratchy! The shading is extremely dark and on some parts unreadable. I like the design but some of the anatomy and shading could really use work (particularly on the face).
    My best this week, I kinda skipped out on it a bit too early.
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    Light that last one's great!
    Here's my best for this week:
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    Asoir Nice sketch. don't know if it was intentional or not but the misproportions of the chest looks cool. I'm not familiar with your work at all but the face could use some work. You got a link to your SB?

    guess I should use this space here is my best from the last few posts.

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    Beng, chest was intentional, my s/b is a little too old to represent my new stuff, so when I next update it i'll post it
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