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    Lemur's humble sketchbook

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    Trying to learn Photoshop

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    not bad, not bad, I really like the signs drawing and the bottom one, those are both really tight.

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    Lemur's humble sketchbook

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    funny stuff i sense potential, it's been said plenty before but remember to draw from life. alot. studying the anatomy of real things improves your stuff from imagination by leaps and bounds

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    Lemur's humble sketchbook
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    I played around a bit with the acrlylic paint somebody left in the class.

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    the last page was drawn using some photo referances. Not directly copying bu as means of reminding me of proportions so that I can draw some thing more than just caricatures.

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    Rather interesting stuff. You have a mellow genuine feel to each of your pieces, so I almost fear advicing since it'd ruin a perfectly good personal style.

    I do however think that the acrylics were great, and so were the last piece in your last update, that utilised references. You should work more with reference, not just for proportion, but for shading and coloring aswell. That 3.jpg is far from anatomically correct, yet invokes a deep characteristic and feel in the piece, something lacking in the previous ones. Also, don't be afraid to really mess about with your tools, making bigger contrasts and color spans. Acrylics are good, you can repaint and paint over infinitly. Just mess about a bit, and see were it takes you

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    thanks for the comments in my sketchbook...i thought i'd return the favor

    your drawings look like mine did before I took a few figure drawing classes that forced me to actually look at things the way they were, not what was in my mind. 'Course i doodled on the side when the teacher wasn't looking, but it kept my focus.
    I still go for cartoony whenever possible, since i found people tend to like that way of depicting things. The ones that like the photographic-like are usually my pupils...bored in whatever class i'm substituting in. I draw them while they sleep, space out, whatever. It's fun to watch their reactions.

    I'm drawing a blankin my sketchbook, that is

    Ye-ha! I actually completed my site.Check it out
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    Lemur's humble sketchbook hope nobody gets offended by this I had no bad intentions while doing it.

    Back again in the daily drawing groups. I havent visited the site for 2 years and pheew you guys have improved alot. ( both your skills and the quality of the site this is just the perfect experience)
    Lemur's humble sketchbook

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    some more dsg...

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    Welcome back. Would love to see some life drawing and figure studies. Keep at it.

    "Imagination is more important than knowledge"- Albert Einstein


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    Three drawings I made this afternoon at the freehand drawing elective...

    Lemur's humble sketchbook
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