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    Hi guys. I got more stuff for you guys to critique.

    1.Some bone studies.
    2.And some legs sketch.

    Any tips or comments are greatly appreciated. I will post some more soon. Later guys.
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    What's up guys? I was in an artist's block for a couple of days. Here are some sketches I managed to squeeze out.

    1.I messin are with painter 9 for a couple of mins.
    2.And I did a quick akuma sketch.

    Be back soon with some more stuff. See ya.
    Last edited by gmags; January 8th, 2007 at 04:49 PM.

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    I'm seeing the improvements and in such a short period of time, that's a very nice thing to see! The portraits from Sin City are so much superior the the previous ones.

    You can easily draw the eyes, nose and so forth, but most of the time they are not correctly placed. The eyes are too far away from eachother or they are not aligned correctly, things like that. Perhaps you got too carried away in detail and so forgot the big picture.

    Don't forget the big picture: roughly draw the outlines of the head and mark where the eyes, nose, mouth, etc. are supposed to be. Step back and look at it; notice if they are out of place or out of perspective. When you are certain all is in its place, proceed with defining the features. Just, take a step back one in a while.

    Furthermore: I can see that you're heading the right way! Like the portraits the handstudies are getting better and that skull is very well done. Keep it up!
    Cheers!
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    gmags, nice sketches you've got going on. The studies of the skulls/bones are your strongest work; the legs are nicely done too. I'm really enjoying the lines that show the contours in the bones. Keep pushing those studies and incorporating them into your sketches. Cheers!

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    the ever increasing skill in your sketches is a beautiful sight, keep at it, its looking really good.

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    Hi guys. Back with some more doodles for ya.

    Dire - I feel like my skill level is incresing by nanometer a day. It can be very frustrating.

    Zord - Thanks for the comments. Bones can be fun to draw.

    Jermainevl - Thanks for looking. I'm working hard to align those features.

    1.Here is practice sketches while I was waiting for dinner.
    2.And here is a mini tribute to the man "Jim Lee". My mom happened to sketch in my book while I was away.

    Will be back to post some more. See ya later.
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    Hey, good progress here. If Jim Lee is your hero, you might be interested in this video of Jim drawing Jenny Sparks.
    Or Maybe you´ve already seen that one. Anyway, keep going, looking good so far.

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    Hi guys. Back with some more stuff.
    taxman - Thanks for looking. And I love all of jim's stuff.

    1.Here are some hand sketches.
    2.And finally, a fun sketch of indiana jones. Did come out right.

    Well guys comment all you want. I'll be back soon to post more. Bye.
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    nice work

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    Thanx for stopping by blkn. More to come.

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    Whats up guys. Feelin inspired by all the artist here. Here are some artwork for u to critique on.

    1.This is a quick sketch I did with markers of the Lord Jesus Christ. Didn't come out as I planned.
    2.Here are some practice sketches of spheres and cubes.
    3.And finally an old sketch I did of a tiger many moons ago.

    So that's it for now. Will be back soon to show u some more. Asta la vista.
    Last edited by gmags; January 8th, 2007 at 05:21 PM.

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    copying doesnt help, draw from memory and life. Good eye, keep it up.

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    Hey guys back with more stuff.
    Taj - You're right gotta stop copying alot and do more real stuff.

    Here is a sketch I did of Darth Vader a couple of days ago.

    Will be back with more stuff soon. Bye.
    Last edited by gmags; January 8th, 2007 at 05:40 PM.

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    Hey gmags..

    thx for your nice comment in my SB, thought i´d return the favor...
    you got some pretty nice stuff in here, my favorite is this Indy sketch u did.
    Though u have to work on your lines i think..

    chris

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    hey gmags - stuff's coming along nicely - try to add some observational stuff to the mix!

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