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    Carnifex: Im gald I did maked ya happy thanks for the props

    hurricane: Bro! how is it going that green serpent dragon is the shizzle
    thanks for the happy B-D, and for the ecouragment, your
    thread is a constant inspiration, it might take a while but ill get to
    the place you are, count on it!

    kingcoyote: nope most of the times I doint use any, I need to
    train my self to visualice and use only the lines that are important
    that is why I try not to use a underdrawing it gonna take a while
    till this excesices pay off tho

    Sum anatomy from Burne Hogarth this time, a very slow day...see ya 8)

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    Having a slow day as well, Im felling a bit sick wich makes me
    agry because I just got well from an infection a week ago,
    sweet luck of mine...
    Doing the SP thing, Photoshop three hours see ya later

    -Edit-

    Spot on critique Carnifex, I do have more flesh on my cheekbones
    but it was more a visual effect because I made the top of my head to higth
    after reading your critic I made some changes in the chin as well,
    Thanks a lot for them, I really need em ill be seeing ya later

    -Daddy Smurf-

    bw I just found this guys site, Albert Khai Nam Truong and dam he´s good!!

    http://www.alberttruong.com/gallery.htm

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    the rendering on the hogarth studies is very good,but you look abit skinny on your sp. or is that just me? i seem to recall you having more flesh on you. so to speak.

    edit: something makes the face seem askew. i can't tell if it's the jawline or the placement of the mouth though. something about the mouth and beard area.
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    I went home and did some ink drawings the other day, after seeing yours.

    Thanks for the kick in the balls!

    I'm studying Hogarth right now too. I hope it pays off... I've just forgotten soo much.

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    screw u man... i finally thought i had a self portrait that i could be proud of and then u post this, now i see i have muchhhhh more to learn, and put in practice.... awesome work i wanna see more like this last one!

    much love cheers!
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    I'm liking your inks a lot especially the shading you use and the sps are great, your characters are usually very good but every so often they seem somehow hollow.

    cheerio
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    Carnifex:Yo!its good to have you around! thanks for the spot on critique,
    I made some changes based on it, Im glad you liked the shading on the
    hogarth studies, see ya later!! -Daddy Smurf-

    kingcoyote: Hogarts is kinda exagerated but its great to see the muscles
    as volumen instead as just abstract shapes conecting here and there,
    Im happy to har you wanted to do inks after seeing my experiments I made
    my day you will see studing anatomy does pays off, but it takes
    some time to even start to kick in, so keep it UP!

    Burning Eyes: Your last SP looked hell of a lot nice cool harsh dramatic
    lighting, I diged it a lot, just keep doing em, Im still way far from doing
    a really good face, its a matter of pratice thats all, you doing really
    good man!!

    young paddy1: Hey Im glad you liked the inks and the shading, as far as the
    hollow thing, well I was gonna write that ill overcome it with practice
    but truth be told Im not even sure if Ill be able to pull it off, I mean
    its not the first time someone tells me this (Jason Manely sorta told me this
    same thing on the workshop) and well I dont know what to tell ya, I guess
    time will tell, its not like I dont see "it", its more like Im not even sure if I
    can fix it, and like I said time will tell...I know you dont meant to be
    harsh on anything but man, you comment really bumed me out, its like
    I prefer to be told that my tecnichal skills are bad oh well back to the
    drawing board, still a long life to live and learn.

    SP and some portraits form this life drawing group in my city

    see ya later, let see if next bach looks a little better...

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    Ok some creatures, the big one was for the weeks COWS but I wasnt able
    to bring the skech to color, still I liked my portal opener, and I call
    it "entropy beast" and some demonish lemur, see ya guys later

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    The portal creature is a good start... very dark. It reminds me of the Naz'gul from LOTR, and also some of Brom's stuff. The arms on it look a little "off" though, like you couldn't figure out how they should attach... um, it looks like you added some mass in between the torso and arms to make up the difference, instead of getting them positioned well in the first place. Does that make sense? I'm also having trouble figuring out what's going on with the triangle shape next to him... I'm assuming that it's the "portal", but it's position in space isn't consistant with everything else. I love the head-piece/body armour, and tatoos though...

    The SP and portraits are awesome, as usual. Do you work from photos with your SPs at all? The reason I ask, is that I always have trouble maintaining (or, failing that reestablishing) facial expressions with the angle, and lighting etc. when I'm drawing myself from life.

    Great work, man! I always enjoy looking at your stuff.
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    Hey, my crazy mexican, sorry for not stopping by to often.
    Damn, I missed a lot of goodies. You sp's are looking top-notch. And the expressions, wowser.
    Anyway, nice work.
    Hope everything is well with you.

    Hugs!
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    I must have this thing whenever I see awsome lines. I just love seeing really nice line works.. love the SPs too keep drawing away!
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    sucha big improvement man, and i love to see the lineart from life, its a good variety you have there!
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    kingcoyote: Spot on critiques, I will develop this creature some more
    for the next post, so ill take all of your coments in acount for sure,
    about the photo thing I have never made a photo selfportait,
    you see you can always use photo refs of other people from magazines,
    but the beauti of using a mirror is that its almost as good as a life
    drawing, and doing stuff form life activates diferent parts of your brain
    that you dont use while coping from photos translating 3D to 2D is much
    more streessfull for your brain and you learn the doble of things,
    as far as expresions I dont mantain my face on the expresion all
    i start with a losse gesture and then I try to tighten it up by going
    back and forward on the expresion on my face, say... I consentrate on
    how the the nose goes a littel up in my face when my lips are contrated
    on anger and then I try to refine that area, and so on and on on the rest
    of the features and overall expression that I already skeched on the gesture
    underdrawing, (not that my system is all that good, actually Im pretty
    dam far form doing good expresions ) I hope this helps you a bit
    see ya and thanks for droping by!!

    Pencilator: Hey you blond sweden drawing machine!!
    I hope things are well with you too, I really need to stop
    by your thread man, those skulls are looking superb!!
    thanks for droping by my friend, and for ecouragment!!

    bumskee: Im glad you liked my linework, its a never ending work he he
    but heck I have good times with it so its ok,
    I really liked you last black and white desings, I so want to steall
    you desing sence!!

    rodrigo!: Hey! thanks lets hope I keep the improvent through the
    entire year some times I fell Im going bakcwards, Im happy
    to read you liked the lifedrawing those are my personal
    favs of the last week.

    UPDATE!!

    The cover of my sketchbook in acrilics
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