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    hey up, I can see your line art is up with the big lads, also wanted to see more coloured pieces.
    Maybe i could get some motivation that way, because atm colour is everything.... I want to be part of everything!

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    Yeahhh! Max is up in the house......... Max< I am really diggin the new pen and inks man.. Showing so much more life and rythm through out the drawing + keeping it simple with the forms and shape, nice. On this colored piece.. Watch those saturated colors...

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    Asoir: let your prayers be heard by the fantasy and concept desing gods!!

    Inkfish: duuuuude thaks for stopinb by and for the honest criticing, yeah
    the left arm looks kinda detached, I should work that out but it was
    more of a color speedpaint so I just let the error stay, ill work on
    this one a bit more perhaps more texture and some tighteing like
    you say could make this one shine a bit more, bw good luck on your
    school applications!!

    liam.c: he he maybe we should fund a company to get hired by eachother

    Cold: well actually value is everything if your grayscale is working then
    you can use even graiss ugly tones and things still will hold up,
    I mean ill look better if your color choises are good, but if your values
    are wrong it does not matter how good you color is it would still look
    like crap, thanks for stoping by and keep that SKB updated man, you
    have some asum stuff there!!

    seth1: he he yeah ill try to tone stuff down tho I liked how the color on the
    orc turned out, It slightly on the to sat side I agree on that, Im still
    struggleing to find this nice middle ground on color, Im glad you liked the
    inks man, Im having shitloads of fund with em!!

    INKS!!!

    no under drawing except for the lady on the lower right side on the first page,
    and no ref except for the lady on the lower left side and the girl head on the upper
    left on the second one, still getting the hang of my aesthetics :/

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    I think im beginning to understand what u mean, thx maxetormer for the tip, il put it into practice asap!

    *edit* Lovely line work!

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    Nice upate mate... What Ive read about colors is dont worrie about the color but the value. If you have the value right the colors will just fall into place, also dont try to force color out just let it flow...

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    Hey there!

    Looking good as as always, bonus points for including Hulk Hogan too

    There seem to be some placement issues with a few of those inks(the eyes are a bit off with the second dude top right), but i think thats understandable when inking without a sketch beneath, i think it's a great way to practice precission.

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    i like that last few sketches, don't really have much to crit.

    the last pic, the face seems to be a little off. otherwise, i think it's ok.

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    Cold: hey thanks Im glad you liked it, bw keep those values up!!

    seth1: let it flow... will remeber that, thanks for droping by my friend

    Inkfish: yep its a dam good pratice, and yep eyes placement is kinda funky,
    o well onto the next experiment

    ah.heng: Im glad you diged this last ones, faces are still a problem,
    tho I kinda liked this last one, still ill try to be more presice on the future

    Ok non ref doodles, seening what things I have learned as far as ligthing goes

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    Love the robot legs on that guy! ...Aaaand the cod piece! I wonder if it makes it easier or harder with the ladies? Hs-ha!

    Watch the hands! His left hand seems a little small to me... It looks a little odd to me too, but that might just be the angle. Hands always look off at the wrong angle, I think that's part of what makes them so hard to draw.

    Awesome work lately! Some of it's a little wierd... But Awesome!

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    ...By wierd, I mean like William Burroughs. I guess surreal is more accurate...

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    Pretty cool new sketches.

    There are a lot of small mistakes, but these are only sketches, so that's to be expected. I don't see any consistent problems so that's really good.

    Some of the figures look rather stiff though. I don't know what you can do to fix it because I have the exact same problem though!

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    kingcoyote: he he weird is good man Im glad you diged the robot legs,
    and I agree with you on the hands, Ill try do better the next time

    staylor: Stiffness... this never ending problem, even tho I do belive
    I make less stiff posses at least in promedy thanks for the
    props and for the honest criticing keep hammering on man

    Ok some guy smoking with an apple form a OC seccion with Seth
    and some landscape compo study for a color work, let see if
    I can pull this shit off.

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    more doodling

    the cover of my actual SKB
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    life
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    life
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    central old guy was drawn form life as well
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    Amazing handstudie and the front SKB is nice aswell.
    The guy from life (second piece) looks a bit weird to me (as in the shape of his head and some proportions) but maybe he was in real life

    Lewis

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