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    Shon's sketchbook - updated dec12

    Hi,

    I've wanted to start one of these sketchbooks for a while now and finally picked up enough nerve to do so. Everything I've done here have done in the past while. I will be updating it quite often






















































    wow thats alot more than i thought there would be. if this is too much someone just say and i will take some down. I'm mainly looking for crits on my lifedrawing if anybody has any.

    but anyways i must go now

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    It's too much! Take it all down! heh

    Looking good dude. From what i can see, your life stuff seems to be getting better. I especially like the twisting guy. He's got a great, dynamic pose going. Some of the anatomy may be a tad skewed in places, especailly (and this is the pot calling the kettle black) in the hands, but i've no doubt a few intesive study sessions will iron those out.

    I'll keep an eye on this one. Keep posting!

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    You've got a really nice style going on, especially on female anatomy. If I was you'd I'd start churning out some anatomy studies - particularly male. That, in conjunction with the fluidity you manage to capture in your figures, would result in some really top-notch art.

    Just put your nose to the grindstone, and you'll be a demigod.

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    you have a really good cartoon style, love to see more of it
    the tree looks great, be checking in often
    so keep em comming

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    ooo a demigod, that would be fun.

    thanks for the comments.
    i have only been drawing females for maybe the last half a year or so but to learn tham i have been going to life drawing courses and what not. but for males I have basically gotten all of my training through comic books, so that is probably why my male drawings are a liitle lacking.

    hers a few things i just did:







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    nice start to a SB here. the sketch of the crawling tree or whatever is great. good sense of weight/direction. you've got obvious anatomy issues you need to nail down, honestly, work more from the human figure, it will have profound effects on your cartooning.

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    yah man for sure, im going to be taking some classes come january: life drawing and what not. But im not going to procrastinate and wait until then. I will be trying to update this daily.

    Here are a few more trys:











    thanks for looking

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    heres a few more,








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    Updated with a leopard. This is because I have never drawn one and thought it would be good practise to do so



    Drawn then scanned then PS, bout one hour I guess

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    this one is really bugging me, i know it need lots more work but i cannot think of what i can do to fix it. im not sure if its just my line or maybe my colours but somethings a bit off



    any advice??

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