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    Nice, has quite a bit of character.
    Really need to watch proportions tho. Do you work from ref?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZapRadon
    Nice, has quite a bit of character.
    Really need to watch proportions tho. Do you work from ref?
    on this one i didn't I try to for my other stuff.

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    You Lack Discpline!
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    vooy Nice stuff man.
    Diggin the last one. DO MORE REFRENCED STUFF. it helped me alot
    but do GOOD REFZ. like concept art itself has good refz. i think its in WIKI.
    Last stuff ive seen from u, there much confidecncce in ur lines, ur shading is really nice. U might wanna go over the ear agai, anit small. the face is looking amazing, do more refrences stuff. and keep up ur still lifes too.
    STILL LIFE
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    KEEP DRWAING. ur on the rit track

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    Try lowering the resolution. then upload.

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    Thanks, and will do.

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    An Alan Kraayvanger Study

    I had a really good book from Kraayvanger, dealing mostly with live models, but i haven't had the chance to draw with a live model. The book though talks about a lot of useful things..like controlling contrast, using expressive lines, and how to recognize shapes. It was a really helpful book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oki
    nothing?

    ROFL

    d00d. dont get upset sometimes if u dont have ne replies, there were times that i posted 3 times and still didnt have ne replies

    uve got to do more stuff, so people will come, take time and comment, critique. the only thing u should do now is to drwa everyday, and then upload like 10-15.

    so ull be having lotssa critiques ;p
    About he last drawing u did, i like the pose, the face is nicely rendered, u just gotta draw more, dont put SO much time for ur shading
    Ur observation is pretty good, u see and u draw , and majority of time u get the proportions right
    Keep pluggin

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    Welcome to the sketchgroup dawg. Loving the studies from up there ^

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    I especially like your life study pic (kraayvangerstudy1mc.jpg) because of its strong prominent outline.

    Recently your stuff has been less sketchy and you've been picking more intuitive emphasis on certain areas, which is really good. When you are making those lines stronger on a second/third pass, try and do them yet more defined so they don't look like tramlines and you can see where you've went over the same areas. Then eventually I guess you'll be able to make them darker straight off the bat.


    I think you might be a little pushed to meet 100 hands before march, I counted like 19 if you included beside chacters and gloves (Yes you're still far ahead of my 5 :/ ). As HEROIC said, don't worry about the lack of replies, we're definetly watching with eagle eyes eager to comment if the chance arises.

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    pretty good values going on here and there, but i say to you what i say to myself alot... harder, cleaner, faster, stronger!!! try some pen work to mix it up!

    gg

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    Thanks guys, I'll work hard at those hands and maybe I'll post up some charcoal stuff.

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    yeah, u got some good stuff goin on here. im srry ill sit down and give u a well thought out crit sometime, but im just too busy right now. but it looks good, vast improvement from the beginning of the book.

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    Oki Oki Oki,
    even couple dayz seems long not checkin ur thread, Hows it been with drawing?
    DOnt forget of all those things me and others told ya to drwa, ehh???
    DOnt just work on imaginary stuff. Its good to work on ur lines, but get a grip fo doing some anatomy, SOme still life, Draw ur room for exmple, ur caluser, ur bed, ur pencils, ur Table, Ur hands. Draw what u see, thats the way to get ur Imaginative stuff betta.


    Keep pluggin
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    http://img211.imageshack.us/my.php?i...onstudy3br.jpg

    Nice smooth shading technique, and the face itself looks good too (but the ear probably needs some work).
    About your Kraayvanger study : bring 'em on !

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    Thanks ^_^
    here's todays fix
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    beautiful pencil drawings!!!!!!!

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    Keep up the good work! Anyway you can switch hosts so the images are in your thread from the start? Its just more inviting to check your stuff out that way! Try Photobucket! Those studies are very good for learning. you remind me that I gotta do some too!
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    You got some very l33t stuff mate. Keep it up. And try some non-standing poses aswell. Maybe some colorworks would be good too. I started way to late with those myself, and its realy hard to learn, maybe it will come more natural if you start early on.

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    eek too big...better?

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    Yeah what Jens said. Good going in trying to branch out with stronger outlines but remember that they are "out"lines. The bolder lines should excentuate areas of certain prominence.

    Try and use bolder lines for your bolder structures that would fall into shadow. Then use thinner more descriptive lines for inside values like the creases of the hand where it meets the girls face. If you look at how graphic designers try and touch up their models they put more emphasise on the top of the eye while the crease below is thinner. I like the lips and the outline around her, although sketchy is definitely on the right track. Good stuff.

    *edit - By the way I also prefer bigger pictures.

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    ok after looking at a lil of ur stuff, i think i got a bit of a crit for u. i feel like ur going over u lines too much, trying to curve them n such, it looks like everyline is made up of millions of short pieces of wire. espesially ur main contour lines. usually going over lines over and over, makes the mistakes stick out even more. u gotta practice continuing ur lines. this is a difficult thing to overcome, and everyone has had problems with continuing lines, there is no easy way to get fluid lines, u just gotta practice. Im not saying u have to hit the whole curved line in one fluid motion... thats purposturous! just to practice extending ur lines so it looks like its only one line. i got 2 tips for doing curved lines. hold ur pencil further up the handle, about midway. draw with a sort of downward flick, sort of a combination of fingers and wrist. dang this is hard to describe in words. the other tip is to just practice drawing lines in all shapes and form side by side as close as u can. dont worry about going slow and getting squiggly un easy lines, just focus on the space between the lines. the point isnt pretty lines, but accurate ones, done without a ruler, or french curves. 1 hold the pencil farther up, so u have a larger radius of motion that isnt constricted by ur fingers. 2 figure out the downward flick. its really hard to explain it. and the 3rd is just practice practice practice. try using a sharpie or sumthing to draw, it really helps to build confidence. o! i almost forgot, ur paper isnt glued to the table... dont be afraid to move it around so u can hit the line in the most comfortable position. dont let ur left hand feel so left out (no pun intended), or right, if ur left handed. use it to move the paper at different angles rather than turning ur whole body all over the place.

    any how, like i said, u got a great thing happening here, keep up the excellent drawing. ur pal, obx.

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    cool stuff youg ot going on here man. Try making your lines in single strokes rather than overlapping them. it'll give you more confidence. I like your character designs too, thast great to feed the imagination.


    The breasts look kind of small in some pic also. I don't think they should get smaller like that, they're just flatter and sag less.

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    lol i see ^_^
    Here's a new one
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    keep practicing u should try working on your shading ur not pulling and pushing hard enough

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    yep, push and pull away. Nice butt on the last one. Have you studied any anatomy? the arm looks kind of tubey. Females don't have big arm muscles but they're still there and some slight suggestions is all thats needed, mainly in the deltoid.

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    I haven't yet been able to find a middle ground for female arms cause i tend to make them either too big or too small.

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    Yay bootey! Looking good. If you wanna increase the contrast I say get a softer pencil instead of push harder. That way you won't fuck up the paper.

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