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    Nice stuff, watch the placement of the hips though, especially the first woman with the sword, her loincloth is a bit low and the legs are pushed forward a bit to much. The color sketch is a bit muddy and undefined and the skin tones are a bit bland, don't be afraid to mix in some more colors to get some contrast :]
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    hi hi hi! I love all your figure sketches! the study of the eye looks great too. I think it would be nice to see more close ups like that
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    Nice study of tone and color in your latest piece, maybe try drawing the whole head? Good stuff.
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    Thanks guys. Here's an update, haven't been drawing much.
    I was inspired to draw by Daniel C's latest update.
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    Wow lots of improvement just looking from the top of this page to what you've done recently. Your line quality has really improved. Drawing from life has really helped your rendering also. Keep it up man, very inspiring.
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    Man you draw some awesome female stuff. Looking forward to seeing some of them colored. Great poses all around.
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    I agree your line quality has definatly improved. Perhaps consider drawing with ballpoint pen or a medium that doesn't allow you to heavy/beef up your lines as much as pencil does. I think this might help you increase your line quality even further, maybe ask around cause I could be wrong.

    But I just got to say your work definaltely has some amazing potential especially in the female department. Chuck a female into the shirt on this page and youll have no complaints from me (from an artistic point of view of course).
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    Keep doing your thing man, your coming along nicely.
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    very good pencils!
    some paints?
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    eek, maybe I'll paint soon, me and paint have never really gotten along...me and colors altogether actually.

    Here's a little something, I'm trying to learn how to design because I have a school assignment to make a cover page for a school magazine

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    Keep the design simple for the magazine cover. Chilijapones and myself have to do this stuff all of the time for the company we work for. Go for a good graphic composition that would draw your eye to it from across the room. Then let the viewer enjoy the details after that. Keep posting!
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    the magazine cover looks good, but i think you should crack out lots of thumbnails, playing around with placement and shapes, get the basic read of it down first,
    and also what muniz said

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