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    emily (11.28: more costumes and stuff)

    EDIT: Hey, I'm Emily Su and my dream is to work as an illustrator at Imaginary Friends or Udon Crew

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    and some fanart sketches based on anatomy sketches.

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    ummm for my class, i'm doing some "sailor" concepts that are probably around the roman/greek time but really don't have to be >.<

    this is part of the "loner" type stuff ^^ the first page was all done in pen.

    will post more later.

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    no one has replied yet?
    it's a cruel world out there in sketchbook land these days! so many sketchbooks, so little time : ]

    anyway enough blabbing. you have some nice stuff here. good to see you doing them studies, i should really be doing the same...

    my favourite is this one - i love the dynamic pose and the loose yet firm lines for the clothes. if you could get the same accuracy and confidence in your lines for the actually figure, then you would be seriously rocking! with more and more studies, life drawing and practice, you'll get more confident in where you put your line.
    the actually anatomy is fine, but it does seem a little stiff in places. try doing some exercises where you have to draw the whole figure in just a few minutes. either in life drawing or with anatomy books. this will help you to loosen up, and your drawings will benefit greatly from it. try not to worry about how it will look. a sketchbook is for you, not others. if you draw a quick loose sketch and it looks rubbish at first, who cares? with practice you will get better. and then when you go to draw at a normal speed, you will notice a greater sense of your own style coming through.

    hope this makes sense. just try a few loose sketches a day.
    try and get everything in with out taking your pencil off the paper.
    try get everything in in as few lines as possible.
    try getting everything in in as little time as possible.
    these suggestions may sound a little lame, but try them out. i think your drawings will improve greatly from them (and they are already awesome!)
    hope this make sense.

    i look forward to your next update.



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    good stuff here, gal. I really dig the colored piece. Good colors there. The right shoulder is to broad though and the left shoulder seems to slump. Your shading shows good understanding. keep it up.
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    These rock. Hot ass on this one. And this paint is really nice. Gimme some more.
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    mizore. unfortunately i've been really sick so i had to finish this fast (by my standards)...i'll finish the keyboard tomorrow and work on some details/fixing.

    oh, btw thanks to everyone who commented!!!!!

    @cartoonfox: yeah my main problem is anatomy + drawing too slow....trying to work on it...

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    Wow! I really like the last painting. The lamp and the highlights on your face are great. The only thing that immediately bugs me is your thumb. I think it should be lowered a bit?

    Your first fanart picture is amazing. I love your confident lines and they have a rhythm to them also.
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    Nice studies!. I like that your working with character interaction too. Watch your head sizes, in a few of em i see the porportions of the heads way off from the rest of the body.

    Your last sketch here is really impressive nothing to complain about that one yet. Keep up the great work
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    hp... these are starting great!
    The second loner pager's sitting figure has VERY long limbs...
    I really like that last SP (but watch your thumb, it's dislocated), and the little figure on the other figure's shoulders.You nailed that pose!

    Keep working and posting!

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    woot! part of a group! ^^ (really need to start meeting more ppl on this forum)

    @XXXJanitorman: thanks, about the thumb, i realized what is wrong....i think i am more flexible in my fingers than most people...i'll fix it though b/c everyone else will think it's wrong

    @Kresh: yeah....working on anatomy.

    @glikster: ditto from what i wrote for kresh and xxx >.< i think the figure who's sitting on the other's shoulders - you're talking about my bleach sketch? - anyways yeah that sketch gave me a hard time. i originally was gonna color it and finish it for an xmas contest but the colors on my monitor are REALLY skewed. i have to use my roommate's comp to color anything now...although i just got a 2100 paycheck...maybe i'll buy me a new comp


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    That's a very good start. 8 hours a day is lot's of time
    http://img225.imageshack.us/img225/2...irayuki0qt.jpg - this one is fantastic. Really clean line and dynamic pose.
    I think that this one http://img464.imageshack.us/img464/2209/card45wm.jpg contrast although the last one looks good.
    Can't wait to see new updates .
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    thought those sketches looked like Renji from bleach! lol great work you've got, really like the anatomy studies you've got, and your fanart based on those studies is a really cool way to go about them. Beautiful paintings, wish I could paint like that Amazing that you spend 8 hours a day btw, that's admirable/inspirational lol. Nothing I can really think to crit on honestly, you definitely seem to know what you need to work on and you're working on it diligently hehe. keep it up, looking forward to updates
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