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    Whoa you pay a lot of attention to lighting details!

    One thing I might suggest is to perhaps use a little less shading than you are doing now. What I mean is that I often find the shading value you use for clothes, skin tone and hair are very similar, giving the impression that they're the same color. Maybe use a different pattern of hatching for different parts of the person? (Hair, shirt, skin)

    Not that they don't look really good already, I just fancy that they'll look even cooler if you try that. Just my two cents.

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    I was just screwing around with this one. I know its not my best work but I figured I'd post it anyways.


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    i dig the art, your a hard worker !

    blog

    Quote Originally Posted by Vhan juju
    I don't know what happend to guys like you gruve24, but whatever it is, it sure has a way of destroying hearts...
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    Quote Originally Posted by gruve24
    i dig the art, your a hard worker !
    Thanks man and thank you for looking.

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    like post 216. thats realy cool.

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    I like both 216 and 217. 217 looks really professional.

    Just one thing about 217, the perspective of his left arm does not seem to match the way he's holding his lantern.

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    Sweet, Hartigan is a badass. So is Green Lantern, but, ya know, Bruce Willis... Anyway, you've definatley got a knack for capturing likeness and your rendering abilities are awesome. I think Jeri had a point in that you don't need to run the gamut from black to white in every part of the picture, makes stuff look really shiny. Having the figures against somethin other than just a white bg helps. Great stuff tho, keep it up!

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    Last edited by katsgod; August 11th, 2006 at 06:08 PM.
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    Nice stuff, it's cool to see how people improve as their sketchbook grows. The wolverines are great. The Captain Jack, and the Hugh Jackman have some seriously good resemblence. Hopefully my sketches improve this good

    I like to do the pencil/smudging technique too, thats the best way I've been able to do shading. I've been focusing on ink lately, I'll have to do up some more pencils.

    Good stuff, keep postin'

    Eth

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    love the girl on post

    Do you use models for your art work? If so you have her in a great pose' and is she somebody we know?
    I love the way she's shaded, you may have her slightly dark in the face but that can be fixed in PS.
    Good work!

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    Thumbs up retro I think

    I havenít been able to put my finger on it, but I believe the term Iíve been searching for is cheesecake/ pinup. I think itís the boots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrisp69
    Do you use models for your art work? If so you have her in a great pose' and is she somebody we know?
    I love the way she's shaded, you may have her slightly dark in the face but that can be fixed in PS.
    Good work!
    She is a model. Her husband sent me the photo and asked me to draw it.

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    Smile Her husband?

    Is it his birthday? LOL
    Will you be doing more of her in the future? I dont know why but I keep returning to this drawing! I think it's really good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrisp69
    Is it his birthday? LOL
    Will you be doing more of her in the future? I dont know why but I keep returning to this drawing! I think it's really good!
    I might be. I will have to wait and see what they say.

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    Thumbs up Hope

    We can only hope they let you do more. She has a great smile and if your rendition of her is close you have yourself a good model. I would love to see the original photograph in order to compare. If you want to send it,
    scrisp69@yahoo.com.
    Your work has gotten a lot better; I still think its kind of dark but thatís probably what youíre going for.
    Iím also sorry to here about the loss of Jasmine Grey, what a tragedy where you close?

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    This is nice work but I agree that everyone looks too dark. You may also want to try drawing things other than people.

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    Wink people

    Why?
    Everyone draws Houses and Bridges and Trees! People are interesting. When we go to the mall do we rail watch or storefront watch? No we people watch! Even at a visual place like Disneyland we all end up people watching. Disney himself spent millions creating fake people.
    Keep doing what you do best!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goodbye..fromthevoid
    This is nice work but I agree that everyone looks too dark. You may also want to try drawing things other than people.
    People are my thing....thats what I do. As far as Jasmine...her and I weren't real close but we were friends.

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    Please don’t misunderstand; I think your stuff is great! The darkness could just be your scanner or your style, what ever the case may be; please keep up the good work!

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    All this talk about shading and darkness. your last drawing is completely different from all the others. I’m new and never post but I read here a lot. Your last post is terrific! She is in my opinion you typical comic book girl next door, the girl waiting to be rescued by superman. You say her husband asked you to draw her? You’ve found a good subject for your work. Hopefully he will call you again! Is the agreement that you can use her drawings? If so and if she is willing try some damsel in distress stuff I think it could be really good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cok3
    babes nd comics! can never go wrong there :p nice studies by the way! keep em comin !!
    couldn't have said it beter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by katsgod
    Any word on this model will you b doing more drawings of her. Shes a great subject

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    Quote Originally Posted by katsgod
    Her hair is perfect and your shading on this one is good

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    nice

    Really nice work in this last one!

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