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    beautifull book you have Fran! checking all now..

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    LOVE the self portrait, and the brains are super cool! keep it up, girl.

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    hi Lefran..

    happened to see your sketchbook..
    i liked your sketchbook cover..awesome design and a fabulous sketch...

    and those monkey, giraffe stuff...flying pigs..wow
    why dont you try doing something for preschoolers..
    you know? alphabet books, and small picture'tell tale' storybooks..
    you have got a great style..
    keep it up..

    Ask me any doubt and i will help you out the best way i can..
    as far as drawing is concerned...hmm.. you just have to draw...
    draw.. and draw..

    dont jump into character design before you get to know the fundamentals of the character...you see? design comes secondary..

    get a good anatomy book..
    i would reccomend andrew loomis figure drawing..( you must be having it already.. do i sound stupid..?)


    and thats it..
    keep workin and bye..

    hey..ive got something in my sketchbook...its pretty new and i've just started getting audience..
    pls do drop in and shot loud..

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    There is but one short cut to success...apparently its called Hardwork.


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    really great stuff in your last post, really diggin those acrylics/watercolors(?) Those Ruas studies are awesome, commencing google search of "Ruas"....now!

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    You GO, girl! Love watching how you develop ideas!

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    Amazing love the design in your work.
    Cant wait to see more.

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    You have come a long way since the first pages, well done indeed, but don't slack of, keep working hard and keep working smart. I think more studies would get you on the way, and more drawing from life. If you have a DS or something you could get the painting software and do some lifepainting while out on a stroll

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    OK, ive been waiting to post this for ages!!!
    Ive submitted a t shirt design on Threadless.com and i would reaaaaally appreciate your guys support by voting for my t shirt, then it might get printed and available to buy ooo exciting

    Heres the link!! id appreciate it greatly!
    http://www.threadless.com/submission...wesome_Octopus

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    I just voted for ya!

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    Heres a project im working on at the moment- we had a 3D sort of workshop assignment in Uni, and this is what i did.
    The car doesnt look too great because the glue wasnt too great, and the card wouldnt curve- kept moving, so ended up doing the best i could with it, and snipping off the edges that ended up sticking out, but it doesnt look too neat!

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    some more owl related images- some rough sketchy type stuff for ideas and technique tests etc etc

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    You're so creative hehe! Love it all! ^^

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    - I'm loving the 3D paper works, and the illustration cut-out piece! Very original style - fantastic work Fran!

    the last pencil sketch there is beautiful! - keep it up!

    Tx

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    Clochette, Molly: Thanks

    i have another t shirt up to vote on on threadless-
    please visit and vote!
    http://www.threadless.com/submission...rd_in_the_hand

    The other one i submitted did well, within the highest scores ive seen, i'll find out in a month whether or not its been chosen, fingers crossed!

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    Are those Owls digital or actual real life collages?

    I really like the Octopus t-shirt design, I hope it does well in the compo!

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    the first 2 on their own are quick digital mock ups, and the one sat in the tree is actual stuck down collage, thanks

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    you draw great!

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    Lovin the owl stuff. reminds of a cool childrens book.

    This is golden...
    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1229130297

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    great stuff!!! finally someone who posts images that I can *see* on my monitor

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    fun tshirts! i hope you win!



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    awesome work Lefran! May you find your way out.

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    It's been a while since I last saw your thread, you have been posting some awesome stuff here.
    keep it up!

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    is just spotted your floating piggy in the last pencil sketch, cute

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    katzenminze: thanks, ill get round to rendering the pig soon
    Factorzero: thanks, its gonna be for a childrens book! 3d buildings in photo format with illustration combined!
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    hp: thanks, i dont think ive won anything though as its usually about a month til you get picked if you get picked? and no news so its not looking hopeful, oh well i can keep entering
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    heres another pencil study of one of Ruas' pieces, im gonna try a different take on this in photoshop as well

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    beautiful sketch! esp the eyes.



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    There's obviously a lot of quality around here at CA, but some things are my cup of tea more than others (individuality over flamboiance). I must admit your stuff has caught my eye, I'm looking forward to coming back and going through the whole thread properly.
    cheers
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    ruas' art is gorgeous, pretty solid pick for an artist to study. so yeah, nice study, lovely line quality. I love the relief and 3d stuff further up, top stuff, your doin some really interesting things.

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    Updaaaaaaaaate! She's looking pretty suave now

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    Very nice sketches I saw your work when I went to the UWE open day, there weren't many sketchbooks on display, but yours was by far the best.

    Hopefully I'll see u around next year.

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