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    The necks on the females in the first pciture are a little long and the girl on the lefts nose looks a little long on the 2nd picture. It amazes me how many unique thumbnails you can produce. The lizard man looks pretty interesting as well. Keep up the good work

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    Hey Unbreakable, thanks for the compliments on the other internet crack..err myspace. Got some nice stuff in here man, some interesting constumes and characters. It's hard for me to give advice these days or pick out one specific thing for a critique, there's so much cumulative stuff that goes into being a good drawer both in exection and content. Sooooooooo.. Keep doing both. Just keep at it man. Keep refining and learing, read and do the research and apply it to the art. And... be original. I don't say that because I see something to the contrary here but if you're going to do concepts you HAVE TO HAVE TO do something that no one else is doing. Look at other artist to see what people are doing and avoid apathy but only for that reason. Be your own man, do your own thing. Bring in subjects from outside of conceptart to your conceptart. If you do that you'll be a professional much faster than you think.

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    i like the sketchyness of the hand studies..very appealing to me for some reason

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    The way you draw the body is cool and your poses look strong too but the faces of most characters look a bit off and a bit bland.But thats just me,I realy love good faces on good bodies and you know what ,the face shows the expression of the whole body and mind ,it is the window to a characters' uniqueness and personality.
    You got something good goin on there,just keep working.

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    Destinatus- yeah the one on the bottom i ment to make it longer just messin' around. but the top one was an accident. thanks

    Steak- Wow!!! Steak-tron actually posted in my sketchbook. Yeah i total get what your saying about what all it takes to be a good drawer. Your comments diffently helped a lot.

    zeeble- i glad you like that sketchiness makes me feel good.

    bhanu- i'll work on those faces man . but i would like to know what exactly makes them bland the lack of express or what?

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    my only crit for you guy is that her HER right breast curves in to much, it should be in a diagnol pointing towards her, so It can rest on the chest. Great drawing, I wanna see lots of detail now. Go!

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    keep drawing from life and you will find your true powers.

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    Thanks Rob -i need you to show me what you are talkin about.

    Thanks Orozc0- i was checking out your stuff and was impressed.

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    ooo it looks good! but my only crit is..her dress looks like..its painted onto her upper body..tight clothes tend to make these small wrinkly stuff...yeah..that probably made no sense lol. but other then that! the anatomy is nice =) so is the dress design

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    I like it, but I think the symbols on her clothing could be better, maybe more graphic, more a part of the clothing then an addition.

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    as I thought, U have busy with all the stuff you are going through right now so no recent updates. Man, I hope things will work out for you, finding your dream man. Find a job around dallas so we can hang out and draw again.

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    Unbreakable, I really like your line work, its very clear.your life studies are quite good, along with many very interesting costume designs. keep workin on the anatomy tho, and also the forms of your characters, how they all fit together. Its so hard(well i find it hard) to try and slick to the natrual grid of the face, yet at the same time, try and keep your drawings 'alive'.

    Keep up the hard work, good on ya from New zealand

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    yeah not going to be able to update for awhile due to a lot of craziness.
    Zeeble- I understand what you mean about the dress. Thanks
    Artificial- texture and clothing are two of my biggest weaknesses I will be working on both soon. Thanks
    Tu- yeah I have been drawing just no way to post soon though soon.
    Sybo-I currently working on construction of the head then I am going to move to the figure. I haven't really had time to focus on these things becuase i was so bissy with school and other stuff. Thanks

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    Nice updates man. Your faces are really good and I am definately seeing alot of improvement.

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    Dude, you know how to shade...well more than I can atleast..heh. I like it, shading and especially something I cannot do, folds and wrinkles..yours just flows naturally it seems. Your figure's bodies are good but I think some of the faces could use some work...good improvements though

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    hey guys I back after like two months. most of this stuff is just sketches.the scan are really bad so hopefully you can tell what is going on.




    I did this for my portfolio


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    Right on Brian, keep cranking out good stuff. You've been improveing a ton!
    Good to see the move hasn't stopped you from your sketchings.

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    it's good seeing u back, not just back, BACK with a KICKKKKK,,, you're running improving dawg,, keep it up
    The drawing before the portfolio ( 2nd last) - watch out for the neck, the placement of the head.
    The second piece, damn, clean line mang
    Portfolio piece- hot damn, that's fukkin clean ass line u kick mang
    keep it up

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    nice stuff you got here Brian, the last one is my favorite. I would only say to Exaggerate it more. The side profile shot of her face is ok, just over lap the wrinkles of the clothing, like big time. Nice touch with star on the naked guy, lol. I would like to see more wrinkles and drapery if possible. Keep it up coming sir.

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    Jeff- Thanks man I trying to keep my head up.
    Tu - your too kind and yeah I'll try to watch the head thing that has been a problem for me for sometime now.
    Rob- I will definitely work on more exagerated posing and drapery.

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    here is some more stuff.
    mess 'round with some greyscale stuff. wip

    another thing i did when i first got my tablet

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    nice stuff in here, liking the characterdesigns. Could it be that marko Djurdjevic is one of jour main influences? SOmehow these designs remind me on him!
    These figures are turning out pretty nicely but you should get some anatomyknowledge to makje them even better. These poses and proportions are quite good but they are definitely lacking anatomical structure.

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    thanks Gloominati yeah Wes and Marko are huge inspirations. But I try not to rip them off if there are similarities it is probably becuase of similar interest.


    a bit fugly but whateva

    I've been modeling a little more here lately. here is a turnaround of an unfinished model should be finish modeling and texturing next week.


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    Dude I like the new stuff....groooooooooovy!!!!! keep it up mang!@!!!

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    You've got a good thing going on in here. I think you should work on your rendering and shading. Give some of this stuff some depth. I won't say "keep it up or anything", cause you don't need me to. See ya around!

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    Thanks Masterpug



    the head is a little big on this one i had fixed it but photoshop when dumb and crashed on me






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    Yo brian, sorry I didn't call you back i just remembered just now, haha.

    Any who, block your faces and put some depth in the eyes.



    And make some better poses for your characters, they are just really weak and don't show your true strenghts. The guy with his hand just sticking out seems really boring and I don't know why he's holding his hand out, the placement of the feet look kinda weird.

    Draw every type of attitude there is and see if people on the forum can guess what type of attitude it is, if they don't know and are confuse then work on that attitude. If they guess it right, no need to practice that.

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    man

    dude david and i were checking out your thread and we both agree that you are going to be as good as wes oneday

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    just messin around see what i could draw from memory

    start of a tattoo design






    a new portfolio piece that looks much better in person


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    Arrow nice

    man brian, you are getting much better. I like the way you keep at it man, good stuff. you seem to be working on pretty much everything you need to to get better. I see the anatomy studies and the character designs and I def like what Im seeing. only thing I would say is diversify your content a bit. lets see some enviros and vehicles, things like that. thats what im working on and it is actually helping me alot, getting my hand used to different types of strokes and forms, working with perspective. it all relates. now I def gotta start my sketchbook on here, keep it going man, it's awesome watching you develop your skills.

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