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    Wow your last update is very good! I like a lot the samurais! What medium did you use to paint them? Watercolor?
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    Matt SmithThanks for the kind words and droppin by.

    stineI was a bit concerned it would'nt be readable at first.
    ashrummThanks. Yourguys are lucky to be having classes, me I sometimes work as a labourer for my cuzzy. Right now I'm unemployed looking for scholarships or grants to start a course.
    Ivan.R Hey there! Well, I used these Swan paints that come in tablet form, just add water. My sis found them at my mums school where she teaches and let me have them, sucker.

    Plan on doing studies from this Boris...(off to see how to spell that name)...Vallejo photography art book, from front to back cover. Heres the first.

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    This is really nice, you went straight for the torso very nice!! Nice rendering, my only problem is with the length of the right arm from shoulder to elbow it should be a bit longer. And on the bottom of the thigh in the foreground I don't think I would have put a bunch of tone to define the bottom of the thigh there. Its hard to see where it stops or starts. The Torso is excellent though chest, and abdomindal obliques are great good work.
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wow! great faces, and facemask-designs!
4 stars from me !
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    wow, that drawing is great! anatomy wise i can't tell anything, because you're way ahead of me, but i really like the smooth rendering. very cool page!
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    ashrumm Guess I got a bit lazy on some areas, the arm is how it looks in the photo though the hand is slighty larger than the ref. Better foreshortening on the arm probably would of explained why it's looking the way it does. Thanks for the comments and critique dude.

    DileYou better not be having me on, my first stars fanks awot I so pwoud.

    stineThankStine your the coolest. More on it's way, though I need to work on speed and draw something from life, maybe a self portrait tomorrow.

    Thanks guys heres the 2nd and 3rd page of the Boris Vallejo book. I really need to get a new scanner I appologise for those lines always showing up.
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    These last few posts are really nice, I hope you can keep up this calibur in your sketch book. A huge leap from your earlier posts. Keep up the good work
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  • ah, eh your worth 4 stars!
    great update!
    again, nice work! keep on !
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    again: very cool update. but if you hadn't mentioned those lines happened by accident i would've thought you put them there on purpose. kind of structures the page (sorry, stupid me...). the first one has an amazing rendering and the small figure on the left has a great feel to it, too. the upper female portrait could use a little more defined hairline, i guess. otherwise her forehead seems a little big. but again: wonderful rendering, especially on the left eye (her left eye i should say). lower portrait looks a little odd, but over all that's a huge step and you're doing so great! pleasure to watch! cheers,

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    SmitherinesThanks I'll try, I'm amazed that I've posted daily the last few days and kept up the motivation, I have my SSG buddies to thank so thanks guys, stay on my ass if I start to stray.

    DileWill do thanks.

    stineAgain I got lazy (or tired from the first one) thanks for the tip. Yeah the left eye was the most interesting I lost interest in the right, it was bassicaly a circle of black for some reason, so tried to make it look more like herleft one. See ya round again thanks.

    Started this Metroid Primus sketch after I posted last night. Got caught up in it today after I finished the 4th page of the B Vallejo book. Inspired by two earlier sketches including General Greivous from Star Wars episode 3.

    Old character sketches Left: Shima, Bombu Master Right: Dark army Soldier
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    The beginings of Metroid Primus at left. I'm left handed so things start and progress from right to left in my sketches to avoid smudging.
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    A tribute to CA and Android (I kept the tuft of hair giving it that Android edge)/A Star Wars pisstake.
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    Didn't get around to an SP, tommorow or kick my ass.
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    i'm so impressed. period.
    again a truly great update. the last page is wonderful. the only thing i noticed is that the left foot looks a little odd, but other than that it's an amazing rendering. very reduced but still completely readable. sorryif i posted almost the same words before, but it's just like that. i especially like her right arm. did you work from right to left again? pleasure to see your new posts, nii. keep them coming!
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    nice studies....it helps too to do master copies and drawing from life.....you learn things from photos that you can't learn from life and its the same vice versa. Keep it up.
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    Wow I am just speechless! The red figure is just amazing! There is really a big difference between the drawings you posted previously and your few last updates!
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