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    colour doodly, very boring, but im out of practise so i hope the digi stuff will get better as i go along

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    you live! im liking the greyscale tones you're using on the new head studies, the lack of black is suprizingly appealing, keep it coming as always
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    i like the enviroment stuffs. keep it going man.
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    nice sketchbook... i should do some of those headstudies too.. Gotta say that this looks a little grey though! Introduce some colors And some boobs..

    keep it up
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    mmm... boobs.. <drools>

    good plan, i'll get to it ;-)
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    liking the heads as well but don't get to wild with them, well you can go wild but take care on the anatomical structure of the skull, so that the heads are individual and drawn right at the same time!
    This digital environment is pretty nice but I miss composition and some focal stuff very much. Right now it looks rather uninteresting for the eye, maybe you should work out some more details on the bridge.

    Nice stuff all in all, keep at it, and yeah soem boobs would be really nice
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    Greetings,
    Thanks for stopping by my sketch pad

    Great sketch book, your figures have great body language. They manage to comunicate a lot about themselves. Very dynamic. Hogarth is one of my biggest figure drawing resources, but mine don't seem to have a lot of life. Maybe if I hang around here some of your talent will rub off.

    Just to let you know, that last Zombie Cowboy sketch went into my inspiring art folder. Great attitude.

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    q-caddlewick: Ta 4 the coments, much appreciated - as for "Sketchbook support group" - it is for people to have a loose bond and crit each others sketchbooks as much as possible, to encourage each other to keep going! We just happen to be the 15th 'set' of people to go into the scheme.
    There's a thread where you can set them up with other people somewhere, do a search for support group and it should come up - have fun!
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    We're all coming back out of the woodwork now, heh. The enviro looks great, really moody. Faces are nice and expressive!
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    i am alive - honest

    bit busy with stuff atm, i got some pages to scan in sometime but for now hres a quick sketch i did for a design -

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    and i'm after learning painter but its taking some getting used to! not really mch to show yet!

    unimaginably stagnant

    cheers guys - i'll be back soon!
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    thank whatever good lord loiters over us in this life, cos I just passed me driving test after years of not bothering. all I can say is what a flippin' relief!

    Ive just been away on vacation as well for the first time in 9 years! thats nine! thats like over 100 months or something!

    I went to SF and Vancouver, it was ace, and I really want to go back to both places sometime.

    I even squeezed in a couple of scribbles - ill just scan them in - hang on a mo
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