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    Weclome back. THe heads are good doodles. Quantity over quality as they say.
    THe sausage riding guy is cool and with a good dynamic pose. The left leg could have been twisted a bit more foreward, but that is my opinion.

    It is good that you are back with us again.
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    hahahah kool stuff
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    damn, you're really confident with those markers, heads are looking stellar and the suasage wrangling is great
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    doodling - more later - today is a drawing day for sure:

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    hehe the cowboy if fun.
    keep em coming man.
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    very nice and clean looking as always, I'm incredibly envious of your studies as I started doing some of my own and the came out as crap compared. very neat looking costume on the right marker/ink guy
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    Are you using Copic brand for your markerwork? Cause it's nice :p Great anatomy studies, just watch the planes of the face when drawing heads in an upward-type angle, keep them lined up. Otherwise you're swingin'.
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    ty 4 comments! markers are not copic, these are real cheap and nasty (well not that nasty) kurecolor markers. just a fat chisel-tip.

    i use them instead of my pantones cos I'm one of those people who dont like to feel that I'm wasting the good stuff - lame I know, but I'm getting better

    more soon!
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    This is my last 'dump' style post for a while. I think I've got a to a place now where I can see that I am improving, so my future posts will be more considered and carefully chosen. I'll still maintain a high output of studies and pages of stuff to learn about proportions, anatomy and composition but it feels a bit like spamming the thread with crap which nobody will care about but me, and as it has achieved my objective of marking some sort of progress I am changing my own rules so there

    anyhoo - 'The final dump' <parp!>

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    Noodling for a design for a zombie cowboy -

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    last dumpage - so there!
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    final-ish design - gonna flex the proportions and make it much more stylised, but this is my 'comfort-zone' version to define what i'm going for

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    IS this for any competition? The final design looks good. The bone nunchucks are a nice addition. Just be sure the hands are actualy grabbing them. Like on the right hand one of the fingers are actually going through it.
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