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    DarafThank you! I really enjoyed your SB and Website/s. You have a lot of really good advice.
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    Nice muscle stuff in your last set of sketches, try some skeletons, give em guns and sh1t to make them look cool.

    Sometimes the best form of attack for getting better is to draw what you don't think your good at ( usually breasts for me ).

    Sweat to see someone in our SSG that posts reguarly. Should probably PM the other daily posters asking what the go is. Anyway keep on rolling.... like a tumble weed, are they real? Or just in the movies? pfff dont answer ill Google it.
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    Katsaros, my friend I totally agree about drawing what your weak at. " A chain is only as strong as its weakest link". I'm doing a few pages on hands and heads. I got my bluff called on them and decided it's time for a tune up. Thanks for swinging by my humble SB. Take a gander at one of my sculpt threads and tell me what you think.

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    YEAh! there they are
    in the hulk piece it looks like he is falling of teh cliff. cuz hes leaning forard to much to be standing there.
    love the collored pencil one!
    keep at it!
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    "a chain is only as strong as its weakest link" EEP..thats deep! o.o
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    Great work, really nice anatmy. Remeber the radius goes to the thumb, the radius generally bows outward from the elbow. The Superior logus muscle follows this bend but flattens about 2/3 the way to the hand. You have described this really well on this cool pointy fingered guy.

    The comic book feeling of the last one rocks! Reminds me of a Korn video clip (which is sweet).
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    KATSAROSThanks Man, you're too smart for your own good. I really appreciate the help.

    Thanks Again
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    I love the studies! And the dalmation character is cool too. But I think the colors of his shadows would be warm instead of cool, becuase of the fires glow. Imagine a white tshirt!
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    Damn! you just pump tese out!
    the dog is my fav, but you need to work moer on teh hands, goo dstart, but you can take them so much further.
    i want to see some leg studies now mate
    no disco anatomy like some gym guys here!

    //peace
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    SmellyGood call on the colors of the dog. Excellent Idea with the white T-shirt analogy. I'm going to get right on that.

    Thanks A lot!
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    Hi man, you got some cool traditional stuff :] That oil with the skulls is real nice, I'd love to see you use the same kind of approach to your digital stuff. The hulk is real nice to. The green guy with long hair is about to fall of the cliff though. Overall the studies are of pretty muscular men and stereotypical woman, try mixing it up with more normal built guys (Not showing all muscles through the skin weather there big or skinny) and more natural looking ladies. Keep it up :]
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    Smart? hehe I was just quoting from a book "Constructive Anatomy" by George B. Bridgman. Nabbed it from the libarary, I might buy it though if they have it at amazon.
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    Waka I'll get on to more hands ASAP,and legs HEHE!
    JOVEYou nailed it on the stereotypical stuff. I've always had an affinity towards the ideal and less toward the norm. A guy told me the same thing about one of my scultures. I will definately calm things things down a bit.
    KatsarosYou're still being modest
    Thanks Guys.
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