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    Welcome all to my sketchbook ive being hiding around this form looking at the awersome work being done so i now it my time to show what I can do. Looking forward to people critiquing my work to help me become better. Thank you

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    Trust your gut. Do what you love. Lifes to important to be taken seriously
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    get some more practise in man, and you'll get there
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    whoa, they're massive, its hard to see the whole picture on my screen.

    Good try, keep working on bodies and faces.
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    Hey Eku,

    Do us a favor and change the image size in either photoshop or the setting in your camera or scanner. About the pics, nice expressions on the first one...work from life as often as you can. Think of it as building your library of images. Work with basic shapes and draw how light reflects and bounces off them. Reference anatomy pictures from online...and an absolute must is getting Drawing From the Right Side of the brain by Betty Edwards. Gogogo!
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    Here a few more pictures that i have done hopfully the image size is better. Thing you all of the words of encouragement but don’t be afraid to tell me what I’ am doing wrong I already know to get better I have to draw more I need to know what improvement I need to make.


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    Cool, I like your use of colour, and you do some awesome patterns (something I'm a an of). Definately more life drawing and proportion needed, but hey, that's always something we need. You have an interesting style, something I can see developing into awesome, but you need the foundations first. Hope the Sketchbook group helps
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    I love the style on these, those monkey/horned-critters in the beginning are great. The hands look a bit funky in places (like the ring finger on the middle right) so more studies on that would be good.
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    Just a few older works that i found in my sketchbook from last year.

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    That crazy-warrior guy is making me smile, and the women laying down look very encouraging for anatomy studies - they look right for the most part.
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    Awesome figure drawings. you might want to work on female face structures a bit, though. The last drawing of the guy's face is pretty good, but the mouth is a bit high and to (our) right.
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    Study perspective: Ernest Norling's "Perspective Made Easy".
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    "Knowledge is proven in action."
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    So from the post I have received you all seem to say I should practice figure drawing. I’ve been tell myself to do that since last year just never started but now I’ am taking drawing a bit more seriously now. These drawing are just what I did this weekend practiced.
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    drawings was just a doodle that I was going to put into the DSG but I didn’t really like it that much.
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    This is just doodling that i did about 2 hours ago.
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