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    I also like the gorilla one very nice completion.


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    I read that comment about your "Gradiation", and I disagree. Shading doesn't always have to be so super smooth. Yeah, your hatching does need some work, but gradiation isn't a very good term to describe it.

    Improvin like crazy, keep it up! nice P's in here

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    yikes, ca.org up and running again...

    skeiff - thanks! yup, i'll experiment in painter again, kind of like it. and a lot of shortcuts are the same as in ps, so that makes it easier...

    zenko - thanks a lot for stopping by!

    pixeldragoon - hey there! thanks for having a look. yup, i'll try and work on my hatching. i just tend to go to the extremes, extremely loose or extremely tight. need to find the middle...


    another page of hands (it's the 8th... damn, ham-e, you're way ahead of me!)

    stine's sketchbook -- a portrait a day keeps the doctor away...

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    I see you are back to hands again very nice, and the gorilla is a nice touch way to mix it up with the animals. My suggestion to you now is to keep working like you are doing. The hands look really good i cannot wait for your next update. You may or maynot see me much in the next week its my last week so don't worry about me disapearing if i'm not around for the rest of this week. I'll definitely be back in full force after Tuesday. Good work Stine keep it up.

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    thanks a lot, ash! dunno how active i will be myself. seems it's a busy week for every one... so, again: good luck and don't stress yourself too much.

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    so, another small update. just practising some hands...


    stine's sketchbook -- a portrait a day keeps the doctor away...


    stine's sketchbook -- a portrait a day keeps the doctor away...

    and some small sketches... "the little ones" (both photo ref)


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    Ah you are continuing with the hands studies, your hands already look nice I bet that soon you will draw them better. The baby does not look well to me, check your proportions it looks like an older kid.

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    Hi stine, nice updates the hands are coming along nicley. Sorry I haven't been stopping by: check my SB for a full explanation...Keep up the good work.

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    You have some really good sketches in here Stine. In the last post I want to point out that the eye on the baby is smaller than the left one. Overall work is very good.

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    I'm seeing good progress in you hand studies Stine. Youre lines are becoming more confident. Sorry I haven't been around lately, I can only manage to visit
    my SSG buddies books when I've udated my own. Keep churning them out .Till next time.
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    thanks, ivan! the kid actually wasn't that young, but it's good you pointed it out. need to study kid's proportions...

    ham-e - thanks! hope everything went fine with the inspectors? see you in your book!

    crimsoneye - thanks for stopping by! yup, you're absolutely right. i guess i'll go back and fix that!

    nii - thanks! no worries, guess we're all busy right now...

    well, as i said, i'm just a little busy right now (and a little impatient...). so it's only one small sketch. not happy with it, but it's here to remind me of the tougher days...

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    Nice portrait of the dog man! Could use a little more darks round the ears I guess....

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Nice, that dog looks very cool! especially if you were in hurry! (sketch ? )
well, it looks awsome as always and keep it up cause you getting far!

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    Hi stine, he looks tough but very cute...Nice Sketch

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    thanks, guys!

    arco - thanks! you're right, i lost my patience and didn't quite finish the ears... it's been one of those days...

    dile - thanks a lot! you're too kind.

    ham-e - hey there! thanks for stopping by!

    okay, just a quick "before work" sketch. got a new book about apes from the library, very interesting...


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