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    i like your stuff. i dont really have many critiques but to keep exploring new things that you dont normally draw and keep practicing on the things that you do draw currently. i like your style, especially in the first batch of drawings. keep up the good work,
    jus mi lil sketchbookie
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    Your first batch has a fun outlined style which I love. Nice shading and sketching overrall.

    The second figure in your last post is really nice. Even though it's reclined it has a sort of snap that makes it very appealing to look at.

    It looks like they've got you doing a good variety of excrcises in college.
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    Keep it up, man! Nice sketches and colour studies are here. You have feeling of form and your line is energetic. Study of a sitting woman with red background is just great. Cheers!
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    Wow REally cool studies!
    amazing colors and your anatomy is really cool particulary that faces .. really cool.
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    Nice studies, your digital work is not shabby either. Just keep practicing! That's what I'm doing now, I've been neglecting it alot lately.
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    It's great practice to use greyscale to get a feeling for value instead color! You get less distracted by different color hues that may or may not be the value you actually want.

    Eventually you would move into color "color theory" (as I guess it's called) and your prior knowledge of value with greyscale with help out there a lot. Idiot_Apathy, for instance, has awesome color abilities, and check this out, we can see in greyscale stuff that his value skills are pretty darn spiffy as well.
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    Love the studies you've done. Your colour work has really come on in leaps and bounds as well.

    The last two look nice. Very ethereal.
    Keep posting!
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    Nice colouring and nice faces, the only thing that bothers me is the feminine look in male faces.
    Nothing but a tail and some will
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    I like the black and white Digital stuff.

    On some of them have you started with a grey background the built up with lighter colours?
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    Hey jack, thanks for checking out my SB, and your kind words.

    I see some loomis and anatomy for the artist stuff, fantastical stuff to learn from!

    keep em coming!
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    Nice stuff man. The new one of the Pharoh is really nice and shows that you're getting a better grasp of form and lightsourcing.

    For stuff like this:
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    Why not try using a brush with about 65-70% transparency. It'll take of the hard lines and help the piece to blend easier with bigger brush strokes so you don't have to use tiny ones to detail it.

    Prometheus is a good example:

    Prom

    Keep it up!
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    Hey, just returning the favour, the last few sketch pages have shown great progress, as well as that greyscale painting. Do more of those little silhouttes(sp?).
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