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    The Mr. Indigo Sketchbook

    Well I guess its about time I got a sketchbook going and starting taking advantage of what I have. I think this is an awesome site and am proud to be a member. I really need to accelerate my growth as an artist and useful feedback would be extremely helpful. I will try my best to post often.

    This was actually drawn upside down from the way you see it with some prismacolor markers.

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    Welcome to CA!

    Wow - good start. You can maybe push the values on the face itself more, but other than that, i'd say this is pretty impresive. Yeah man - looks like you know your shit.

    Post more - with this kind of start I'll definitly be keeping tabs on this thread!

    (And ... interesting... avatar too)
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    Hey duuuude, how's it in sunny o'l florida? Im not jelous... honest. Good first post if a little small lol, I agree with demented, you need to push the values to make it stand out more. Post more I wanna see pencil work and stuff.

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    Hey and welcome to Conceptart.org
    Nice start, and clean grayscale!
    Give us some more

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    Nice, Only thing i can c is that his right eyebrow is abit off, but that a minor.
    Anyways, would like to c an update soon dude

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    demented- Thanks fer stoppin' by! yeah, your right about the values. I will start workin' on them. As fer the avatar, well, that is an actual picture of me. . . .8)
    Alcian- I hear you on the values. . . FL is sunny alright! Were are you from? Pencil work? OK I will ccome up with some on the next post!
    Dile- Uuuum, thanks fer the welcome but I'm not new here! More stuff you say? Your wish is my command!
    WolfBane- Thanks fer checking out meh sketchbook! An' here is yer update!

    Damn it! My first week and I'm already slackin'! Aaaaah! I need to start updating, so here!

    An' here is a self-portrait in the markers again. I like the ear on the left, but I think I should of just left out the details in the eyes completely.

    Well then!

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    Dude i am lovin the marker studies and ill work on the button later so u can add it to your signature. Good job and keep it up=)... wish i was good with wet media but im afraid im not lol.

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    Wow, really nice shading with the markers!
    I've never tried drawing with markers before... copic ones are so expensive! T_T
    Keep posting. ^^

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    Oooo - LOVE the second one bro!! Both look great, but the second one does. I agree on the eyes with you: they're not needed, really. That pic makes me think of Andrew Jones' pic of a guy painting a portrait on a wall (that's a huge complement!)

    Gonna be a blast following this thread!!
    keep posting, don't slack off again!

    - d.

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    Sweet markers, especially the second one. I never could get the hang of using markers, especially their unforgiving nature. Nice work, and real nice values.

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    i think this is my first critic on your pictures ???

    mmm... good work as expected bra, but the lips seems a little off almost as if there shifting twords the left side of the face. would love to see more , oh yea this mess. replys to your first pic.

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    Hey, man! You have to post more, but I'm liking your sketchbook. I agree the second drawing with markers is really good. It's well proportionated. I'm going to wait a little bit more before saying something about your drawings yet.

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    Stuff looks awesome Indigo ^_^ Keep it up! Your shading style is very good, and your face that you drew there looks very realistic.

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    Excellent face studies you've got going there... I'd love to see some more of your markers. Post!

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    Nice portraits. To clean them, keep at it. More work, please.

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    Don't miss the rise

    This is actually Wolverine's sketchbook
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    Nice update, but, You dont wory much, do you ?
    I saw you said you were serious in this thread here
    And if you are, you should draw like 6 pages everyday man!
    Thats a good tip, ddraw at least one hour a day, thats a minimum!

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    OK! This post is for my friend Dile!





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    Damn argh, shitty pity stupid thingy
    Your pictures isnt there, but hey, thanks for the invitation ^^
    I be watching it, i guess its your bandwitdh or something
    hehe thanks

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    I like the perfume bottle. Just the messiness and the values of it are very interesting. Is it digital?

    "Is Japan in the future?" Rob ( Co-worker)
    "Wait.. What?" Me
    " They are almost done tommorow and I haven't even started tommorow" Rob
    " They are called timezones Rob.."
    " Oh Yeah" Rob

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    Unknown Epiphany EKU_11 Jska Frumious_Me
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    START POSTING MORE ART! You are the only semi-live member in out SSG, GEEZ! I will bake you cookies if you post more lol.

    "Is Japan in the future?" Rob ( Co-worker)
    "Wait.. What?" Me
    " They are almost done tommorow and I haven't even started tommorow" Rob
    " They are called timezones Rob.."
    " Oh Yeah" Rob

    - SSGXXXVI - The Dirty Thirty Six -
    Unknown Epiphany EKU_11 Jska Frumious_Me
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