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    Well, to me, it looks like the head isnt turned enough for the right eye to be so hard to see. Just my oppinion.

    I think you should color it. The line art looks great, but the more you color the better you get! I always think its good to get practice

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    hey, - nice illustration on this page- cool enviro pieces too - good grasp on perspective- can't wait to see more-d

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    Quote Originally Posted by DECYPL View Post
    hey, - nice illustration on this page- cool enviro pieces too - good grasp on perspective- can't wait to see more-d
    Thank you! I'd post more very soon, exercises and more advanced from work in progress... I hope you'll go back here to comment my works again!

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    Hello.

    You've got some great ideas and concepts, dude.

    You are definitely getting a good grasp on drawing, but you don't have observational drawings here, and I can only assume that you don't do many of them.

    Drawing from life and doing studies are key to improvement.
    Do those and together with your ideas, you could make some great stuff.

    Peace out.

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    I had to stop concept art for a while,'cause I'm working on some children illustrations for a project. I hope you'll like them and you can give me some critics and comments the same.

    this is the work in progress of the color version of one of them:


    these are the pencil sketches:




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    Hey Anjin, you've got some great ideas going on in here. You also have a really nice line. You can usually take your characters to a moderately finished state with your line alone, but you run into trouble when you color them. It is not that your color choices are poor, but rather tha t you lack understanding of value. It is especially evident when you render drapery--it ends up flat and unbelievable. Life drawing has been suggested before, and it will be suggested again. More specifically, however, I would recommend some nice long drapery studies. Wad up a bedsheet and toss it on the floor, or throw it over a chair. Use your pencil to describe exactly what you see, line for line, value for value. Take as much time as you need to get it right.

    Looking forward to more from you, because I really like your cartoon/stylized stuff.

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    the evolution of the spaghetti incident.



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    Another pencil sketch for the same "collection" of the last ones.



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    thanks for comment anjin. cool book man, keep it up and listen to advices people give u ;]

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    Hi anjin, the children illustrations are cool. But I can't advice you more then Sedig did before
    I've got a link here, maybe it can help you.
    The old lady is cool too, but make sure she doesn't fall over

    Keep up the good work!

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    very interesting illustrations man!...funny stuff but i think u gotta use more color, use values and tones ..cause its a childs books right? well cheers!

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    I agree with the speaker above! Some really fine illustrations here dude.
    IŽll definitely check this sketchbook out more often!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorobo View Post
    thanks for comment anjin. cool book man, keep it up and listen to advices people give u ;]
    Quote Originally Posted by Lyno View Post
    Hi anjin, the children illustrations are cool. But I can't advice you more then Sedig did before
    I've got a link here, maybe it can help you.
    The old lady is cool too, but make sure she doesn't fall over

    Keep up the good work!
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    very interesting illustrations man!...funny stuff but i think u gotta use more color, use values and tones ..cause its a childs books right? well cheers!
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    I agree with the speaker above! Some really fine illustrations here dude.
    IŽll definitely check this sketchbook out more often!
    Thank you everybody for the comments, my friends! I have to prepare a total of 8 or 10 children illustrations, then I finally can work on other things... I saved the tutorial linked, it's very good and I want to follow it. I have also the best intention to start a new life sketchbook, and I hope all you will continue to follow my SB thread and post more comments!

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    I think I have to follow suit with the compliments... but I definitely have to say that the earlier pages were the best of the bunch.
    The coloring definitely set the proper mood lol
    I need to learn from you how to get proper pencils in to color. That's my main problem, I can color well, but have a serious problem coloring my own sketches for some reason.

    Anyway, keep the updates coming

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    I've been really busy in the last days, so I couldn't sketch as I liked.
    Anyway, some pages of my moleskine and a fast sketch:











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    nice work.
    Just in case you did'nt already know... you've said that u want to start a life sketchbook so maybe this will help you a lot (if you have some free time), if you become a "Circulo de bellas artes" member you can go on evenings and do from 2' quick model sketchs to 2 hours. I think is closed on Agust, but is a great chance.
    I will become a member the moment I move from my small city to Madrid but that wont happen before 1 year and a half I guess, good luck man

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aenhimal View Post
    nice work.
    Just in case you did'nt already know... you've said that u want to start a life sketchbook so maybe this will help you a lot (if you have some free time), if you become a "Circulo de bellas artes" member you can go on evenings and do from 2' quick model sketchs to 2 hours. I think is closed on Agust, but is a great chance.
    I will become a member the moment I move from my small city to Madrid but that wont happen before 1 year and a half I guess, good luck man

    ->Circulo de Bellas Artes
    thank you for the visit and the comments. I have really few spare time at the moment, but yours is a great idea, so I want to know more about it. I really hope you'll keep in touch with me, especially if you are thinking (in the future) to move to madrid. (from where?)

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    ok I guess I can tell you more about it by PM (in Spanish I think XD) in order to don't bother other people.

    PS: since you like children illustration maybe you would like the workshops that Ilustrarte do from time to time, I'm going to one this summer with Svjetlan Junakovic ^^

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    Hi Anjin. Just wanted to say those last drawings are cool. "Clean graphics style"
    Keep sharing en gl!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyno View Post
    Hi Anjin. Just wanted to say those last drawings are cool. "Clean graphics style"
    Keep sharing en gl!
    Thank you for the visit and the good comment

    other two pages of my moleskine and a traditional acrylic work in progress painting (sorry for the bad picture, but it's very difficult for me, to make a good shoot of a painting).





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    I dig this stuff, nice simplification going on here

    Simplication is very important in stylised art styles of course, and can be pretty hard to pull off right!

    cheers

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    Oh cool, these new moleskin pieces are looking really nice.
    Could maybe try throwing them in photoshop for some nice painting fun
    These new moleskin pieces have some awesome linework...
    Keep it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by archipelago View Post
    I dig this stuff, nice simplification going on here

    Simplication is very important in stylised art styles of course, and can be pretty hard to pull off right!

    cheers
    Thank you for the comment! I am trying to evolve my style, and at the same time to evolve also my drawing and painting skills, naturally the both things at the same time is not so simple.. but I'm trying it...

    Quote Originally Posted by Malakai SinClair View Post
    Oh cool, these new moleskin pieces are looking really nice.
    Could maybe try throwing them in photoshop for some nice painting fun
    These new moleskin pieces have some awesome linework...
    Keep it up!
    Thank you! I have some digital color illustrations in work in progress, so at the moment I am leaving the moleskine sketches just so, but for the future I'd like to color someone... I already have some pages more, just need some time to scan them...

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    So few time for personal projects and paintings...

    I only can post little things from the sketchbook moleskine:





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    mhhh.... noodles

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    Really few things to post here. Busy with some comercial works and I'm still working on some acrylic paintings that I want to post on CA later.

    for now, just some other sketches from moleskine...







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    Hey anjin, thought i already commented on your sb but know i see i haven't.

    I have to say your moleskins on this page are great, you're really developing a good style!!!...especially like th two guys in the bar and the usb finger.
    As i said your lines getting better and better, the coloring needs a bit more work...and as some of the other folks said there are some color theory rules that once learned you'll improve your coloring in no time..(in the tutorials section, there is a really usefull thread abour color theory.)...i learned tons of it.


    Again really cool stuff happening here, so keep em comin!!

    Cheers ANdi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delmar View Post
    Hey anjin, thought i already commented on your sb but know i see i haven't.

    I have to say your moleskins on this page are great, you're really developing a good style!!!...especially like th two guys in the bar and the usb finger.
    As i said your lines getting better and better, the coloring needs a bit more work...and as some of the other folks said there are some color theory rules that once learned you'll improve your coloring in no time..(in the tutorials section, there is a really usefull thread abour color theory.)...i learned tons of it.


    Again really cool stuff happening here, so keep em comin!!

    Cheers ANdi
    Thank you for the comment and the good words. I think you're right: I should to give more attention about color... I'm working on it, digitally and traditionally. I hope you'll come back again to leave more critics and comments!

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    Hi! I totally dig your ink work man! So soothing to the eyes, even with the detail! I'll definitely drop by often for more goodies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by the ANGRY filipino View Post
    Hi! I totally dig your ink work man! So soothing to the eyes, even with the detail! I'll definitely drop by often for more goodies!
    Thank you! I hope you'll keep enjoying with my works!

    Now, three traditional paintings, acrylics on recycled cardboard (more or less 25x35cm), I'm trying don't paint only digitally.







    And a work in progress that is causing to me a lot of problems...



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