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    Whoa that's a lot of intense comic/cartoon drawings.

    I really like how you try to exaggerate the body in a cartoons style. Like to remind you to be careful sometimes though, because some of your stylisation works, while some of them isn't very balanced in terms of proportions. I personally think the panther armor design you did stand out as a nicely done cartoon/comic stylisation.

    Keep it up man, respects.

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    Wow, wonderful stuff!
    You've captured motion in your drawings, and your linework shoes confidence and "awesomeness"
    As someone else said earlier in the thread, make an online comic ;D

    Keep it up!

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    Thx Jeri! Point taken. Too me, when I draw the disproption seems correct, even though it may not be. I think this has to do with me needing to learn more of the fundamental anatomical proportions. Working on it^^.

    Thx Zynic, gave you a reply in your SB.

    ANyways, I had hoped to celebrate the start of this 2;nd page with some pretty pictures. However, I've just started a life drawing class, and right now, I don't want to make pretty pictures. I want to learn. Thanks to Dirty C for letting me know this (rule #1; You're not here to make pretty pictures). About a year ago I somehow thougt I even remotely understood anatomy. The more I've studied, and learned, the more I realize how wrong I was. Hopefully you'll be able to see some improvement in a few months^^. Here goes some of the drawings I made duing this first class, and some random crap^^ .









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    I like what I see. Your drawings have a good sense of weight and motion.

    Looking forward to seeing more

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    Nice life drawings, good to leave little notes like that... you recognize what you need to improve, I'm sure progress is gonna be fast .

    Keep it coming, the comic/cartoon stuff is lovely.

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    Spats; thank you, very encouraging, I'll make sure to produce some more^^.

    Meatsworthy; Aaaaah!! You know, you're one of my favourite artists man. I get all butterfly in my stomach having you giving me a comment! I'm honored. Feeling motivation striking my fingers. Be seeing you in Italy?

    *hugz* y'all!

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    Im quite surprised your life drawings arent at the same level as your concept and imaginitive drawings actually. Anyhow, your work looks good, the concept stuff looks really good! keep working the lifedrawings they`ll pay off! Dont be afraid to search and try in lifedrawings, it seems you make hard direct marks which are basicly leading into a result with no point of return. start light, really light if you are unsure and work it to darker things. and search for big things like hips shoulders, contact area`s etc (just a suggestion, try your own things as well ofc)

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    Thank banshax! Yeah, I have to learn to start fast and loose, it's a common mistake for metp make too hard lines too soon. I'm also trying to learn not to focus on making goodlooking pictures, but to learn. I hope to be making some improvement^^

    We're doing a small thing in school where we have to make up graphical rules for a person. I've created an 79 years old man who has lost all hope in life. His family was brutally murdered 50 years ago in a genocide and he spent the rest of his days working for the mafia. He is a very cold person, and the only thing that keeps him sane and alive is blues and jazz. In this picture, The light, coming from the distorted note (the symbol) is reflected upon his face. The backround is meant to be very inhospitable. I tried out soem new brushes in PS and I pretty much liked teh result^^ .



    And som heads drawn during class not to fall asleep^^.





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    Great head... :p lol I like the strokes and care

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    Nice cartoon and life drawing work here!! I really liked the series that showed your work process. Keep it coming!!

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    Thx guys! Here's a portrait. Meant to be cold and hostile. 79 year old Walther.



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    Hey, thought I'd check out your sb. I love your faces, they're so full of character That's somethings i've really got to work at!

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    Thx Bell Mate, I'll make sure to check up on yer progress!!

    a couple of sketches.





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    last one is nice !

    you should start practising your clean up technique... because i can see that you're aiming for that clean style and you can't achieve it with your current line drawing tech.

    practise drawing lines, try to vision the line first, make the line in your mind and "draw" it on the paper... 1. you practise your mental capacity(or something) and 2. you plan ahead.

    just but crappy ass papers and draw circle after circle, figure after figure, aim to slay papers not make pretty pictures.. let's say you have 200 pages, you draw one big figure on each, carelessly violating the paper (but with lines in mind)... and i promise you you'll get easely 20 cool ones.

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    I like the last swordsman character. Would love to see that in a finished peice!!

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    Hurri- thx! Been thinking on it, and the rest of the stuff we talked 'bout. And as we talked about, I need to get more versatile. Going to get me some markers and draw with shadows.

    Silvestri- Thx m8, I'd been meaning to keep it as a sketch, but I'll make sure to have something your way pretty soon .

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    Hey there. Been scrolling the forum as of late, and stumbled across your sketchbook. I gotta say, that I'm real impressed with your style. It was interesting to see you switch to a more realistic grind for awhile there (and you did produce some interesting work, no doubt) but I'm glad to see you went back to your original style. I like that a lot better. Right now, I'm in the same mode of "learn stuff" before "making pretty pictures", but hey, it pays off in the end.

    I'll make sure to bookmark this so I can keep checking back in.
    Keep em coming!

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    tom selleck with a rathat


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    Taves; Loads of thanks man! I find that altering styles and changing medium can really open your mind and make you see things you hadn't thought of before. (Left a comment in your SB too m8) I don'tthink I deserve to be in a link under your SB-link, I'm not good enough, yet^^, but still, I'm unimaginably honored^^. I'll try to make ya proud...

    Hurri; Thx again for the tutorial thing last monday, helped loads. You have a knack for saying pretty clever things you know . And yeah, Tom selleck really is the pinnacle of masculinity, don't you think?^^

    Some life drawing. Life drawing really makes you realize how much you really suck...







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    Interesting sketchbook. It is also cool to see the progress in s relatively short time! Good job!

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    nice SB, got great ideas for characters.

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    Hey kaktuzlime good update man, havent been here for a while! Still you faces fascinate me the most, especially the ones in #68 #71, they got so much character
    Keep em coming!

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    Thx guys, I just feel I suck so horribly at faces. I need to work on 'em. Also been learning alot of stuff about lots af things lately. Been buzy finalizing my and my buddys game for "oktober spelfest", some sort of convention-thinige in Stockholm where people show off their games. It turned out pretty good I think^^. Here's a little experiment in photoshop. Started out as a slime-cube, but ended up as some kind of monster face^^.



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    Meh, here's Charles the n00b in his final incarnation...



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    nice, keep on working with colors, they need the practise!

    cheers and keep on updating buddy


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    Whoa, awesome stuff. LOVE those characters and faces!
    You're in the monday meetings? Damn, have I missed you?
    You've got a really nice flow in your lines, and like I said, really cool characterizations.
    Very inspiring, I'm gonna go draw now

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    I guess this has been said one hundred million times aldready, but man, those pose and faces are just totally awesome! Really really sweet work here. The Duelist looks REALLY good, as does the war veteran...and pretty much the rest of the stuff here
    I was going to say something about the lines, but it seems that Björn beat me to it...but yeah, think about them lines. Especially in your more realistic pieces, try to keep those random lines out of there, and make every line count.

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    Wow! Thx for your wonderful encouragement guys! I really, really appreciate it! I don't go through a single day comtemplating my complete an utter suckiness... Well, here's a process of the monsterhunter Charles The N00b wish he was! I'll make sure to add some shadows and colours..




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    I really like those gritty character faces man! do more do more!

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    Thx theo, I feel I have so many other things I need to practice more^^. But I'll make ure to make some more! Here's the flats...



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