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    Hi there - just a thought, you had a really nice cloth study earlier on with loads of folds and shadows - try working that into the clothes you painted onto your figures, some seem a little flat, esp. the black top with the skull and crossbones. But the anatomy's improving all the time.

    Keep it up!



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    Hey Chiko, was stopping by again, I like the guy on the scooter. The eyes in your drawings are too big, very anime looking. Not sure you're always going for that, it's fine if you are.
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    Just doing some more sketching. I worked some more on a piece I started. A girl sitting in a Devlish throne with a demon behind her. I'm wondering where to get from this point.

    Also did alot of concept wokr on my characters that I'm soon going to be taking into 3D.

    Thanks for all the advice. I really do WANT to stop drawing the "anime" style. I want a really expressive style that doesn't look to generic.

    JERI, THE CRAZY DUDE- thatnks for the wiki davinci article. Interesting read. Is the average man really that stumpy, or were people shorter back then?

    ArtZealot- thanks for taking a look! The arm is anatomically wrong, thanks for pointing it out. Her left leg is a bit off too. Im going to work on it some more and tweak it.

    gigglepixie- yeah i need more cloth practice..hehe I have trouble with that.

    n1va- thanks for looking again! I'm trying to stay away from it been too anime looking. I guesss I figure if I draw my people's eyes too small they won't look very expressive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiko

    [How I learned to stop worrying and love to draw] 12/21 Comic and promo work
    copying Walt Disney's famous self portrait. I mean...who DOESN'T want to be pyramid head? I hope I did an ok job painting it in painter
    Is it just me or does your character have 2 left hands? Maybe I'm just seeing it wrong. The expression here is adorable.

    I really like your stuff in here. I'd just echo what others have said. Keep drawing from life, and I would love to see some of those awesome cloth folds in your other drawings, like this latest throne drawing. Keep it up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by morningbloom915
    Is it just me or does your character have 2 left hands? Maybe I'm just seeing it wrong. The expression here is adorable.

    I really like your stuff in here. I'd just echo what others have said. Keep drawing from life, and I would love to see some of those awesome cloth folds in your other drawings, like this latest throne drawing. Keep it up.

    Oh snap! You're right! How did I miss that?! Geez...thanks for pointing it out.

    I need more cloth practice as well ehhhe.
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    hey hey,
    combiningt your manga style and "normal" style will mix up fine.
    the vespa girl rocks. do you know flcl - an anime made by the folks who die neon evangeleon genesis, theres also a vespa girl, check out!

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    Chiko, your getting better and better !
    Keep it up ! Hmz, maybe I should start a sketchbook soon rolf
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    Yeap, I'd say people from five hundred years ago would indeed be shorter than us in general, but I expect the proportions would not be affected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anymale
    hey hey,
    combiningt your manga style and "normal" style will mix up fine.
    the vespa girl rocks. do you know flcl - an anime made by the folks who die neon evangeleon genesis, theres also a vespa girl, check out!

    lg

    You don't understand....how obssesed with that show I am It's my favorite anime ever.

    Jeri- yah I was just wondering if men really were only about 5 heads high as oposed to the ideal 8 heads high. Still a really interesting article thanks again!
    (Like i didn't know the belly button was in the center....duuh...)
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    It's interesting to see you practicing both life drawing and anime style. I really like this piece. It has pretty good anatomy, nice colors and a nice style that doesn't have anime all over it. It could use some cooler tones in the shadows though.

    Keep it up!
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    some of your anime has the classic cute nose drawn by most of the people just starting out, but you seem to have gone for a much better IMO more defined nose which tends to make the face much cuter and expressive.

    chicointro and sketchbook 11 and 12 show what I mean, the facial structure and anatomy in general are much beter than most of the other pieces, there are some proportional errors which can be easily ironed out with practice.

    all in all soome damn nice work

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    Thanks H2rra and young paddy1, that's what I really want is to develop my style into something cartoony, but not something people will look at and go "oh that's just anime..."

    I really hurt myself during those years of high school when I drew NOTHING but anime and now I'm trying to weed it out of my system hahah.

    Now here's two unfinished things I did. More concept art for my characters in 3D. Need to finish inking them hehe. The pillow fighting girls could use some work. The one weilding the pillow, her upper torso seems off. I like the expressions though ^^ They came out better then I thought.

    Also..can anyone help me with the sketchbook thumbnails? I feel silly, but I can't seem to figure out how to use the thumbnail I uploaded.
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    You were waiting.

    It starts out with better than average anime inspired stuff. Then there is naked flesh. I'm not allowed to pass judgement on that but I will anyway. Later though, when I'm alone.

    Your work seems to go from a wide range of skill. Maybe that means eventually all of your work will look like your good work here. Or maybe not. I'm getting the vibrations that you enjoy drawing. Maybe you wouldn't if you had many years of pain and dissapointment. Are you telling me the key to sex is biting?

    No matter what anyone tells you, bleeding on a canvas is not art. Art is a craft, like putting together log cabins. You don't get awards in math for getting all the answers wrong, even if you're retarded.

    We don't like art because it is so hard and we are all so bad at it, but there is nothing that has the potential to be as rewarding so we must continue to suffer. Impaled on spikes


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