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    Sketchbook: Resurrection

    Alright, I've decided to start another sketchbook cause all of my peers are 1-upping me right now. Anyway, went to Montreal and learned a shit-ton. Marko helped me to realize how bad my anatomy was. Quote, "your anatomy kind of sucks," love Marko. But I've been studying, and hopefully now that I'm aware of this I'll be able to correct myself as I go. Anyway, crit this shit. I'll throw in some color work along the way. Penis enlargement coupons at the bottom of the page. Cheers.

    Me evading predators.
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    Marko ripped these. I wont even post my X-Men re-designs (yikes).
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    At the workshop I was hesistant to sit and draw and paint. I'm pretty sure I would have missed out on all of the lectures... Anyway here's a portrait of Carnifex. 20 minutes
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    Didn't like this character. Gave up halfway through.
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    Whoops more shit

    I hate this things right hand. I'll do something about it eventually .
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    An abstract while consuming alcohol
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    Here's a speed paint from the other day.
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    This last one doesn't want to display

    Sketchbook looks great, very promising. Hope you keep 'er updated.

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    Wow spray, sweet stuff man =) I'm glad you learned a lot at the workshop, we gotta kick it this fall man! Thanks for droppin by my sketchbook and commenting. Talk to you later.

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    So eh, wheres the coupons? Just messin =P

    Good work, keep postin the interesting drawings!

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    Love the brush strokes in the first one. I see why Marko ripped on you, they look a bit wonky lol. Don't worry, I'm probably in much worse shape hehe. Very promising sb, I'll keep looking out for updates.

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    Idiot Apathy: sorry, that image is hopeless. Thanks for looking though!
    Ksama: Yeah, dude. Sketch sessions! They'll be wicked next year.
    aryul82: Just check your mailbox (I included the sweet petite size!) haha, j/k. Thanks man.
    Mr.BobMarley: Wonky is a choice word to describe my anatomy. It's getting better though. Thanks Dayne.

    More shiz...zel


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    That's more like it!

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    SpeedPaints from this week

    Don't know why I don't post my color work very often, guess I'll have to start.

    The first one took roughly 4-5 hours, the rest were less.
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    Using the Aleski custom brush method
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    Using the Eric needs to relearn perspective method
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    This started out as an abstract painting. A head started to appear so I focused on that. It was pretty fun.


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    Three paintings from a project that Matyas, Kenji, and I worked on.


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    heyyyy you....

    great new images... i wouldnt even post or even look at the old sketches from last semester this is a new! DAY! the more you look at the past the more its mistakes will haunt you... nice improvement on the landscapes! using photos is a proven worthy technique... whats up with that abstract stuff... what are you turning into some artsy freak! (jus like your future roomate (me))

    i think your main issue is that you were a noodler back in freshman year and prior to that. and its miss-leading you... you need to keep in mind of the whole compisition at once... or the whole figure at once us basic shapes and keep erasing until its perfect... be very loose with your drawings! FLOW LIKE WATER! it seems as though you spend too much time in certian areas but neglect the piece as a whole... start basic and quick and sketchy.... a good example is the that face you did from abstract shapes... BAM! thats awsome because you allow it to flow from the canvas! (ill hafta explain some other time if you dont understand)

    yeah i agree your figures still need help... look for inspiration and draw FROM LIFE... or pictures... and keep on keep'n on .....its some HOTT SHIIIT

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    i think your main issue is that you were a noodler back in freshman year and prior to that. and its miss-leading you... you need to keep in mind of the whole compisition at once... or the whole figure at once us basic shapes and keep erasing until its perfect... be very loose with your drawings! FLOW LIKE WATER! it seems as though you spend too much time in certian areas but neglect the piece as a whole.
    Well said roomie. You didn't know me as a freshman, and the term "noodler" is an understatement, haha. I've realized this all too well after Montreal. Anyway, I'll post some more sketches that I think show improvement at the end of the week, along with my LMS piece. BTW, we have to talk furniture soon. Peace outside!

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    More sauce for your meatballs (hmm....sounds slightly...gay)

    An ode to my turtle who I had to release into the wild yesterday *tear*.

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    Um...admittably this guy wasn't supposed to look like me.

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    Rhinosaurus Rex

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    Photoshop foreplay

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    Figures and shit

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    Have had nothing better to do, so been drawing a fuckload. Here's some sketches from this week and some speed paints. Including the LMS piece.

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    no images..... sorry about the alone part... looks like you need a drawing buddy
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    I can´t see the last pictures either...

    Great stuff here! I especially like your studies..and your last one (in july 14th post). keep it up!

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    fuck'n ballz. Who knew that images had to be RGB to be read on the web? (Actually, that kind of makes sense, hehe)

    here are the images finally. Any crits would be appreciated.

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    Here's another dump of work. Been drawing at the natural history museum, studying anatomies and textures of animals. Very static drawing, but helpful.
    Any crits would be appreciated. Otherwise, I'll keep bogging down the server with countless posts of dozens of images, hehe .

    My pet Cow/A work in progress/Approximately 5 hours

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    WICKED SICK updates dude. You're really crankin it out. I like the turtle monster. I take it thats not what your pet turtle looked like? I really like your environments, correct perspective or not, they look sweet. Keep it up man, see you in a month!

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    Sweet updates man! One crit, I'd round out the lighting a little more on the LMS's torso a bit. Other that than, I dig it.

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    A Moo C.o.w.!!!!

    Ksama: Thanks for the support man! I've been checkin' out your enviro's. They're getting better. Keep at it. Work both from life and your mind and you'll see tremendous results!

    MrBobMarley: Thanks brother. I gotta fix some things in the LMS piece, so when I do I'll try getting reference for the torso. You're probably right about the lighting.

    Here's this weeks cow!

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    Good TD!!, good designs! I also like how you are doing the pencil shading
    really smoth and nice, keep updating, pure respect for
    the hard work your are doing!!!

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    Critique: it seems to me that you do your heads to small
    and you feet slightly too big, it might be a good a idea
    to keep that in mind for the next life drawing and
    human caracter designs.

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    Great progress! I can see the problem with anatomy, that being too long legs, and too small a head/shoulder-part has been worked on! I can however see it recurring in this second last post with the naked woman. Great handling of the pencil when it comes to lines and good as fa as values are concerned. Keep it up!
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    good stuff !!

    nothing more to add than keep on sharing and producing

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    Maxometer: Thanks Max! Your comments are greatly appreciated. Yeah, I constantly battle head sizes, and the large feet was just recently pointed out by my figure drawing teacher. It's kind of embarassing .

    Kaktuzlime: Thanks bra'! Actually those figure drawings are actually six months old. I guess I should have posted them earlier. But yeah, tiny heads.

    Hurricane: Thanks!

    I'm going to try to do the weekly C.O.W's and E.O.W.'s. They're alot of fun. I encourage critiques of them. Thanks guys.
    Maybe there's hope for this thread yet .

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    Here's some new stuff. Mostly doodles, some C.O.W. sketches, and a few leg studies. Can't wait to get back to school, I've got some great idea's for projects. Just need to get motivated . Anyway, here is the shabooty.

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    C.O.W. sketches
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    I think the guy on the bottom right is what I'm going with
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    More C.O.W. sketches
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    Paused silence of the lambs for 20 minutes to do this sketch
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    Wow man. I'm really diggin the C.O.Ws, the pic of Dr. Lector and the leg studies. The days are countin down til CCAD =) keep it up, I'll see you soon

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    Thanks Ksama
    My COW entry for this week. Approximately 8 hours.

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    holy ***** ! some people are just.... Talented.

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