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Last edited by fedezz; May 10th, 2011 at 06:41 PM.
Hell Yeah man! Loved that LMS piece. If I had any crit it would be that I think the space around the chick is a little ambiguous. It needs something to relate the figure to the environment. I don't know, maybe just a lamppost? Sounds silly, but I think it might bring the piece together. You'll be in round 2 undoubtly. No offense to you compatents, hehe. Anyway, great color though! Peace bra'!
shiat, nice sketchbook !! thanks for visiting my one aswell!
I like the first girl, they are both beatuful and nice rendered and the
forms work well! and the guy "eating" is cool as well, I like the gasmask guy cool rendering, gives a paintish feel keep it up! alot of nice work
awesome work, i love your use of color in your work, especially in the latest stuff u did with the musicians keep up man, your anatomy looks great too.
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Some really great work here, especially liking the work from the top post. Would love to see your take on a modern classical nude, fully rendered. Keep up the good work!
Hi fede, nice sketchbook, i really like the design elements and composition in your work.
Muy buenos los estudios de lapiz, puede ser que este charly ahi? jaja.
Segui asi che, muy buena calidad en tus laburos.
You've got some great pieces going on in here. Love the pencils from your sketchbook the most because they are so loose. The stuff from your illustration class are flipping awesome! Keep on posting.
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Good sketches, the TD entry looks a lot more stiff and contrived than your other work. The hands in some pics look a bit odd even taking in account the stylization.
The barcode noodle image is awesome. Nice work in general!
I clicked this thread because you said boobs, but the art suddenly overtook the interests, from your sketches to more worked up pictures, positively superb to the eye.
Jaja, si charly da como referencia para un zombie...
Muy bueno los ultimos bocetos, me gusta la combinacion que estas logrando, muy fluido y muy dinamico.
Que hojas son esas que usas? vi que dicen rivadavia y lisas, yo nunca consegui nada encuadernado de hojas lisas, jaja.
bueno, segui asi.
um i will try to leave some critique the nkee on the woman standing up juts out a bit so do some more knee studies and the clothes creases arent that convincing so do some sketsches of jackets , etc .part from that looking good as usual
Hey, glad to see you updating. Don't worry about finding a style - you already have one. Just focus on drawing accurately and your style will flesh out more. I would kind of like to see some more, uh, normal stuff Keep drawing, i like to see updates often.
Hey, hello, I finally decided to drop you (and Vico) some lines. Well, there ain't much to say about your work, you know (and if you don't you should) that I really like your style and I sort of envy your talent and commitment…
Anyways… I finally started my own sketchbook, and I thought you may like to know…
Keep updating! See you…
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Me gusta lo que veo, los ultimos estudios estan barbaros, mismo si son pedazos de tuberia.
Global, muy buenas cosas, voy a chequearte mas seguido.
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lovely work here great studies cant wait to see more
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your textures and material qualities are looking sweet. I'd kind of like to see some stuff from life so you have to deal with edges as you see them too (they're all hard in photos), but great work all the same.
it's fedezz looking good , it really draws your eye to the eye, i tought those were traditinal because of the water splashes(if you get me ) but well done on getting them like they were painted,yeh get up some process shots ti would be intresting and i will earn somthing most probably.
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