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    Point and Glick. Another tragic tale of wasted youth.

    All right, it might be me, it might be CA.org or it might be something else entirely! Whatever it is, I've been having a bitch of a time opening some threads, my SB included - so here's my second SB.

    Unfortunately I only have one update, but I guess I'll add someof my more recent stuff from my old one...
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    awww! i was like WHAT HAPPENED?!?!? there is only one page!

    anyways wonderful ppl drawings...you seem to give your ppl a lot of volume, try drawing some more angular ppl just as practice.

    and gotta love that toned paper...unless it's just a bad photo =P


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    i agree, your doing a great jobs giving the figures definition. i can see your also thinking of gesture and line quality
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    Can't give anything that's not already given. I think this is a good start, looking forward to see more.
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    oo a new book hehe, good stuff; I hear ya on not being able to open alot of threads, been having that problem myself lately. either way great work on these, you showed the volume really well on the top one imo.
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    Hey there.

    Yeah i know what ya mean bout the threads not opening, had a hell of a time myself with most threads. I like ur new drawings, the top rght being the fave cuz of the proportions and the dark outline. keep it up.
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    You're making some progress here . I agree with hpslashluvr about drawing some angular people. With straight lines the figure is simplier and this way you can give it concentrate more on volume and pose.
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    thanks everyone! I am going to work on those...
    in the meanwhile.. a doodle at work (with mouse...grrr....)
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    that doodle actually looks kinda cool...the colors are weird but it works for me. i just don't really fancy the pixelated edges.


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    thanks for the input... I agree about the edges...


    Here are a couple wee little moleskines to keep the SB alive...
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    hey glik, sorry I didn't reply sooner. nice little digital doodle, I like the way you built up the volume on that one. cool moleskine doodles, nice looking head and the room from the second one looks pretty nice. perspective feels a little weird in a few spots, but I assume the room itself was more quickly done. nice work though man, keep em comin.
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    Really like the digital doodle. You could give it even stronger highlights.
    As for some advices. I think you could improve by drawing more with ink (but without shading). Just pure lineart.
    Keep it up.
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    ok... I tried to just do lineart... but I failed....

    here are a few more... the hand was reffed... the rest was obviously not...
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