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    yeah about the hatching ...
    I have to get some new pen feathers mine are RLY old and kind of big ...

    thx for the encouraging words
    the thing I like most about it is the toung
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    Update :)

    heyhey kids! Do you like updates? Heyhey!

    a demon cult member jumping over a wooden fence (sounds 3CH but isn't)
    done with pencil and black ballpen a combination imo
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    Hello,

    I find your anatomy skills on human characters a bit weak, there's a lack of proportion in the area of the feet and hands. Muscles seem to bend and stretch correct though.
    But your creatures are awesome.
    Keep the good work,

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    Hi I'm trying out gimpshop right now and I want to present my first work with it

    @Chupacabra: thx for stoping and criting but could you show what you mean more precisely?
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    Hi,

    I'll take the swordsman as an example, where you have hands a bit too small, lacking parts of the right shoulder and the forehead exaggerated.
    But somehow, you manage to get it all work well together so:
    nimm's mir bitte nicht ber, kumpel.

    Best regards,

    Khan

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    alle np danke
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    hey manuel! how could i miss so many updates here? sorry!
    really like your monsters, especially the one in post 20. has a very nice sense of weight to it. and the "catch me if you can" character is really dynamic, like that pose a lot. although my favourites have to be the quick and loose sketches like "oblivion". they are your strongest pieces so far, i think. keep them coming, great sb! tsch&#252;&#223; und bis demn&#228;chst,

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    Hey dude, fellow doo-er (that came out wrong). Youve got a lot of cool ideas here. Liking the catch me if you can demon, nice head silhouette. One advice i could give is to have more variety in your lines. I notice you go for a lot of thick, dark lines especially around the figure. This is good, but in some cases, it helps to break it up some. Add more values inside the outline too, and maintain long, sweeping strokes with your pencil. Hope to see more from you!

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    hi stine dear
    no 20 was inspired by a plant sculpture in Kristiansand Norway which supposed to show the upper half of a dragons head - not much of that shows in my drawing ^^ only the outer shape
    the loose sketches were an assload of fun :]
    bis denne Manuel

    hey lukavi I'm glad you like it
    thx for the advice
    I'll update well ... at the weekend, work eats me (I'm not used to it yet)
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    For someone who is quick to judge me and my work, I would recommend you take a few lifedrawing classes. The people are out of proportion on most of your work.

    Your line work is very stiff and lacks a variance of weight.

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    hey man. you have some good sketches here. I particularly think your handling of drapery looks good.
    However make sure the forms below the clothing is still apparent. In post #11 his bent knee is confusing and unclear. Just something to think about.

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    hey incolorinred
    thx for mentioning
    that knee gave me a hard time but well it's ink so I got no easy way to correct it ^^
    thx for the kind words too
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    some updates
    pics I doodled at work during breaks
    I've got to get used to all this working to get more active in my freetime (I use a lot of it to sleep right now)
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    hey there! so, how's the "zivi" (except exhausting) ?
    nice studies, reminds me that i really have to practise feet. yours look really good, especially in the first sketch. that's my favourite of the batch. i really like the slightly more dynamic pose of the second female figure, but there are too many lines for my taste in that drawing. i really like the small face on that page, though. keep them coming, hope you find a little time inbetween your work again. see you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElDavisimo
    For someone who is quick to judge me and my work, I would recommend you take a few lifedrawing classes. The people are out of proportion on most of your work.

    Your line work is very stiff and lacks a variance of weight.
    What an ass...

    Maybe he is trying to say you should study more How To Draw books and trace them? Cause I am pretty sure thats all he knows how to do.

    Don't listen to him. Keep going strong... at least I can see you are actually doing the work needed to become better instead of taking the easy road and tracing others peoples work. -_- like some people
    Who exactly is this minjit you ask?
    Rorke's Sketch Book of Doomy Dooomm!
    I don't want to go mommy...>.< you can't make me!

    I know that you believe you understand what you think I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.
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