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    Grrr must catch up!
    Nice work man!

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    phew. A lot of excellent new stuff since I have been here last time.
    Thanks for reminding me on pose maniacs and stuff
    Keep it up!

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    Your sketchbook is awesome. Your environment sketches as well as paintings are awesome. It's cool to see that you do as many characters & anatomy studies as you do environments. that's something i need to do more of. Not much to really critique, looks like your workin your ass off. Keep at it.

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    Dang! I so soo love your horse studies from the other page and your posemaniacs are really clean

    Your landscapes have nice values and details.
    I'm not really fit to give you any critique seeing your anatomy level and such, so i'll just tell you do more n don't stop

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    The-Avel-Fairy Hey I remember you too thanks for stopping by
    Enydimon I'm thinking of trying yet another version of goku, but I like the face on the current one too much.... yeah it's been said his chest is flat and I agree
    LORD M Nice! thanks for the reccomendation
    danlucas thanks, posemaniacs is good to learn basic proportions, gesture, and foreshortening but it's really only a supplement to life drawing and muscle studies so use it side by side with those
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    ChaoticKnight Catch up to what, I've been practically inactive for a month
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    ArtZealot Only reason I'm trying landscapes so much is because I suck at them so bad and don't actually like to do them. I'd much rather just draw people all day but I know they need places to fight and live and laugh and love...
    BlackDelphin Thanks very much
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    Mythical boudica, semi-posterization study, some sketches and a christmas present. I really need to do MOAR.

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    That female warrior looks gorgeous. Nice job with the pose and lighting. Very dynamic.

    Sorry, but the stuff here is already so good and versatile that it's hard to beat your ass with any critiques. Just keep going and studying, you're doing awesome.

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    That deer picture is awesome. Saw the thumbnail on Facebook and thought it was a photo..

    Nice updatage, need moar updatages.

    Insanity is the key!
    Also, studies are a key. And passion is a key. Also, so are inspiration, motivation and dedication. Talent can be a key. Insomnia can also be a key, depression is a sad rusty little key. Damn, artists need one hell of a keyring.

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    Like Aila, I had to look at it on FB twice, cuz I thought it was a photo. Nice work, sir.

    Keep at it with the face sketches -- you've come a long way with faces, btw

    Lookin' good --> do MOAR

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    that dragon on the last page is pretty sweet.
    I will have to check in again.

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    ismo Thanks, don't worry I'll slip up badly enough sometime soon that you can take an easy crack at me
    Aila Thanks, moar on the way
    AmontilladoAg Thank you, I still have a way to go with faces though. Mine lack so much depth and structure I feel. I will remedy it!
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    Wow- awesome work Jason. I love all three paintings- the deer painting is really fantastic.

    Edit- oh, this posted after you posted this last update. The portrait is dynamite! Your best edges yet, I believe.

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    sup Jason, you crazy sketching behemoth, awesome updates man been awhile since i stopped in here last since the CHOW II finals. Great sketches man, keep up the hard work, the brush work, and colors are reading really nice! Is your team doing team CHOW III?

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    Dude, you're getting so good, really. Its spectacular. I'm in the dust!!!

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    Wow man ! it's impressive to see how fast you progress ! great sb ! keep them coming

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    Still doing great, I see! I dare say, keep it up. :p

    Indeed, I'm the only member who got his avatar from google, and didn't draw it himself. Oh well.
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    Wow, so uh... it's been a while

    Right after my last update I tried to keep up the pace/quality of studies but it broke down somewhat when more work came along. so far there are 4-5 finished pieces I can't show and probably can;t for a while, so I swear I've been working on more that is shown here. Still, I got next to nothing done for the time I've not updated.

    dose Thanks Tim now if I can only figure out what I did right and integrate that into my art I'll be on my way
    snootchy Hey snootchy, thanks! yeah we did chow 3, but I'm really underwhelmed at my contribution.
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    Morthrong Eterech morty! It's been a while. hope everything is going good. thanks for the look

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    I'll try to keep this as organized as possible, so I'll just start with the "studies" I did:

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    A couple of days I did very quick portrait studies (since I really still do suck at likeneses), making sure to do 4 in no more than an hour:

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    I also had some direction to do some perspective studies of a simplified figure in a rotated box. For the first batch i just used sketchup to create a box that I could rotate without worrying if my perspective was right.

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    A couple of general sketches/doodles;

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    Alllll the work done for Chow 3;

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    These 2 are a small collab with Zilrion, I was painting over his thumbs:

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    Onto some freelance work. these first sketches were just concept stuff, but it was never expanded upon/shown to the client since I reread the brief and realized I was waaaay off base (the only one I liked was the first concept on the 3rd pic);

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    Finally, here's a new wip gift for a friend. He surprised me with a really cool gift at Christmas and after thanking him profusely, I told him I'd get him an illustration. he's native, and the concept is derived froma local feature by his reserve; on the road to the reserve there's a rock face that when viewed froma certain angle, looks like the profile of a native's head. With this image I wanted to take that image literally, with a native's head, lots of animals seeming to flow from his hair. the symbol of the Ojibwe people is on his forehead;


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    Whew. Ok. Don't think I'll ever let that go that long again without updating.

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    I should start drawing more guys

    Same studies, hour at most per page.

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    And an update on the gift;

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    ! :-O you've TOOOOOOOTALLY transformed, dude! maaaajor improvement! keep pushing yourself, man, you can only get better!

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    Dude you have improved a lot! Wonderful to see

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    Hey man, really cool progress in here, big difference from the first page which is always great to see. That piece with the deer and boat is amazing, also the portrait in the post after that is as well, great work. Also, thanks for commenting my sketchbook XD

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    Ahaha thank you for thanking me twice, but sorry about the double post it actually didn't show it when it submitted.

    Anyway, dang i so love your new studies!! Your posemaniacs look really good, in every position, and your foreshortening figures too!
    I can't really say much because you know what you're doing, compared to me witch doesn't have a clue heh xD

    So yeah, more please

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    purb36 thank! hopefully I will.
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    More face studies, I think I'm done with female likeness studies for a while. Doing them for a week or two now, each one being 15 min long... seems it's hit or miss with them. Also did a couple figure studies the same way. Hopefully I learned something. Starting next week my one hour studies will probably be landscapes, so I'll gather some ref this weekend so i have it at the ready;

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    Quick skethcy crap. Feels like my female faces actually got worse :/

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    Did this for the Draw from the what does everyone look like thread. Ariel9;

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    Hi~Uh, after seeing so many beautiful pencil sketches I really want to study anatomy and color more in depth,,, Could you give me some directions or adivices on learning these issue?(books or something,,,) I feel lost when I try to get some references on muscle studies,,,
    Really Good works and progress,,, Hope I could have your adivices in the future!!

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    Them cherries look delicious! Great sketchbook Jason.

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    Sweet updates, all of them!

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    Great stuff lately Jason. I'm sorry I don't have any crits right now just an

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    wow.. nice improvements! 5 star and +!

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    Wow, it's been a while since I looked in here. You're blowin' me away.

    Keep it up!

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    So my once-a-weekday hour-long studies have shifted to landscapes. Here's the results of the first week along with some posemaniacs and another finished illo (though there's some refining to do here and there)

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