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    Spats Thanks dude, I almost stopped, its attractive to other stuff then sp`s. Ill come back to those cylindrical maniacs lateron Im sure
    mr Prank honoured to have you snoopin around, feel free to tear anything apart
    [b] Archipelago[b] Ill get to those, didnt post any but I agree. I`ll post some when I feel a bit more comfertable

    The color didnt work out so well. The digi piece is a tutorial by a fellow CA member. Didnt put his name in the dir, so if any1 knows who did that tut?
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    That's looking great, perhaps explore the digi stuff. One can learn loads from doing some tutorials and surely there are more than a few around the boards.

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    Very interesting to see you studying and improving! You draw some very natural poses. I like the cartoony drawings you do (especially the cat). Keep going!

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    Hi, thx for stopping by my sketchbook!

    Really great animation and gesture studies!
    Keep working on your perspective though

    Keep it up dude, nice work overall!

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    nice improvements I like how the first piece this one came out. Really good work on the eyes.



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    Bansh I'm loose your SB ( you change tittle and I didn't view your thread )
    You did very great improvement in your drawings, very solid work!
    Ciao

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    Damn, so many replies after a period of relative calm. Great to hear the responses. Dont be afraid to be harsh, if u dont like something.

    Dreamworker - Thanks for stopping by, glad you found me.

    Oldnoobie - I quite apreciate hearing that. I take it todays catch wont dissapoint ya, eyes are fun.

    Epias - Perspective, so much to learn, you`re right.

    Bartovan - Man, my poses need work, love to hear you like em. Im thrilled you liked the cat. The design and model, rig etc took ages and well its a cat, thats what you get.

    Spats, especially for you ive shown the 2nd one. haha, Im so gonna switch working methods :]


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    I`m gonna try work from dark to light next time caus this aint working for me
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    Hey Banshax, sorry to be gone for so long. You're really keeping up the pace here. Good studies, your forms are really coming together solidly. Still a little heavy on the line quality tho. Maybe you should try some gouche painting, or ink brush sketches. The muscles and weights diagrams are great, too.

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    those eyes are getting better and doing good with the faces.



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    Something is starting to make sense. value to define form.
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    Something is starting to make sense. value to define form.
    Amen to that. I award you 5 points for the improvement :]

    By the way, are those combine gas masks from half-life 2 or am I just imagining things?

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    looking good isn't it great when something just make sense all of a sudden?



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    spats, jup, those masks just look too damn cool. good eye. 8)

    oldnoobie, ha yes its great. Its quite tough to find out how little i understand it

    todays stuff is just nothin to see move along
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    I like the gasmask studies Bansh,you must draw an entire character with this
    ciao

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    Nice to see you trying digital. Looks good so far, now show moar. i do have to say that with eyes, to not draw them so "footbally" and draw the eyelids more like they're wrapping around they eyeball. Also, remember that the lower eyelid usually tucks into the upper one, or it at least looks like it does.

    Keep drawing, I'm always watching!

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    Going full steam ahead Banshax! Kudos for the discipline. The mix of life studies and 'basic forms' from books is a pretty good one. 2 points of advice:

    try a radically different technique. You've been using the same approach for a while now. either try a more tonal use of graphite (building up forms gradually, subtle shading, etc.) or maybe switch to ink for a little while.

    Be aware of the rhythm in the forms you're drawing. Your lines and forms seem rigid and hard-edged. I recommend either doing some tracings with a fine line (to keep the subtleties of the lines...graphite stick might blot it out) or doing some 'right-brain' activities (drawing without taking your stylus off the paper, drawing without looking at the paper, drawing just the negative spaces...)

    keep it up!

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    Hey Guys, Thanks for the comments I really apreciate em!
    Im super stuck at the moment. Your comments confirmed this esp. BludHund.
    Man you`re so right that its amazing. cool.

    I seriously gotta switch to some hardcore right-brain stuff.


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    hey you got some good ideas. I really like your studies, thats just wutch u need to do. Draw from life as much as possible.

    keep workin'

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    The upper right one is a good, expressive face - do you build the heads upon an oval or a sphere? I'm just curious because I can faintly see the constructions lines~

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    Hey Kanoa, Yeah, im continuing these SP`s thats for sure.
    Sir Spats, thanks man. Its not really constructed. I drew a middle line and thought of a bean more or less. I felt comfertable with that angle caus ive been using a lot in reverse in my SP`s. Doing those actually helps!

    Still skewing things etc. Drawing eyes, noses etc helps, im amazed.
    Last SP, the eyes arent dead, mayb half dead which is great!
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    Quick gestures from life. held a ballpoint at the end, suggestion from a friend.
    my apolagies for the mushy scans
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    good gestures good sense of movement



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    Very nice studies,in particular the gestures from life!
    Keep posting, cheers

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    Hey Oldnoobie, THanks man, thanks for stopping by, dont be afraid to tear my work apart! :]
    Hey Dreamworker! I apreciate your comment.

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    Very very good, your lines become more and more fluid! keep more of this studies from life man!
    Ciao

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    Hey Dreamworker, thanks man!
    Im noticing that it helps a LOT to do those

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    first update
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    Its a good day to draw (2nd update)
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    Im done, been drawing all day.
    Some poses for animation mentor.
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    Hey thx for stopping by my sketchbook.
    I like these action line studies you got going on!
    See how far you can take the action lines without losing the realistic movement of the figure.

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