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    Nice work so far. It looks like you're improving a lot since the start of this sketchbook. I'd say to keep studying anatomy but also study artists that put a lot of design into their work. Stuff like straights versus curves and S curves. It'll help the look of your work.


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    Great advice man! All good notes will be taken!

    Thanks sketch; I'll have to do that. I really want to continue in developing the dynamics and awesomeness of my drawings to come closer to putting what's in my head onto paper/wacom/canvas. I've also been told by Mentler about the concept of Artistic Inequalities, the conflict and domination of one over another, such as light versus dark, Cool/Warm, now with the addition of Straight linear vs. curvatures. These concepts will greatly help, I believe, in advancing my skills to another level... that and a ton more practice hehehe.

    But to continue the Alegory study;

    The mad book ->> 9/23/10 <<-  g'damn frackin puters!!!! Ghahhhhhh!!!

    The mad book ->> 9/23/10 <<-  g'damn frackin puters!!!! Ghahhhhhh!!!

    I think I'm upward into a couple hours in this one now.....

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    dissatisfation happens, the only thing to do is work over it...

    I've returned to add a couple more pics, after finding out a different method of painting with Painter... one that has the 'feel' of real paint. but first a few ~15 minute sketches...

    The mad book ->> 9/23/10 <<-  g'damn frackin puters!!!! Ghahhhhhh!!!

    The mad book ->> 9/23/10 <<-  g'damn frackin puters!!!! Ghahhhhhh!!!

    The mad book ->> 9/23/10 <<-  g'damn frackin puters!!!! Ghahhhhhh!!!

    The mad book ->> 9/23/10 <<-  g'damn frackin puters!!!! Ghahhhhhh!!!

    The mad book ->> 9/23/10 <<-  g'damn frackin puters!!!! Ghahhhhhh!!!

    The mad book ->> 9/23/10 <<-  g'damn frackin puters!!!! Ghahhhhhh!!!

    The mad book ->> 9/23/10 <<-  g'damn frackin puters!!!! Ghahhhhhh!!!

    The mad book ->> 9/23/10 <<-  g'damn frackin puters!!!! Ghahhhhhh!!!

    Now for something that took some time...
    The mad book ->> 9/23/10 <<-  g'damn frackin puters!!!! Ghahhhhhh!!!

    The mad book ->> 9/23/10 <<-  g'damn frackin puters!!!! Ghahhhhhh!!!

    The mad book ->> 9/23/10 <<-  g'damn frackin puters!!!! Ghahhhhhh!!!

    That's it for now... I'm probably scrapping that last study and end up retrying it with this new knowledge and brush setup...

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    once the images finished loading i was amazed at the progress from start to finish. you really taught yourself perspective quite effectively. you've got the proportions of your figures down, it seems, and you're getting the anatomy. perhaps practice rendering forms (like simple still life) from life more, it will pay dividends when you go to shade your invented figures.
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    Thanks Grenappels

    I'll definately take the advice... But for now an addition to try to push this thing past page 1...

    The mad book ->> 9/23/10 <<-  g'damn frackin puters!!!! Ghahhhhhh!!!

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    Must Kill Page!!!!

    I really hate doing this to kill a page but... here we go...

    An examination of one of Hogarth's backs...
    The mad book ->> 9/23/10 <<-  g'damn frackin puters!!!! Ghahhhhhh!!!
    (got a few quirks that I don't care for in it.... but...)

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