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    Signs Sketchbook – 1st Update Since Hiatussssss

    UPDATE 2013:

    Hi.



    I'm Matt CA, there are lots of Matts, but I'm from Iowa. Dig it... we've got good soil.

    You're looking at work from August of 2006. It's been almost two years. I've used the resources here to the best of my ability, which is improving everyday.

    I aspire to freelance illustrate and design.

    I love chatting with CA.orgers. Catch me on the vent channel or on AIM @ shinraisamurai


    Work is in ascending order. Unless you changed your thread layout, clever bugger.

    Help me out with a harsh crit or a kind word. I appreciate both.
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    I Matt welcome in SB forum
    The shouses and the keyrings are ok, I think. But the anatomy have some problems, I suppose that you don't use a costruction lines for the proportions. Use books like those Loomis ( in the web are more exctract from its works -> fineart.sk ) for improve your skills
    Keep it up!
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    Nice start. I think you just need to take your time. The first tennis shoe is nice. try to sit and think, then execute. and if your work isn't what you thought it would be, come back to it later. see ya soon.
    Not quitting my dayjob just yet...
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    Nice shoes. Keep producing objective drawing.
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    its alright for an Andabatae but you'll get there soon. that live modelling class will do you good
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    Dreamworker ... Yeah my understanding of anatomy is somewhat vague, I'm glad you thought the the objects were ok.

    J. Peakham ... Thanks for stopping by! Do the object drawings look rushed to you? Do I need to define shape more? I'm not sure what you mean by the last comment.

    Listing ... Thanks man, will do.

    camilografix ... I just have to go to the class now.
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    Life drawing classes will help you lots. You`re already doing well though, however you need to learn anatomy to improve in drawing humans. You`ll end up a better draftsman anyway. Work those lifedrawings and keep regular updates. Some loomis studies like dreamworker mentioned should help a LOT as well. esp together with lifedrawing classes
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    If you've got the opportunity for life drawing do it, no question, it's a great way to improve your drawing and to train your eye. Not a bad start, good luck to you!
    Pencils before Pixels....in theory..
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    who is your avatar a picture of?
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    Myself, why do you ask?
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    You're a good looking guy and the picture seems professional. I'd thought it might have been taken from some search engine for the effect.
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    Oh the importance of live models! The Human figure is one of those things you should draw from life whenever you get the chance. It has helped me abunch growing up. Learning anatomy, manipulating the materials, maintaining an awesome surface of the paper..all are very important. Thanks for checking out my SB!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Listing
    You're a good looking guy and the picture seems professional. I'd thought it might have been taken from some search engine for the effect.

    Thanks man, I took it with a digicam and then greyscaled it. I just looks good because its resized

    Next will include art!

    Quote Originally Posted by BarretThompson
    Oh the importance of live models! The Human figure is one of those things you should draw from life whenever you get the chance. It has helped me abunch growing up. Learning anatomy, manipulating the materials, maintaining an awesome surface of the paper..all are very important. Thanks for checking out my SB!
    I'm trying to find info on it, but I'm excited to go when I can!
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    Hey there!

    The first shoe is very cool. I'm sure life drawing will help a whole bunch.

    Good luck in the future and keep drawing mate!
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    Two pages, my othere sb is currently with the instructor.

    Tried to create action with the guy at the bottom, not very 3d.
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    idea I had while moving a lawn, can you tell. Don't mind the swordsman.
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