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    /foot fetish?

    That last ones really nice man, the girls face in the middle one is a bit off though, the rest of em all look real good though. The tf one is pretty slick too. Keep it up.
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    Yo! I'm subscribed to your thread, so your updates can't escape me mwahahaha.

    The new one looks much better I think. Neater, more visual space, more focus for the eye. My only problem is that 'Team Fortress' is still touching the edge of the screen, so that it looks a little messy if you were to scrutinise it overall. But great improvement! I especially like how you replaced the white box with the gradient one. Blends in more. =) As for the lines, personally I'm not a fan of them, but I do like the idea of grids.

    Right, right, Anya... on first sight I think you've brought out the tones on her chest and stomach area very well. And the eye is well done! There are some issues with her face though, as though it's squashed in, and the mouth/right eye is a little too big/out of placement. The shape of the jaw is also unnaturally squarish, and the shading of her right arm is flat as compared to the rest of her body (boobs! boobs! boobs! heh heh.)

    Right. That's all. ^^ Keep up the great work, and look forward to more!

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    hmmm.... i like the figure studies (something I need to do more) and the poster looks awsome too. Keep it up!

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    Nice work dude! You've made a lot of progress in since 06, so keep it up!

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    Nice work you porn freak

    Your study-drawings on the arm and hand (192) are cool. One thing I wonder about, if you drew them studies because everyone else does them, or because you was trying to understand how the arm looks and works? In any case, my guess would be stated from the drawing after those studies, that it does not look like you have imprinted that particular study.

    My critic is - By what I have seen I can say your drawings of arms could be better, without excuse.

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    Hey Mat, I understand completely how you feel, I do sometimes too, But let me tell you this. People do not end up being good by giving up. You should never give up, never quit!

    I think you are good, bright minded, exactly what it takes to become something. Now all you need to do is beleave in youself and never stop in your tracks.

    Also every single opinion is valuable. No matter what they say, they all help you to realise many aspects.

    I wouldn't be this good if it wasn't for my mum in my younger years. Everytime she turned around, when I spent my whole day in my room drawing one piece, showing it to her, she'd say coldy, the head were too big or what ever, she always found something. Grrr' it made me angry

    Of course anger is part of my defense, but the fact is I didn't have too, it got me this good, it helped.

    I am helping you. Don't quit man!!!!

    Edit: *I'd slap you straight if I was next to you* *hug*
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    Nice chats on vent. Keep at it man

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    Your studies are looking strong, and your rendering is improving, I'd love to see some more hand studies though.

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    What's this about quitting nonsense?

    Something I learned from a J.H.Sanden book.

    Principle 9: Overcome the fear of failure

    Timidity is the artist's worse enemy and boldness the most faithful ally.
    Never tiptoe about or sneak up on your painting, but attack it with the daring, resoluteness and decisiveness at your own command. Even if you're quaking with self-doubt, try to boost your confidence before commencing a painting session, using any method that works for you. Tell yourself that you must paint with assurance, with bravado, with complete disregard for the dark doubts that gnaw at the core of every human being.

    Avoid judging your rate of progress against others. Some people improve rapidly, some improve slowly. Some improve in stages, remaining at one level for years at a time, then moving ahead. There's no formula for artistic progress: It proceed with it's own pace. Some people even retrogress, going two steps forward and one back. Others leap ahead. Do all you can to improve, but let your rate of progress determine itself.

    "If you think, you will become." -Descartes
    The power of positive thinking plays an enormous part in the development of an artist.

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    Those are great motivational quotes, Bard. Thanks a lot. I'm gaining a lot of confidence in my studio classes right now and collecting work I'll be posting soon enough.

    I'm also putting together the poster for our schools' art show, and will be submitting some work. Stay tuned in.

    I feel the love, thanks guys.
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    Thanks for comment and rating man.
    I don't know what's happening here, but I don't think you're going to give up, are you?. It seems to me that you're just preparing to show us something extraordinary, hehe, can't wait to see it. BTW, the last post is sweet, though the cloth on her is a bit awkward to me.

    peace
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    nice stuff here. i really like the first one in post #190. and the weapon designs are kickass as well. only thing is keep working on that anatomy and try to put more emphasis on your contrast. so you can help the images stand out more. keep it up. oh yeah i wanna see more tf2 stuff.
    To live is to create, to create is to live. Without art and music, I do not know how I would get by in my day to day life.

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    Not updating is a sin.

    You're not a sinner, are you?

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    thank u it is nice to visit u nice one

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    Time for some serious catching up. I must admit I haven't been drawing as much as I should. Shame shame. This is all straight out of the sketchbook. Tomorrow I'll update what little digital stuff I've been doing and mostly failing at. lol.

    I'll post replies to all the awesome comments and crits you guys have given me. I'm still quite determined.

    All the stuff is in descending order. Oldest to newest yo.

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    Thanks for cheq'n it out. Lots of the full figures HAVE feet I swear. My sb is just too damn big for my scanner! CHEERS MATEYS! Oh I'm so tired.
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