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    The last ones are very good...
    Very nice illos...esp the asian guy and anime style.

    draw dude..


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    Here are the first two pages I'm trying to get a comic project deal going down. The page one is still incomplete.

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    RPG character. Naruto universe.

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    Gift for a friend of her original character.

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    Nice stuff!!!

    So your into the comics thing too
    I'm quite dumb at sequentials..hehe

    but I'll crit it later...

    great Naruto is my favorite character of all time...
    but I've watched it til the Sasuke fight...have to know what hapenned!!!

    Great you're still cranking stuff man, our group seem to be thinning....

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    hehe...ya caught me on proportions...

    anyway, the cover has some tangent issues...
    like the ships( I don't know what thats called, wave-motion?)
    looks like it scraped the sea... maybe extending the lines outside earth?
    And the sattelite was kind of sitting at earth maybe a little blur effect could separate that and lesser values than the ship because it's farther away from us...that's it.

    wanna see more of that pages, man...

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    Drapery studies is something else i am taking up as well, since i can't seem to draw trenchcoats or folds as well as i'd like to, they are helping tho, as for your book, i see a lot of expressive work in your sketches. great basis for a style here, make sure u keep banging the study work,

    ahhh studies, the greatest gift god cud give to an artist
    Why do u stick your nose in other families business'. Come on dude don't u have any HOBBIES?

    My sketchbook beckons, ave a look see?
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    Hmm - perspective needs work (specifically on figures), but the pictures are improving nicely .

    I really like the bird in http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...0&d=1170189887

    It looks really nice, and the marks feel confident.

    Keep pushing it and don't forget to jump on those studies - looking forward to seeing more.
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    Bard - I'm not sure what you mean about the ship and the wave motions. I'll put that satellite more in the background though. I haven't even started another page! I'm waiting for the script for the next one.

    Blade-14 - Thanks for stopping by! Thanks for the encouragement. I know I'll only find my edge if I keep drawing. studies ftw.

    Alzorath - Perspective on the figures? I'll look into what I can do to improve that. Not gonna bother going back too much on what I've done, gotta be progressive. I'm glad you liked the bird. That was a good sb page

    Heres the character in color. Like 3 hrs in Photoshop.

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    I say keep the smoke simple and the bg color is almost the same as the skin color.

    I say keep on the still lifes or life drawings, you don't know how it's helping my art trying to study these again because as I said I(like many youngsters would actually skip this important level).
    Fundamentals will be your building block for making good art man.
    Trust me..

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    Sorry for the lack of activity on my part. Was busy moving into a new place. Anyways, Keep up the creativity but also hit the anatomy books and work on value too man!
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    Bard and Eph - Yeah, I think I'll be getting back to some studies this week.

    Heres some oldish stuff that got scanned from the sb:

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    This was a little fun experiment/doodle with mat's custom brushes.
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    These are nice...
    You are studying everything from bones, rendering, animals, planes, gestures and experimenting.

    The guy in the ski mask has very good rendering and so is the guy beside him.
    Frankly, I never done sketching from live things, just from photographs.
    So that will be my assignment this week, thanks man!

    Will look forward to your next posts...

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    Yeah! Thanks Bard. I should do more studies from my anatomy book. It has bones as well as master studies and photo references. All around good one! The Ski mask guy was from my head. The portrait to the right of that was of my friend - real quick.

    I love it that you use what I do as an inspiration sometimes, thats just mirrored back to me, I want to do more!

    I colored the weird perspective guy last night.

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    Hi Mat! Some good sketches here. here are some things I have been using to improve on my figure drawing:

    Structure of Man DVD's

    Bridgman

    Hogarth

    The Artist's Complete Guide to Figure Drawing

    Vilppu is also known to be top class! Nevere used it myself though.

    Using a computer to do art can be deadly for the beginner, so just keep up with those traditional studies and I am sure we will see a pro in no time!

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    Hehe of course Mat! definitely wondering what your up to ..hehe

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    Hey, I like much of the bunch of pencil sketches. Some of (...ok, most of!) the figures seem stiff though - perhaps some curve would bring out the rhythm of the body abit more?
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