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    Zord Zord Bro, great to hear from you and thanks for your comments! I hope I can keep these studies up, its tough but ill try and be as regular as I can

    lefran Thanks fran, Bold lines sounds like an interesting idea. Ill have to try it out some time.

    Sorry this is abit of a shitty update. These are all on a thin A3 type paper hence why they dont fit, I dont want to waste the paper as my auntie bought it me for my bday so I feel abit bad not wanting to use it. Comes in handy for big loose doodles though
    I thought I should try and post things whether they are shit or good sorta like Mindcandymans Sb.

    I think I need to slow down, bit pissed off today

    Gonna try and get a ps pic done before tonight.
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    looking good, but i think you need to check the perspective on the sockets and such, because they looks like its off.
    and maybe be a bit looser with the pencil, they look like you press a bit hard.

    strong sb, wish i had one like this.

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    Round thing, sorry its not very interesting.

    I found this random doodle I did in ps a few weeks ago too.
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    Nice work man

    From looking through your sketch book, it cleary shows that you have worked hard to develop your skills and it is definatly paying off! You also have wide variety of strong concepts which is a bonus.

    Keep up the good work man.
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    AK86 Thanks for the comments dude!

    wakazou Yeh the plug is wonky, I tried to do it freehand without vanishing points. I think though next time I will use a basic bit of perspective yet still freehand to keep the feeling more natural. We'll have to see how it goes I suppose. Thanks for the help and a good point also made on line too.


    Uppy, I snuck into another classes life drawing today and did a study in my moleskine.
    It Was alot of fun, the guy had some tats and a pierced penis teehee.

    Think my line needs to be lighter still.

    *Edit would help If I posted the image*
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    Sneaking into life drawing classes, huh? I was actually kinda disappointed with the life drawing class I took my last semester at college; every model was a middle-aged woman, and only one wasn't chubby. Good to see someone somewhere is drawing some varied and interesting figures.
    Anywho, next time perhaps draw multiple very loose gestures to really get the weight of the figure and reduce the form into simpler shapes. Don't get distracted by details, and focus on the overall shape. And don't cut your characters off at the shins.
    For your observational traditional media drawings, try out some vine charcoal rather than pencil. It's great for filling in large areas of tone. Then, you could go in with a combination of vine charcoal, an eraser, and a charcoal pencil to fine tune and add details. It's a far superior medium for larger drawings requiring large areas of tone, in my opinion.
    Your quickie mouse still life turned out very good. You asked about how to start out a digital painting. That's an issue I'm working on in my own work. I've settled on my own variant of Chuck Wadey's method, which he explains in this fantabulous tutorial. It's a fun way to paint.
    I'm likin' these frequent updates. Keep it up, you lesbian in a man's body!

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    hehe nice updates, sorry i haven't replied lately.

    i like the one you did of yourself in the shaving mirror, i'd recognize it in a heartbeat.

    if anything i think some of your chars are really short, maybe elongate them a bit.


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    Another crap digi test. At the moment ive just been reading and experimenting around with brushes etc, but I thought I should keep somat posted. sorry its not very good

    Edit: Forgot this test, I bumped up the contrast abit though. I think this is one thing im really struggling with, contrast.
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    Keep it up dude. Keep pushing hard and lets see you fill up the next 10 pages! I'm impressed and proud with your progress, so keep drawing
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    Moai Hey Moai! You'd be suprised how rubbish our life drawing classes are. We have them for about 4-5 weeks once a year.. and because im so pissed off with us not having many I snuck into some A level life drawing classes. Even then half our models seem to be overweight and old lol.
    I have done some charcoal pieces with this model and others, I havent posted them though because my digicam isnt particularly great. Thanks for the idea on that though. Oh and also thanks for the digi link!

    hp Ello me duck, thanks for stopping by

    John_the_One Cheers dude

    Alright folks, im trying to keep as regular as I can, its a little hard at the moment with all my college work mounting upon me, short deadlines and university applications to sort out etc.
    Heres a Moleskine doodle dump though for today.
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    looking good, but slow down and draw something till its finished,
    draw more aswell

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    Lol, love the snow man sequ.
    Form my friend, get some studies of the major masses down, that'll really help your confidence with gestures.
    Otherwise you are making good progress Rich, but i would say slow down with the rendering, think about each mark you make, as it all effects the surface.
    Keep it up!
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    Wakazou Your definatley right about needing to slow down. Everythings starting to look abit rushed and sloppy.

    Badger Thanks mate, we need another meet soon bud!

    Quick Moleskine life drawing.

    The moth is a wip. Thanks to wakazou hes made me to do a tighter rendering, or at least take my time on a piece. This is from a photo reference and was done on bristol board, the actual sheet of paper is A3 but I managed to cram the moth onto the scanner. I also used a 2b pencil though I think I might change it for briz board, finding it hard to get darker values.
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    hey nice moth, maybe push the darks some more
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    Ahhh, so thats the crazy Bristol Board moth thingy? Interesting. The life drawing of the tattoo guy with no tattoos is good, and i keep laughing my ass off when i see the Snowman comic strip of Hitman ^^ Hahaaa!!
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