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    (update 5/6/2013) from now on art study is the most important thing in my life!!

    I have been told about conceptart.org just a few months ago. The awsome artistic environment here really attracts me. After hanging around in the forum for a while, finally I have encourage to start my drawing diary here and try to share my arts to everyone. I grow up in a environment which I have nope chance to share arts even I am working now pretty much same, so hopefully I can hear you guys' critiques and comments.

    Today is 22/9/2006, hopefully this diary can last forever

    Those are some life drawings I have done, I like anatomy and still learning.
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    Some really lovely stuff here.

    Good luck with the sketchbook, I'd love to see more

    Keep it up.
    http://www.sakuhatakka.com/ - image portfolio

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    those are some very good sketches ... good start on the sb .. keep posting


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    Thanks you guys I will keep posting

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    welcome to the sketchbooks, you're off to a great start. Love the clean lines on your character designs and your life poses are looking good
    My sketches (such as they are)

    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=75440



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    oo cool stuff here. How long were those poses?

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    Skeiff thank you that detail one in the thrid picture is 20 minutes, the others are 10 to 15 minutes, show you guys more

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    Welcome to CA your anatomy is looking good, keep it up, can't wait to see more.

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    ah short haired girls again keep em comin. very nice stuff in all your posts.

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    wow..so beautiful..how long ago did you do these :3

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    Those are some of the best figure drawings I've seen in a while. You obviously have a good understanding of anatomy. Your rendering of the male model's shoulder muscles is beautiful, as is the shading on those faces in your first post.
    This sketchbook is off to a nice start! I'll be checking back.

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    your anotomy skills and life drawings kick ass!
    my sketchbook
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    my flickr go there if you want to see my photography stuff

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    another drafts
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    Wow, you really stepped it up with that last one! I was only able to take a glance at it, but some things I would personally change are: make both legs of the front woman drag along the ground and shift her pelvis to the right, basically creating an "S" curve starting with the "tail" on the other person's helmet.

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    schveeeet!!
    damn... good stuff in here.
    really liking the last piece, but could you post a smaller version as well so we can see the entire piece on the screen at once? the details are nice, but i cant see the whole composition.

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    omg you call those sketch....
    They are really really nice, and thx for sharing your steps on how to paint your half angel, I learned alot by just looking at it.

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    way to go being amazing! ..i don't even have any critiques for you.. the step by step one is really nice. and the very last drawing from the last set with the crazy lance lady (>.<) is out of this world kick-assery.
    "The power is saying no." - R. Motherwell.

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    Nice..

    Very nice style, clean solid lines, good suggestions of weight, mass and form. No crits from me :-)

    Keep posting... im gonna keep watching..

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    w007! high-res!
    I like your interpretation of medusa
    aaaand I wait for colour =)
    my sketchbook
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    Hellow..!

    Wow! your work is amazing!!
    It's really really great!!!!!
    I love it!



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    I was viewing your work and I spluuuudged in my pants it was just that good... I love the life drawing work... very solid moving lines.... keep em cumming...
    Who exactly is this minjit you ask?
    Rorke's Sketch Book of Doomy Dooomm!
    I don't want to go mommy...>.< you can't make me!

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    rorke, thank you for your special interest about my art haha
    Lietje, Infinit, RandAlThor thank you guys
    vitaliyvladimirov, complete2, Thank you I have made that picture smaller
    getata, it is cool you can learn some from that
    darkwolfb87, interesting point I will try to have a go, but still I want it looks like a soldier
    Sow you guys some new schetches

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    Those are some sweet animal sketches! There's a feeling of fluid movement to all of them. Very nice.

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    Moai, thanks man I will show more arts here.

    It has a while I have nope time to update the stuffs, I will catch up now. I am analysing some posts of human recently, hope to hear you guys' suggestions.
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    Also I got some character designs here too, just for relaxation have look
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    This thread deserves some stars , wot say guys,
    Hey Openaneworld-the anatomy studies studies you do , are they refd?

    Btw really solid linework man. The anatomy as well as the stuff imaginative look really solid. Great just great.
    yeah you better stay an artist forever .

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    Very cool SB! I like your style and I admir your good control of anatomies ! You have also a great painting skills that create a nice sense of volume!
    5 stars for me
    Cheers!

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