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    Cerbercus's Sketchbook

    Hey!

    Inspired by my mate Jase aka 'aph', I've decided to become an active member!
    I'm an illustrator, here's some of my previous work to give you an idea of me and my style, while I work on new stuff to upload!

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    Boy, I sure like your stuff! On the first image.. his bottom foot seems a bit too small?

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    Purty! Post more! :-)

    I think you are awesome, and I wish you the best in your endeavors, but I am tired of repeating myself, I am very busy with my new baby, and I am no longer a regular participant here, so please do not contact me to ask for advice on your career or education. All of the advice that I have to offer can already be found in the following links. Thank you.

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    cool man, really nice stuff! I like the splatter around the eye in the last one.

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    Very nice. I love the cloth wrinkles in the first image and the eyes in the last one. The splatter around the eye was a nice touch. I agree that they guy's left foot does seem a little too small and oddly shaped, though.
    Nice start to your sketchbook. Welcome to CA!

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    hey, those paintings are looking nice. maybe a little too soft in some places though. keep charging

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    Saving the best for last? ;)

    Hi there,

    Impressive works, I am especially charmed by your last submission. It's texture I find captivating. I am anxious to see (read: admire) more work(s).

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    hey there!,
    Great work so far, i really like the one with the eye splatter.

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    What's bothering me about samurai guy is that tendons and veins are getting more prominence than the main forms of his hands and feet, it looks weird, like dried chili peppers. Splatter eye is the strongest of the three. Modeling of form needs work, need to give the forms some hardness, as of now it's all rubbery.

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    Welcome to CA, Cerbercus!

    Some good illustrating going on here- I ditto armando though. We're all here to improve.

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    Hey.... UPDATE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhineville
    Hey.... UPDATE!
    Hey! Sorry for the delay, personal things have been happening the last week which has made me unable to update but things should start picking up from here on out!

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    *Just a text to see if my ava's working*

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    stlish very stylish, looking forward to more
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    Thanks ChaosRocks! Comments like yours inspire me to keep drawing!

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    damn nice start...i really like the first peice and the fabric....post more!

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    Finally got round to updating!
    Here's three sketches I've done of the same face from three different angles. I'm working on a face on view at the moment. Sorry about the poor quality scan - the original sketches are in blue lead and as such didn't scan very clearly so I had to adjust it to make it viewable in Photoshop but the result was it lost quality and detail!

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    And here's the front view!

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    Hey dude, glad your drawing again! I hope you get some more done this week and upload it for us. Good work! Just draw!

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    Hey, you did a good job on making all the faces uniform.

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    Hello there,

    Nice stuff you have here. But i'll be a smart-ass and will give you a tip:
    when drawing the face, try not to draw the upper line of the lips. It makes it look a bit weird..
    I'm looking forward to get to see some of your sketches (since this is the sketchbook section).

    Best regards,

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    Sketch of the human skull as part of an anatomy project my SSG is doing!

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    Looking good dude! Maybe the eyes could be a bit wider, and the top rounded cranium is perhaps a little too rounded. It may just be that the jaw muscle is not big enough at the bottom, its really quite big. It just looks that the skull for its width is not tall enough, unless its a child skull. I always have that problem, but better to make some mistakes than get it all right and not learn, right?

    Might help to do some quick practice sketches to try and nail it. Great work though! Keep going Mikey =]

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    Sorry for reposting the front view of the skull, but there wasn't much was of getting around that what with the position of the other sketches!

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    Skeletal hand for anatomy project... I'm so far behind! Maybe an all nighter tonight?? I'm determined not to fall behind on this project, I won't let you SSG guys down!!

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    Sexy skeleton lines cerb Maybe a little thick on the outline, but nice all the same.

    And please. Behind? Everyone is. At least you and Julianna have something presentable to... er, present.

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    Thanks Rhineville
    I hate my scanner at the moment, it's not configured for scanning detailed lines so where the lines look thick they're really not that bad lol I'll try to adjust the settings tonight before scanning some more!

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    Head and neck study of the muscles!
    I really enjoyed doing this! I'm glad I'm back in the artistic flow of things =)

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    Cool beans! Though, whats going on with that large sheet going from the jaw down to the neck... and I think the chin is a little stunted. But nice stuff, awesome lines as usual

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhineville
    Cool beans! Though, whats going on with that large sheet going from the jaw down to the neck... and I think the chin is a little stunted. But nice stuff, awesome lines as usual
    Yeah the chin's quite out of proportion unfortunately cause I like the rest of it! I have NO idea what that huge muscle is lol but it's there!! Well, in the ref. I used it was haha

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