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    Mr. Right shows you how to do it: //WRONG\\

    I've started finishing sketches, if you don't like what's here at the top, try starting at the bottom and work your way up. Also, the original attachments from the first post are gone. Sorry.

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    All I know is that there were rumors he was into field hockey players... there were rumors--
    So I applied basically. I went out for the team.
    It was so hush-hush. Everyone was so... quiet about it. Then the next thing you know--

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    Really like the knees in the last picture, good stuff! Keep it up!

    And it is true real cowboys never quit

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    Not bad! I think you should check out some references for faces; you've got a fair grasp of anatomy, especially in the hands, but you can never improve too much when it comes to the figure. ^_^ Also work on varying line width for your pen work; I'm guessing it's just a sketch, in which case it doesn't really matter, but if it's a final it seems a little messy and flat without the variation line width provides.

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    how to do it: //SIMILAR\\

    The dialogue from the third image:
    "Sometimes to stay sharp you just need a new ax."
    "Are you saying I need to buy a new tie? Because I don't have time for that."

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    how to do it: //HASTILY\\

    I was not myself last night couldn't set things right with apologies or flowers
    Out of place as a cryin' clown who could only frown and the play went on for hours
    And as I lived my role I swore I'd sell my soul for one love
    Who would stand by me and give me back the gift of laughter...
    Phantom of the Paradise, anyone?

    Also, a study of Mr. T.

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    how to do it: //IN LINE\\

    The first one is supposed to be a self-portrait

    The text from the last one:
    "I may be a monster, but that doesn't mean I can't run an orphanage!"

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    looks nice but start some nude drawings. u got the talent for graphic. post 5 last one reminds me somehow of griffith from berserk.

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    how to do it: //DEAF\\

    All I am is a piece of wood
    Cut from something living
    Touch me I don't feel too good
    I'm cold but I'm not shivering

    WIP - based on the girl from this movie.

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    Yeah! Nice style goin on here man!
    Sometimes a few little anatomical issues, but practice makes perfect. Aint that right, mr right!?

    Keep em coming, very inspirational
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    how to do it: //HURTING\\

    Today's update starts with a comic strip I'm working on. If anyone has some stories of self-mutilation that they feel comfortable sharing with me, then please, message me. Also, from now on lyrics will appear at the bottom of the post.

    It's called, "Cutting Remarks."

    Self-portrait. I was trying to bend the rules and go more Jamie Hewlett with the body (scrawny legs, high crotch), but the arms should be thinner for that.

    A Tapir is an animal that is black and grey -- split down the middle. It is crazy.

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    you've got some lovely work in here, a few figures look wonky here and there but keep on cranking these out.

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    i like your style, very out of standard...

    i agree with the tapir...great animal, you see a nutria and a hornitorringo?(i don't know how to say in english,sorry).
    very good things...

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    hey man, I really dig these sketches. Shows potential, nice lines and dynamic poses. I do think the faces often look kinda flat compared to the rest of the figure though. Maybe do some portraits?
    In any case, keep it up!
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