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    i'm starting my sketchbook!!

    Hi ^_^
    I decided to start my own sketchbook, i think it will motivate me to draw more. (yes, i'm lazy..)
    anyway here some of my sketches to start off...
    i welcome all helpful feedbacks as well as chewing me up and throw me around feedbacks...

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    Nice. you got good grasp about proportions. more colour maybe?

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    yeah... i'm really weak on colors -_-;;; I'm working on it.
    thanx^^

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    ooh you are not alone on the color part. i need some practise there too.

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    hey misterioush, nice start there, the environments are looking good, i like the style youve drawn the first image in, i think it could look great inked comic book styley

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    Here's some new sketches

    it's been so long i uploaded anything.-_-
    so here's what i did recently
    quick girly sketches ^_^

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    The first "girly" is great, I love the color. Simple but nice.

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    Good start to your s.b. love to see more to try and make "helpful" comments

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    cool T.T i'll try my best...OTL

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    it's been awhile^^;;;
    im busy trying to graduate from school.
    here's my portfolio site www.flyingstrokes.com
    please visit if have time, and let me know what you think^^/

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    Good start From the sketches you posted so far, you may want to do more facial and head studies. Also if you're looking to study color for environments [i noticed you last image in your first post] You may want to block out your colors first before adding details to smaller areas. I'm in the process of learning this stuff myself. Koshime has some really great posts in his sketchbook that step out some of his processes. http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=29051

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