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    Try to understand the form you are drawing, what pops out and what sinks in. Once you understand that you will be able to light your character designs with confidence. Try breaking your designs down to basic shapes and then add demision. Polish and tighten drawing after that. Commit what you do from your life studies to memory. If you don't remember what something looks like and can't remember pull reference and or do more studies, so you can know what it looks like especially in certain lighting situations. If you have to draw what you don't know over and over again to commit it to memory. I can draw horse decent but ask me to do a giraffe, I would be stuck and not know because I haven't drawn a damn giraffe, never. Your doing good dude. Keep at it; I want to see alot more studies. XD


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    hei there
    i really like this one
    http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i2...ori/render.jpg
    and this one could be awesome, flesh it out!
    http://i74.photobucket.com/albums/i2...i/DSC00286.jpg

    looking forward to updates!

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    another great update, love specialy the pencilz. your water colours are improving each update...keep sharing plz
    Grab your pencil, grab your dream!
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    hey guys another spam post .
    Me loves spam.
    WIll update tomorrow
    Dile-GLad you dropped by dude. will drop by your thread as soon as I can.
    Sirio_brozzi-I still dont think I am pushing myself , gotta test my limits . thanks so much for the continued support.Really and isnt it time you updated? hehe take care bro,
    SOlon-hello mr water dropper, glad you dropped(pun intended) by.
    Kronos-tahnks for the comment, will be wathcing all the proportions.
    bren man-hey nice to see you here bro. Will wathc the lighting , yeah gotta studdy all the masters , present and old.
    Beelow-Thanks a lot for the advice sir, I relaly want to improve my visual memory.a lot to learn. , will post mroe studies .
    ANdreas-Thanks for dropping man, its soo cool to see new faces here.AWIll update tomorrow so stay tuned.
    CAllops-tahnks for dropping by glad you liked the art. Will keep upating.
    A singled update.
    New Painted(Shaped Red)October -20-2011

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    New Painted(Shaped Red)October -20-2011

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    soo many pics.... ...
    It's good to see you spendint mor etime drawing.
    Also,try to vary a bit the time spent on them.
    Keep it up dood !

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    Real nice man, real nice - I like the energy in these last two. Think you should keep working with that attitude when you do watercolours.

    As Dan said, try to vary the time spent on pics.

    Also do you have photoshop? I've never seen you use it, but if you have access to it you can beef up how your pictures look when you post them. Just give me a shout and I'll show you bro.

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    Nice mini-update.. Cant ever go wrong with zombies v. Robots, dig the zombie suitcase.
    TUNAFISH SAMMICHES?!

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    Dude, there's a lot of crazy line confidence going on up in this one. Killer. Also, weird. This new one, too. Looks really good. That tiger is no match for her enormous caboose.
    Keep bangin at the watercolors, spend more time working up the picture as a whole before rendering out specific information like eyes and mouths and stuff.
    Great work man, you're a busy bastard!

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    damn!~! sorry for missing all these awesome updates! your pencils are definitely improving, altho i would like to remind you about line quality in the more rendered ones
    also i really like this, i dunno if its sorta the unfinished look to it or what..but the whole piece looks really foggy and atmospheric...its like you stopped at the perfect point to achieve it.....

    anyways again sorry for not commenting here as much as i should have...keep up the hard work!

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    man, these traditional paintings are great, I love to see people's traditional art. I have yet to do that, I tried for a while, but it got really expensive. Anyway, thanks for the kind words, keep it up!
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    BoneFragments

    Like what you are doing with color and also seeing great progress here.

    Also thanking everyone for feeding the monkey before updating my thread.

    Drop by SoFA the BoneHead Nation is on the move.

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    Great progress . lines look good and comfident.
    For crits, some of the poses look kind of flat, look a bit into proportions and shading.

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    thanks for the comments guys-
    daniel- nice to see you here man, Yeah I spend the same amount of time on many of them gota vary, thanks.
    brendan-Hey man, well, you know that lush stroke that many associate with WC is ahrd man. I am still working on them.WIll see what I can do with the contrast and stuff.
    sirio_brozzi-Great to hear you like robots and zombies, well who doesnt.
    Take care .
    ANdyP-Hey , its cool to see you here man.GLad you like the linework, yeah I learned from my mistakes Its easier to work on bigger masses first then going to the details.thanks for dropping by.
    Paperx-hey man , ncie to see you writing in my pages.glad you liekd the stuff-
    Jens-hello jens, Yeah Color is pretty much new to me , Thanks for the advice, really appreciate, will do mroe b/w pages .
    Minjarr- hey man glad to see yu here. trad art is definitely cool. glad you lide it.
    Bonemaster-wow its nice to see you here. HAve updated my thread at tsofa.And loved your recent updates too.
    Chillpill-glad you liekd the stuff.

    SO updates, again.
    watercolors and sketches
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    hot damn dude you're improving fast! last buncha watercolours are absolutely great man, and the pencils are coming along quick. In terms of crits I would say watch your masses and be more adventurous with your colour.

    But overall I am really really impressed, proud of you bruthar!
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    IS this art or porn

    Hey brendan, man its cool that you liked my stuff.DOnt worry , I was restrciting myself for some reason with watercolors but I will try to play more with it.

    FIrst of all a watercolor study

    New Painted(Shaped Red)October -20-2011



    Okay this time I ahve got an issue. Please , please let me know what you think about ....
    the peice I am gonna show here.
    New Painted(Shaped Red)October -20-2011

    what do you think about this piece it created a furore in my home, my dad found it in my sketchbook and claimed that this is pornography and not art. he tre id off the sb. I hated that, but I myself dont consider it porn.

    SO my question is do you?
    I really want to have some opinions about this one. I am also gonna post it in the lounge and get some replies.
    take care.
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