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    Hey Bhanu, apologies for not showing up sooner. Im digging these pen sketches, mabey try focusing more on strengthening up those lines. Your making improvements which is great man, keep up those studies!


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    HEy thestjester,
    been a long time since we talked eh?
    Still good to see you here man. yeah linework needs a bloody lot of work .
    Thanks for the encouragement.
    Okay so, heres another page of red pen art.
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    Noice !!
    Keep an eye on the chest's muscles. Especially the abdominals. They're a bit confusing.
    Also, the lines look a bit messy from time to time... keep things clear !! =)
    Keep pushing bro !
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    Sketches comin along nicely mate! Your figures are improvin. I'd like to se more hawt action though, like the howling guy in the penultimate paper. I'd like to see some pencils, shadowing practise. Anywho, lookin good indeed!
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    Thanks for teh commetns guys,
    Daniel-Great to see here bro. my anatomy work is slcking. have to work mroe.
    take care.
    Orifice-,.hey man. Pkay so you want some action you will get some action and yes some pencils too.
    next update will be one of those.
    For today though a painting. tones suck ,it sucks compleetely . but wtf eh?
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    Improving a whole bunch Bhanu! The sketches are nice, but try and strengthen the line quality like has been said. With the painting, it's not too bad, but with the face try and use the same method as you do with the body rather than just dark outlining. So it all flows Keep it up man, great progress.
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    hey bhanu, thanks for stopping by in my sb - really like the water colors, it's such a tough medium... i second jake on the outline, but really enjoy your choice of colors. great second book over all, take care!

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    Quote Originally Posted by j a k e
    Improving a whole bunch Bhanu! The sketches are nice, but try and strengthen the line quality like has been said. With the painting, it's not too bad, but with the face try and use the same method as you do with the body rather than just dark outlining. So it all flows Keep it up man, great progress.

    I have to agree. Great work!
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    Hey guys thanks for the replies,
    @ jake- your wish is my command sir. Umm I ahve been tringout tones but water colos are hard . its hard to keep similar tones. I will try .thanks for dropping by though.
    @stine- hey man. thanks for the comment and the advice.
    @spudstudios- thanks for dropping by mate . and cheers
    todays updates,
    I ahve done more watercolors , but they are as shitty as the one here so I may not upload them .
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielC
    Noice !!
    Also, the lines look a bit messy from time to time... keep things clear !! =)
    Keep pushing bro !
    Thanks for visiting my SB. Like your work here. I'd like to see how you progress with your line work. I would suggest to, now and then, discipline a bit and use long sweeps to get the long gesture of the torso to the leg, etc. Try it and see what happens when you resist the multiple strokes for one sweep. I know that as you search for the right form you can use many lines in your search. Imagine the shape you want B4 you draw it. Cleaner lines are also more efficient and read easier. One way is to do a trace over your original and find the lines that describe the gesture best and sweep them out on the tracing.
    I've done thousands of copies of quick sketches, from some super advanced students and picked up their thinking on just this aspect. This was a important part of my training. Just a suggestion, your work is always getting better and better.
    Keep up the great studies.
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    Hey, Bhanu. The pieces that are are taking time on and rendering out (like your life drawing stuff) is looking really good. Keep at 'er.
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    hey u have some good stuff here man....but poses are a little stiff....cool work keep it up
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    Hey bro

    Daniel and Aztec have said it - don't get too messy with the lines. Every line should have a purpose!

    But the updates are really good, I'm digging the lot. Keep these up and keep focus, always think about what you are doing!

    ciao bro!

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