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    Hey man! Before I go to bed (full time job AAAAAH)
    The hands look good, especially the bottom right one. Work on more of the ones like the one in the middle bottom on the left page. ttyl!

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    Hey man. hand studies woohoo! the hands look a bit skewed, but don't fret too much. Hard subject to tackle, glad to see you working on them a bit.
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    The hands look good, don't know what you're complaining about . Great thing about hands is, you always have model right in front of you ... heh. Oh yeas, as for Philly trip ... sure, I got lots of time, just let me know. If you give me some warning, I might be able to bring a friend, he lives in King of Prussia .
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    Very intresting work here Pascallo! just keep drawing please, it would be a shame if you didnt continou with this.

    Keep it going, and Ill keep watching.

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    hey man, those architecture drawings and the hands are really great. not too much else to say, see you at the sketch group

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    This one looks great:
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1181705930

    Though I'm missing the top view. The work is crisper than few other drawings too. You are really starting to get a hang of architecture drawings
    Make a sketchbook happy, feed it a tip to improve!

    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=85628

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    @ChaoticKnight:
    Thanks Dude! yeah, those strange perspectives trouble me pretty much, gonna definitely work on that.

    @Sepulverture:
    Yeah dud, I wound give up!

    @BludHund:
    The hands are not that correct so far, but Im happy you like them already, gives me motivation to move forward. Thanks
    Yeah, if you come to philly, bring as many friends as you wish, your trip shall be worth it!

    @invinciblewombat:
    Thanks dude! See ya tomorrow

    @Pigeonkill:
    Thanks a lot man! yeah, its just a shame that the top is missing. Yeah, architecture does not trouble me any more, its getting boring though, so I start different things to mix em up.

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    yo dudes, here come some new drawings, some hands and people and one first humble sketch for a spaceship:

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    Hey good stuff! The hands are looking excellent. Ill have to see about that BBQ soon!

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    i really like the bottom hand on the second page, the watch in particular, you hit a great balance between adding enough detail to keep the viewer interested and having too much that makes it look busy and distracting. keep at it man.

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    awsome hands! the ship is cool to, though i think if you rendered it with harder values, sharper darks against sharper lights, it would look more metallic and less dull.
    see you soon mate!

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    Hey ChaoticKnight, invicniblewombat and JimB, thanks a lot! Have to do some weirder perspectives of hands soon. did not dare so far, but your encouraging me, thanks a lot!

    JimB:
    Your probably right about the spaceship, looks like a plastic kit so far. Hope to see you on thursday man!

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    Finally I managed to to a watercolor. Its my favorite place I tried to paint, but I am not sure if I can call it "done". So please let me know what you guys think, or you can go to the crit-thread http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=101360 and discuss with the hopefully plenty people that´ll give me good advices

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    Wow! The only thing I can see is some of the columns seem a bit rubbery. The color and everything seem great though!

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    @Chaoticknight
    Thanks man, yeah, some are not that straight, that might be the reason. I probably gonna try to fix that a bit.

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    Here are more hands and one fun-sketch that has a bad composition and weird and senseless elements, but it was just a sketch that wanted to be developed part by part, and this now is what turned out.

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    hey man, impressive improvement since my last visit!

    keep up with those studies, they are paying off.
    I really like that watercolor piece in post 147


    keep sharing!
    ciao

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