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    Hey man,
    Your lines are getting there. Keep on exploring. When you start shading, i would really stick to planes. Learn them asap, so you can more easily know where to start and where to go. Think more of planes, instead of spots.
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    DanielC thanks a lot for your advice

    to keep daily updated even a small sketch of an egg with a man face is good ( not good enough tough xD )
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    need to practice environments as well, after watch Whit's ( aka Mr.Blonde ) video ( which is freaking awesome xD ), made me realize how much stuck i was on characters ^^; well need to pratice all ( enviro, characters, creatures ... Worlds! )

    crappy doodles...
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    a couple more before i go, that weird face was inspired from an African mask =o
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    bah environments are kicking my ass seems the simple it is the harder it gets >< oh well .... pencil stuff soon
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    cool update, like the wicked mouth in post 316. And the nice compositionm you managed to create with the plants in the same post... You should keep at doing environements directly in color , the ones you did are great. Its always better to start with a background color close to the ambient color of your environement and work from that with silhouettes and mass of colorl.. then you pick up a lightsource/direction for your sun or whatever light it is , and start having fun from there =) The environement in 304 with the rock is great... it got a nice ambient light going on, i like the little blue you added on the rocks, it feels like a clouddy day because the sun light is kinda dimmed, you should try to do another version with a strong sunlight. And im still jealous of your lines.. ;P
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    WhiteC thank you pal! man DONT BE jealous of my lines, they still suck, but on of my best advices was lift the pen/pencil as less as i need

    well an fast small pencil sketch... just to keep the promise i did to myself, update everyday!
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    cool stuff dude! watch your heads though, some look a little misplaced, keep in mind the construction (skull, muscles) when sketching them. really like the octo page a couple of posts back and the plant sketches look great.

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    I like this one http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1212788787

    The lines are really cool on the hands, lace, the bow, and the scroll of the cello
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    krossj thx u sir! now u mention it, u so right, how could i be sooo blind!? ;_; damn, more anatomy + figures drawings really soon, in order to getting it right! thxs again man!

    nonie thxs you, means a lot coming from you cuz u rock! xD

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    nice speedy callops, you should give it a few more hours, it would greatly bvenefit from a few strong specular highlight to get that slimy feeling, it would also be a good opportunity to study how reflection works to create speculars on slimy surfaces strong speculars where the light reflects to us, and usually bright contours because the surface is reflective. I really like the composition of the picture, dont know why but wide canvas always look better than square ones hhehe. Thanks for commenting my SB btw, its really motivating !! Keep it up , where r u from by the way ?
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    Hi call0ps, I see you have been busy, nice work.
    I would like to see you take a little further the digi stuff, it looks promissing but I think you give up too soon.
    keep it up.
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    ei ei mate ur alive great improvement here !!!
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