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    Studies, monologues, and pity updates....(15/08) [crits much appreciated]

    Hello! This is my first post on CA (I wanted to post for a long time,but always got scared when I saw the works of the others and then mine.... ).
    Anyways, I am 16 years old (turned 17 few days ago DX ) and I have been drawing "seriously" for about 2 years.(seriously - trying to draw from life,study anatomy and the stuff around.....well,as much as seriously as a 15 yr old can )

    Crits much much welcome!


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    Pretty cool stuff I'm digging the anime look.

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    Great stuff man! i like the last one the most, the hand looks a bit to big thou
    Keep posting dude!

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    Update,woo-hoo

    Well finally my scanner is working again!! X__X

    Anyways, here are some new things (some of them are a bit old...but Im thinkng of re-drawing them)

    AAAnd thanks for the two replies! I didnt expect even that XD


    1.pic - is the newest, done out of boredom....(20 min)
    2. - this one took me a while, drawn and shaded only with a mechanical pencil (it was hell)(3-4 hrs)
    3. Ive tried a caricature....and I have failed XD (15 min)
    4. Im not even sure what it is...at first it was supposed to be a geisha,than kabuki player, than a transvestite and in the end...something from everything D: (15 min)
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    studies & crap

    some older studies from my sketchbook.....sorry for the messiness, but the pics got a bit smudged

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    Some more pics (concepts and more studies hopefully will come soon)

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    Damn that Geisha is ugly- she looks like she can fight though!!! Haha. I like the style that you drew her. Actually, all your stuff looks pretty cool. I really dig the classical/life studies.

    My only critique so far is your first pic of the anime chick with the striped stockings- her weightlessness bugs me for some reason. I think it works well with the other women but for some reason it looks unintentional in this first drawing.

    Other than that- just keep posting.
    "Afraid not of none of you cowards but of my own strength"


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    LateNiteHype - haha, thanks, yeah, that geisha is actually a man (and was supposed to look a bit....ugly)

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    Hey you've got some good drawing skills...which will improve a lot if you continue the way you are...all your studies are promising...just keep at it!!!!!!

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    hey panda, thats some really nice work here. i`m sure if you keep drawing you will improve fast... i`m lookin forward to see more!

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    Nice studies, all I'll I can say is that if you're this good at such a young age and you keep at it you'll be sure to become a fantastic artist!

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    It's nice to see some classical studies. I love the one of the bust. That drapery must have taken a long time!! Post some more!
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    Hey man, good start for sure. Keep doing them anatomy sketches and draw much from life. I recommend Burne Hogarths books, I love them. Also coo that you study some of the old masters, Michelangelo etc. They sure earned the word "master". The heads in your last post looks a bit odd, again, Burne Hogarth! See if you can find Drawing The Human Head, got everything from different headshapes and proportions to anatomy and facedetails.

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    Prophet - thanks, I will

    lema - thanks

    Sarcophagus - thanks, Ive got those books and theyre great!

    Shobunkin - yeah, it was hell sometimes, but I enjoyed it overall

    Chermilla - thanks

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    okay, back from holidays, time for some old studies


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    (hand study, Jack Hamm)
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    (this sucks....photo ref of one statue, but now I see how I ... messed up the proportions
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    (aand my firts attempt on some serious male chara design)
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    Please visit my - My SketchBook - Critiques more than welcome!

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    hopefully its ok to post pics like these.....

    paintings from my "art class" , mostly temperas, but on the next lessons Im finally going to use oils! cant wait to try them out!


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