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    I love specially the last one.


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    I really like the facial anatomy layout of the girl--very well done. And of course--love the dragon

    I remember Magic! I was never good at it, though
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    I really love seeing observational studies and I love seeing those location sketches of yours. Hope you are fresh and inspired now that you are back from your trip! Keep drawing dude

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    DIIZZZAMMMMNNNN MAN the DRAGOON AN THE Bougeureau study ARE FREAK'N AMAZE'N AN THE DEMON GIRL IS HOTT!!!!!!!

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    Really great stuff man!!! It's rare seeing manga/anime stuff on CA. It's refreshing weeeee!!!

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    Love the cartoon studies in you last update. Guess I'm just a sucker for that stuff.

    Dragon (wip?) pic looks killer, too.
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    beautiful drawings and photos from alaska! must´ve been an awesome trip!

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    jigje For that study I just squint and block in the colors. If I get stuck on a feature I can always, by measuring angles, add constructionslines, or flip the canvas to double check stuff.
    towy Thanks, I hope I can apply better line work on more of my concept work and not just studies.
    Bendragon It was a fun trip. I only wish I could draw faster, missed out on a lot of other fun spots too. But I'm still happy I went.
    Grandmassa Mr. Spect Thanks man. I'll keep up the studies. Bougeureau always gives me inspiration.
    Dy.laneA Let's make conceptart.org the #1 anime site on the planet... *Runs from the angry mob* Just kidding. It's nice to see anime as well as more traditional art.
    p sage The dragon painting was speed paint for me. I was about to call it a day, but then I got more great feedback. I have to rework the whole thing now, down below.
    Flaskpost alaska was great...I think I ate too much on top me sitting still while drawing made me gain 3.5 pounds! haha. I'm back home and I lost 2 pounds so far...I better do more sit ups.

    I finalized the Bougeureau study a bit more. Random tree drawing. Dragon bone anatomy study, I got stuck a bit while painting. It helped a bit. Below is the rework of the drawing painting. In the W.I.P section I got nice feedback on a more dramatic composition as well as super tips on dragon anatomy. I'm still struggling with the new painting but I'll try several more passes to bring it to life.

    Fairy in a sundew plant
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    Is dat sum master study? Looking good.

    There's a lot of movement in the medieval dragon pic, too.
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    Nice portrait and I always love the dragons I am curious about the middle piece with the trees. Is that a logo or a study?
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    Wow... didn't see the New Bondage Fairy pic in there before ... (is that Pfil?)

    Looking great.
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    In the dragon pick I think it would add alot of depth to the image if we were very close to the knight. It would read more that he was the hero to me as well, that he is important. Right now he's on the same level as those two womenz running away, pfft.

    Nice bondage fairy that's an interesting speices of flower. Color it?

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    that Bougeureau study is awesome. inspired me a bit. i´m gonna have to do a master study myself!
    about the situps though, do crunches instead, much better for your back.

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    p sage Yup that's my finals study of Bougeureau. The fairy was some random drawing. Though I think I know what you are talking about...haha.
    anjyilI was going to use the trees in new web layout. But I'm not sure if it reads a "tree" clearly enough and too distracting for some.
    Dy.laneA Here is the new closer up version of the dragon and knight. Whew took more willpower to give it another go, but I learned a bunch. Bondage fairy must be popular. I probably won't be coloring it though XD
    Flaskpost I'll probably be doing more studies of him in the future too...now that you mention it. My back is a bit sore...I better take your advice and do crunches instead. At least I got my weight back to normal before the trip. I still dream of those yummy buffets...

    Finally finished the dragon painting with more action. I had a lot of great tips. I watched a Syn Mead video, he is pretty awesome. I was drawing along with my left hand and liked how he drew his trees. Nude study in progress. I'm determined to get better at flesh tones.

    Thanks for all the comments
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    Liking the dragon piece! Nice swooping composition! Erm... you were drawing with your left hand?!?! You are right handed right (heh I noticed a stupid pun there )?

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