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    Another die hard sketch fan. Your anatomy studies are bloody impressive specially your ones for hands, jeez i have a loooong way to go on my sketch book in that department. Anyway, heres to your prospects for further improvement and success!

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    cool sketch book envisor, sorry about my delayed reply.
    But as ur sketch book is so good i would've dropped by sooner or later ne ways haha. yeh I love the figure drawings man and it's female figure drawings too, my favourite
    keep up the good work man, hope to see more soon.

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    Wake101- Thx for the comments.
    Blade-14- Not really sure what you mean, your sketchbook is awesome. Thx man.
    duck king- Thx for coming by. Ill have to check out your SB, its been a while since ive been there.

    Heres the redu of the character for the two best friends that are sent into a new dimension. Also a portfolio piece. I know it has way too much detail in it. Couldnt hep it.

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    You mention that your going digital soon. I bet you will quickly improve in that area just has you did with your pencil skills.

    Cant wait for those digis

    keep it up man!

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    I'd have to say your linework is much stronger now. In fact that was the first thing that jumped out at me, which is damned good considering my last comment ~2 weeks ago was suggesting that you work on your lines.

    You're a quick learner.

    On your latest picture, the redo of the sword/goggles guy, one critique that I have is something was lost in his face in the transition.

    In the latest drawing he looks kinda dumb, actually. I think it's because you tried to render his teeth individually (that's how it looks to me, at least), which makes it look like he's biting on his lower lip.

    Sometimes it's best to leave certain details out and let the viewer fill in the gaps. In this case, keeping the interior of the mouth as a blank white space (like in the old sketch) would have worked better. Of course, in a close up profile you'd want to render the teeth, but as you zoom further out some details should be lost.

    Also the left side of the face looks flat, I think the eye socket should sink in further.

    The rest of him, however, looks superb. Very nice rendering. I can also see that your hand studies are paying off, they fit on him perfectly.

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    AK86- Thx AK, its actually going to be a little while before the digitals, need to get photoshop again, and a tablet, I could probably wait on the tablet tho.
    Anid Maro- Thx man, Yeah he does look kinda dumb in the latest. I have to fix the other details as well. Thanks for pointng those out. I noticed that i lost the face in that one also. Ive got to fix that one.

    Heres another character from the same universe. havent named them yet.

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    i like your last character, is more defined and readable than the other...also nice design in the clothes...
    keep it up...

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    Good refinement on that chara with the sword. Don't ever worry about too much detail. If you're into designing characters you need to pay attention to details. Can't have one scene where a character has a scar and the next he/she doesn't Your're doing great keep those wild characters coming!

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    DIMAGYAN- Thx man, I really getting into these characters and the story.
    darkchild- Thx, and will do.

    Woke up bored this morning, and decided to do some figures.

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    Quickies with quick shading. About 3 min each.

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    And a male figure study.

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    Head shot of a character Im working on.

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    Wow, here we talking progress!
    Thumbs up to your great work envisor! Really fun to see!

    Keep it up and cheers for the comment!

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    Good work with the quick figure studies! I can't wait to see the rest of that concept head But I'm still waiting for the longer figure/anatomy studies. I want to see a figure with the same amount of time and details like recent hand study Keep up the great work!

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    Dile- Thx for encouraging comment. Yes cheers to your comment as well.
    darkchild- Thx man, I still need to get a longer figure study for my portfolio too. I'll put that last character in there also. Ill do my best on the figure study, Ive got to find one that has some interesting lighting to it.

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    Got tired of drawing the same pose, so I tried something more dynamic, and when I thought of dynamic, I thought skateboarding.

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    Hey, thanks for the SB comment. Those Bridgeman hand studies are looking dope. I've got the book too and can't wait to start (must get through Vanderpoel first, you see). You ever find the Loomis books you were looking for?

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    dodus- Thx for stopping by and for the comments. I need to check out Vanderpoel too. Mr Man gave me a link to where I could download them for free.

    Heres a pre sketch for a werewolf piece im working on for my portfolio. Sorry for the crappy scan and for the stupid pose of the wolf.

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    I like

    I like the skateboarders, esp. the upside down one. You do a good job of keeping things in proportion while indicating movement, something I wish I was a bit better with.

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    Nice work with the skater and the werewolf. I like them all. But need to add some more highlights and darken them up as well. Remember, details, details!! That werewolf should be sporting some awesome fur. If you want to have some interesting light, think of him at night with a hard light from one direction and a soft from the other. Good luck with that one!

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    Teh Gosu- Thx
    Jeffrey Rizzles- Thx man, Ive been working on getting the proportions right.
    darkchild- Thx man, the werewolf was just a quick sketch for the actual piece, just trying to get the shape right and the way thaty want it to look. Im posting the actual pice right now.

    Heres the Werewolf piece that Im working on, not finished yet. But Im liking the way the fur is turning out.

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    Very nice update, I like the expression of this werewolf, good job!
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    i like te wolf, the values are better...very good...
    i want to see it finished...

    have fun...

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    Yes, the latest wolf is working much better! And nice lines in the values. ^_~

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    Dreamworker- Thx man.
    DIMAGYAN- Thx, be finished later today.
    naomiful- Thx, be working on the values more.

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    Hey buddy... Looking good amigo... I think the shading is coming along.. I think that the real important thing to always remember when your rendering is that good rendering takes time... I dont care who you ask.. here are a few artists here that have amazingly rendered drawings and thy will tell you that it takes tons of tim and patience to get good rendering down right. Also, remember that its progression. Your working in pencil which is vastly different from working in pen like myself where the process for rendering is slightly skewed. When rendering with the pencil being able to erase allows the artists a bit of comfort knowing that they can pull out the light spots just by dabbing the eraser. Ultimately you should always aim to work around those lights spots so that its keeps your light source focused..

    The warewolf is coming out really good.. I like his pose which I personally would not add to. It looks really good as is right now... i would draw your light source somewhere on the page typically somewhere on the edge of the page just so that you have a visual guide as to where the light is hitting. Remember that light travels around the forms. Therefore if the forms are round the rendering should take on the same shape/stroke. The hardest part isnt necessarily knowing if the form is round, flat or some weird squiggly line rather then in what direction the stroke should have. You can render a curved muscle either going "upwards" on the curve or "downwards" You will notice that both will give you a different direction in movement... This is where anatomy and knowing what the muscles are actually doing in tht particular movement is important. Also, you should make note that not every muscle needs to be super defined... The most realistic rendered drawings are typically the ones where you have these instense buldging parts along with their subtle counter parts.

    On rendering hair. Just a tip... Think of hair in tems of volume. When creating a full head of hair or in this case a body ingulfed in hair you have to remember that your are creating hair on a three dimensional object or character. This is the ultimate goal of someone who is rendering out forms. Keeping that into consideration theres a certain depth that needs to be established when fiddling with hair. Its a bit tricky to get right but, your light source is a very important factor here as well. Those highlights in the hair will allow you to manage that optical illusion that there is hair in front of hair... Also, take into consideration that the hair furthest from the eye is going to be more blurred then the ones closest. The ones closest to the eye sholuld be more sharply defined.

    Well, I hope some of his makes sense.. If you have any qiestions feel free to ask anytime.. Rendering is probably the only topic I can give some sane advice on.. Good luck...

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    vigostar- thx for the lengthy and very educating reply. Im going to do more on the werewolf after reading this.

    Heres the finished piece, Ill probably tweak it a little more before putting it in my portfolio. I've got to send it out tommorrow. That means ive got creat about 3 more pieces tonight. Im up to it.

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    Dude,that werewolf is awesome!Now normally I'd give a crit but I suck at rendering so anything I say would probably be for the worst.So I'll just leave you a with a 'keep it up' and an asspat.*pats ass*

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    Hey, I really liked the way this werewolf turned out. I think you did a good job on the muscles and structure of it. One crit I might add is that it seems to me his right leg is turned out at a sharp angle. Other than that, it looks pretty sweet.

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