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    Facial expressions are not that difficult once you realize that they are just mechanical principals. Just learn the muscles of the face and study wich are responsable for what expression. Good luck!


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    Hi Swendly

    You have a great SB! Your pencil drawings and anatomy studies are looking really good. I especially like your animal studies, really nice.

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    Hey mate thought i would pop in and have look at your stuff. My fave is your second last gestural studies you did a great job concentrated on the simple action keep it up. I'm no expert but i noticed in your color study that it is all warm tones with not much cold tones you should research about Color Temperature or maybe check out this DVD " Workshop - Practical Light and Color" it has a great explanation about it.
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    Thanks for the kind words I'll have a look at your stuff soon.

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    Thanks for the crit on the colors. I didn't really see any cool tones in my reference yet. Maybe because I put A LOT of work into her face. In the next session I'll pay more attention to that. Oh and I already got that DVD it's really great.

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    realy like UR study , like UR scratch >>>>>>>>>>>>> wow
    can't wait to see more


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    Thanks teena, I'll post more very soon.

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    Great stuff! Love the vehicle / ship in the post #32 - first image.

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    Thanks. It was for a school assignment. We had to design a vehicle that could ride, fly and sail. It has been long since I did a technical drawing. I'll have to do more studies on that area and improve the design of the vehicle.

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    Hey dude :] im so happy about ur post, thanx alot ill get this books soon, i guess. hope u keep watching
    btt: u've awesome pencil drawings, i like them alot. plz, never give ur pencil out of ur hand ;]

    best wishes made

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    Good to see you got something out of it. Pencil drawings is my strenght I think. I'll keep an eye on your sb.

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    Dude, like i said, awesome stuff. I love your studies and your pencil handling is great. The only thing I've got to say that sometimes your figures need to loosen up a little. Just like in the seminar, you try to build things up a little bit too much with geometrical figures. But then again... awesome stuff. And yes, I'm gonna watch Vilppu!

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    Thanks for the crits. It all depends on what I'm doing. When I'm analyzing my subject I use simple forms to build it up. That way when I need to do a looser drawing I can remember the structure better and don't need to use many cunstruction lines. Sometimes I get to carried away with the construction indeed and my design suffers a little bit. That's why I'm doing a lot of gesture drawing lately.

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    Here's a main character I'm working on for a game at school. I still need some information from the game designer in order to finish this chick. First I did some studies from Vilppu's manual and the net to get more familiar with bird anatomy, then I proceded to the thumbnails and after that I combined 3 of them into the final design. Right now I'm working on the wings because those are going to be her main weapon.

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    Wicked improvement Swen. Loving the way you handle perspective. What I'm dying to see is some of those human figure studies in perspective. Overall, massive improvement and
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    oo oo go bird 6 on this page he looks like a uptight swanky snob awesome!! .http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1205378016

    good stuff man i cant wait till i get over the form learning stage and into designing.Keep posting!!!.

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