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    Cherrytastic sketchyness!

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    Welcome to CA. Great pics thus far. The only critique that I have is to do some life drawing, figure studies, and anatomy studies. Trust me, thy will definitley help you to push your art to the next level. Keep posting.

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    Envisor- thanks! i think figure studies and anatomy will really improve my art it's one of my weak points. looked through your sketchbook too, very nice indeed, lovin the werewolves. did try to post a thanks on your thread but my computer has decided not to play nice tonight!
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    I think your art is really good. I especially like the first one. Post more!
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    Zombie dla-thanks very much! don't worry there'll be more where that came from!
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    Here's a couple of colour pics i did last week, my first outing with photoshop and artrage. the first one is not finished and needs her arm and wings redoing i reckon. the second one was done totally on the computer and to be honest looked awful until i played around with some filters in photoshop, now it's at least just about bearable to look at
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    Touche, I can also see your sketch book is also going to be interesting to watch as well, can't wait for you to go through some anatomical training and redo you first pic. I'll tell you what, I've been drawing since christams and I don't think I would've come as far as I have if I had not been reading practicing and studying, looking at other sketchbooks, reading the solid advice given.

    At first I wanted to draw, now I want to be an artist as well, I love the last picture, and wow, you can do stuff like that in photoshop, so cool. Well, hope you had a great weekend.

    looking forward to seeing morew good and even greater work
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    These last posts look great man. Cant wait to see the finished pieces. Keep up the good work. Much lovin dude!
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    The first thing that popped into my head is that your bodies can use more consistency. Keep studying and keep posting mate.
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    Geldslaw-don't worry, that first pic is top of the list for re-working
    Envisor- Thanks! i'm glad you liked the last posts, i'm getting to grips with photoshop slowly so more colour work should be forthcoming.
    Jeri-i think i know what you mean, it's something i'm hopefully gonna rectify soon, i'm currently going through a book by Giovanni Civardi called Drawing human anatomy, a few runs through this should at the very least get me on the right track.
    i'll be posting the work as i go through the book, so keep your eyes peeled guys!!
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    Page 2 of Giovani Civardi's Drawing Human Anatomy

    Well, not sure whats happened to page 1 but heres page 2 of the book i'm working through. Starting off with facial expressions and wrinkles.
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    what book is that, I love the impression each drawing gives, good stuff. It's inspiring to see you producing good work. I'm working through a couple of books at the moment, not because it sounds clever but because each one covers what I need in different ways.

    There are no shortcuts but some authors are better at explaining some particular subjects better than others. I'm looking at Loomis - figure drawing for what its worth and Hogarth anatomy in motion I think, and Giovanni Civardi from whom I'm just about done with the basic stage of head studies.

    I'll say this, doing anatomical studies is as important as building a house on solid ground, anything else is like building on quicksand. For me that is, I could appreciate all the great sketchbooks but I noticed a pattern with anyone who did anatomy their postings just got better and could see why but not appreciate it till I tried it myself.

    hope to see some more of your wonderful drawings, great start with the heads. I can say one thing about this site, its addictive and I come here to relax but then leave wantign to go and do more studies or drawings lol
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    check out my sketch book
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...eldslaw:yayca:

    check my friends site
    Finlay http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=86333

    Duck_King - http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...ight=duck_king
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    Cow

    it is addictive isn't it? i find myself on it for most of the night. it's inspiring to see so many great artists in one place. check out the character of the week an creature of the week, some awsome art crops up there. i've entered both this week for a bit of practice but doubt if i'll even get to the poll. but i'll get better an one day i might win!*starts praying for alot of extra talent*my entry for C.O.W is below
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