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    tight doodles. but really... shouldn't you be taking notes in class instead of drawing? jk!

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    oh shit. that's tight. lots of energy. u know, i used to draw in a style similar to yours - where i tried to draw form instead of just lines so it ended up looking very messing, but ppl encouraged me to work in a cleaner neater style. but now u inspired me to revisit that intensive pen energy style again. thanks.

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    Thanks Hypo. Yeah, I know what you mean, I've gotten caught up in that insecurity before about not being clean enough w/ my work. But ultimately, in my opinion, as far as raw drawing goes, the looser the better.

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    Don't let anybody change your style......but learn how to do other stuff as well just incase a client wants a certain style for something you won't be so niche'

    but yeah, great work....wish i could sketch that well......love the forms

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    well, yeah, to put it in context, it all depends on what you're going for. these drawings were just to augment some 3d work i submitted to a company, just to show I had traditional art skill and knowledge of the figure. if my goal was to be a professional concept artist, then I would be sure to develop my ability to draw clean lines. but even then, that is something that is more of an editing process and can be handled many ways. the initial drawing phase for me would still be loose and organic.

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    *bump*

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