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    Good stuff here. I reacted to what you wrote about using as many lines as possible and avoiding gestures. It just seemed wrong. I noticed that you have already addressed this issue and that you did it for practice purposes. That is interesting. I have not thought about those kinds of exercises before. Perhaps they are beneficial. Regardless of what approach you used the figures turned out very good.

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    Thanks for stopping by my SB man, really appreciate the advice. Cheers! and keep rocking it.

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    Great SB!

    Love the fox/turtle/mouse! Very creative and fun to look at.

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    Awesome little creatures/characters, I like them a lot. I like the zbrush model too, pretty good sculpting. But... (And Feel free to tell me to stuff it) The enviros are nice as well, but they feel a little flat. It may be intentional, from what I can tell it seems that the values are to contrasted a bit too quickly, making the eye flow a bit too jagged. Atmospheric perspective is also helpful in this case, making the object far away (back in the horizon) blend together with a soft brush so they don't become to prominent helps. Keep us updated!!

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    Hey mate,
    thanks for commenting my SB. Yeaaa, I will continuing my studies and I will updating more. I think it is the right way in order to get better and I love it if anyone commenting my work.
    I try to do more picture of gestures and poses of the human body and maybe there will be sometime a animal or anything else.


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    awesome sketchbook and great gesture work!

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    The works just keep on coming! Ha! Looks good, man. I especially love the 3D work. ZBrush stuff always gets me excited. Did you do the textures? If I were to have any suggestions for it I'd say to go ahead and bake in a bit more lighting into that bad boy. Don't be afraid to paint deeper shadows stronger highlights. It can really help sell the texture even with the use of normals later. The sketchbook work is coming along too! Great starts to those paintings and anatomy studies! Keep bringing the good stuff.

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    hey your anatomy is starting to be surprisingly correct & sharp, have to start drawing myself as well those naked nakedies

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    It's been a wile since I posted anything. Actually since this year started, I almost didn't draw anything beacuse my clases were getting more and more difficult and I had to read a lot, so I didn't had much time...
    But I did DID, at least a FEW things.
    Here are all of them (this are just the docs I saved).
    You'll see that I been practicing more the work with the figure, I'm getting better and faster.
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    five characters

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    hey Lenon,thank you for drop by my SB......wooo……Amazing work!I like your zbrush works and environment, that line works are also nice ,keep the great works up! I will come back.

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    that tutrtle and fox crack me up. Love those fish designs too! Great sketchbook!

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    WHoa fucking nice LINES

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    Hey Lennon I was trolling around Sulphur's sketchbook and saw your little tutorial about painting under and over lines, it was great help cheers for that! Also your SB is looking pretty damn awesome your lines have lots of energy and you can tell you have fun doing them haha.

    Do you ever take 2D sketches into Z brush and render them out 3D at all?


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    sup lennon, really digging them loose line sketches, really nice free flowing lines!

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    Really nice work here, really like that top enviro. Also very nice creature/character sketches.

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    Great improving since your first post here! Really nice works! Especially love your cartoon characters! Keep it up!

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    nice sketches man, that guy with the boob eyeballs made me laugh. Cheers.

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    WOW! Awesome sketchbook. I love all your character designs.

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    great variety, love this sketchbook!

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    Yeah i second Yor on variety. Your SB is exciting! Love especially the line-work and the coloring of the "strangling-man" piece. And that "balloon octopus", lol, does it wish to fly? I don't see the man with boobie eyes though



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    Lovely SB here, love the solid lines, creatures and animals you do. Very pleasing to my eyes HAHAH and nice tity-eyed man

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    Great work here - those creatures in particular are absolutely amazing.

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    Thanks to everyone for posting!!!!

    And now:
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    Quote Originally Posted by fudgeloaf View Post
    Do you ever take 2D sketches into Z brush and render them out 3D at all?
    Yes, a few times, one of the zbrush sculpture in the first page, the guy with a long and thin face was first a drawing. It´s not dificult, but it seems easier to me to work directly in ZB without a previous drawing. I should practice more though.

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    Thanks for popping into my sketchbook man! always like seeing your stuff. I am a bit confused on what the 'horse' is though. Whatver it is it suuuure is purrdy.

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    sup lennon, me likes the geometric shapes of the horse, looking forward to that one developed!!

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    I'm really digging your character designs! You push shapes in some really interesting ways, and all of your figures have a liveliness to them, even in the looser sketch stages. I like the gesture/figure sketches as well; even with the rougher ones your knowledge of composition and silhouette really comes through.

    Is the horse in your most recent one the rough stage for a more finished model, or are you going to keep it like that? Because I really like the style of it. You get a sense of the movement of the horse without details to clog up the form. It's like a carousel horse in the world of Tron. I'd love to see more figures/animals rendered that way.

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    wow, i like the blob, the fighting scene, and the octopus. Simply amazing.

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    Your imagination human drawings are allways really nice, showing good form of space, you could update little more often though...

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