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    Book of Kman. Resurrected.

    ** January 18th 2009 ** - New stuff at the end of page 2


    New Book. Old one is here http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...ighlight=ksama

    Hands and feet homework for Drawing Class

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    incredible hands man, thanks for sharing.
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    nice studies
    that digital creature thing is awesome
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    Nice hand studies dude, doing some ref. from the masters i see. Draw your own hands and feet next(you better!)
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    Hey folks thanks for your comments. You're too good to me D':

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    Sup K. Some advice mate for your last piece, it suffers from some contrast issues, the values could be pushed a bit to make the character stand out. I think the abs are also overly defined and a little oddly shaped, little niggles here and there. The piece could also be presented possibly in a more interesting angle, a 3/4 perhaps? The shading has a nice feel to it though, very delicate touch. Keep practicing mate, you'll get a hang of it.
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    Thanks again for your crit sirio.

    Heres a little something I'm gonna start on tommorow.
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    Nice drawing. You going to go digital with that, or fine mediums? Cant wait to see how that turns out. Its interesting that theres an owl there, a third element to the pic.
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    I think it got a little messy x_x
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    Like the choise of sticking to an agle for shading mate. It is a bit sloppy but has a nice soft look to it.
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    Nice drawing. It kind of lacks a focal point though. It's obvious that the character in the foreground is probably the focal point, but the lighting doesn't do much to draw the eye to him.
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    Thanks for your comments guys.

    Sirio- Thanks, I pretty much always do shading at an angle, thanks to my drawing teacher.

    Sepulverture- Yeah I agree, I shoulda pushed the value in the bg a little bit more to help bring the character forward. Thanks for your comment.
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    Hey dude. You can't give up after only 12 posts! show us your wicked drawings, and keep 'em coming!
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