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    Nice sketchbook. Good improvement since the first page. Keep posting

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    update

    m0uS3r: thanks, ye they dont look finished i agree, purpose for them was to try getting an exact personality

    The Crazy Dude SRD: thanks man

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    some figure studies..

    btw, i finally understand blending option smudge in PS is pretty handy

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    ... nice sketches .. i can c a loot of emprovement .. keep it up

    cheers ... and thanks for stoping by oo and i updated the finished portrait

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    m0uS3r: thanks dude

    im making a portfolio because i want to work for a gamestudio.. so i needed at least one good piece to start of. i liked the concept with the tree and the snake, and i decided to do a complete remake of it. i think its much better then the previous version. but plz, comment anything bad about it. i spend a whole day on this one in the end only tweaking a little just took me sooo much time. i guess it takes experience to get it right inmediatly.
    the other sketch is an idea . i think im going to paint that one just like the tree piece, and put it in my portfolio

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    oooooooo yaaaa the one whit the forest its unfuckeble ... so nice dude a nice improvement .. keep it up

    cheers i updated the finished portrait if ya wanna c it

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    Nice stuff man in five pages you got alot of good stuff in here. keep it up.

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    dude great stuff, but just a suggestion...when you're drawing a portrait of someone else(i don't know how to say this), try to make it more proportional. like draw light lines of where the eyes,lips,ears,ect. should be. U get wut i'm saying? but anyways, nice.

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    m0uS3r: thanks homeboy. i saw yur portrait. nice stuff man respecttt dogg.
    Evxyza92: thanks man.
    RaistlinTheDark: you are right... i need to start with soft lines.. im not very experienced in portraits.

    well, monday i had my first lesson at the drawing school i start following this year. drawing 2 minute poses... with houtskool / crayon damn that was difficult!! 2 minutes is soo fast.. but you;re forced to draw in simple lines. its very good method to learn.. also the paper was big and we had to draw big, drawing from the shoulder... and so my coordination was pretty off from time to time.. just practice i guess...

    well, today i figured... to just forget all i learned and just DRAW!! hehe.. so this is the weird shit i come up with

    ps. the sketchbook paper sucks so hard.. after erasing an area the paper is shitty, so when i draw over it, it tends to get very messy/dark thick lines... bleeh!

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    Ooh, like the colors in the Snake/Tree pic and i luv the blade-hands guy in this latest update.. sweet 8)

    Look, see! Nifty art! http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=99803

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    Hey dude! Awesome that you go to that art school.. I've looked through their website and it's looking very nice!
    Why don't you start a book in studies & discoveries (or something like that) to post your drawings from art school? I'm very interested in them! And I think it could become an awesome book.

    Now about this book: I really like the updates, nice colours on the photoshop stuffs. On the game character a few posts back I think her right (our left) hand is too big, but for the rest I really like it! She really feels character like, you know, not too ideal and standard

    Well I gotta go now. Need to sleeeep
    I would realy like to see some academy work also ^^ pretty pleaase?

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    update

    AmontilladoAg: sthanks!!
    No: hey marleen, i will post some of them. but i really have to get used to drawing with houtskool.. and coordination from the shoulder is very awkward. so i got to get used to it before posting something, im embaressed how bad they look

    here's the finished piece, based of the sketch i uploaded earlier. please comment on something bad.. im trying to get good and finished stuff for my portfolio. someone else told me the tree piece were some contrast isues so i will fix that soon...

    EDIT: i made alot adjustments to this one... everything is tighter.. mirrorred the bridge as it should. took out the forground guys as they were compositionally imbalanced now the bridge has changed. and alot of tiny tiny things i cant tell now... i think im done im gonna sleep now

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    Nice one, I like all the stuff between those tubes, nice details.

    I dont have the feeling that those two guys in the front are higer then the other guys. You cloud solve this by repeating something on the higher and lower level. Maybe some piece of wire, technology from below and put it on the higher level a bit bigger...

    Also play a little more with light, shadows, etc..
    Those white dudes will have some slightly green light on their suites because the light will reflect from the ground onto them. And add more subtle colors to make the whole thing more pleasant to look at.

    Those guys would propably have some info in their suites too, some numbers maybe?

    those stairs in the back have pretty big steps for those people I think.

    Also if you want the floor to be reflective you could also put in the reflection of those lights. That will help alot.

    Hope this helps m8.

    Nice work so far!

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    nice work dude ... love ya updates a loot of progress at every one post keep it up

    cheers

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    UUUUmmmm....that pic of the lab impresed me,man!!!Creepy!!

    Keep drawing!!!You have got a great SB!!

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    Hey, sorry for the late response :/

    Anyways, I really like your enviros and there's also a noticeable improvement in your figure drawing. Great job

    I saw the lab picture in the critique forums and I never noticed that those figures in the tanks are huge until someone pointed it out and you said it was intentional... Creepy...

    Cheers!

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    I really love theold guy and the snake great lighting,
    Thanks very much for the advice.
    Keep posting,
    Cheers.

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    for my portfolio

    Epias: thanks dude, i took care of those things. i think about revisiting that piece again, tighting it up
    m0uS3r: thanks for checking my sb man, really appreciated.
    Camara: thanks dude, you have a great sb too
    The Whistler: thanks!
    Trip: no problem!

    this actually started out by adjusting the piece with the snake and the tree. now i adjusted it so much, there's nothing left of the original hahah.. but i really like it now... its so much easier doing nature instead of industrial stuff in ps, because it doesnt matter when things get a little curved. i used alot of reference too on this one (trees/colors/capes, lightbeams, etc)

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    uuu cool i like the last one ... forest of the faces ) nice

    i can start to feel the textures in your PS stuff nice work ... keep themm coming

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    hey thanx for peekin at my sb. your kind words are a much need fuel in the self-esteem engine. glad you appreciate my paintovers. Youve got some real color confidence that I envy and vision in your paints. And already I see some what of a style beginning to appear in your sketchbook.

    Never quit, and always look ahead at the next painting. take wat you learn and horde it. Its a long term investment.

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    update

    hey, i was inspired by james clynes dvd. some bad thumbs

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    reffed from a magazine madrid

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    Uhhh.. great ideas man
    And your skills are rising and rising.
    Keep it going, I'll be back for another look soon ;D

    - Jul

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    m0uS3r: thanks dude, facessss of the treesss
    OBX: thanks man, im glad i cheered ya up yeah, i will keep on drawing till im at a really decent level, somewhere im not even close at the moment...
    Autumnal Dream: thanks. cool that my skills rise

    concentrating on line quality and face/anatomy studies, all reffed except last

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    i like ur environment sketch . 132# post look great too !!!

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    Your progress is so impressive Gosu,

    I like the environment stuff that you recently posted.

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    shit you've improved tons man, kudos

    very nice enviros, and the sketches are getting better n better

    keep up the excellent work

    ciao

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    man, thanks guys, you really give me motivation to move on. thanks! i'll come back and check yall sketchbooks!

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    update

    some practicing on line quality, elipses (done tons of pages full of elipses excersises, not worth showing), and curves. trying to get very loose lines in first, then to trace them with a very smooth curve.. some lines are very difficult to hit. also practice line drawings with ink.. i think ink is very difficult for me now, so first i want to master the pencil

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    update

    hey guys, i've got a full time job now as an assistent (urban) designer at an urban design company (stedenbouwkundig bureau). now i can earn some bucks so thats good on the other hand, i will have far less time to draw

    i bought a top notch book with anatomy photo's (deep core shadows of muscles etc) really expensive (45 euro) but it's worth every penny.. very happy with the book. it has these overlay transparentpages that show where all the bones go. very handfull. did my first studies here to share with yall..(last 3)

    im concentrating on sweet linequality.. i feel i get better at smooth and slick lines. plz comment for tips etc

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    Those thumbnails look pretty sucessful to me! Good updates, and I still love the forest piece...nice to see it moved to your SB

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