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    Atomic number 10 sketchbook

    Thought it was time for an own sketchbook.
    Sorry no scanner...

    Crits very welcome.
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    Great start, might just want to enlarge those three smaller pages a bit. Keep it up.

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    Try doing some figures which take up a full page -this will give you an opportunity to explore detailing different parts of the body. I like the sketch of the woman painting the sculpture.

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    Nigel: Ill post bigger pics from now on...
    softocean: Thats my problem I always end up drawing to small.

    Some more pics

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    Lo, good skulls and colour work keep me posted heh

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    Some more stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flynn
    Lo, good skulls and colour work keep me posted heh
    I like the voodoo doll at the top too.

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    The skull reading is really cool. Form studies are good! keep posting

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    Hey, cool stuff. I especially like the skulls and the octopus. I want to see more

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    Hi, those things are great, i like the octopus but the reading skeleton is the best, keep posting those studies!

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    Ha, glad you all like those colorstudies. Still have tons of that colorballs... unfortunately I tend to mess it up when it gets more than just colored balls.

    I just think too much in lines.

    Also happy that you share my likes for voodoo, bones and fish.
    So, some new 's and other stuff.
    Still trying to get a grasp color. At the moment I dont really know what Im doing but some things turn out..usable...

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    Also tried some Acryl.

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    Nice line work on the skulls and gilr in the hoodie. Would love to see more posted to get a better feel for your work.

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    finally some new stuff

    Some traditional work...

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    Some more figuredrawing

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    So, its time for the annual update!
    I'll just throw in some of my stuff.

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    The annual update, huh? Looks great
    Who needs holidays? I've been missing the drawing class right from the day they started.

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    Good start, some nice lines in the b&w sketches!

    Keep posting.

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    Thanks for your comment in my sketchbook. I like yours really too! The stone sketch is really cool. For me it's hard to paint some stones without many lines :,( Any advices on that? It's hard to "understand" stones i think.

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