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    Crazy Dude: Thanks, I'll try that.

    Sorry, it has been too long in my opinion that I posted here... Drawings from mind and life drawings.
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    I still like Bridgman and a ballpoint life drawing I found back from last week or so.
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    Awesome. In the first couple of posts I didn't like the stylisation too much, but you've improved so much since you started posting this, it's unreal. Inspiring stuff! Especially those clothing fold studies.
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    Kyethn: Glad you like my current work.

    One of a series of the cloth studies i'm going to do. I'm collecting various cloth advertisements as reference. Here's some boots.
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    Some fighting special effects doodles and lifedrawing (rotting banana's!).
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    Great idea with the cloth studies, Good luck with that , looks good sofar.
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    Thanks Daraf, hopefully tomorrow some of them. Here's some good old anatomy studies. I ignored those for a while.
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    Some referenced drawing studies I did today. The animal skeleton is based from Moai's mentor topic, which I find helpful.
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    I like your progress. Many artists are afraid to draw different things, I think your on the right track. I like your anatomy studies, that is the best way to learn the human form next to lifedrawing, keep it up
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    Lawnboy: Thanks, I agree about drawing many different things. It's not always the most fun to draw, but I think a good illustrator should be able to draw everything. At least decent and believable.

    Arm study and some thumbnail sketches for a illustration I want to work serious on.
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    Did'nt do really much today for my drawing studies, but here's some hand practice from my own hand.
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    Incredible studies! Everything looks so well rendered.

    I think you have a great grasp of rendering! Your cloth studies are going exceptionally well. As well as your anatomy studies.

    About the only critique I can offer, and this is completely from my opinion and personal, but I could get into anime, just never really liked drawing it personally. But like I said, it's your personal style and there is nothing wrong with that at all. <hides!>

    Anyway, all-in-all great sketchbook and I can't wait to see more!
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