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    More of the same ....crap.

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    Shapes, this was fun.

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    Thumbs and an update on the viking.

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    now that's a sketchbook! you have a grat sense of colour, light and form, especially if it comes to landscapes and simple shapes. you need to work more on human figure and animals tho. the viking looks flat and undefined for example. try to draw a whole figure and realize its volume before you "dress" the chacacter.
    i'd also like to see something polished from you. quickies are great and full of energy, but patience training is also important.

    did i say that i'm in love with your use of light?

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    Thanks malpanka, it helped! ....I think D:

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    Smoke's sketchbook

    Hands are fubar, I know.

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    are u a nature lover

    your work is great. it looks from your work that u live somewhere very close to nature. there is a great sense of lights in your work. u have been able to observe lights very carefully and have successfully brought it down on paper. good work. keep going. all the best.

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    You should try using shorter, softer strokes when drawing...

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    Keep up the good work you got going. When drawing from refferance constantly look at the reff and check the drawing. Draw what your eye sees and try to avoid too much time with you head staring strait at you paper while drawing.
    "Good composition is sort of like pornography. You know it when you see it. "



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    Hello Smoke!

    I started at an art school recently, and I've been instructed to avoid outlines, just rendering out the form instead. So let's experiment! Draw something, at first without using any outlines. Just block in the whole object as a silhouette, lightly. Gradually refine the tone.

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    I think you should stick with your long, bold strokes, or better yet, try sketching more with pen only. You'll develop a more confident line, and get rid of those unsure, short strokes you'd see in an amateur piece.
    you make me want to buy a skull and draw it.

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    Thanks for the advice and critique everyone, I'll put it into practice and hopefully you'll see some improvement in my next pencil crapping.

    For now though, a few farts.

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