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    Aladdin's sketch book

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    real great characters, looks like the slightly improved version of my style of drawing about 2-3 years ago ^^ i swear its like looking back into my sketchbooks. r u perhaps russian or armenian. anyway im having a real hard time posting my pictuers up since im a noob to this website so if u can tell me wat to do or were to look for info it wud b greatly appreciated

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    Amazing work! I love your line, very clean. Keep it up!

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    Good stuff! I really like your perspective perceptions and interpridations, perhaps something you picked up from training as an architect? I haven't seen enough of your characters to make a judgement but they look very clean and well constructed (proportionally) to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SEVAK
    real great characters, looks like the slightly improved version of my style of drawing about 2-3 years ago ^^ i swear its like looking back into my sketchbooks. r u perhaps russian or armenian. anyway im having a real hard time posting my pictuers up since im a noob to this website so if u can tell me wat to do or were to look for info it wud b greatly appreciated


    thanks for the support man i appreciate it , and no i am not Russian nor armenian lol, Any way here is the trick
    log on to the sight then press the Forums tab the same thing you've did to view my sketch book , at the end you will find add a forum press it and a window will appear so change it's name and then start attaching pic. with the attachment button just like email

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    Welcome to CA. I see some Giovanni Cavardi studies mixed in with these. Very nice. Youve got kind of a animation style mixed in with a little comics and real life. Cant wait to see more.

    "Imagination is more important than knowledge"- Albert Einstein


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    Cool stuff you've started in here bud. I really like the architectural stuff. Great cartoons also. Keep the work coming!

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    waw, you have real good sence for perspective!

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    Such precise perspective! And your characters remind me of a french cartoon I once so , I don't remember the name but the characters were full of life , as are these in your sketchbook. I only wish your images were a bit smaller , It makes it a bit hard on the eyes to scroll around you know? Love your stuff though!
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    Nice work Aladdin. I think your work is really neat, you managed to combine detail and realistic perspectives. I would like to know, Are you using any kind of reference for this perspective drawings?, anyways great work.

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    Nice work Aladdin. I think your work is really neat, you managed to combine detail and realistic perspectives. I would like to know, Are you using any kind of reference for this perspective drawings?, anyways great work.

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    well i think its all about training your eye to see the errors in perspectives whether it's a bird's eye view or an ant's eye view or just a normal human eye view so in my case i worked on moving my eyes through out the process swiftly on the whole drawing and see if I'm comfortable and satisfied with all the lines and comparing them with each other and making sure that they all vanish to some how the same point, off course there is always some errors if you are not using a ruler or undertaking one of the methods to draw a perfect perspective but you can always make errors and still be comfortable to the eye, some times depending on what you are drawing or what message you want to illustrate distortion is needed and again you follow the same path of proceeder i would say it's 10% talent and 90% practice I've saw people that are very talented with their sense of perspective but still you'll find errors in their drawings cause they lack practice . and thanks JOE for your lovely comment and i will check out your sketchbook right after this

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    Just dropping by looking for updates!

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    now thats a lot of drawings, some of them are really strong,
    but you need to try and nail all the greytones.
    keep up the good work

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    new stuff

    i would love to hear what you guys think

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    Wow man, you really got a hold of your perspectives, totally blows me away. Love your style too! +watch

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    I love your work, some of the faces are really good. Any chance of seeing some whole people/character sketches?

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    Sweet!!!!

    Totally sweet. I love the color renderings. I haven't been around for a while. Looking forward to more of your work. Later

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    Nice stuff here... I think you need to get a scanner for your physical stuff!

    Keep it up lets see more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looped_Warrior View Post
    Nice stuff here... I think you need to get a scanner for your physical stuff!

    Keep it up lets see more!
    please resize your pictures before posting, overal you have some good shots here, specialy perspective one, i think you should improve your anatomy skills ( first portrait look a little bit off - nose)and you should playing more with different brushesh when you colored digital, not only with soft brushesh and soft colors try hard brush first Keep coming!!!
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    Story Boards

    would like to know what you guys think

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    hmm, maybe scaling down your images to 1024x768 would help some viewers with smaller monitors...

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