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some more stuff for u guys to rate and critique
these are anatomy but the first is terrible quality
Hey man, whats up. Your works are good, but you still need some anatomy study. Keep it up
Please resize these a bit? And crop out empty canvas from the sides...
Hard to see the drawings completely without scrolling right now, so it's hard to give critique!
You are on your way to learning anatomy, and the sooner one start learning, the sooner one can get a hang on it.
Nice! But like dmitri here said; resize the images. If you do, it will be much easier for us to see them clearly, and thus easier to give good critiques.
As said before,
The first study of the the ermm... whats it called painting *feels embarrassed for not knowing* is great!
I've never seen a 15 year old with the skill - or maturity - to attempt such subject matter.
More of that stuff I say. Keep it up and you'll be well on your way.
P.S. With your digital work, stay away from the soft brushes. Use a hard edge brush. It makes everything easier to see. For you and the viewer.
dimitri-thnx i will resize, didn't know it would turn out like that, my first time uploading.
janeM-thnx, and i agree its good to start early.
p.s. seen and love your work
hunterkiller-thnx alot, but about the soft brushes, i just love using them feels intuitive.
i will look at all ur sketchbooks
i have decide to repost everythin resized except for the chimp,so they can be more efficently critique.
thnx in advanced
o gosh some of these are awfully pixilated plz try and ignore
some sketches i did at the national art gallery, most have wings because it is for my exam which i finished last week.
o yeah the angel guy with the halo dont on painter 10 was also used for my exam
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