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    wow so many reaplies

    @algenpfleger - Thanks dude,I appreciate your visitation,and "You lazy"? I can't believe that
    @Chermilla - nice to see you around,I'm glad you like my panda Cheers
    @windlee - Thanks for droping by dude! cu around!
    @Windmake - Hello my old fella nice to see you here again.Thanks for your coments buddy,I appreciate it!
    @flamable - Thanks for the encouraging buddy!
    @Reika - "art-creature" hm I like that ;D Thanks sweet neighbour!
    @Nadiamoon - You'r always welcome here my friend,nice to see you around too!
    @B-Man - Thank you,thank you ,thank you dear B-great-man Thank for these advices Cheers buddy!

    Ok I've been busy the last days,but I've stealed some time for studies and doodling.

    studies.....

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    doodles......

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    and some t-shirt design

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    well not exactly lazy but sick right now so you can use that chance to kick my butt man!
    and i see, you are. damn, those studies are getting tighter and tighter. impressive improvement man! i like those t-shirts and characters as well. keep it up!!

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    Hey
    Looking good! Nice batch of studies and sketches in general. I particularly like the Evil Hatter. The shot of him the apple is great!
    The T-shirt designs are also pretty nice. Good job on them!
    Nothing specific to crit. Just go on with the studies and keep making progress

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    Nice range of work in this last post - liking the t - designs. The look on the 2nd panda's face is awesome!

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    @algenpfleger - Thanks buddy,I appreciate that but I can't kick your ass - not yet someday maybe,but for now I can't
    @Windmaker - hello dear friend nice to see you again,I'm glad you like my designs thhis character with the big hat come really nice,but I've greased it anyway glad you like it
    @kidult - thanks buddy,2nd panda is my favourite too.
    Here is this night update not much but something 0___o

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    and a try to improve my coloring skills - without success

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    You have really come from a long way and progressed a lot! Keep up exploring your drawing abilities and character designs. Great stuff!

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    way to go with that amount of poses man, you're definitely improving, good to see all those hands too. keep it up man, just keep it up!

    err, with the colors, don't worry, it takes a while to lose the shyness. do some photo studies, that helps

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    Hey atlantik! Some nice stuff here!
    I love this one http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...7&d=1205186309
    The little evil animals of the forest are excellent! Maybe you could color them? They remind me a Southpark episode, when Cartman write a Christmas story...
    Keep working!

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    The poses are so cool i like how you did them with just the right lines ,the animals are cool, the hands are cool.Its all good .
    Keep progresing .

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    Nice job! I like your work you've got a great style, I enjoy watching it!

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    @Whitevillage - Thanks a lot,I definitely will!
    @algenpfleger - Thank you for being my friend and for that you check my stuff often,you are real friend!!!
    @Clochette - Thank you!I'm very glad to see you here I'll keep my work up ;P
    @ohomoho - Thanks bro,glad you like them,I'll come by your thread soon,I saw your stuff and you have a good potential just you have to push yourself cu there!
    @nyssa - Thanks a lot!I watching you,you will develop very fast you will see that !!!

    hmmmm OK today I decide to try a speedpaint - my very first speedpaint,it took me 35-40 min. but for me that is really really speedy Ok I'll go to put some steps......
    Background,lay down,15min,35min

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    Nice clean lines and some smooth cross hatching, i guess you like panda's then lol. Excellent stuff mate, keep sharing ;-)

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    really good figure studies man!...love those pages..and the toons animals page its funny too.....great evil squirrel mate!...keep it up!

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    Здраси,well im pushing myself currently.You are doing it too i see the panda is realy nice i want to see more.

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    hey, I like your panda. I would just watch hard edge/soft edge and add some texture. keep posting!

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    Thanks for the coments guys and gals,I'll reply tomorrow when I upload more stuff,for now one slow speedpaint (35min).hope you like it - C&C are welcome

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    RandAlThor - thanks a lot man,glad you like it and yes I like pandas a lot Cheers
    Dan Valkar - thank you man,glad you like my stuff!I'll keep it up
    ohomoho - hey bro,nice to see you again here,well that you pushing yourself is great I have to do the same thing but I haven't enough free time anyway glad you like my work Поздрави
    Nadiamoon hey Nadia it's been long time no see you around I like to watch your progress it is very inspirational!! thanks for coming by ;P

    ...and here like I've promised I'll show my work from today hope you like it
    C&C please!!!

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    Wow, you are practicing lots! nice to see. Keep at it!

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    Lol sry for that one was a wrong post for someone else.(if u saw it)
    Anyway i realy like your last sketches epecialy the feet and hands studys they look realy accurate.

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    with the watercolor from back in december, remember to look for colors in the shadows. It's especially important in watercolor when using the same color, only more strongly, in the shadows can end up increasing the intensity/chroma and drawing unwanted attention to that area.

    I love all the studies (so many!) and I think you did a great job with the pastels. The texture and color diversity on the birds nest really works.

    cool shirts btw - very cool

    the evil hatter is rather badass. I could be wrong about it, but you might want to force yourself to do more 3/4 portrait views. i see a tendency to stick to face-forward and pure profile drawings.

    good call on changing the panda's background. you have a good eye for what works.

    as always, keep it up!

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    Hey
    You're getting better and better! I really like the quick figure sketches.
    Just keep doing your studies!
    My advice is to also study the skeletal structure a bit. That way you'll learn to avoid mistakes like on the woman's face in the last picture you posted. Her skull looks like it's shattered now. Notice how the nose doesn't start right next to the eye as you've painted it. Actually in most people the bridge of the nose (the part between the eyes) is the narrowest part of it. Look how you've put a shadow between the left eye (our right) and the nose. You should do the same for the other eye. Also her right cheek looks way too flat and pushed too far back. Again, you've made it better at the other side
    Do a couple of skull studies to gain a better understanding of the underlying forms of the face. It'll really help.
    Good luck! And have fun

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    Wow, someone's so NOT being lazy here. I totally dig your anatomy studies, and keep doing those Posemaniac sketches, they are really useful

    you've a great sketchbook with some amazing work.

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    Quinn Simoes - Thanks dude,I will!
    ohomoho - thank you!
    Craig Houghton - hey buddy long time no see you around,glad you like my t-shirts and my other things,glad to see you here again!Keep coming!
    Windmaker - hey druje hope you like the next ones
    Maidith - thank you too,glad to see you posting in my sb,I'm not lazy but I haven't enough free time for drawing that is very very sad for me

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    Hi. Nice studies you got there. Your progress looks promising, but I think you should loose the comic-ish style you have on some figures, like the guy with the jacket and hat in your first post on this page. The crotch area of his trousers. The way the folds go is very simplified and I think that comes from copying the style of comics but without the understanding needed to simplify it the right way...

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    Jabo- Thanks dude,I really try to loose this style but the time show how it come out.Thank you for your visitation!

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    moooooooooooooooooooooooore reffed studies please!

    focus on values and edges! If you work at a low res 72 ppi at ~800x800 pixels, then you're going to end up with fuzzy edges. A cheat to working low res is to use filter>unsharp mask. It's usually best to work at a larger size, and then when you save your jpg, save it as a smaller size. Usually gives you better edges.

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    Hey
    I already told you the frog is awesome
    Apart from that - what Texahol is saying is true. And unsharp mask is the ultimate filter!
    I like the expression of the character in the last picture You really managed to convey a sense of surprise. Good job! But the lighting is a bit messed up. I can't really tell where the light is coming from because there are equally light and equally dark parts all over the picture. The left eye (his right) seems to be infront of his skull instead of inside it. When you paint things like that block in the big forms first, then the small ones - meaning you should first show that the head has an egg-like shape, then show that the nose protrudes from it and the eye sockets go back into it. Then put the eyes in and shade them accordingly knowing that one is on the shaded side of the face and sits in a socket which makes even more shadow over it. Keep those things in mind

    Now draw more studies! And show them here And keep having fun with all that

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    grayscale studie

    @Texahol - wow hello my friend thanks for this cheat dude it is great!
    @Windmaker - thanks my friend I appreciate it,glad you like this shitin character in the last post I know it is very messed up but that is only an exercise I'll try out your advices,thanks for always coming here

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    Those studies are motivational, I need to do them myself... but I'm lazy

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