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August 28th, 2007 #136
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August 29th, 2007 #137
August 29th, 2007 #138Registered User
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i really like this style of linedrawing u go tgoing on there at post 47 . should do more of that , really looks like fun.
the apaca is sweeeet .
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August 29th, 2007 #139
I just love your animal studies.
The contour and blind contour drawings are really nice, even if not completely accurate. For some reason I especially like the contour kitty
In the last picture, the hand touching the eye looks as if it's coming from behind the back. I believe this is due to the shoulder showing to the right of it and the sleeve, being cut by the line of back, or completely coinciding with it.
The owls are awesome too! They remind me of Joel Veitch's stuff. Have you seen it?
Keep doing good stuff
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August 29th, 2007 #140
You're killing it lately! Owls rock the shit out of me! I like the contour cat one as well... there's something really nice going in there. Like a life drawing that only uses one or two lines but you can totally tell what's going on. Keep on trying new things and keep the things that are working.
August 29th, 2007 #141
Seems that I'm not the only one improving very quickly ^^.
Comparing your sketches from april to the current ones.. wow o.o'.
Btw. your works are really beautyful, especially the watercolor-llama ;D!
You've got great ideas. Want to see more!!
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August 30th, 2007 #142
Horray so many comments!
Goblinshark: Ok! I don't really use lines like that unless im doing a really in depth portrait that ill work on for hours. But more stuff like that definitely will come.
Windmaker: & I just love drawing animals Drawing animals is fun, drawing people stresses me out sometimes. Youre right, the arm does look like it's coming from the back. I didnt even notice that. & Yeah, I know that guy, he did that "We like the moon" thing, I used to love that hahah. The owl does look like that kinda.
Sketch: Killing it!? At first I thought that was a bad thing, haha. I really like the look of the blind contours, it makes for a suprise when you look at it too, sometimes theyre really funny how off they are, & sometimes they have really interesting lines.
Autumnal Dream: Yeah, well pretty much everything except the last drawing in my first post was from high school, but yeah I can definitely tell the improvement I've made. Thanks so much! Here's some more.
Blind contour kitties & hands. I used different colored pens cause if I had too many on one page, you couldnt tell which was which.
EDIT: I HAVE STARS!!! How exciting. THANKS GUYS! =)
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August 30th, 2007 #143
hooray! Thanks for turning me into a werewolf! I love you! ! Nice contours, do studies chelsea! more studies@! nice stompin'If you don't make mistakes, you're not working on hard enough problems.And that's a big mistake.'
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August 30th, 2007 #144fishing for boots...
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hey Chelsea, lol @ Mr.D's rendition of a werewolf
Good solid stuff in here, you sew? (Hope I spelled that right) nice!
keep up with the studies, your getting better
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August 30th, 2007 #145Registered User
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wow! yr prolly one of the most original artists here.
LOVE the stuffed animal things you make and yr little simple sketches have a real....umm...oh i cant think of the word. DAMMIT. i feel some sort of a relation to your subject matter...i guess. nice stuff.
and you should like that alpaca. hes pretty cute
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August 30th, 2007 #146
Cool stuff mate! The owls made me so happy. Wonderful! ^^
Keep up the good work!
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August 30th, 2007 #147
just looked through your whole sketchbook
nice stuff, I really like the lama done is the washes(ink or watercolor?)
thank you for posting and visiting my sketch book
keep up the good work!
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August 30th, 2007 #148
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August 31st, 2007 #149
I cant believe I have four stars! I seriously started kinda hyperventilating out of excitement when I noticed it. Thanks guys!!!
SO here's two little owl plushies I finished. I'm giving them to my little sister because I feel guilty leaving her to go back to school in a couple days. & what better way to ease the guilt than give PRESENTS!!
August 31st, 2007 #150
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