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    Damn amazing stuff! I want to see you doing more enviroments, i think there is a potential.

    Btw what kind of pencils do you use when sketching?
    How hard or soft pencils and what kind of paper?

    I really like the way your lines go from really light to almost black, variety of contrast in picture is so good.
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    I was gonna ask the same thing as Nettle, i was also wondering if you used reference for your characters poses

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    Damn excellent work man, the pencil pages have inspired me im gonna go draw now. Love the way you use all the avaliable space. Just keep on pushing you're gettin real good.

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    thanks for the support!
    I'm planning on doing some studies for environments soon, gonna try some perspective-heavy industrial settings and do some Mullins colour studies.
    My pencil says "germany (some weird logo here) LYRA Art Design 669 B" and the paper is just an unmarked sketchbook I got for Christmas. It's decent quality I guess but not the best I've ever used. The paper is kinda thin but it's quite smooth. As for reference: sometimes. When I'm doing a specific study I usually note it somewhere in the vicinity but I might occasionally forget. Most of the stuff's done from memory though.

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    I decided that my knowledge in engines and machinery was laughably lacking and did some studies in the field. there is so much to learn it's overwhelming. also classes start next week so I can finally get back to life drawing.
    edit: drawing circles in perspective is a bitch
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    impressive details on your sketchs!

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    omg?! sick pencil stuff man, always a pleasure to stop by on your book plz keep posting
    Grab your pencil, grab your dream!
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    thanks!

    I have this amazing class this semester where we go to the Biomedicum and study anatomy first hand. Just old bones and such so far but in the end, when the medical students get trough with preparing the corpses, we're gonna have a go at the muscles and the whole body. But other than that, now that classes are in session I have so much less time to just idle away with my sketchbook. I'm gonna see if I can score a camera somewhere and take in some paintings.
    Also, the grumpy bloke in black and white is me and the exploding zeppelin was redone from an older painting for Exposé.

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    Wowie, great I dropped by this sb. Great work, especially love the b and w comic, even though i dont know what the story was about. Really good stuffs, keep baking those cakes!!

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    Your style is so... exciting! The zeppelin image is just magnificent...it looks like a still from an animated epic. i'm envious.

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    loving the sketchbook pages, the paints are awesome too, but ive just started to use a pencil and your pages are full of tone and inspirations... keep posting ;-)

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    brilliant stuff man, way to make every inch of that paper count! i dig your engine studies, i gotta get on that train. keep us up to date, this's great work.

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    Hey there! It's a real pleasure to look at your pencils. It makes me remember how much fun you can have in a 'real' sketchbook. I need to get back to the ol' graphite... Thanks for the kick up the arse!

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    Wow!
    I've came to adore your SB. Truly inspiring! Especially your mechanical and steampunk sketches. I'm so subscribing to this.
    Keep updating!
    Cheers!

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    nice work on movement!

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    Yeah man! great stuff, your sketchingstyle reminds me abit of.. uhm me... but quite alot better
    keep up the hard work!

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    your stuff makes me spazz! lov'n it

    throwing on some rough traditional mediums onto these pencils could look awesome!
    my book o' doodles

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    Nice sketches! The paintings are pretty nice too

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    This is one hell of a sketchbook!

    I really like your sequentials!

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    Wow great pencils man. And that last zeppelin is like super awesome keep rockin

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    suddenly! a torrent of replies! thanks everybody.

    well, here's some more, featuring doodles, life drawing and anatomy studies.
    also: zeppelin got shortlisted for Exposé, 'citing!

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    A lot of interesting stuff.
    I love that kind of work. Love your anatomy study

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    Heh piltidel ju puha eesti keel, Coveri kinnas
    Väga vinge kui sa selle zepeliniga järgmises Exposé'is oled pld:

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    Good job on your studies.
    Loves the burning zeppelin! Very nice.


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    Very exciting sketchbook you
    have here. It excites me to
    draw. Thank you for sharing
    it with us!!

    The anatomy studies are from
    Bridgman or just online reference
    images?

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    Awesome sketchbook pages man, you rock !
    I love the pencil drawings.

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    Once again, some cool shit happen'n
    bah, barf the studies, it looks like youve got that awesome grounded understanding of human anatomy already, nuts, forget what i just said, there can never be enough of it!

    cheers, the great hunger wants more.
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    On the first two pages of this last post - did you have reference for the sitting woman and the arms that you sketched? Or do you do that out of your mind? I'd love to know if you use ref for a lot - which I would hope since your proportions look so natural and awesome. Just curious. Really enjoy your pencil sketch books and have no crits at all.

    (sorry, just realized you answer the general reference question in post 64. I'll leave my post mostly unaltered, though, cuz I'm still curious about the sitting woman in particular)
    Last edited by snubbed; March 23rd, 2008 at 10:06 PM.

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    the Zeppelin didn't get into Exposé so I'm gonna have to consider whether I'd like to eat or buy the book. I spent the last of my money for this month on Banksy's book and a book full of soviet posters. Then I called my mom and asked her for some money and bought that book on Kristjan and Paul Raud. So many books to buy, so little money.
    I've been doing self portraits and general portraiture studies, but they're absolutely terrible. I've always been horrible at portraits. Somebody give me tips on how to capture character.

    Rax: seesama kinnas jah.

    MattGamer: those anatomy studies were from some medical slides, not sure who the artist was.

    snubbed: yeah that one was life drawing. fast fire poses, 5-10 minutes each, the following pages also feature some from that class

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    so insanely AWESOME! love your pencil sketches.

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