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    RMN - Sketch Book - (Nudity) - Updated Daily-almost :)

    Hello all

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    from 8. May - 2007 to Present
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    Im new here on the board, yet old haha, ive been using these forums as a
    source of inspiration for years, and finally decided to make a profile. even
    though this is my second post, i'd like to state it my official first post!

    Im joining in on the sketchbook forum simply because i dont feel (or have
    anything id dare to post) ready for finally finished forum

    And besides, this is a good place to just throw in alot of stuff.
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    added a little study of work hardened hands - sturdy and weathered

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    Another pic i made earlier before going to work, really just to try and hit a certain color mood, didnt quite hit it tho,

    RMN - Sketch Book - (Nudity) - Updated Daily-almost :)

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    Another Sketch

    Heres another sketch i made here this morning. blah going off to work... oh well, gotta make em' cash

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    i love that girl with big gun seems it's very hard gun
    keep going
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    Welcome to CA Nice start, liked the first painting...had the feeling of a sunset, you should work on it more.

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    Update

    Quick sketches in Painter
    done after a hard days work gotta love working 12 Hour shifts...

    - EDIT - updated with two more images i did after the first one

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    Updated again

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    Updated again - Ladies, ladies and more ladies

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    pretty cool style keep it UP

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    Ideas are great, rendering is good; but, like me, you have problems with proportion. Your ladies' necks (except the gal with the gun) are too long and too narrow. They'd have problems breathing and speaking. Good start, though....

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    @Kfeeras :what can i say, thank you

    @:Alesoun: thanks for your comments, yeh i know about the necks... ive been doing that for a long time, its wrong i know, but the habbit - roah! the habbit! i need space for the body it feels like... i dont know why but if the neck ist long enough my charecters tend to look fat... hehe, but thanks for reminding me again and also thanks alot for comenting my rendering like that, i still think its crappy tho... values are still complete off, contrast isues in almost all of these images (except maybe for the B/W lady) but thnx anyways

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    Pretty cool style. You kick ass...
    I'd really like to draw like you...

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    I love that samurai...nice brushwork.

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    Sweet stuff, i'd like to see some more traditional stuff too though. Nice hand studies in the fist post. The lightning in the first piece in your second post is great!

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    Dropped in to take a look. Thanks for the kind words back at my sketch pad.
    You're getting off to a good start. For me, it was always other artists work that inspired. I would think and feel, God, if I could just draw and paint so perfectly like that!
    Some of us do it out of an urge to create. Others do it for money and because they're so damn good at it. Either way, do it out of love.

    I don't understand a lot of artists on here with the speed drawing or speed painting? I guess it's suppose to develop something?

    Slow down, take your time, enjoy...every line, every finger, every toe, etc. Take time to understand what you are looking at.
    There aint no rush, unless you're working for dollars, and then you better get a move on.

    Of course, there is something to be learned from the sketchy stuff too.

    I'll shut up now.

    Loved the girl with the cig in her mouth (top). Kinda' retro. Cool style.

    Peace.

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    very interesting style, I'd say focus more on your anatomy studies. The first few digital ones are really cool btw.

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