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    hy!
    i' m new around here and i'd like to hear(read) your thoughts about my work

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    Wow, I really like what I see, this is neat environment stuff. Really like how your placing values in for give depth and dimension to your environment. Is this the base of an environment that you plan on working on? And if so how are you gonna progress it further? Light table and more detail? Ps and digitally paint it? man… great start to a sketchbook… and welcome to CA by the way.

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    well, actually it's hand made the good old fashion way, with pencil on paper.
    the thing is i'm practicing as much as i can so i will pas the exam and get in UAUIM(arhitecture university, here in romania)

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    Wow! Don't know what I was expecting when I clicked on this, but my first thought was that you were studying architecture. (I think I was expecting some Manga drawings or something). Your stuff looks good to me, but I hear it's tough to get onto an architecture course, and the work is punishing. Good luck!

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    work in progress.. "traditional" romanian drinks

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    very nice architectural drawings would like to see one finished with color



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    more doodles that have absolutely nothing to do with arhitecture...

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    btw, i haven't made any portraits or characters.. ever, but i'm giving it a shot..
    i like these, i think they look good, but share your knowledge and tell me if anything's wrong..

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    one finished arhitectural drawing as requested
    i'll post more but i have to photograph them because they're 50/70 cm and they don't fit in my scanner

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    It is refreshing to see a full-blooded aspiring architeture student here.

    I like the first two drawing because the show that you are not a slave to measuring tools and that you can draw well enough without instruments. Also you crayon/colored pencil drawings of thw girl in the skirt looks very 3d much like your other work.

    You're already thinking of the human body as a shape too that's great.

    One thing you may want to think about in the future is the use of technology in your work. Today more than ever programs such as Auto CAD (Computer Aided Drafting), Maya and many others are the Meduim of choice for up and coming Architects, Drafters and Engineers.

    It is great to see your stuff, the lines, perspective and foreshortening are really solid so make sure to continue to build upon it.

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    great perspective pencilgirl are you studiyng architectural design?
    Show more please

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    nice flow you have with your sketches... really nice work

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    Yeah your building structures are badassed. I gotta get into drawing more environments as well, you're definitely one to watch out for! Great work!

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    Nice images so far. you've definately got an eye for architechural lines. Only crit at this point would be for you to scale down your images when you post, its hard to see all the image in one go without scrolling. keep up the good work...

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    Ooooh, tasty perspective! Please shrink your drawings so that I can see them better. (If you need a program for resizing, the Gimp is nice and free.)

    I think you are awesome, and I wish you the best in your endeavors, but I am tired of repeating myself, I am very busy with my new baby, and I am no longer a regular participant here, so please do not contact me to ask for advice on your career or education. All of the advice that I have to offer can already be found in the following links. Thank you.

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    sorry for my absence but... i'm back
    weightless bowling pins
    chemistry
    and dary

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    material studies
    metal- a russian tea pot
    wood- a toy

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