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    hey man the perspective on that arm is pretty good, and shading is pretty good too.
    i know art can be frustrating sometimes can't it. just try and take your time it will come.

    Oh by the way what country are you from?

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    oh yea one more thing i know studies don't look cool, but you should really start doing a few.
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    okay, reply without art. sorry. Um Markey2d. Yeah its in my name i think on the right. I'm from England too, not far from London, 50 minutes on the train.

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    K this must be like my 3rd try at an environment. This is the first one thats even worth posting. I just looked at it on my pc screen rather than my laptop one and it is slightly darker than I intended but it doesn't look too bad. Now I will do some studies.

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    Wow, finally done some studies. Will try to do these as often as possible.

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    Almost forgot, heres a watercolour I did earlier today.

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    Dude, I did life drawing when I was 14. I don't think they care. Just as long as you're not in elementary school I think it's all good.

    Nice watercolour

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    Dude, #364 and #367 are jus too awesome!! Finally something not so monotonic!! hooray! lets celebrate *drunk*

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    Garret Hanna Well I'm 14 now so I suppose I could. I'd just need to convince my parents

    And yer thanks the watercolour was fun to do. My art teacher told me off for only using pencil and told me to 'get out of my comfort zone' so for homework I've been doing stuff in other mediums.

    ThroTailer Well thats a lot easier with digital art . If you look back a page you should see I've been working on contrast and stuff with my pencils.


    Second semi-kinda-alright environment. I want to learn how to do these properly cos I love the mood you can create. Thats along side figure drawing and all my school work and musc stuff annd arrr.

    I'll just take it one day at a time.

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    Nice figure studies. I know they are a bore.
    I like the peppers. They look great. Maybe a bit too washed out, but at least that is something to improve on!
    These enviroments are looking cool too. Not too detailed, but keep at them.
    It is cool seeing another teenager around the site.
    Be sure to check out my sketchbook!


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    Wow...you're really awesome...it's really amazing!

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    Fraz Cheers man. I actually kind of like doing them but I guess I'm just weird. Yer its the first watercolour I've done in a while. Thanks man environments are something I want to get good at. I guess I'm just hoping that more detail will come in as I get more used to them. I think I might try doing them on a larger canvas as well. I'll look at your sketchbook later.

    shoo=) Thanks for the asspat lol. I appreciate it man.


    Some more anatomy but I ran out of my 2b leads so I was having to use some H ones which are horrible so I'm just gonna do some more digital.

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    oh man...where do u guys learn this stuff?!

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    shoo=) sorry I don't have the link on me but I know you can download Loomis' anatomy books if you look around.


    Okay, I was starting to colour this as an experiment and then when I flpped the image I couldn't be bothered to fix all the faults so, bleh, I'll post it anyways.

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    Damn, he is looking pretty cool too. You should go back to it another day.
    Also, nice anatomy ;D

    And to shoo=D, just look HERE

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    Hi spazazo

    I enjoyed flicking through your sketchbook Your very good, especialy for a 14 year old ( you can never hear it too much man )

    Did you ever get into the life drawing classes?

    Keep it up

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    Fraz: hey tnx..that actually might help ^_^

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    Fraz Yer my mum was saying that as well but personally I feel its too skewed.

    Hurley Lol its only been a day. No i havent looked into it yet. Thanks man

    Another environment speed paint. Its ookaaay.

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    Yeah, it is ok.. You can do better though. Your other two are better than this. I reckon you should spend longer on it. Try spending about 2 hours on an enviroment, I would love to see the outcome.
    And about the skewed-ness, just hide the background, new layer, image-apply image , and using the transform tool, free rotate it so it is better! You may need to adjust one of the feet, but that would take no work at all!
    Easy when you know how

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    He got shot from behind ! Heyya mate, looking great there, awesome digital paint, sounds like a Halo artist here !

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    god damn, i seriously can't believe you're 14. thats younger than my little sister!

    anyway, your shading has improved tons! you can really tell if you look back to your earlier posts, to now. also, your self portraits keep getting better too! the digital self portrait is really nice, you should really finish it!

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    Wow! you are talented at 14. It is amazing to see you studying anatomy, When I was 14 I was copying old Liefeld characters!(AH!) Can't wait to see your talent flourish, keep posting stuff

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    Dude I do life drawing. It's weird but models are like proud that they have some one so young in the class. So far all of the adults are really cool not at all weird about it.

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    FrazYeah I could fix it up but the real reason I decided to stop was because the face seemed to have lost the expression that the pencil drawing ad, and that was what I really loved about it. Yeah the environment took like forty minutes, but the problem is, after that amount of time I just don't know what do do with the image. I think I should try one on a larger canvas.

    StarbonesCoffin Thanks man I love the environmets in the halo games, they're so epic, and awsome.

    28chelseaslterThanks. I looked back at my first page yesterday and was considering starting a new sketchbook because I thought people might just look at it and be put off. The best part is those drawings are only 4 months old maximum. I've been drawing waay more than I used to.

    lawnboy Thanks man, I don't find anatomy studies as boring as everyone says they are lol. I can't wait to see my stuff to start to look good either lol.

    Jake Kobrin Yer I'm sure they wouldn't mind particulary but Ithink my parents would be a bit funny about it.


    Uhhh heres some sketch.

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    dig the enviros look'n good 8)

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    Mr spect cheers man.


    Two characters that took waay longer than they should have. Effort only really went into faces.

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    great work my friend! Nice improvements and good to see you getting more into color! I await more!

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    The shading on the newer ones are great. You got a good range of values in there.
    I agree with 28chelseaslater that you should go back to the digital SP.

    Also, I don't think you should get a new thread. It is great looking on how much you have improved. I have gone through your thread several times!

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    great improvements miles!! loving the colors on the envios!! i think your best colored one would have to be your self portrait on page 12 keep it up dude your sb is coming along nicely!!

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