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    beastathon I pretty much always use 2B leads in either a 2mm or 0.5mm mech pencil. I mainly use the 0.5mm

    Thujon thanks

    environment, pretty pleased but its a little too hard to read, still its a start. For Hi-rez click the link

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    If the green stuff is tree it would be needed to define the edges a bit more.
    But Great enviroment!
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    movin right along buuddy! keep at it!
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    Diphillia Yeah it needs a bit of work all around but I'm done with it for now.

    Mr D Of course man. thanks.


    Some still life stuff for school, boring.

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    Man, your digi stuff really shines! Thanks for all the helpful tips btw.
    Much appreciated.

    and yes..Miles is a much better name.
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    JPCNo problem man I'm glad I helped. My digi stuff is okay, I still have tons to learn. Oh and yeah, the old name was something stupid I did when I made this account around a year and a half ago when I was 13 or so.


    Really should do more studies.

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    Hey Miles!!
    Thanks for ur post!! Man u're just 14 and already pretty good!
    Whished i was that good when i was at that age!!
    the portrait of the guy is really good! Something is wrong with the
    angle of the mouth i think. But still good!
    Dont know why im not getting lot's of post! Maybe i suck with my age =)!!
    Keep it up man u will be good in no time! looking forward to see more!!
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    Nice muscle studies. But I think if you're drawing the actual muscles you're missing an abdominal. Unless you're drawing the skin over an especially muscular chest, then it's fine.
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    Soja Yeah thats a self portrait, it was done in the mirror, then I realised the mouth was too low so I moved it up without the mirrow so anything could have gone wrong then really.

    Beonarri I'm not sure what you mean, they are just copied out of my Hogarth book, half have skin and half don't.

    Sorry to keep updating with just boring studies, blanked out the really bad one.

    Practicing with more interesting angles.

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    Hey Miles, thanks for dropping by my sb.
    You know what? You have three invaluable things: time, a great mentor(also humorous) and your determination. The progress you got now has demonstrated the reward of your hard working. I am sure that you won't be satisfied merely with this, so how great will you be in the future? That's really an exciting thing which I am looking forward!
    As an man ten years older than you, your work seems to be an alarm warning me to work harder. Yet there is nothing better than having someone to remind you all the time I think.

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    yep,,, Unshapened is right.,. maybe you are disconform with your work, maybe you think your shading and lines are not as good as other artist here,,, but you're only fourteen... ohh if I would show you my drawings at 14 yo... ufff they're horrible... xD well not horrible but better than the average people

    and the most important thing,, you got a lot of imagination! you are able to draw as much characters as you want!!
    amnn btw,, you could practise shading (taking in mind the selfportrait)

    that's all for now...

    cheers man!

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    hey! forgot to say that the enviro study is grEEat!
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    dude nice job!!A lot of inprovement!!
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    Unsharpened Thanks man, it exites me to think of where I could be in the future.

    Clodioz Thanks man.

    Raistlinthedark hah thanks man.


    Been working on this for the past couple of days now. These are uploaded at 50% size.

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