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March 17th, 2008 #807
The amount you have improved is impressive, you're quite inspiring!
Keep up the great work, can't wait to see your next piece.
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hehe, of course i have time to check your sb. I have to say its not bad at all. Maybe something that could help you is to draw from life, like when you are on a bus or something and draw the people there. Its hard but it helps
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March 18th, 2008 #809
complete2 hey thanks for checking out my book. I think I'm basically gonna have to stop making excuses and just do tons of nude figure studies, I can try and tackle other weaknesses like colour theory and whatnot as well. You got a point about my proportions going funny, I basically never check and just trust myself to get them semi right. Oh and thanks about the black and white stuff
Hive_minD Haha thanks man, I will
StolenSkythanks man, here it comes haha
lacadam Too true I really should do more life drawing, I'll try to make more time for it
Okay well this is a W.I.P of my next commision for www.newboldworld.com and its still obviously a W.I.P but they're fine with me posting stuff if I credit them as the source.
March 18th, 2008 #810
It's looking good Miles. I'm doing a commission for Newbold too! ...but you already knew that...
Something looks really off with HIS right forearm... part of it could be that is left arm is way bigger , but that's not it. Also put a bit more time into the eyes. They're the most important part! Don't neglect them!
Talk to you later... I hope.
March 18th, 2008 #811
Awesome improvement man, you're exceptional for a 14 year old! heck I wasn't even drawing when I was 14 years old 0_o I was programming hahah You're on the right path though definitely, you have a great mentor, you're driven and you know how to get to where you want to go The future looks bright for you my friend.
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Jake Kobrin yeah they're fun to work with. Thanks for the tips man.
EtherRain thanks man, I'll make it happen
lilnebo yeah I think I fixed it, thanks
Reject-D Hey thanks D
Here's the finished commision for new bold world
March 18th, 2008 #816
youre like a steam engine gone outta control speedin faster than fast and as long as you stay on the right track the coals gonna keep on burnin
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March 18th, 2008 #817
Great finished piece. Looks solid and I don't really have any critiques on it other than maybe a bit too much definition in the collar bone area. But that good just be because he's majorly jacked-up.
It's nice to see that you also take the time to make a decent background. Where did you get some of those brushes?
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March 19th, 2008 #819
Looks nice Miles. One thing that really bugs me is that it seems like you don't always entirely paint things. What I mean is that there'll be like a zipper somewhere or something and you'll just draw a line and call it done instead of painting on it just like you would anything else...
Anyway, talk to you later man! If we get the timezone crap worked out we should do some sketching together!
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