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    Very nice renderings! The change in quality is somewhat strange, some of the renderings are just straight out beautiful while others clearly lack stuff. Although I'm familiar with the constant changing of style's (hell, I change to much myself!) I wonder what your reason behind it is, since the first rending is so hot you would never have to change that formula. Is it because the use of reference? Anyway, great sketchbook!

    cheers.


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    magus, stonercurly, gspot - cheers

    gilles - i guess i get frustrated too often with wanting things to 'happen' faster, and rush the rendering. If im not confident in my initial line drawing, the rendering seems to suffer as i lose faith in the image. referenced images often turn out better, but thats something im better at really. i suppose its all about incorporating that into my imaginary work, really getting to grips with that side of things. anyways, cheers for stopping by.

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    fairly good rendering to poor. i mean, man, why dont you really blend with the pen, your scratching an ineffacious hollow portrait of some void that never has existed. art bleeds through the pen from the mind of the duck.

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    From what I see here you have quite solid foudations. I like style of the chimp drawing.
    Maybe work on looseness and explore some other techniques .

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    great start... I can't wait to see more here. some of your muscle studies are excellent.
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    this stuff is awesome for being 17 dude, you are showing alot of promise, I especially like that 15 hour exam painting, excellent!

    really cool stuff anyway, I look forward to seeing more!

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    cheers for takin a look people.

    scanner out of commission a lil, so thought id post these drawings from the end of me a level. i honestly swear finishing these things is a continual challenge. in fact, finishing anything...

    sorry for the slightly iffy quality, theyre dodgy photos.

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    Brilliant stuff, man I love your style... and that painting with the hand? Very, very nice work.

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    Oh awesome stuff man!
    Really like it.. Just ehh nothing to crit.

    But how about some colour?

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    P.S. Please remove the second "http//" from the link in your signature. The way it is now makes it hard to find your sketchbook because you get a 404 page when you click it

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    oh wow wow man i LOVE your cross hatching!! you got a lot of potential keep it up.

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    great stuff over here! specially that last one, its amazing how much improved in short time, particularly the sense of volume and light/shade. 17 years ?! woah... dont stop matte keep pushing yourself, u got lots of potential
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    you really have a way to bring out what it is you're drawing using your values. is this stuff from your imagination or from reference. either way top notch. respec7

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    Hey man, thanks for stopping by my book way back when, still owe you one.

    You have one mean sketchbook in the making man.
    Loving the charcoal studies - makes me want to pick up the dirty sticks again and hack away at the paper in the most unforgiving manner imaginable.

    Good stuff dude, more stars on me!
    cheers!
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    I really like your sketchbook. Nice work man.

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    easy fellas and fellarinas. a level exams got my mind all swamped, causing complete lack of anything happening whatsoever. i just sit at me desk for hours on end, thinking i should either revise or draw, and neither wins out, as im too lazy to revise and feel too guilty to draw. but they be over in just over a week sooooo.... ill be too happy and off my tits to draw. but still, art must find a niche soon, skills slipping....

    AmontilladoAg: why thankyou

    Noe: signature fixed, cheers for heads up. ye, i did some experimenting with oil paints at the end of my a level, so as soon as time frees up, mucho painting will hopefully be accomplished.

    eskanto: cheers, im kinda fond of my cross hatching too.... sometimes....


    Call0ps: cheers for encouragement, appreciate it. really trying to bring my imaginative stuff up to the same level as my observed stuff, the faces and the paintings. much work to be done, but loads of time.

    ped454: put bluntly, the worse stuff is from imagination. nah, the portraits and paintings from reference, pretty much all my a level work, and sketchbook stuff is by and large from me mind, with reference creeping in on occasion.

    Brendan N: cheers mate, your sketchbooks the shit, serious. and charcoal studies....? thems is mostly pencil. im no where near patient enough for charcoal yet. and whoopee for stars, hooray

    Yacob: cheers, thanks for the look-in.

    and collective wahey for stars, i think 5 is kinda pushin it, but this next mini dump of shite oughtta even that out a fair bit

    Basically, inspiration hasnt really hit much, if at all, so i hit the anatomy books. first spread is stuff from hogarth mostly, then the rest is me regurgitating what ive learnt or mislearnt. ah, and the single page has lil sketch from train. anyways, enough blab. sketches...

    apologies once again for aquiring the shittiest scans i possibly could

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