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    Chainer- haha thanks, glad it was entertaining.

    Some sketchbook study pages, and some quick greyscaled thumbnails about 10-20 mins each.
    nothing too exciting to look at.

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    more greyscaled concepts. all pretty quick. Need to learn some more. some might not be very good but ill get better, no worries.

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    more contrast! well... more white really. everything's so dark.
    I like the first guy in your last post, though. cool idea.

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    Your figures have a strong swoosh feeling to them, I like that. Your studies look promising, can't have enough of doing those.

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    Chelsea- thanks ya you're probably right. Ill make sure to keep it in mind for next time.
    Whitevillage- thanks for stopping by to post.

    Just some crap doodles. Ill get better.

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    Tnx for droppin by my Sb. I really like your figure study and all your character work. Great flowing and free lines.

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    Nice expressive poses... there is a lot of feeling of movement in them. Keep working on that and the exact proportions will come later. I think it is always more difficult to make a drawing feel alive and moving than it is to get one that is anatomically correct! Those b&w inks are great, very bold. Keep it up!

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    nice ones duuuuude. some goood anatomy you got in those last ones.

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    Good poses and nice grayscale quickies....I think the only thing that really stood out for improvement might be the texture differences between skin and armor and cloth and so on. Sometimes I get lost on the smoothness or ruffness of a surface. But all and all this looks excellent and judging from the beginning great improvements!

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    Rax- thanks for droppin by bro.

    silvestri99- thanks man, expressive poses are exactly what Im going for.

    Mr D- thanks duuuuuude.

    Rabid Peanut- you're right about the getting lost part. I really have a hard time rendering. All I can do is keep doing it and try to figure out how to fix these problems. You really that i'm improving? Its hard to tell sometimes. Thanks for commenting man, means alot.


    some more quick gray scales. not much else to say.

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    Well my teacher said when you're feeling bored try a new medium, so, since I haven't really tried charcoal before, I decided to give it a go. Out of like 5 charcoal drawings i liked this one the best. Overall though I'd say charcoal is a hard medium for me to control, but I think its definitely one worth practicing more.

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    Nice poses, as usual. I still like your flowing pencil lines. What reference, if any, are you using on these? A lot of them look like life-drawings. There are some proportion issues in some of them -- that last guy, facing us, with the sword -- he has some weirdness going on with both arms. I like that grayscale digital one. I'd like to see you tighten it up a bit at the places where forms join together, like the armor plates.

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    such a strong and nice pose.
    the lines are violent and i like that
    It would be nice to see you squeeze more detail in there when you do this again

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    sweeet, I like the mixxxxxx in style. mediums. diggggin it. wanna see some more. youre tappin those roots you got. bringin back the old, i like it.

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    i like the charcoal thing, keep doing that stuff it will get u somewhere
    im also trying it sometimes, and the best thing about it is how smooth and detailed u can work with a pencil afterwarths

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    Spreadin' some luv brutha

    What you should focus on: Dynamics, Foundation Studies, Perspectives. You have alot of really good ideas, lots of potential!

    Last updates were good, but theres vaguely any values within these designs, where are your light sources?!? Keep it up man, doing great and pages 1-5? I see big improvements already! Now lets see 5-10

    Cheers!

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    funfetus- Thanks, I don't use any reference for the fantasy drawings, but I know I should. You're right about the proportions, and tightening some of these up. I will definitely dedicate my time figuring these flaws out.

    Mankoon- Thanks, I will try on the next one to get some detail, I might have to use some reference, since I suck with details.

    Mr.Delicious- thanks dude, Ill try to keep drawing with charcol.

    ajvenema- thanks for stopping by my sketchbook.

    Coinpurse- Thanks dude. I'll do it. Ill DO IT. DOOOO ITIIIIT/ I need to study light too, since I don't even know how light works.

    2 dudes with proportion issues, some people on the bus, some 10 minute life drawing, and some 30 seconders. blah blah blah

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    2nd pencil would be great with some more highlights!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! nice studies. do the light shit. just sit infront of a mirror, with a hard light on your face and study how it falls and reflects . simple. THEN, get naked and do the same thing and send them to random peoples houses and girls you really really like.

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    That profile sketch of the second dude is "off the chain" yo. I'm freaking diggin' it! When am I going to see your vehicles, nig!?

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    Mr. D- thanks man, ya Im gonna do that soon. get naked and send pics to girls.

    Kyle- thanks dude, haha Na i don't wanna post my vehicles. I don't like them at all.


    Just some random crap.

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    some charcoal, I fucked up. I need to learn light first. Bah, didn't really want to post these. Ill just try to get to the next page. I think the second guys legs are fucked.

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    yeahyeahyeahyeahyeahyeah!
    these ones are looking sooo good dennis!

    I really like http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1195111762
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    especially this one:
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    except i dont really like that fuzzy arm thing. maybe if it was plain, or had some kind of swirly design to match his swirly ram mask

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    Chelsea- Thanks! Ya you're totally right about the furry arm thing, I should kept the theme consistent with circle pencil strokes. I never thought about it till you said something. Thanks for stoppin by.

    Heres just a little something, Ill upload more in a bit.

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    2 more, they're not really finished

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    nice, your faces are lookin a lot better, as well as your renderin. Just keep workin on anatomy and try out some more expressive poses just to give your characters more life. my suggestion is to rent some action movie and draw from scene stills. or any movie for that matter. LATER DUDE

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    Mr D. Alright Ill try that action movie thing. You mean like crazy porn right? Ya i need to learn anatomy once and for all. I'm pissed.

    LOL, Some crappy colors, sweeeeet. still workin it out dudes. Not quite in the finishing stages. LML!

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    another color, Ill push these farther later. I think this ones alot better than the last one. Whatever dudes.

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    i really like the charcoals, how do you do that smudging? just ur fingers...?

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    love these concepts, especially these ones
    contrast could be upped a bit i guess and some of the poses could be a little looser maybe... some more gestural sketches (similar to the ones you did for your life drawings) might help...

    good stuff tho, ill be keeping an eye out for more

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    interesting studies... keep it up! waiting to see more!!

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