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    sketchbook ^^

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    Awesome stuff you have here! But do us a favor, and make your images smaller. It's really hard to see them when they're so big.

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    great style you've got going here man! your line work also seems to be heading in the right direction. Keep it up!

    for anatomy i would advise you to get your hands on a Hogoth anatomy book.

    keep posting man, ill be back.

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    Renier van der West Thnks. I shall try. thnks for advice about anatomy..

    Master_Aerethos ok. as you wish =)

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    hehe

    this is my first paint at Corel painter )
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    Very good start. Ofcourse loving the Spawn drawing but I especially like the uncolored Alien head!(post #3)

    Your colorwork isnt that bad but defenitly needs some more practise


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    dang, that is some good stuff...if your a novice then i draw like a 5 year old!

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    thnxs for The comment and Advice =)

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    zorak -)

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    anatomy), give me your Advices pls, thxs=)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeJakhalz View Post
    Very good start. Ofcourse loving the Spawn drawing but I especially like the uncolored Alien head!(post #3)

    Your colorwork isnt that bad but defenitly needs some more practise
    yep man. i love spawn too, When I see Todd McFarlane's works The inspiration visits me =))

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    I love this cartoon)))

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    Hi, good start for a beginner!... the only thing I have to say is that the right arm in the anatomy one is out of proportion check it out...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clodioz View Post
    Hi, good start for a beginner!... the only thing I have to say is that the right arm in the anatomy one is out of proportion check it out...
    thnxs CloDioz, I shall work above it. =)

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    face =)

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    small spawngirl .

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    psyzzzzzzzooooooooombyyyyyyyyyyyyyy >)

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    a try draw big man.

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    this is my graffity In my criminal past =)

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    oo. street cred. hbo has a documentary (i think its hbo) about graffiti artists (i think in LA...this was like 3 years ago mind you) and their attempts to stay true to their roots but also transition to making a living as illustrators and "street artists". Some were getting paid to do bona-fide murals and illustrations, others were designing hats and apparel; it was really interestng to see. cause aside from the fact they would be randomly vandalizing public property; most of them were like ANY other bustin-to-make-it artist, toting their sketchbooks around, constantly drawing, etc etc. you might liek watching it, i found their work inspiring. you've definitely got a strong start for beginner...including on some cinderblock walls (hah). I agree with some of what was studied above, i can tel you're tyring ot get more comfortable expressing dynamic foreshortening. you really have to study how the human body flows into itself when you are looking at a forshortened view (i'm talking to myself here too). I would pay extra special attention to measuring your proportions and how features line up. You can polish it up as much as you like but you gotta nail those basic measurements to fool the eye or the brain goes "nuh-uh!" keep it up~


    (ps i t might be just me...but since i have a 20 or 23 inch monitor, i doubt it...itm ight be helpful to include soem smaller sized scans of your work. its tough to scroll over some of hte larger pieces and get a good picture. while the detail is good to see, its also fun to see how an image tightens up at a smaller size, and you'll save wear and tear on my scroll bar.)

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    pps. your psyczomby shows the best grasp of representing the 3d as 2d. whatever you did in that sketch, i reccomend applying it to your other characters. it really has life and depth to it.

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    Thanks for advice, I shall learn further anatomy and to study prospect) many spoke me that it is necessary to emphasize volume shading, necessary to work above it too.

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    good job ... potential is visible ...as some people talked already, you must be anymore practiced in a sketches ... to study a prospect and anatomy ... and your graffity it very pleased me ! keep posting...

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    thnks DeMoon , I shall practise more and I shall try to reach your level =)

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    This exercise you were doing in the last post is very helpful! Perspective is so damn important, even in figure drawing, so learning it is a huge +. I suggest doing some more of that. Try creating shape, something boxy but more complex and draw it from different sides and angles. This will help not only the perspective skills but your imagination also.
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