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    Alright getting more control over my wacom now. Here's another wacom testing out drawing, this one took way longer though.

    Plz Comment, could also use some crits.
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    Good start to your sketchbook... I'd recommend you getting into some life drawing and anatomy study. It can be boring as hell depending on how commited you are... but it will only make your creatures more believable and more enjoyable to draw. I like the way you handle fat and skin rolls btw.
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    A fast PS sketch this time(1 hour), plz tell me what you think of it.
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    45 min sketch, I tried to make a human face but give you the feeling its a monster. Dunno if it worked though
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    hi!i think here is a small size of images,we want biger!:-))))
    i like http://img222.imageshack.us/img222/6226/4556zr8.jpg good style!
    keep working and posting!
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    Some experimental piece (yea still trying out everything on PS)

    C+C very welcome thx
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    Hmm, it's hard to comment because I'm still a beginner in ps and wacom stuff but I'll try

    I thought about 10 min but could not find major crits, maybe on the last one, try to blend your shadings, but I think the hard edges shadows is the style you're going for?

    So only some tips :p :
    Maybe you've already checked out this thread, if not first thing to do : http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...107217&page=16
    and like coldrum said, try to do some studies, you will only get beter and beter!

    gl and hf
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    Well thanks for using 10 minutes of your life for the work of mine Its no wasted time though, you were right about the blending. Thanks for the crit.

    Fast PS sketch. Plz tell me what you think.
    Last edited by DeJakhalz; March 11th, 2008 at 04:09 PM.
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    cmon ppl dont really got much feedback I mean is this stuff even useable in a portfolio? And comments and also crits are very welcome

    thank you!
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    Hi, trying to give you some feedback then :
    You've got a cool figure there, but first thing to do when you want to finish it is to blow up the canvas, so the viewer can have some space "to breath" if you know what I mean.
    Then, try to get some shading going by defining your light source.

    Looking at your previous works, this can't be a problem, isn't it ?
    Also, you can give him some color or textures.

    I hope this already works for you but I'm sure there are more persons around here to give some beter crits/tips.
    I'll be checking back on you
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    i'm lovin post 22 and 23
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    Thanks Lyno for the feedback, Im gonna work on that. Ive also drawn an apple on the link u gave me Was my first try actually...

    Thanks Woodz glad you liked it.
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    A work in Progress

    A WIP (work in progress) of a robot im working on in PS. Its far from done but to show im still drawing, drawing and drawing.

    Comments and Crits very helpfull to make this piece better! Thx
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