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    Heya,
    I decided to start my sketchbook with this litle doodle.
    It's based on a sculpt coming from the Island of Love , Jeju in Korea.
    Unfortunately I don't know the name of artist. (reference in thumb below)





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    this is some really awsome stuff i really like the gesture she has keep it up
    Real life details are just the beginning

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    Thank you mate! Very encouraging
    My Sketchbook - please visit and leave me some C&C to help me immprove myself

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    Default Little Angel

    Something different this time. Help me and put Your thoughts about my sculpts.

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    Another sketch.
    I try to study faces and if you have any tips, please feel free to share it

    Hope you'll like it.

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    its a nice sculpt but it gives me the inpression that you didnt take your time makein it i could be wrong tho
    ok so i see some anatomy problems with the model
    [1] the eyes i find are too bg
    [2] at the bottom of the lip it dont look right i find you dig in to much
    [3] the lips are too pushed out
    other then that its a very nice sculpt
    keep doin what you doin and you will be a pro in modeling
    and i like your poseing very nice
    Real life details are just the beginning

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    Yes, you're right. I did in for quick exercise and ant end, I pushed myself just to consider it 'finished'.

    Thank you for pointing the mistakes out. It's hard to notice thing sometimes jut by yourself.
    THere's also glitch on a shoulder.

    Thanks for your interest.
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    nice sculpts! I like your style, especially how you approach hair, in making in stylized blocks. Very cool effect. I struggle with hair loads

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    Default A girl in a winter hat

    Thank you arianerocket, I am very glad to hear that. But this project has no hair (almost)

    I struggled with scarf... I tried many defferent variations and came up with this, but I'm not happy at all.
    I'll practice clothes fold more for sure.
    Maybe if I and you will like it enough, I will make a whole scene with this character.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nebular View Post
    Another sketch.
    I try to study faces and if you have any tips, please feel free to share it

    Hope you'll like it.

    Its whimsical. Maybe not 100% anotomically correct but the over all sculpt is cool. The larger eyes do help it to seem like a younger female but the neck length gives her more adult age.
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    Nice sculpts i am interested on how you keep progressing them

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    ange321q, I'm glad to hear you like it. Thank you for comment about neck and eyes. I would never think about it like that.
    Now I will try to keep this in my mind

    Moths , thank you mate. Hope I will improve. I'm planing to make full character somewere near. I will post something soon.

    Thank you for interest, it's very encouraging to keep posting
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    Mature Audiences Female figure study

    A quick study I did today. I'am planing to dress her up and put into a scene, so I can practice clothes
    and few other things. But before that I wnat her to be at least 'not bad'. I know I messed up much,
    but I need you to point that out ant tell me yours thoughts



    and here's a quick sketch. I am planing to detail the hair more, but I have few projects in my mind now.



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    Default Bullterier wip

    A doggy I'm working on. Part of a bigger project.




    Don't know how to start the fur and I have problems with paws. Any tips?
    Please comment
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    Default More work on a bull

    Some more work on a bullterier:

    I started tooth.

    (he's just smiling I wont make him aggressive. I love these dogs )

    I refinde paws.
    Front:


    and a back:


    Your thoughts would be very helpfull.
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