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02 Apr 2017 17:46 #15683 by Mr. Sabrosito
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opening this to make me sketch as much as i can.





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02 Apr 2017 17:55 #15685 by Charlotte
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Welcome Mr Sabrosito!
We're always happy to see moooore! So this is a good place for sketches :)
I like what you posted so far, especially the gooey face :P

Any an all misspellings are henceforth blamed on the cat.
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02 Apr 2017 21:11 #15686 by Valence
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Hello there! :)
And hello to the excellent work you've posted. :lol:

All three are good (especially in the way that they are different) but I'm claiming the third as my favourite.
I like that painterly style and the well rendered flesh. It looks like a piece of classical painting with a sinister modern twist.

I hope this thread really does make you sketch more if this is the result. ;)
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03 Apr 2017 02:57 - 03 Apr 2017 02:57 #15688 by Mr. Sabrosito
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@Charlotte thanks, that means a lot to me.

@valence much appreciate it

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06 Apr 2017 00:38 #15704 by Mr. Sabrosito
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30 second gestures.

maaan im so rusty ...............




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06 Apr 2017 00:40 #15705 by Mr. Sabrosito
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Not so long not so short studies




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06 Apr 2017 01:15 #15707 by Atto
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Gorgeous stuff Mr S. Those are excellent studies with such a clear sense of warm and cold light in the 1st and the detail of reflection in the 2nd is fantastically well observed.
And if thats you being rusty cant wait to see you hit your stride!

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06 Apr 2017 07:34 #15709 by Charlotte
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Have to agree with Atto. Those mountains look gorgeous and at first I took the metal object to the right to be the reference photo :blink:

The pose sketches are nice too - very simple yet they perfectly convey what the figure is "doing". (Even if they're not doing much but posing!)

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06 Apr 2017 23:14 - 06 Apr 2017 23:15 #15710 by Valence
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All these are wonderful and far beyond my skills but I think I'm most envious of the gesture poses that are not remotely rusty.
Every single one of those little people manages to look natural and balanced and dynamic.

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08 Apr 2017 18:47 - 08 Apr 2017 18:51 #15714 by Mr. Sabrosito
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@Valence lol please you´re flattering my stuff too much, im such a noob

@Charlotte they are in the patagonia (argentina)

@Atto yeah man, last year i have practically quitted (again ) i didnt felt like drawing much , and the fact that when i came back from work my eyes were so tired from looking to a screen all day and them me trying to be consistent doing excersice at nights , that whenever i have spare time, i just prefered to do something else than just keept struggling with art , and just have fun doing something else . But here i am again , lol :unsure:

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