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#21
I really enjoy youre studies, Hozure. Keep it coming! And I have a question - do you do anything traditionally apart from those digital studies? ;)

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#22
@devares: I don't do a lot of traditional aside from drawing in my sketchbook when I'm out and about, and I'm not a huge fan of exploring a mixture of traditional mediums (hence why my sketchbook is only pencil OR ink) since I'm more focused on the drawing/technique aspect. I have this mindset where traditional is for technique and digital is where I get more creative and so my sketchbook is usually filled with observational drawings of people. 

Value studies and compressing values. Pretty fun.



Thumbnails WIP for future story events. Trying to keep it simple yet effective.

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#23
Your quantity and discipline are on point. I really like the way you implement your influences and still keep it fresh too.

Keep figuring out those values! I need to do the same, actually :D.

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#24
I can't seem to add attachments anymore(?) Testing.  Files were too big. 

Died for a bit but rest assured I was still doin' the daily.



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#25
Head structures and painting practice.





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#26
Love your traditional sketches! Especially the guy with the creature :) Keep up the good work!

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#27
Think I'm getting the hang of the not-flat-face thing.

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#28
on thing that helps me a lot in digital sketching is pulling the proportions down, like to elongate the entire sketch. It can really add a good kick to a drawing ;), especially if it looks pudgy

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#29
@Fedodika:  Yeah, I'll need to figure out how to tweak proportions to keep that attractive/cuteness factor active.
Lacking in the upload department, but I swear I haven't been slacking.








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#30
Awesome sketchbook. Everything looks really nice.

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#31
@Vicianus Thanks.

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#32
Really nice stuff here Hozure :). Your work has really nice structure and your painting is fantastic - magical works here.

Keep working - looking foward to more :).

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#33
Nice sketchbook! I love how smooth your blending is and those recent sketches look fantastic. Keep up the good work.
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#34
@Artloader: Appreciate it!
@Pattison: Will do.












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#35
gr8 life stuff m8

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#36
At last, Hozure! I saw your drawings of some naked ladies! MOAR! :D BTW, I enjoy your construction lines, how did you develop those? It seems you're pretty good at wrapping them lines around the form, which makes the latter very clear. Have to try that, oh yeah, I do. Cheers! ;)

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#37
nice lifestudies :) or they look like they are from life at least XD im sure you must be leveling up tons! Love your work :D
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#38
@AngeliquevdMee : The leveling is coming along slowly :P
@devares : I draw a lot on the transit, and people are always moving quickly so I gotta find a shorthand and capture form as quick as I can, then I worry about the outlines after. Or vice versa. Whichever I feel like. Helps tons with foreshortening.
@Fedodika : thx m8

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#39
This is some really nice work dude, you also seem to have a really good grasp on how to apply your studies and realism to your stylized stuff, I love it :D.
btw have you studied Cushart Krenz by any chance? some of these figure studies are reminding me of hes methods.

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#40
@Trigger: Thanks! Haven't studied him extensively, mainly glossed over and peeked here and there. I actually didn't realize those body/form sketches belonged to him until very recently, but yeah I love his stuff. 

Not sure if I'm doing notan correctly. How much detail I can include before it loses the simple message purpose?




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