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nice page! My opinion only, but i think all the little "tik" lines that have basically the same line width look better on the backgrounds then all over the figures. Maybe you could find a way to feather the render lines more and use them selectively to give the image/figures some depth. Other than that, I like your layouts, work ethic, and effort. Wish I could stay home and just draw, but I've gotta work at a factory and do as much paying work(inking) as I can to keep a roof over my head. But I usually ink and study (loomis, figures, inks, ect.) 7 days a week regardless. Keep up the videos!
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Yea a agree, im still sort of finding my ground with it. Keep sending me the critiques brother! only makes me stronger :)
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I don't think you can really overemphasize composition. A lot of newer artists just want to draw cool poses without understanding what makes a good composition. The rule of thirds helps get your mind on composition. I think an entire video on the subject would be good for everyone.
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what possible kind of tone deaf idiots could take the time to give this a thumbs down?  This performance was amazing! Easy to be a critic when you have no talent I guess...
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first time hearing this album! Thanks! good stuff!
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this really came to life in the color stage. The one thing I would have done different with the inks, is on the character and glider, where the light source is coming from, I would have made a much thinner line, with those nice heavy lines you did on the shadow side of the character. This gives the drawing more life and dimension, and it's what the old school inkers did so well. When you think of everything as a 3d object, the effect of the light on that object is also critical in your thinking and placement of lines. I often put on other artists videos when I'm working to help keep me inspired, so keep posting!
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Yea I agree, I go a bit heavy handed and still need to work on rendering non organic objects. So you're saying just MUCH thinner on the lines above him? as that's where I was aiming my light source.
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The mapping pen is supposed to be the maru pen in manga 5, however, it truly isn't the same. The G pen  actually gets closer results to the maru pen as long as your pressure settings are "right" on your cintiq.
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good stuff, thanks for posting 
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