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    Great idea Col,and nice to see you work things out.Sketchup is a great tool in the Artist Toolbox.

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    Thanks Scott
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    Just want to say how much it means to me that you guys are following my progress. It's a real encouragement to keep me on the straight and narrow

    I'll get a few more sketches up soon, i've just discovered charcoal and i love it, there's something about it that makes it feel easier, more relaxed to sketch, not sure what it is about it, it's very relaxing
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    The weird thing about sketching for me is that once there are enough missed lines, you can tell which lines are the correct ones. And as long as you have the right lines in place, the mind discards the incorrect lines as artistic. for example: http://farm1.static.flickr.com/146/4...50d74f41_b.jpg as opposed to this very down to earth image of master chief's helmet: http://www.loadedbrush.com/RoughSketches/SP.jpg

    I think that's why you like the charcoal. It's easier to get the impression that the right line is in there somewhere. =D
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    Hey Silentman... Still sketchin? Just checkin in on ya... Hope all is well
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    Gidday Silentman...don't be soooo silent with your sketches
    As Sketch said hope your o.k?

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    Oh hey guys, thanks for checking in on me, been caught up with life of late, i've also been studying one of my favorite art styles, Celtic Art or Knotwork to others, it's fairly complexed but i love it, i will be sure to post something up soon, the latest sketch i've been working is a birthday card for Mum, it has the tree of life on it, sketched from an Oak tree photo reference, i'll post that one shortly once i've got it a little more finished.

    Again thanks for checking in on me
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    The sketch of that house is good Silentman, I'm lousy at buildings.

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    Thanks alot Sandy, it's a bit out of perpesctive though, but i'm trying hard to learn the perspective techniques, practice practice practice so they say lol
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