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  • Mood: Joy
  • Listening to: Prince
  • Reading: Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
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spytroop Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks for the faves
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Graymalkin2112 Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2014
Thanks for the fave!!
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exedor3 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow, thanks for all the faves! Much appreciated!
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artildawn Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2014  Professional General Artist
I see a lot of potential in your gallery, but would encourage you to push for more dynamic poses from time to time.  Many of your drawings make the characters look very stiff.  I understand foreshortening can be tough, it's worth the effort.
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MisterHydesSon Featured By Owner May 20, 2014
Been giving what you said a lot of thought.  And I will make more of an effort to make my art more dynamic, but what I don't want to lose is my authenticity.  I have seen many amazing art pieces, by most standards, lose my interest because it looks like someone else's work.  All the Batmen look like Jim Lee's work, etc.  What I pride my art on is my lack of reference, which makes it look immature by professional standards, or even stiff, but it is all from my mind.  But I must thank you for reminding me to keep the obvious in mind as well.  Thank you again.
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artildawn Featured By Owner May 20, 2014  Professional General Artist
No need to switch styles in order to create more dynamic poses.  It's more a matter or turning the subject or the "camera" to a different angle.  This is something I'm working on myself, so it's kind of easy to see the same issue in the work of others.  For example, many of your pieces so the subjects torso face on to viewing plane.  No matter that the action in the scene is.  

I draw mostly without reference too, so I understand the desire to do so.  I do study references thought, and will draw from reference to built a better understanding of how the body works. 

Where I do differ from many is that I have never developed a strong, distinct, individual style.  There are elements that are identifiable, but no overall look that "screams" it's my work.  I sometimes wish I had done that, but I've pushed more for variety then consistency. But that's just me. 

Cheers for taking the comment in stride.  I really do see a lot of potential in your work.  I think you just need to step outside your "comfort zone" a little.
Regards,
Michael
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MisterHydesSon Featured By Owner May 24, 2014
I must admit switching the angle would be alot of fun.  I really thank you for taking such time to talk to me in depth about how you feel about my art.  It is comforting to know someone out there really sees great things in my work.  I have dedicated my art to individual style development more than anything which is the opposite of your approach, yet I find it interesting that you are so versatile.  May we both influence each other to become greater artists as the years go by.  Please keep in touch and thank you for taking my art to the next level.
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MisterHydesSon Featured By Owner May 18, 2014
Thank you for the comment.  I appreciate it!
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Knight22179 Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2014
Thanks for the fave. :)
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Neokoi Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2013   General Artist
Thanks for the :iconfav3dplz:!!! :iconlaplz:
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