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Colored Sketches 3 by BerolEagle Colored Sketches 3 by BerolEagle
Mores random drawings, scanned A4 copy paper and colored in Photoshop CS1 and SAI.
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:iconthelittlepinkrabbit:
I loved the way you used the colors, your drawings are wonderful!!!
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PhilDeCreator Oct 26, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Very unique style ! U earned a +fav 
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BeladinAceFyre440 Jan 16, 2012  Student Digital Artist
the one with a bandanna kinda reminds me of Johnny Depp, but its a wonderful picture none the less
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Bridgelexe Oct 22, 2011   Digital Artist
These are just gorgeous! Each character drawn looks different, your good with defining different facial structures. I love how you drew the girl on the top right. <3
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:iconberoleagle:
Drawing each person unique, to me it keeps it from being a repetitive process, of course if I was drawing a comic I would have to respect the characters features but sketching I just try to vary as much as possible.

Thanks for the commment!
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AdamantDragon Oct 13, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
And another work of yours that goes into my faves, I really like your drawing style man.

You do facial expressions so well, there's a real diversity in facial structures too... I'm still having troubles with those. Maybe I should take drawing classes.
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:iconberoleagle:
There's really a limited number of lips, eyes, nose, face shapes... once I memorized all the basic variables (there aren't that many) it's just a matter of changing the distance and scale of the features, the combination is what makes each face unique, of course there are countless variables and regional differences beyond the basic ones so continued research and practice is quite important.

If you can get the Loomis and Bridgman books and take life drawing lessons you're on the right path, I wish I could draw from life with models but where I live not many have any interest in arts.
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AdamantDragon Oct 15, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I see... thanks for the explanation, it's much appreciated. I'll definitely get my hands on both their books and further expand on my drawing abilities.

I always loved drawing, and I got the feeling that I'll enjoy it even more when I lessen as much as possible all the limitations I currently have.
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athousandknives Oct 13, 2011  Student Digital Artist
The dude in the shades reminds me of a friend of mine :3
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:iconberoleagle:
That's quite interesting, I always seem to draw people that reminds people of other people but I can't really say why that happens.
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