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Daily Sketch 13 - Deadpool

I got a new Moleskine sketchbook in a human size after drooling over JR's (see http://jimssketchblog.blogspot.jp/) nifty LotR one. Mine is the ltd. ed. Mickey Mouse one, so there! Anyway, after talking to several artist friends, I've decided to use this bigger sketchbook to explore things I've drawn in my smaller one. 
This is my first big sketch. It's Deadpool because I recently started reading Deadpool MAX (almost wrote DP MAX, but that would be oh so wrong) and I really liked it. Kyle Baker is so awesome and he's the reason I bought it. 

This is the smaller piece I did yesterday that inspired the bigger one. 

I won't be doing the big drawings every day, but whenever I want to explore new stuff or try new techniques I'll use the bigger book to do so. The challenge for this particular piece was doing all the scarring. The texture overwhelmed the costume tatters as I was afraid it would, but I'm still not unhappy with the results. 
I'd be happy to take any kind of constructive criticism. 

Here's a guide:
Unconstructive crit: You suck. 
Constructive crit: You suck because... and you would suck less if you...

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