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day 51 - 1 hour
My wrist is super sore so I couldn't work long :(
day 50 - 1 hour
I'm going to try to finish the trees in the next day or so
day 49 - 3 hours
day 48 - 5 hours
I guess I have to quit - I didn't miss any days :( but I still got kicked out - I cant figure out who's in charge anymore so.
it was fun? :(
The dragon is done :'(
6hours day 44
day 43 - 3.5hours
I posted yesterday! I shouldn't be out! :(, Atey!
day 42 - 5 hours - I know I keep saying I'm going to finish it but I need more time!
day 41, 2hr
I was working on his paws again today - I'm going to finish him tonight but I have to wait for it to cool off
T_T so hot!
day14 - 30 minutes
Day 40 - 3h
I'll probably be finishing him tonight in hangouts
day 13 - 30min
top left is imagination -it's too damn hot to work today
It's so incredibly hot here today T_T
day12 - Wolfypaints- 45mins
Not much time today :)
I have to go out tonight so I'm posting early, I didn't get much time today
day 38 - Wolfypaints - 1h
chapter 1 lesson 1 of Classical Figure drawing Atelier done! Wohoo!
Day 37 Dragon! 6-ish hours
Brownie Points for Zauselbart!!
dannymartinez! you can speed up the forum by going into your general settings and reducing the number of posts that display per page! The forum is 10x faster when...
day 36 -Wolfypaints- 2.5h
This is all I had time for today. I've been an Atelier book and it says the best way to improve is some master figure studies.
brownie points if you know who the master I studied is :yum:
Click for the last 10 minute imagination study :p
day35! 3hours - getting it all built up now :) I think it will be done in the next two days. -think-
day 8 - 1 hour
I love my cintiq - but it's a nightmare when it's hot outside and your hands start to sweat
Any idea how hard it is to draw when your hand is sticking to the screen!? -...
day34 - 1 hour - they're starting to look like trees!
day 34? Wolfypaints 2h
working on getting that big cedar to look right