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Another guache attempt? This is my first time painting from a model (I usually use charcoal, pencil or ink...)
Hi there, and welcome!
I especially like the last two drawings in your most recent entry, the pen mountains and the pastel landscape. Are these from life or photographs?
More flowers! This is watercolor and gauche (er I mean guache... gouache?)
Wow I love your hand sketches! Just out of curiosity, how long do you think you're spending on each one? I've been considering a similar challenge and your sketchbook is a real inspiration :)
Wow, that turtle is great! I like the last figure study as well, how long are these poses?
Haven't had a lot of time for art over the last few days, but here's a study of a big fake flower I did with watercolor and colored pencils. Both of these are relatively new mediums for me but I am...
This stuff is all a great, keep it up!!!!
Nice self portrait, is that from a mirror or a photograph? I like the color choices with the background!
Wow these are great!
Is that supposed to be a smiley face on that last one because I cannot stop seeing it and its adorable (and awesome!)
I reaaaaallly like the colors on this, and I like how much you can see the process; I'm glad you're planning on keeping the pencils.
Your sketchbook is great!
I love those environments, beautiful work!
The places that jump out at me are the ear and the left (her right) eye. Also the strokes on the neck look less "finished" than those on the face.
(Nice work, though, I especially like the hair!)
Here's some of the stuff I've done in the last couple of weeks:
Still lives in photoshop (from life), 2-5 hours each:
20 minute pose, brush pen:
My name is Jackie and I am (very) new to CA. I'm 24 years-old, and while I've been drawing my whole life I've only recently begun taking my art seriously. Looking around CA these...
Love the face studies and the reptile plush study!
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