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  1. Thread: Who'd A Thunk?

    by Niva.
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    SketchBook: I have to say I really love the progress of THIS...

    I have to say I really love the progress of THIS ONE

    I noticed you were asking if anyone has pointers on how to capture your image better because detail is getting lost. I'm guessing the image is...
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    SketchBook: Heh, all the more reason not to use the...

    Heh, all the more reason not to use the mechanical - this forces you to use a normal pencil, and not always one with a sharp point.

    Here's a trick I use every now and then - use a soft 2B...
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    SketchBook: The self portraits are all very good - and the...

    The self portraits are all very good - and the last one is a nice departure for you, it's much more loose and free and expressive.

    Be careful on your proportions - on the chess playing girl, her...
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    A couple of things may help here. The arm is...

    A couple of things may help here. The arm is rotated quite high where you would see under the arm and the palm of the left hand. It is too short as well. If rotate the arm less the elbow and tricep...
  5. Thread: Who'd A Thunk?

    by SEVANS
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    SketchBook: Apart from some of your proportions being abit of...

    Apart from some of your proportions being abit of here and there, some decent work.

    I really like your ink work, and the textures and volume that you manage to create in them. This sense of form...
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    Even though they don't show in the blurry photo,...

    Even though they don't show in the blurry photo, I'm pretty confident you have eyelashes...
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    Looking pretty good so far. For the textures of...

    Looking pretty good so far. For the textures of the skin I would say that using different preset brushes would be good for this, like for instance use the sponge brush on a different layer and play...
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    hey there! looking all right so far! I'm not...

    hey there!

    looking all right so far!
    I'm not too familiar with painter either but I think there are some paper textures you could use effectively for skin texture - occasionally varying the...
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    I know if photoshop there's a ton of brushes I...

    I know if photoshop there's a ton of brushes I would use for it, but not sure what would be the best way in painter. I'd experiment with the fine spray airbrush. Tweak the spread and lower the...
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    SketchBook: loving your stroke technique. On the Colored...

    loving your stroke technique. On the Colored assassin piece for your ink layer change the layer property to multiply. It will keep the integrity of your ink lines and you wont get that thin lightness...
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    SketchBook: Everything looks awesome, but they say that the...

    Everything looks awesome, but they say that the tablet is not so good for learning to paint, better to go back to traditional stuff, like acrylics, after you learn with that you can be benefited by...
  12. Thread: Who'd A Thunk?

    by Kapope
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    SketchBook: Really cool stuff, lovin' the angry dragon and...

    Really cool stuff, lovin' the angry dragon and the thief (?) guy.

    1 crit I have it that the ladies hips on the 4th one are really thin.

    Nice crosshatching on your armored death guy.

    Looking...
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