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    Actually, the top two are of my first sculpture...

    Actually, the top two are of my first sculpture ever: the 3rd photo is of my 2nd sculpture ever. :-)

    I hadn't been to this thread in a while. Silentrage, if you are still reading, sorry for the...
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    SketchBook: Here is a drawing in charcoal of a mysterious...

    Here is a drawing in charcoal of a mysterious fellow; I'm not really certain of his name, though he was a nice fellow with a very interesting face to draw.

    Drawn from life in 2010
    Vine Charcoal...
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    SketchBook: @blogmatix Thank you! I'm drawn to the...

    @blogmatix
    Thank you!

    I'm drawn to the atmospheric haze; I like the mystery.

    @Umbravita and Ludic
    Thank you!
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    JeffX99 and Ceteri are spot on. My advice...

    JeffX99 and Ceteri are spot on.

    My advice would be to concentrate on edge control: vary the quality of your edges.

    Sharp edges come forward and draw the viewer's attention: soft edges recede. ...
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    bishop2004 This is a very nice still life. ...

    bishop2004

    This is a very nice still life.

    I particularly like the apple; it is very well painted. Good job!

    The part about the bottle being skewed, I think that the main problem is the...
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    Savile, I think that is an improvement! The...

    Savile,

    I think that is an improvement!

    The softening of the outline and the background texture reduces the clutter and maintains the focus on the face and figure.

    I just realized that the...
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    Savile, Your piece is very dramatic, and...

    Savile,

    Your piece is very dramatic, and strikes me as particularly strong in the thumbnail.

    I like the idea of a woman in a gas mask, though, unless you are going to go through some sort of...
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    SketchBook: I saw on the previous page that you play tin...

    I saw on the previous page that you play tin whistle as well. Is that a Generation D? Judging from the head, it looks like one. My current favorite tin whistle is my Generation D that I tweaked to...
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    @Raoul Duke If aren't yet on Google +, I just...

    @Raoul Duke

    If aren't yet on Google +, I just invited you.
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    The above comments are instructive and...

    The above comments are instructive and informative, and you would do well to listen to them.

    My own 2 cents.

    Work from life, draw from life. And work in monochrome (ie black and white, brown...
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    The idea of a "fundamentals" sub-forum almost...

    The idea of a "fundamentals" sub-forum almost appeals to me, except this forum suffers from too much "feature creep" as it is; too many sub-forums, to many flashy graphics and animated gifs, too many...
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    @grockest, swampdigger, bbbbethhhh done

    @grockest, swampdigger, bbbbethhhh

    done
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    SketchBook: @ All Thanks! @ Sushy Yes they are from...

    @ All
    Thanks!

    @ Sushy
    Yes they are from life.

    Except the figure which is a mix of master study, anatomical study, and imagination.
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    SketchBook: the cruelty of victory is the pinnacle of life's...

    the cruelty of victory is the pinnacle of life's jubilation

    pastel on paper

    intended as a master study, anatomical study, and imaginary composition.
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    SketchBook: Aaron Fung's Sketchbook

    Last night I gazed upon a sky,
    As day was veiled by mist and shade;
    I knew the dream was just a lie,
    And watched the beautiful vision fade.

    In youth we dreamed the world was ours,
    And a single...
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    Although I agree with Jeffx99 about using the...

    Although I agree with Jeffx99 about using the best materials you can find, but realistically, most of your first paintings are not gonna rise above the level of studies.

    Therefore, I am of the...
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    Here is I :...

    Here is I : https://plus.google.com/117732466916071819704/posts

    Feel free to add me.
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    If anyone has any left, I'd really like an invite...

    If anyone has any left, I'd really like an invite :-) ytywyllwch77 [at] gmail [dot] com
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    I'd like an invite if there are any left......

    I'd like an invite if there are any left... aaronfung77 [at] gmail [dot] com
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    If they are still offering Stephen Perkins's...

    If they are still offering Stephen Perkins's Ecorche class as an online class, take it.

    Only take it if Stephen Perkins is the teacher; he's the only one that would be worth the money.

    Keep in...
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    Art: Great piece. They say the devil is in the...

    Great piece.

    They say the devil is in the details, and I especially like your handling of the details from the chain mail armor, to the design on the boat.

    I find it hard to believe that you...
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    BlogMatix I was just about to post that...

    BlogMatix

    I was just about to post that Bouguereau painting.

    Wonderful painting, and a nice departure from Bouguereau's usual subject of charming peasant girls.

    This is a great thread....
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    Nice drawing Jaffx99. Clearly, you know how to...

    Nice drawing Jaffx99.

    Clearly, you know how to use graphite; I have never quite figured graphite out. And in only 45 minutes? My hat's off to your display of skill.

    I like to think of my...
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    Good answers everyone. :-) Nice to see all...

    Good answers everyone.

    :-)

    Nice to see all the careful thought and reflection that went into our avatars.

    So much depth.
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    Stragan said: Lol! Stragan, this is...

    Stragan said:


    Lol!

    Stragan, this is awesome!

    Like glancing through the window into the soul of an artiste...

    Honestly, this made my day. :-)
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