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    Steppe Warriors

    I found a link with a LOT (...a LOT!) of images on steppe warriors...it will be slow to load it all, but there are references from ancient to modern warriors in there.
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    Military Toy Link

    I found these useful for battlefield reference...good size images with detail. Check this link for more samples like the one below.

    http://www.candctoyemporium.com/catalog_bar.html

    Hope this...
  3. Thread: Realism Crits

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    I think you should use reference to get a better...

    I think you should use reference to get a better grasp of terrain by either copying from nature or research landscapes. Your value range could also use some work, as some areas could go lighter...
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    Art: Thanks for the kind comments yousa, I really...

    Thanks for the kind comments yousa, I really appreciate it. Only the 100 heads is a photo (each 3"x4" portrait was mounted on the same board)
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    I like your approach with the variety of...

    I like your approach with the variety of character designs, as they have great use of shape/design, although they could use more depth or volume. This could be easily fixed by adding more values to...
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    Yes, the gesture is still off from the picture....

    Yes, the gesture is still off from the picture. Notice in the photo the action curve of her body, and then look at yours. In your drawing, her back is a lot straighter and look at the negative space...
  7. Thread: Girly Sketch

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    If you really want to improve you need to learn...

    If you really want to improve you need to learn perspective first, then figure out the proportions of the body. I wouldn't work on a full action pose yet until you do so... otherwise its just going...
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    No offense Dinky: You can say what you want, but...

    No offense Dinky: You can say what you want, but from what I've seen here you still have a long way to go with just drawing. "Drawing is the probity of art". If you can draw really well, painting...
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    I think the images could be a bit bigger, so the...

    I think the images could be a bit bigger, so the mistakes could be spotted easier. I also think you are moving in too early on color because the drawings need improvement on anatomy, gesture, and...
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    Art: Awesome portraits here! Really! You kinda remind...

    Awesome portraits here! Really! You kinda remind of Van Gogh in a way. I don't know if its just me...anyone else agree?
  11. Thread: Waterfall

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    I really like the bottom left foreground element...

    I really like the bottom left foreground element you added, but I'm not sure what it is. Is it a rock? A flipped over upside down boat? A whale coming out of the water? This is why its so important...
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    I would start a sketchbook thread in the...

    I would start a sketchbook thread in the "sketchbooks" section if you want an overall opinion. That way you can keep posting new art in your thread and receive advice as you add more. Hope this helps.
  13. Aside from these guys GREAT advice, I would also...

    Aside from these guys GREAT advice, I would also suggest drawing the whole body. I see a lot of people avoiding the lower portion of the legs and feet. This shows lack of confidence. I say take on...
  14. Thread: Waterfall

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    Yes, that is better! Keep going though, you could...

    Yes, that is better! Keep going though, you could push this even further. I think whats bothering me now is the water. The reflections don't seem believable. Keep referencing on waterfalls and ripple...
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    Hmm, interesting. Reminds me of an artist named...

    Hmm, interesting. Reminds me of an artist named Greg Simkins http://www.imscared.com/U.htm. As for critique, I'd post just one image in here if you want to be more specific...as well as pencil...
  16. Thread: Waterfall

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    The painting is lacking a sense of depth and...

    The painting is lacking a sense of depth and perspective. It needs more value and I would suggest playing more with scale or size. This could be done by playing more with foreground, middleground,...
  17. Thread: Crits please!

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    orkaboy, Well theres a lot ot point out here,...

    orkaboy,

    Well theres a lot ot point out here, but I'll tell you the ones I can spot right away that could use some improvement.

    The guys hands seem flat because it looks like he doesn't have...
  18. Thread: my first time

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    I'm not sure if you got to this stage yet, but...

    I'm not sure if you got to this stage yet, but this is what I was talking about.. :yayca:
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    Art: MidgardSerpent, Thanks for the comments and...

    MidgardSerpent,

    Thanks for the comments and feedback. Yes, that is nosehair! That idea came from having an itchy nose so I figure why not? Haha. As for being more subtle with the sad portrait, I...
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    This is what I think needs to be done: Well first...

    This is what I think needs to be done: Well first off, I would say to draw the whole figure! Don't ditch her legs, you will benefit more if you draw all of her. Secondly, I think you are moving in...
  21. Thread: Help Jack out?

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    Not a bad start. My advice for you would be to...

    Not a bad start. My advice for you would be to draw longer more confident lines. Do not be afraid to mess up. I would recommend drawing either from life or from a photo reference for now.
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    Well Dinky, as for traditional art its still best...

    Well Dinky, as for traditional art its still best to learn how to really draw first before painting. Draw, draw, draw, and then some (if you really want to see progress). Just get a small sketchbook...
  23. Thread: water

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    I think whats lacking is the flow of the water....

    I think whats lacking is the flow of the water. You could push it further to support that he's really surfing into those waves. The ocean needs more direction in it. You could also show a stronger...
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    "The artist must first learn diligence."

    Diligence/accuracy over rapid execution first. I know you mentioned diligence but Leonardo seemed to really stress this.
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    Art: Hmm, your lines need more confidence in them....

    Hmm, your lines need more confidence in them. Practice drawing longer lines, and stay loose or else your character will look stiff. Hope this helps.
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