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  1. SketchBook: Been casually following your progress the last...

    Been casually following your progress the last couple of years. It's awesome to see how strong your work is getting - the dedication - and at such a young age! Truly inspiring.
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    Your paintings are only going to be as good as...

    Your paintings are only going to be as good as your drawings. Painting is drawing, with the added complications of color, and the workings of the medium itself.

    First thing I'd work in, drawing...
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    SketchBook: Awesome sketchbook :) I really dig the...

    Awesome sketchbook :) I really dig the perspective work you are doing!
  4. SketchBook: Hey man, nice work. You have a nice sense of...

    Hey man, nice work. You have a nice sense of value going on and your overall sense for colors is getting stronger. You might want to bring out some harder brushes and bring out those sharp accents...
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    Get up early and just draw. Go to bed early. Good...

    Get up early and just draw. Go to bed early. Good for your psyche. If your decitions on wether to draw or not are based on emotions, remember that what you want is mileage. Success depends on the...
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    SketchBook: Hey thanks guys! It's always great to get some...

    Hey thanks guys! It's always great to get some support :D

    Here's two versions of the same thing, the second picture an earlier state, with construction lines and all. I like both versions, but the...
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    SketchBook: Hey thanks guys! I'm just posting some oldies...

    Hey thanks guys!

    I'm just posting some oldies to keep this thread going. Plus my very first still life from quite some time ago. That little thumbnail might turn into something one day.
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    SketchBook: Hey thanks for the replies guys! I'll have to...

    Hey thanks for the replies guys! I'll have to answer later. Here's some stuff, not too much to show yet, but that'll change. I went digital again, because why not :) Expect some updates every now and...
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    SketchBook: Hey man, Gottfried Bammes' drawings are pretty...

    Hey man,
    Gottfried Bammes' drawings are pretty good example on "wire frame" construction. After the time at the FAA, I could definitely see better and felt like I had a better eye for seeing the...
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    SketchBook: Nice studies! Accuracy is improved through...

    Nice studies! Accuracy is improved through practice, so no stress. Accuracy, the way I like to see it, is also very helpful tool, it's kinda like a chess game, but not it's really a means to an end....
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    Probably just repeating what everyone else said,...

    Probably just repeating what everyone else said, but..

    Never thought there was a right answer to this (do this, don't do that etc). It's an intuitive thing. As already stated, learning anatomy...
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    Usually when I see artists obsess over surface...

    Usually when I see artists obsess over surface quality, they end up ignoring structure.

    Personally, I gave up on using the stump when I realized that my eye for proportion, line quality,...
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    SketchBook: Thanks for the resurrection! Here's some current...

    Thanks for the resurrection! Here's some current and not so current work. From life.
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    Long studies inform quick studies. It all depends...

    Long studies inform quick studies. It all depends on the purpose of the drawing. Always do both.

    Edit: Wait, i should read other posts better
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    Bowlin, I would guess he's talking about...

    Bowlin, I would guess he's talking about simplicity. Simplicity is never easy...
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    Ignore your ego and keep drawing. Reading books...

    Ignore your ego and keep drawing. Reading books about drawin/painting usually sets my mind in the right mode if I'm down. Keep things simple and logical for your self. People who get far technically...
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    Art: These definitely have great potential! I agree...

    These definitely have great potential! I agree completely with Elwell. Also, Rackham was the first name the popped up in my head when I saw this. Superficially, you share many things in style and...
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    Mine fore next year should be, work, love and...

    Mine fore next year should be, work, love and being financially comfortable as an artist. Last one's a wild card...more of a 5 year goal.
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    Probably wasn't my most well written or...

    Probably wasn't my most well written or informative post. My point is that there is no single manner or source of information out there that will provide the "best" or "ultimate" learning experience....
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    I'm just gonna post some of the things I've been...

    I'm just gonna post some of the things I've been listening to a lot lately. Some people identify too strongly with what they like, think and believe. It's self defeating in the end.

    Gotta love...
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    SketchBook: Hey that's not a bad start. Before laying the...

    Hey that's not a bad start. Before laying the thing completely aside, I'd adress at least 2 problems:

    Values: Try to classify your values. Group them and see how different areas receive light,...
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    I thought so too, untill i sat down and studied...

    I thought so too, untill i sat down and studied (as in carefully/anally copied) some plates from Richer's book. I was trying to make sense of the hands at the moment (still am) and decided to start...
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    What kev said. I can't make heads and tails out...

    What kev said. I can't make heads and tails out anything before I have tried hard to do it myself. I think anatomy and construction is as nececcary for your observations as intervals and scales are...
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    Talent is a good start. The rest is hard work.

    Talent is a good start. The rest is hard work.
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    Blogmatrix, if talent is the ability of not...

    Blogmatrix, if talent is the ability of not holding your self back by thinking too much, maybe you could consider to stop making posts like that one above.

    Drawing is a bit of a game of...
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