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don't look at it!
Buy a mirror. Stop doing self portraits from photos. you will learn a lot more from life.
These are real nice. funky line work nice choice of colors environments good compositions. But...sometimes as much as i like detail i feel there is a bit too much. I'm not sure were i'm supposed to...
Cardboard paper raiding skips for panels. Just put some Gesso on them to make sure the oil doesn't soak in.
and i found this other day http://ronbigelow.com/articles/adv_comp/adv_comp.htm
neither of which i have read but i hear the book is good...
i was going to say more life drawing but you appear to have that covered so keep it up!
Time to start dumping! when i find it that is..
I seem to have broken the perspective a bit...
Heyiel: thnks for feedback. yes anatomy studying! don't think I've done any for 2 months now...
while i have 5 minutes time to upload
Valyavande I would like to update more but finding the time between work and drawing...I should set some aside at weekends..
Heads don't seem to like me much. Its all starting to click together...
so.. were's the new ones?! more!!
and i recommend you do them from life 'cause you will be more awesome that way.
Also i really like how you handle your brushes give it a sort of lively? feel to...
Something looks wrong with his right leg. to me it looks very short and not attached...
did a paint over to try and explain better.
apples make me hungry =(
use ref ref
the whole gesture is off. sit in the pose yourself. her top half is pointing in the opposite direction I would expected it to be.
tried with a photo this time....
The ear I would take another look at that. seems to have been pushed into her head and rushed. I would say its to dark as well as its facing the same way as her masseter.
The forehead looks flat....
apparently not...this should fix it
Elwell, not much is happening really. the ball is generating energy and that guy is watching it..
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