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    That aint a bad effort - the things that could be...

    That aint a bad effort - the things that could be improved are pretty small as opposed to big glaring problems.

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    The main thing I noticed was that she has a very masculine face - which...
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    Haven't been on here for a couple of months -...

    Haven't been on here for a couple of months - kinda lost heart so I really admire your persistence and this new iteration is definitely better. However, I DO think you are making life harder for...
  3. Tinybird has hit the nail on the proverbial head....

    Tinybird has hit the nail on the proverbial head. There's lots that I like about this - interesting design - nice menacing pose - he has a real sense of weight about him, but you need to focus more...
  4. Hey there, As your question seemed to be about...

    Hey there,

    As your question seemed to be about your overall approach and not just about this particular painting, I decided to have a quick snoop on your deviant art to see what you're up to.

    I...
  5. Hi Ellie, I think that you've got a conflict...

    Hi Ellie,

    I think that you've got a conflict between your lighting and your texture work. You have a lot of hue shifts but I don't think it's quite working because it's confusing your eye - I mean...
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    Not ignoring this! Just on holiday in the UK for...

    Not ignoring this! Just on holiday in the UK for a couple of weeks and discovered that one of my computers that I left at my mum's house isn't working at the moment - so no work on this til I fix it....
  7. Well if you go with the case of the photographer...

    Well if you go with the case of the photographer who got his work stolen by AFP and ended up with a payout of millions, there's not really a limit as such as to what you can expect. Just a practical...
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    Hmmm... well... Have you done traditional...

    Hmmm... well...

    Have you done traditional painting or drawing? It's certainly more natural to develop a broad sweeping stroke style when you are painting across a large canvas - doing the kind of...
  9. Its easy. Find the nearest county court. You fill...

    Its easy. Find the nearest county court. You fill out some forms, pay for the sherrif to serve a notice and wait for his response. Doesn't cost much I think it was 50 Euros equivalent last time I had...
  10. Its pretty simple, just find out where they are...

    Its pretty simple, just find out where they are domiciled i.e. who the domain is registered to, the legal entity etc... Most countries have a pretty simple small claims court process which is usually...
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    Hey Candra, you're the second person to mention...

    Hey Candra, you're the second person to mention the idea of softening the edges on the mountain range. In all honesty I'm not sure where to go on that. I was concerned that softening them would make...
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    Just grab some reference of clouds (do a google...

    Just grab some reference of clouds (do a google search for 'heavenly clouds') I'm sure you'll come up with something decent - and then paint it.

    The problem with the background at the moment is it...
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    Hey Anjyil, That's a very telling exercise...

    Hey Anjyil,

    That's a very telling exercise right? Straight away I can see that your stroke work needs improving - that you seem locked into directions instead of using strokes to define broad...
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    StefRob - I think I see what was bothering you...

    StefRob - I think I see what was bothering you and I fixed it - the shadow side was too grey blue- I had a look at some more reference online (everyone wears red in the snow) - so I upped the...
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    It's not easy to construct figures with heavy...

    It's not easy to construct figures with heavy perspective. At the moment this doesn't look right. I would work from reference myself...
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    Where did you find that lady? She looks like...

    Where did you find that lady? She looks like she's about 600 years old. I mean I live in a quite backwards part of the world but old ladys don't look like that even here. There's horses and carts but...
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    Stef - I can't see any difference? What did you...

    Stef - I can't see any difference? What did you change?

    Oh wait - I see - I was looking at the ground shadow, but you mean the shadow side of her body. I'm not sure. Here's a photo of some sheep...
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    Hi Dahlia - I had that feeling too and was going...

    Hi Dahlia - I had that feeling too and was going to show a sort of silhouette of the city through the clouds but I wanted to wait and see if anyone else saw that too.

    I'll fix it up. Thanks and...
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    I had a click on those links below your post just...

    I had a click on those links below your post just to see what your work looked like (curious) - it doesn't look like your work starts on black canvasses? Are you telling me all that stuff (even like...
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    Hey there - I think you're making life mucho...

    Hey there - I think you're making life mucho difficult for yourself trying to paint onto a black canvas.

    Unless you are super experienced, It's not something I'd really try. There's a reason why...
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    Art: That's a very brave picture to try an paint as a...

    That's a very brave picture to try an paint as a relative new comer so congrats for the effort. The reason why it's hard is because the range between light and dark in your reference is very subtle....
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    Hi there. Its nice to see this evolving, but if I...

    Hi there. Its nice to see this evolving, but if I may be so bold, I think that perhaps you suffer from an inability to 'let go'? Sometimes painting is like dancing. The secret to dancing is being...
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    SketchBook: Hahaha crap. I was REALLY hoping there was...

    Hahaha crap. I was REALLY hoping there was another tool but I guess not! I can't really justify a cintiq atm so I guess I'll just be making curved space ships for the foreseeable future. My...
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    SketchBook: Hey thanks! It helps that I see snow and rock...

    Hey thanks!

    It helps that I see snow and rock a lot (living in the Pyrenees) - there was still snow outside my front door until last week and when I go on bike rides, grocery shopping etc... I...
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    SketchBook: Hey Benedikt - excellent work as always - you...

    Hey Benedikt - excellent work as always - you probably think it's funny but I hold you as my benchmark for progress. I was really intrigued to read about the reilly abstraction - I will check out...
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