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  1. Thread: Master Artist.

    by M.A.C.
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    hmm ur asking our opinion on the painting? In...

    hmm ur asking our opinion on the painting? In which case, its a nice rendering and technique, has a final fantasy feel for me. I find the composition a tad bit stiff and awkwardly cropped though.
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    mhm I think you're wasting time rendering right...

    mhm I think you're wasting time rendering right now. Learn form first, as in the planes of the apple, or any object. That can be done with just line. Learn to be able to visualize the object if it...
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    SketchBook: 1718599171860017186011718602 long time no...

    1718599171860017186011718602

    long time no update, thanks for looking-
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    SketchBook: @lionheartGFX-hey thanksss. yeah I'm not pushing...

    @lionheartGFX-hey thanksss. yeah I'm not pushing the imagination stuff as much. Partly out of fear I think, which is a bad reason. I need to work on drawing materials and all more, brain kind of goes...
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    SketchBook: some figure studies, boring (helpful) Hogarth...

    some figure studies, boring (helpful) Hogarth studies, weird character sketch, and some notes from the Caravaggio show at lacma
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    wait did fechin smudge? I always thought he did...

    wait did fechin smudge? I always thought he did most of his rendering with line. Like it's really subtle but I always felt he did something similar to da vinci, forgot the techniques name but yeah, I...
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    Hiroaki Samura, not everyone's cup of tea but...

    Hiroaki Samura, not everyone's cup of tea but definitely something to learn technique wise

    but like mentioned above, smudging with your finger doesn't work out too well

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    SketchBook: eh, gave up on some creature thing, idk, and a...

    eh, gave up on some creature thing, idk, and a page of drawings from generic google searches. have lots of these but fairly boring so wont bothering uploading 'em, thanks for loookin
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    'Anatomy Lessons from the Great Masters' is a...

    'Anatomy Lessons from the Great Masters' is a useful book, because not only is it filled with drawings to copy but also has lots of useful text which explains why the artist made a mark the way they...
  10. From what I get, your using the actual...

    From what I get, your using the actual measurement on your paper when instead you want to use it as a reference. So if a figure is say 6 1/2 heads in length you would then measure your drawing and...
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    SketchBook: onee from life, other from myyyy head (inspired...

    onee from life, other from myyyy head (inspired by one piece sort of.) the character needs color i feel, just to make some elements more clear like the glass helmet and the bandaged arm/sword...
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    SketchBook: heyyy, figured I'd drop by and give my two cents...

    heyyy, figured I'd drop by and give my two cents as well. Seeinggg progress for sure, one thing though, I think your hitting the general length correctly for the figures, but I feel your masses get a...
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    SketchBook: @lionheartGFX heyyy thanks thanks some more...

    @lionheartGFX

    heyyy thanks thanks

    some more stuffff, two from life and two from imagination, thanksss for looking
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    SketchBook: Pencils and stuff-critiques anyone?

    Some stuff from the past few weeks/month. Just some sketches I've done in between/during classes and some observational stuff. Will hopefully have time for more finished personal work, but college...
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    Joao Ruas 1542106 Adolf Hiremy-Hirschl...

    Joao Ruas

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    Adolf Hiremy-Hirschl (more so for how the hands/arms work in the composition)

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    Yes, I've seen his 'Mechanic' video and he goes...

    Yes, I've seen his 'Mechanic' video and he goes over the process, I was actually planning to re-watch that bit and figure out if I want to go that route.

    I was unawair of clear gesso, that's...
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    ahh, I completely forgot about that. I'm used to...

    ahh, I completely forgot about that. I'm used to sealing my drawings in thinned matte medium and then painting with acrylics, for some reason I just assumed gesso would work like matte medium when...
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    surface prep questions

    Hi, I'm planning to do a painting and had some questions about preparing the surface. I have the line drawing completed (graphite) on stonehenge paper. From here I want to prepare the surface so that...
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    Ahh I see, thank you very much.

    Ahh I see, thank you very much.
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    question regarding Sargent notes

    From the Sargent notes found on Craig Mullin's site:

    "At the start he used sparingly a little turpentine to rub in a
    general tone over the background and to outline the head (the real outline...
  21. Thread: Mo's Portfolio

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    Art: Mo's Portfolio

    -delete-
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    loomis figure drawing for all it's worth has a...

    loomis figure drawing for all it's worth has a section on using a box for the figure and such.

    personally, i don't feel that making a perspective grid for just a figure is needed, if the figure...
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    Didn't read the whole thread so my comment may be...

    Didn't read the whole thread so my comment may be off. Anyways, I don't see why other people, regardless of age, being better is significant. You don't have to be the best to make it in the industry,...
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    I was copying some drawing the other day and...

    I was copying some drawing the other day and noticed how the mark making would go in a general direction. I've noticed this before but it really clicked this time around. It's creating movement,...
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    maybe it's just me but Bridgman was confusing...

    maybe it's just me but Bridgman was confusing when I started studying anatomy. He was great for understanding form and function but I needed to reference other books to get a better idea of what he...
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