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I know the exact feeling! I personally think its best to plan it out simple and rough. You can always say, 100% accuracy, but if you don't make it you lose confidence. Perhaps 90% accuracy and 10%...
+5 hours or so, at some point i had to make notes for my workflow because every brushstroke had less effect the further i went.
The notes i had to make so far, cause honestly. At some moments you...
About the college thing, i share the experience. I dropped out after a year after an academic invitation. People were in it for the art instead of the heart. Its de-motivational. Now I'm here, and i...
Thanks, it does mean a lot. I actually managed to sleep for 16 hours. I'll try to take it slower, before i quit again.
PS: Jason, will there be other payment options besides Paypal?
O yeah, your rocking those still lifes! some pretty sweet surfaces dang :D What to say, keep smacking it! Or perhaps more ambitious studies?
doing a 2/3 day masterstudy of another Rembrandt, about 10 hours in.
Thanks for the motivator, always a strong support!
Roughly 10 hours in, indefinite struggling to make the transition into the finishing touches.
Oops, forgot to post here. I'm so forgetful, anyway, some work from the CA level up workshops! Beastly workout with Jason Manley!
8 hours or so without the breaks counted, tried to get the facial expression right, but i overpainted the eyes atleast 60 times, and just figured i should had worked on a larger canvas.
About 7 hours, much to say about the process but my brain seems to be on non-active whilst writing.
Rembrandt seems to use 4 or 5 types of brush strokes, a swoosh, a scratch, a pet, a curve and...
I guess the short answer is a silent room and a clear mind.
I got to focused on tone and lost all proportions, and had to replace the candle which ugh nearly drove me berserk ..
Agreed, low-key seems to be a good starting point. Thanks for that one :D
Rembrandt, Man in armor.
The helmets highlight catching the eye, followed by the curve of the helmet, and blocked in...
I know it wasn't in the assignment but i thought i might my first Rembrandt study. Which was quite a shock, since his brushstrokes felt somewhat like my own. Must be the Dutch blood in my veins :D
20-60-90-120 intervals, tried to slowdown and not jump into details and what not. Couldn't stop myself after 120min though. I feel if i slowdown more i can push it much further.
descending order apparently :D following the composition and tone classes from CA atm
Yes, you're right about that, i have a tendency to climb into details to soon and use to many tones. So now i try to stick to a hard brush with 3 tones. Black, white and middle grey. Bridgman had...
Had to redo the whole thing after 2 hours, then decided to keep it basic and reached 3 hours.
150min, i start out confident then slowly i retreat in safety instead of pushing
Yes, unfortunately I'm a heavy procrastinator so i try to stay at for 14 hours a day to make up for it. They call it A.D.D or something lol
Anyway, 120 minutes study, diffuse light with noon sun,...
~90 minutes, just keep dozing into sleep ugh
20 minute study,
Rudolf Ernst, "The Perfume Maker"
The composition shows the woman bringing the grapes, with a follow up on the girl representing the preparation of the perfume. Where the old...
40min master study from the CA on demand classes :D
The clock climber, i found it mesmerizing but didn't know why. Till i noticed the composition was build into the character, which would be the clock tower its bars!
Good proportions, i'd watch out for that cursed soft brush though