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    Thanks both of you. Yes - in all fairness I...

    Thanks both of you. Yes - in all fairness I invented the pose without ref and then developed my first attempt into the painting, brought in background later where as really I should have explored the...
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    arenhaus - Thanks for the comment. I'm definitely...

    arenhaus - Thanks for the comment. I'm definitely doing those kind of studies alongside whatever paintings I've got on the go. I'm going back to basics in my sketchbook on anatomy and Loomis on...
  3. Its hard to crit these - they're good and...

    Its hard to crit these - they're good and obviously with invented creatures you decide on the anatomy. Not sure whether you are using real bugs for reference. No.6 strikes me as not being correct....
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    @Azura Pesant - Looking a lot better. I wanted to...

    @Azura Pesant - Looking a lot better. I wanted to mention a book you could look at - Glenn Fabry's Anatomy for Fantasy Artists. Some really good insights into how he constructs a painting from start...
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    Crit my Kurgan

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    I could do with some feedback on this piece I'm working on for a friend. He asked me for a painting of either of The Kurgan from Highlander or Tiny Tim from the muppets..We joked "how...
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    SketchBook: Great anatomy studies M.Calza, It'll be...

    Great anatomy studies M.Calza, It'll be interesting to see where you go next with them.. I'm going to subscribe to your thread.
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    SketchBook: Really like your pen portrait sketches Rakno,...

    Really like your pen portrait sketches Rakno, such a definite use of line. Faces are your strong point for sure but I can sense you're maybe not as confident with bodies and poses. I'll keep checking...
  8. SketchBook: Awesome figure sketches Johan. You say you've...

    Awesome figure sketches Johan. You say you've been lazy but It really doesn't seem so with the amount of anatomy studies you've done. They will totally benefit your work in the long run, you already...
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    SketchBook: Thanks M.Calza. I agree - trying to absorb a lot...

    Thanks M.Calza. I agree - trying to absorb a lot of anatomy right now just because I want to strengthen my drawing from memory so I'll be sure to hunt those down. I've already found a Loomis pdf I...
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    SketchBook: I like the loose rendering and brush work in your...

    I like the loose rendering and brush work in your characters back there. It gives a more traditional feel something I struggle with personally in Photoshop but find easier in Painter. I think if...
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    Testing 5, 6, 7, 9

    Testing 5, 6, 7, 9
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    Testing, testing 2, 3, 4..

    Testing, testing 2, 3, 4..
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    SketchBook: stevebeadleart's sketchbook

    Greetings. I'm Steve and I'm making the plunge into the vast and sprawling pit of incredible conceptart.org

    My background is in Fine Art Painting but recently I've felt the almost irresistible...
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