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    Turbosnail> Thanks for looking!






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    Oh man... I'm in awe of these recent colour-fu- total control over textures and spot-on for yer colours- keep it up!
    gyaaaah- care to post screens, or an explanation of your techniques by any chance?

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    a nice sturdy set of portraits

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    what took you so long?! oh well i think i can forgive you, this update is awesome =p your sense of color always impresses me. keep messing around with it =D

    and Merry Christmas

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    so... good... *dies*

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    Man your work is sweet. And so many statues you have drawn, I can really see it have helped you a lot! I gotta try that out, although what is that stroke method called that you use? I would like to learn that one, because it looks so good!

    Please update soon!

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    your use of representational and graphic styles in the full length portraits is great , really draws the eye towards the face of the subject. All these studies can do nothing but put you in good stead.

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    These are AMAZING! You've improved an epic amount!!!! Im really really hoping we can come to the V&A again soon.. and hopefully regularly again (stuff keeps getting the way damn it!) REALLY want to catch up with you guys! Keep up the stunning work, they're really inspiring

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    Really nice enviroment sketches! Can u give some pointers how u draw em?

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    Aberzheim> I'll get process shots up for my next digital..also, you need to help me out with these acrylics, I have no idea what I'm doing ;_;
    Giorge> Cheers dude! I love doing portrait studies.
    Call0ps> Merry Christmas (lol)! thanks, man. hadoken.
    aefx> too kind, sir!
    LORD M> Yeah, the life drawings are a big help. The stroke method is just my bad hatching!!
    young paddy1> Thanks for dropping by.
    Pixiebrush> No worries, I know you and Alex are busy working your asses off, just don't forget us ;_;
    Shad0w666> Wow I haven't done an enviro in awhile! umm you could probably learn more from Idiot Apathy's thread (he's got a ton of tuts up) or bumskee's latest updates. I'd say the best thing to do is learn perspective, setting up the various perspective points will help loads in placing object correctly and getting your pieces to look more real. Sorry for the lame pointers.

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    Hey Man! Awesome updates!Really great stuff,especially the latest sketches and paintings...sicksicksick!
    Happy 2010 dude

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    Oh my gawd.. So awesome. You've been posting alot lately, I've missed alot. Great stuff man, love the pencil studies. Can't wait to see more! 5 *

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    These are great. I'm really happy to see you doing some traditional paintings, definitely want to see more! Would be cool to do some small watercolour or acrylic painting around London some time.

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    Traditional!!! Lovely stuff so nice to see ya getting into the scary scary world of trad.. I'm playing away with it, largely unsuccessfully but there have been a few that i'm not to ashamed of (not unashamed enough to put on here though!) I particularly like the backgrounds, blocking in on the last one is very good, love the palette on the second to last one. MORE MORE!!

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    Finally got to see the rest of yer acrylics
    Great job! Yer colours are always wonderful to look at, but ya know the drill (work larger )

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    these last figure paintings are full of character! and your acrylic studies are looking fab. I love doing trad work in my moleskine gives me something to look back on.

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    Great works! Love the fashion studies near the top. The first acrylics looks really different scanned in from when i saw them at the V&A. I'm really envious of your use of colour

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    digitalinkrod> Cheers, dude! stop making the rest of us look so lazy! :p
    Tigermilk> Cheeers, good to see you updating too.
    aefx> Would definitely be up for that! Looking forward to Summer
    Pixiebrush> Your Oil study at Hyde Park was brilliant so I know you're holding out on some good stuff! Traditional is scary but I think it's teaching me something just not sure what!
    Aberzheim> I'm having a hard time drawing big, don't know why, I usually work as big as my ref...maybe I need bigger pics or rope in a family member
    mysocksrock> I'm enjoying acrylics but damn is it a shock following on from the safety net of digitals
    flurry> Cheers, I'm envious of your great studies!! More 16 frame arts please.

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    I made this colour palette (+white) before doing the study completely ignoring the hue of the ref, interesting exercise.


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    Ooo! Great update Koto!

    The photoshop portrait is looking really good, great colour choise. Although her clevage and neck doesn't have as much depth as the face. Acrylic is looking great aswell, don't have much to say other then good job.

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    LORD M> Thanks dude! I agree on the flatness, I usually concentrate on the faces (read: I'm lazy!!). Keep up the good work.

    Another attempt at those pesky acrylics (Zorn study):

    Tried to use the Zorn 'limited palette' with the cheap paints I have- Mars black lol

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    digging the traditional style you got in this picture very renaissance-esk.

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    Lookin good- and nice usage of them cardboard =)

    incidentally, if ya want to do more proper studies, I'd recommend trying out some Liquitex paints- one good bonus is that they come with a Munsell HSV rating for each colour

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    Hey great sketchbook and great portraits, the first in this page is David duchovny? Use psd or oil?

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    Awesome updates Koto!! Love the portraits in post # 91, especially the 1st two. Keep pushing yourself my friend!!

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    really nice studies. i never get tired of telling you this, but GOD DAMNN!! you really got nice judgment for colors sir! i want moar!

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    Great work Koto! The digital stuff is top notch. I like the rendered faces contrasting the looser figure. Your brush work has a great looseness to it that gives out a lot energy.

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    hi man! some great stuff you been doing recently. u have awesome colours going on! wana see more

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    you're killin it! love those digitals and you're transferring well to traditional! very inspirational!

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    apart from the digital paintings that i noticed they start growing in a good direction , i like allot the painting you did on the cardboard and the fact that you left the cardboard commercial markings still visible , that's a thing i enjoy doing.

    keep this up , cant see what you pop up next ^^

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    WAHH, i gotta repost again praise for this piece: http://i49.tinypic.com/2hxynt2.jpg
    I lubb it! :] was it oils or digital? i cannot tell! i wanna use colors like yeww :]

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