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    some gesture drawings, all from head



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    wip for a bloodsport challenge. it's supposed to be a living statue, but I can't get the materials right


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    wow the progress you have made on this thread is very inspiring. keep up the great work!

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    thanks NON. glad to hear that


    study


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    Nice updates dude

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    thanks GEB


    finished this one


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    Great digital paintings. One question, how do you choose your color palette?
    Personally having trouble with color.



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    ArghosRo, thanks. Actually I don't know much about color theory. I just keep changing colors until they look decent enough for me. I think the problem you have is not the color pallete, but values. If values are good then you can put almost any color on top and it will still look alright. Always check if your painting looks good in monochrome, if it doesn't then it probably won't look good in color too.
    if it's of any help, i did a quick step by step of the last picture


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    be careful with the environment colors you choose to put your characters in. i notice some of your skin tones look really dead in some of the sketches. and i think it has to do with the saturation/hues of your background. That juxtaposition is powerful and if done wrong can really drain the life out of an otherwise beautiful piece.

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    thanks for the advice Aryeh

    sketch. had a lot of fun while painting those random details, but it took me way too long to paint it


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    Keep doing those gestures! The poses in those are great but the ones from imagination look a little stiff. The colors in your studies are great but in your other paintings the saturation levels are a bit all over the place and it makes the colors look muddy. Also, avoid using too much black. Keep in mind that every illuminated object is a light source in itself. Even the shadows are illuminated by their environment and need to be less harsh in order to look more natural.
    Keep up the good work!

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    your blood sports piece you where talking about looks awesome man! i like the perspective looking up on it.

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    Xelar, thanks a lot for the advice! I'll keep that in mind

    Thanks Alex


    from life

    so hard to get the likeness


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    You've got a beautiful painting style. It shows itself much better in your studies than your imagination, keep practicing so you can learn to reproduce it in your imagined work.

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    Umbravita, thanks, I will


    one more


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    Snap!Kick ass style ,man!
    Keep em coming!!

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    Those studies are great! Do more!

    In your concept-art, try to organize or simplify your values more, don't spread them out too much, it can make it look "patchy". I think it's most evident in your lighter paintings. Your dark ones on last page are really good on the front i'm talking about ANyways keep up with those studies! You've come very far in this book

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    Izene, thanks

    Dile, thanks a lot for the advice!


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    couple studies from life and finished last painting




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