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    Thanks iceman478 .
    Hi snootchy, thank you
    Thanks My57, I will .
    Thanks Grafguy for the crit, but I still have trouble colouring a face when I painted it in b/w first. So I redo them every time.

    I made this piece on a A3. Also included some steps .
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    alot of great updates here lyno!
    Really like the evolution of your latest update
    Keep having fun learning and oberserving
    till next time -Jamie

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    YOU ARE A MACHINE

    There is no way I'd have the time or persistence to keep churning out stuff like you are currently, at this quality too.

    Oh, and Pirate Girl is coming along well. First image wasn't to great, I think she was a little short and butch. Now she looks much more female without being hideously so. Nice job. I also think it may have been the abundance of hair in the original...
    Where your once steely reserve is now merely tinned,
    You'll find it all in Morrowind

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    keep some color variations in the skin! hands n legs are a bit different in colors
    as a tip, as u start a paint, begin immediatly in color, just try it once. maybe you'll like it maybe you'll learn from it

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    very nice updates mate.The more you understand the values, the better your works will becoming.And you are progressing with each post.
    Keep studying

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    fack yeah ! thats the way to go ! supaaa !
    the face of the last guy is esp. great !
    take care mate

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    Is that a kilt! I want to be out slaying ppl in a kilt, thats kick-ass!
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    shuweet dood, i digs man! thanks for sharing the process shot on that one!




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    OmertA: Thanks man !
    Thanks NanoBlack .
    Hi Grafguy, I did tried it before to start directly in colour, I thinks it works better for me, but for this one, I wasn't sure I would colour it up. But eventually I did .
    Hey kingkostas, I'll keep tackling those values .
    SnobbyOo, thanks man .
    B-Man: hehe .
    Np snootchy, I'm glad you like it .

    Quick scribble:
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    From life, tried to not lift my pencil too much from the paper. Just drawing what I see, not what I think.
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    Photo studie:
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    and head studies, need to get back at those SP's:
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    nice,i think no lifting will help you gain more experience points.
    Do it also on the side as a warm up
    definitely keep up

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    kingkostas: Thanks again man, really appreciate it .

    More:
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    Exercise where you draw upside down, I really had to think while doing it :
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    A head...
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    but I didn't liked it at all, so I did these eyes from ref. (ImagineFX).
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    And a quick environment .
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    Really nice update, I really like you stuff. it's great. maybe you can try to draw different expressions for a challenge?

    Regarding the environment, maybe you can add more elements gradually further away so it seems less flat. A middle-ground in other words.

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    wow luv ur studies man, especially them ball point pen sketching, really nice loose lines! also great works on the team chow, keep at it dood!




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    nice job on the studies m8
    a tip for when you scan your sketches and open them in PS: copy the layer and multiply, then copy/multiply again and mask out this layers completly and reveal it only for the dark black areas, makes your sketches much more readable on screen

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    someone is working hard, great progression since I was here last, keep it up

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