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    Happy New Year Chronberg. The hand studies are looking good I especially like the rendered ones. Good stuff as always.

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    Hey Marian! Happy New Year to you too! :-)

    Thanks a bunch. Trying to up my practice a bit. Took a look at your book.. the real world sculpts look yummie! I bet that teaches you quite a bit about form.

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    Your studies are looking good. When you paint, I would use bigger brush strokes to define the form. Right now it looks like you are using tiny brush strokes that lack confidence.

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    Istmin52, thanks a bunch! Yes, however I do work from big to small but totally agree with your comment. I probably fiddle to much at the end, with a small brush which gives it that spotty look. Just gotta keep on practicing :-) Thanks for commenting and the constructive critique.
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    Your line quality is really nice, which is something I would like to get better at. Did you do anything inparticular to work on line quality? Or did it just improve naturally with doing a lot of line sketches like you have been doing?

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    A few more sketches.

    Thank You very much hurman. Appreciated. I do need to practice it a lot more though.

    I have been practicing a lot of boring techniques for getting a bit better motor control in my arm, like loads of straight lines, circles, ellipses etc. Did it mostly when going through Scott Robertsons perspective/vehicle videos, which I really like a lot. That probably helped a bit. Then I've been doing quite a bit of Bridgman studies, which are line drawings. I guess just keep practicing various methods and actually trying to nail a certain look will make you better at it over time. Sometimes slowing down a bit can help as well, so it doesn't turn out all sloppy. Speed will probably increase over time I think.
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    What great expressions Chronberg. Where do you find your references?

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    Thanks Marian! :-)

    I stumbled upon them when searching for face expressions. The photographer's name is Mike Larremore and I contacted him for permission to use them for practice.
    He generously agreed!

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