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    I have a lot of work to share, but must.. document...

    anyways here are the first oil paintings I have ever done with a live model, about 20-25 min each and they are a lot less blue in real life.

    my only documented ceramic work from last semester, some sort of tile. plus random old pages. it's an update at least.

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    Yayyyyyyy ceramics! Neato.

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    You are talentet! no doubt. you have unique grawing and painting style. Love your images. especially those drapery studies

    keep posting

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    wait.... woah..... what?!!?!?!
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    lake I don't know how to answer that, ummmm glorified muddy goodness? It will soon live on a forest floor somewhere.

    now a couple oldish and newish tiny tiny sb pages:

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    a lame wip of nothing in paticular.

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    Wow wth is that thing up there?, looks likes bones and coins but like fossilized, i dunno but looks cool, anyways nice little sketches and that texture post is really good as wlel as the towel study.

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    thanks Izer, I made that thing up there out of brick clay, started with maybe 100 lbs of it? I sculpted vaguely naturalistic shapes to make a composition, it is meant to be outdoors and to fit into it's enviroment so it is based off the various textures of a forest floor.

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    Working on portaits now, this is the first one without ref to see where I am at.

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    Organization, clarification! I was just telling someone; if your values are organized, painting in a limited value range is a moot point. Make sure that they fall accurately across form and you don't have to make it so uncontrasted. To quote Kei, "if it's black, make it black"
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    Thanks Lake that was helpful. I will try to be make the values much more accurate and clear with the next one.

    I always like how things look at the first stages the best...

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    Quote Originally Posted by octopus_interphone View Post
    I always like how things look at the first stages the best...
    That's because your values are better organized in the early stages; into light and shadow. It's simplified, but it's correct. Your highlights should be much more understated; your shadows should be less vague.

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    A sketchbook with alluring... something possibly?

    is a good example, though simple, of well organized value. Light - halftone - shadow in a logical progression.
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    update more! i like your confident lines

    that sculpt is really interesting, have you tried lighting it with a harsh light to see interesting shadows? you might see something you don't want. I remember i made this samurai mask from leftover presentation boards, then lighted from the top with a flashlight. Which made a samurai silhoutte! holding a sword! or i was just hallucinating!


    This might help, the eyes is what we usually focus on faces. great way to build a head is to work from outside to inside, work the eyes last because for me it is distracting and i lose focus on other characteristics of a face that really makes up the essence, such as hairline and just structure. hope it helps!

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