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    Take these sunken eyes and learn to see

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    Most recent life drawings. Hard to concentrate when the model is good looking :|

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    Nice studies and paintings in the last one. One thing on the second painting is the window which I assume is an outdoor setting looks more like a bright painting on the wall than an outside envirement.
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    Whatever happened to... the life that we once knew?

    Thanks for the crit Nam, definitely need to figure out that window somehow, my friend was also confused by it.


    Life,
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    Thin air,
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    The long and winding road

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    Life:
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    Trying my hand at watercolours. I like them a lot, but I'm clueless as to how to use them. Any help is appreciated.
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    Imagination:
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    Photo-ref for the figures at the top. Inverted the blue - cool effect.
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    cool paintings. love your life drawing stuff.

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    nice!

    amg those girls are stunning, I really like your brush strokes they just feel right!! about that window, I would add some dust particles in the air that reflect the light
    really like your stuff!

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    Thats some blow-my-mind images.... your life drawings are ace! And your colored pieces are great, too, and, and... I don't know how to crit your work, cause honestly, I'm not skilled enough to find anything to crit. Just... post more, ok? Would love to see more!

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    Looking through a glass onion

    Thanks for all the encouragement guys! And from mentler - one of my heroes here on CA - I've copied a whole bunch of your drawings into my sketchbook, I don't deserve 5 stars.

    From life - 2 hour pose:
    I need to watch James Kei's digital figure painting tutorial!
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    45 min pose:
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    Some gestures:
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    I need a new camera...
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    Life is very short, and there's no time for fussing and fighting, my friend

    I did a line drawing for this one - which is something I don't usually do. Turned out okay I guess.
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    Not happy with this one but thought I would post it anyway:
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    I used this technique I found while browsing Nathan Fowkes blog:
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    He is really good, check out his stuff at:
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    Trying to learn anatomy. I think I have memorized all the superficial muscles of the upper extremity; these are all from imagination:
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    Don't leave me all alone...

    So, I thought I would start posting some very helpful and/or inspiring websites that I come across from time to time. Here is a wonderful blog by James Gurney.

    Not only does he update everyday, he also explains so much about values, compositions and colours. Very, very informative.
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    These two were suppose to be pantie studies. (pantie studies?! why can't all studies be this interesting? )

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    Heres a two hour life drawing I did. For the first 1.5 hours I thought I was going to have to delete it, but luckily it came together in the last 30
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    And some digital gestures, I think I might want to quit traditional drawing mediums because they are so hard :/
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    hey ur photo girl studies r sweeeeeeet...def in love with the girl in b/w gettin' out from the water...this its def a fine sb man!!have some stars
    "dear diary:..jackpot" my sketchbook

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    Love your colours and efficient brush strokes. Looking forwards to seen more

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    I really enjoyed looking through your sketchbook! Those quick life studies are very interesting since I just started drawing from life a lot too. About the watercolors (and other figurative paintings too), I think trying different colors that you wouldn't normally think about using (blues, greens, violets, reds, etc.) would help out and make the subjects more interesting. I'm sure there's like a gazillion websites out there for painting techniques, but unfortunately I don't have any links. I know Super Skoda explains his process in his sketchbook which is pretty staight forward, so you could look into that as well. I look forward to seeing more soon!

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