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    Awesome update Coro! I greatly look forward to seeing you at the workshop!

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    WHOA! finally new coro-stuff! the weapons look awesome! keep sharing plzzz
    can't wait to see some of your graphic nove work!

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    i think its great that you have random penises in your sketchbook, some of which are even shooting stuff, thats awesome. i also like that new secret drone. good to see that you didnt forget about adding that zapper thing!

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    yoooo!! Nice to see these all up for the world wide web to see. That super mega secret project looks pretty cool

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    a few more things...including a workshop poster. i also included a few hi res crops of it too, so you can see how big it is ... getting pretty excited about the dallas workshop coming up. hope to see some of you there! anyhoo...
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    damn beauty of a poster...hate not being able to attend,but i gotta get a job first...no money...
    nice study on that last one too,cheerio

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    aweeeesome update man, didn't even realise you busted out some watercolours at marama...the poster is digital right? I swear its seriously nailing the look of oils haha

    would love the go to reverie if only i wasn't so poor

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    yaaaaa!!

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    yeah!!!

    love your shit man.

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    i like the loose enviro paintings...coolio

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    Really great poster, for sure. I also really like the loose marks for those pencil drawings.

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    Man, that poster rocks, and so do the portraits.

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    Hot diggity damn, nice sketchbook sir, I really need to get into studying painting more. And it goes without saying, keep up the good work!

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    love the poster reminds of home! Oils are sssickk bro!
    not much else to say but seeing your work makes me proud to be from el paso!!!!

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    Awesome stuff, totally love your oils!

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    nice work

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    cool portrait n stuff.

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    I really dig that painterly effect you give to your pencils. friggin' great portraits dude!

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    hey guys! i finally got around to shooting some of these, and wanted to update this thread with some new oil portraits. these were all completed during our tuesday night alla prima class over at the NEXT GEN ATELIER. all were done in 1.5-3 hours, from life, oil on canvas.


    coincidentally(shameless plug) i have a video covering alla prima head sketching coming out soon. so if you are interested in how i make these things, please check it out.


    anyhoo, i hope you are all doing well...i need to poke around in here in the sketchbook section more....just so goddamned busy these days. thats no excuse though.

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    thanks for looking.


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    Hey el coro! Some inspiring work you have here. Those oil portraits are ace man!

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    sweeeeet!! always awesome and inspiring to see your alla primas ! thanks for sharinnnn, inks are pretty sweet too, pigment liners are fun

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    Damn, cool to see the drawings you get up to once you finish the paintings in 20 minutes, lots of good stuff man.

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    holy shit. you draw pretty and everything, but that vagina sword....that's gold. Billy mayse needs to sell that.

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    ahhh! you're making me miss oil painting. ok that's it, time to shelve the laptop and bust out the jullian and gamblins.

    are you using a palette knife to scratch out the lines in the paintings? that's a neat way to indicate strands of hair - gonna have to remember to try that someday.

    seems like there are lots of cool faces up in SF. do my eyes mistake me or is that lipa from reverie?

    thanks a bunch for sharing these coro. really love the last painting especially. great capture of emotion and texture.

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    Man those oils are freakin amazing. I'll be doing some portrait studies soon too. Have been working out to that for some time now and feel confident enough to ask my sis to sit for me. i can tackle a still life, but portraits!! scary shit man.

    Would appreciate any suggestions.

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    oh man, I just can't tell you how much I love these oils! too good!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfa View Post
    are you using a palette knife to scratch out the lines in the paintings? that's a neat way to indicate strands of hair - gonna have to remember to try that someday.
    thats an old trick, rembrandt did this to example: http://www.wetcanvas.com/Community/i...Age_BB1628.jpg

    coro, these are getting better and better man! I want to buy one

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    Ah, the joys of oil portrait painting! That last batch makes me happy just looking at 'em. One thing that strikes me is the lightspeck in some the peoples's eyes stand out a lot, which gives them a real eerie stare. Was that intentional?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Gressie View Post
    thats an old trick, rembrandt did this to example: http://www.wetcanvas.com/Community/i...Age_BB1628.jpg

    coro, these are getting better and better man! I want to buy one
    i read or heard somewhere that Rembrandt use the back of his brush to scrape the hair in the oil.

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    I do love me some oil sketches. Great to see the pencil stuff continuing to come in as well. Great stuff man. I especially dig the handling of shadows and reflected light in the portrait of the white-haired lady in the black collar. I wish I had time to talk about these more! Awesome work!

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