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    Onema painting

    I sat down last night and wanted to see if I can increase my speed painting... this one took me 3 hours in painter, and could probably use some more work... please tell me what you think.

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    Nice work. Kinda got the Hale/Foster dynamic going on.
    post the sketch.
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    Nice!

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    Originally posted by jerO
    Nice work. Kinda got the Hale/Foster dynamic going on.
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    jerO
    that's exactly what my first thought was.
    very good skrubbles. I think you could push it some more tho.

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    Hey nice work there skrubbles! I like the colors you've used in there.


    jerO, check by his daily sketchbook, too

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...threadid=10482

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    awesome! Im liking the strokes, and it definetly has a foster feel.

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    Thank you very much guys. If you're interested you can check on the progession of this painting HERE

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    Good stuff skrubbles ,,,

    .. and as egerie said- I think you could push it some more.



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    Great sense of action

    Finishing it further in some areas (face?) may help but watch out not to break the action and the dynamic quality!

    Cool!

    Power is nothing without intelligence.

    Sketchbook!
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    It's not perfect, but I don't think I'll get around to putting more time into it... I know there are some places that need work (like the guns and the pants)... other areas that are kinda gritty I left as is because I liked the feel of it.. as for the overall painting I know I could have done better and I was talking to jrr in chat the other day about technique and I'm all geared up for my next painting.

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