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    BRidgman studies are awesome, foundations for life!

    One thing that I did notice is that your shapes tend to stay flat, so try to sculpt more, use more contrast etc. I would say do some black and whites, I noticed for myself that they help alot.

    But great progress! I love the landscape painting, and keep it up!
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    thanks Crazy Dude, I worked some more on it but I noticed I lacked in certain knowledge to finish it properly, so back to zu studies! And have a go at it again later on.

    Slash woohoo! page 3, now time to get it to 4

    Duq, black and whites it is then

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    You and Duq are so good at that black and white line thing... it looks so cool like that. Maybe you two should get together and concept up a comic book like that lol.
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    thanks malakai! Though in my opinion the bw's of duq are way better then mine hehe

    *needs to practice more*

    not a very productive day:

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    I decided to work on it more but I managed to make it worse instead of better, ah well :/

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    Hehe, it definitely looks heaps better before than after. Keep working in it. Like I said to Duq, it might be interesting to throw in one other color (monochromatic + one spot color). It will REALLY draw the eye in towards that point.
    Anyway, lemme know how it goes.
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    Cool concepts and nice painting.
    I like your style.
    Post more paintings soon.

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    hey malakai, that is certainly an idea, maybe I have to try some variations, one with 1 extra color added and 1 just bw but 1 extra value added here and there.

    Thanks Ash888! I will

    And thank you to the people who gave me stars! I didn't expected that, so thanks

    Ok, this is well... It originaly started out as a masterstudy of william bouguereau (hope I wrote it right). However since that was like 100 steps ahead of what I am able to do, I stepped away of that idea after the initial sketch and altered it into the state it is now.

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    Oh wow, you are really getting better. Personally I think that the one above in the 'cel-shaded' comic style is the best of the new batch (on post #69). Although I do like your environments.
    Anyway, keep drawing... and oh, what kind of sketchbook is that that I see everyone with (yellow paper above)?
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    I thought there were some great ideas and compositions right though this sketchbook. I love that bandstand.
    Diggin' the Ditch?

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    hey malakai, that is moleskine paper. It is a bit expensive for a sketchbook but the paper is of really nice quality and ideal for pencils and pens

    ditchman, thanks!

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    Ooooh these new ones are looking great!!
    Flesh out the vehicles above even further!
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    hey
    looking good here. ;D
    I'm loving those environments you've cranked out.

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