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    You environment rendering is so great,study from you bro.

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    freakmod: thanks man! no refs but it's a bit too methodical i think the way i do enviro and still not really happy with enviro's but thanks! i just try to arrange value patterns if that makes any sense hehe

    LAL: thanks a bunch! hehe it's funny cuz when i look at the enviro's i don't really see anything they look really abstract but thanks

    a bit busy at work but some gestures i started during lunch today and tightened it up a bit after yesterdays ref practice decided to try and apply it from memory, still came out wonky but a bit better...

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    <Totally drooling
    Those speedpainting vids were sexy. I love the enviros ..I'm so subscribing lol. You have great figure skills and how you paint them is gorgeous.

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    I know it is a long journey, and that's the good part. And you still have to work on the envos and the other stuff too, yes, but you are getting better! It's not perfect yet, but it's better heh.
    Love those figures you did on the other page! Really nice. I like this sort of style with a harder outline, and the hatching of the shadow.

    Characters look interesting too. The girl's shoulders and right arm look a bit unnatural and the 2nd one a bit off balance.
    But in any case, when you take your time i saw you do just fine, so keep up the wonderful work and don't rush.
    How's Germany btw?

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    Hello! I can't see your latest post for some reason. I really like the nude refs. How do you measure when you're life drawing?

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    I haven't had time to go through all your pages but your stuff looks awesome! Your figure work looks great Keep it up

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    I hope that too much beer in Germany doesn't make you loose momentum. Get home, get sober and show us yer stuffs.

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    Sonia: thanks and definitely not drool worthy still major newb but gonna try and work as hard as you are to get better!

    BlackDelphin: thanksies! yea figures coming along but still look a bit wonky but think it's getting better and germany/prague was nuts, off the meat rack!! couldn't believe how many museums there were in prague but too bad was a bachelor party so no time for the culture hehe!

    NicG: thanks, not sure y it's not showing up the images used the ca.org image uploader, but for measuring in life figure drawing i usually use my pencil and hold it straight out in front of me and close one eye *important to use the same eye* and measure things relative to one another, for example measure the head and mark off how many heads tall the figure is and so on. this is only good if it's a long sketch, and usually only measure when it's like an hour or more or so long sketch and sometimes i spend up to 15 minutes measuring out proportions in long figure drawing sessions. either way good practice at times and you can apply that to any life drawing to help with proportions, hope this helps

    Pepperwheel: hiya and thanks, actually still suck big time but coming along, i'd stopped by ur sb a month ago i think and was like hot damn i want to be able to paint fantasy chicas like you!

    jigje: wadddup brotha-man! thanks for the safe wishes and just about done recovering hope all is well with you!

    Holland: thanks dood, i saw some of ur speeds over at sijun, really glad ur hitting up that forum as well, such an inspiration!

    oy, sorry for the MIA, spent the last week in munich/prague and spent 6 nights drinking loads and getting only 4-5hrs of sleep equals disaster and got really sick when i got back but just starting to feel better. here's some sketches done yesterday and today, felt some of the previous post was losing sight of what made me want to sketch again and kind of got that looseness back in these sketches, still super wonky...
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    NicG here's an example of an old life drawing sketch done digitally, was a 2.5 hr session, the sketch has a all the measurings done before going in to paint over it but didn't get too much done was a bit slow and my tablet ran outta batteries
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    Fucking aye! Great stuff Mr. Moon! that first image of the last post with the girl... Love it!

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    You've got some very nice rendering in your work, and your style is very unique!
    Amazing, keep it up

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    Brilliant snootch. So much diversity, so many ideas. I'm glad you had a good time, I'm glad you're back and I'm glad that you didn't loose your mojo.

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    JailHouseRock2: thanks Matty! how's it kick starting uni again? i really dig all them portraits ur doing and it's totally inspiring my art mojo, thanks for rocking it!

    luckers: thanks dood, i suck at rendering cuz i haven't done enough legit studies or put my time in doing careful studies but glad u dig

    jigje: mucho gracias, dood man seriously when u level up u jump like 10 steps, u must have really long legs keke, that last tigernaut illustration is freaking off the meat rack!!

    some quickerz done after work today, sux having to work on a saturday
    1st one is some quick gestures was really inspired by LAL's gestural work
    2nd missed doing enviro and was really inspired after checking out the notes from mullins demo again for like the millionth time link here if interested
    3rd a composition nightmare of refs, favorite parts of a woman, face and boobays

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    cool sketch,Full of spiritual!keep up !

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    Really digging those paints, especially shoulder pads man.

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    Some really good work, man! And I love your style! One remark, you might want to use more highlights/darker shadows in some of your images. Keep on doing what you're doing

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    LAL: xie xie for those gestural explanations helps loads!!

    Eddieee: thnx dood, still not really liking any of my sketches but will continue to keep getting better!

    Luckers: thanks man for the advice mucho appreciated! actually i was really happy to hear that advice from you because it seems those sketches are getting better at not having such a huge gap in values, trying to follow that mullins demo where he points out to avoid extreme values in sketch phase and saving the core shadows along with highlights for last. I think ur comment made my year woohooo!!

    some old sketches refinery, still unfinished and so many wonky bits to keep working out...

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    some other quick ones before hitting the sack, been having fun again with them smudge palette brushes...

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    wow! Lots of drawing, i like it !!!
    The envos are looking better and better. More solid figures too.
    I love how you rendered this one. Has nice, solid details.

    ps. i on the other hand don't have much to show so i won't be updating just yet

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    nice stuff dude...i like your tincturing style

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    awesome works ,you can say [xie xie ] aha ,I am a chinese man,when I heard you say [xiexie] I was very happy ,aha ,let us fighting!

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    you're most recent 948 is stellar! your textures and style are looking amazing! can't wait to see more.

    *remember -you're grown up now - you're allowed to make art with balls

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    BlackDelphin: thanks Christine! looks like i'm the one slacking now and ur quite the busy bee now, and me likes XD

    ArtDisaster: thanks dood, wasn't sure what tincturing was but thanks for pointing that out, also u are one talented bastard and i was having eyegasms on that last horse sketch u uploaded!

    LAL: thanks dood! haha actually i'm Korean-American but I took Mandarin for 2 years in highschool and 1 year in college, hehe at one point i could speak more chinese than korean!

    sharp_cuttr: heya bud thanks, been a while but glad u dig!

    sorry for the lack of updates, it's been a ridiculously long week at work and had little time to sketch, but I come bearing gifts...

    i was perusing over at sijun speedpaint forum and saw this new free paint program mentioned in one of their posts, and all i got to say is if you want a buttery smoove paint program like corel painter for free than you have to grab this open source program before they start charging for it. Program is called mypaint and here's the link,
    MYPAINT

    there are quite a few brushes but the ones i've added to my favorite brush list are the 1)2b pencil 2)fill ink 3) splatter 4)wet r-s blend <------this is the suhweetest brush i think in the program 5)eraser

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    sketch done following along Xia's tutorial over at idrawgirls.com

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    Cool mate. I have trouble with generating ideas and finding refs and of all the sketchbooks I watch, you have the most diverse subjects and different themes, so what's the deal? How do I be like snootchy?

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    Don't worry Mike, I'm sure you'll be the busy one soon. Sleep is starting to catch up with me.
    Thank you for linking us to that program! Downloaded already heh. It seems a bit like painter from the screenshots, but with less menus.
    Thanks for reminding of the idraw site too. It gives you a few ideas.

    This came out interesting! Like the style in witch you rendered, and also the figure flow!

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    Jigje: haha thanks your too kind to this noob! i don't think it's diversity more like ADHD and lack of discipline unlike you but working towards becoming a better draughtsman like you!

    BlackDelphin: thanks Christine! yea mypaint rocks it's like purely for sketch with less bogged menus but even has layers without the different mode functions but I really like the brushes mucho! glad to see your getting some rest, u'll definitely need it doctor!

    some speeds/roughs still working out, utilizing both ps and mypaint...

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    wooo...awesome works, I like your enwironment works, keep up dude! jia you !

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    I really like this new style that you are developing right now.The lighting on the envos look a bit wonky though.
    Great figure-value study! The last character looks nice too. Love to see more like that!

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    hoi! you got some really nice digital sketches, like the way you use the color in some of them =) like the ones from post 948

    keep them incoming!

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    Awesome work snootchy! Your material indication, especially with the fish, is pretty spot on. I'm digging your confident strokes too (such as the second painting in the last post). Looks like the studies are paying off

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