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    Nice work Cepro,
    I really like your train sketches, really nice delicate pencils. I really need to do more of that kind of thing.
    Your colour stuff is really impressive too, would love to see more of that.

    Keep it up!

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    Thanks, but I probably won't be doing a lot of digital painting for a while because I have to put together a portfolio in order to apply for the academy of arts. Since I want to enter a sculpture class, I'll have to start doing sculptures, so expect some sculptures in the future
    here are more train-sketches.
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    Cool studies and great paintings.
    Keep the good work.

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    Looking great so far!

    I would just suggest that you upload at a little bit larger image size (at least 600 wide), and bump up the contrast with your scanner or photoshop if you have it. Your scanner should have these kinds of setting options for A: the resolution and size it scans at, and B: contrast and B&W image settings. If you're scanning at 100% scale straight from your sketchbook, then you could definitely post a tad larger image.

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    Lovely anatomy.
    The studies are quite nice as well.

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    great anatomy studies man. excellent use of line.

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    Thanks for the comments everyone.
    I'm already bumbping up the contrast with my scanner (otherwise it wouldn't be visible at all) I probably should get a new scanner.
    Well, I said I was going to do some sculpture (and I am), but I also decided to start painting with oils. Here's my first experiment.
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    Cool, great studies, i like the first drawing the most .

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    thanks for the comment
    here are more oil-experiments (and a scan of the first one)
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    A Study of the painting "Dante et Virgile au enfers"
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    Study of a painting by William Whitaker.
    Yes, I know the black looks strange, but that's my scanner
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    More oil-experiments. Tried out a glazing medium this time.
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    Hey Cepro, Very cool oil-experiments, the expressions are clear and nice.
    But on the pencil studies, i want to see them slightly bigger.

    Cheers!

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    Thanks for the comment. But what do you mean with bigger? They are big enough on my screen
    Here's my next oil-experiment. This time I used photo-reference. Photo is by Studiostaub you can see it in his photography-thread. This time I also toned the paper with acrylics.
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    Hey Cep, Good work with the oils dude. Its a shame the pencils are so light, they look like they have a lot of feeling in them. Keep It up dude :-)

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    cool stuff, dude! Your masterstudies are kicking ass (props on your patience and discipline ) and your values are getting better with every painting. keep on working, it's paying off really fast in here!!

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    nice updates here. really digging those oil studies. try to enhance your darks on the pencil pieces. though that might be your scanner doing that. keep it up.

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    you've got some really nice stuff here, my only small comment would be that when you scan these bad boys, turn up the contrast (or do it in PS or whichever editor) on your pencil drawings because they're showing up REALLY light onscreen and its tough to make some of 'em out. also have you tried using a prismacolor for life drawing? they work great for laying in tones esp. on faster poses and you don't have to worry about smearing, its great to work with. oh, and the paintings = great esp. on that David copy.

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    Thanks for the comments everyone. Yes I know the contrast is bad on my pecils, but I'm allready pushing the contrast to the limits with my scanner. My scanner also messes up my coloured stuff. I sometimes have to turn down the saturation.
    Here's another oil experiment. Photoreference again kindly provided by Studiostaub. It's too saturated in some places.

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    Amazing sketchbook. I love your pencil studies. Your form is awesome. I am really liking those oil paintings. No critiques here. =] Keep it up!


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    Thanks for the kind comment.
    Here's my next try at oil-painting. Photo-reference again courtesy of Studiostaub.

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    Cool oils man!
    looking really good!

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    Thanks for the comment. here's another drawing. Reference as always by Studiostaub.

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    More oil-painting. Reference by Studiostaub.

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