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    Cepro is now painting with oils

    I haven't postet in quite a while. After entereing University I haven't had almost any sparetime. Well at least I managed to go to life drawing classes. I hope I will be able to post something at least once a Week.
    Anyway, here goes a new SB. Comments and Critique appreciated.

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    This weeks life drawings

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    Nice studies. Looking good, keep on posting mate!

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    something I'm currently working on...

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    your first and last pictures are great expecially the first one its really pretty!

    keep it up!

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    the minimal use of line in your gesture drawings works really well, very descriptive for using very little line, hope to see more soon

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    Thanks's for the comments.
    Here's another drawing. Photo reference.

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    And another one. Not really satisfied with it.

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    And another photo study. Head is too big. Also, I realized I have severe problems with hands

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    Today's life drawings. Mostly rather short poses.
    And the first page out of my new train-sketching sb.

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    hello
    simply nice art !
    u said u entered university, wich one ? art or nothing in relation ?

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    Thanks for the comment. No, I'm not going to art universtity. But I'm thinking about apllying for it for next winter-semster. I would be studying at two universities, so I don't know if they'll allow me to do it though.
    Here are today's life drawings, ranging from 1min to 20min. I won't be able to go to life-drawing for a long long time now because of new regulations at the academy of arts.
    Also I'm adding some new train-sketches.

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    hey great studies as usual,they have inspired me to start doing studies each day.
    thanks

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    Thanks for the comment! Glad I could inspire you.
    Here's a quick study of a painting by Jacques Louis David, unfinished. Perhaps I'll work on it more later, but I'm going to leave it as it is for now.

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    Here goes another quick photo study.

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    Today's train-sketches. Still so much to learn ....

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    very good anatomy studying man
    it foced me to train a little too ;p
    Take Care

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    Thanks for the kind comment, glad I could inspire you aswell
    today's train skethes

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    Hi Cepro,

    Your quick photo study paintings will probably take me an eternity. I definitely need advice from you regarding this.
    About your train sketches, keep it up! these should come in handy in giving your drawings a real feel of emotions later on.

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    That's what I like to see, lots of studies. That's how you improve. Thanks for reminding me. This is good work, but I'd like to see a few things from your imagination. Keep it up!

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    Thanks for the comments. Someday I'll start doing things from imaginations. But for now: here's another wip Study I'm working on. Original is by Sir Frank Dicksee. Those old Masters sure were insane pld:

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    Very ncie Cepro, great studies for anyone to reference! Keep up the great work!

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    Thanks for the comment Rabid. Here's today's progress on the study.

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    More train-sketches.

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    Another small update on the study.
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    You show potential...
    Those train studies are very nice, given how difficult is the exercise...
    Work will get you far for sure...Keep it on!

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    Thanks. I'll do my best
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    yo your digital work is crack. i like the realness and clean lines you make....
    your sketches on paper are very light? no contrast ... did you do that on purpose bcause its your style?


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    Thanks for the Comment. Well I guess I don't do it intentionally, so it's not really my style. But I'll try to work on it. Also it is a bit my scanners fault, cause it's not really good
    Here are todays train sketches.
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