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    loving the alice and catipillar.... excellent luminosity!

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    argh...i.must.do.more.studdiiieeeeessssssssssz;slk dfja
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    Nice stuff. I wasn't actually aware of the fact that you're a girl so I assumed that the caterpillar was humping the plant ... because guys drawing things humping other things...happens all the time the fact you're a girl gives it a bit of a twist

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    Awesome sb!

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    shreeeyaaaaa wOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!

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    great stuff i like it

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    Awesome SB Mr.

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    Everytime i come here i stop and stare, 5 hours later when ( and if) i'll awake i feel sad for myself. OUTSANDING girl, outstanding!

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    I am going home depressed, why do you have to be so good all the time????????

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    Your works are amazing... I could learn a thing or two from you!

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    I do love how everything you paint looks dewy and moist. Skin, eyes, the caterpillar... it has a lifelike quality that is difficult to achieve the way you light your scenes, objects and characters. Well done.

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    The Catterpillar pic is getting seriosly cool! Love the studies too!!


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    awesome work best of luck

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    Really nice Caterpillar and studies
    Keep it up!!

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    The caterpillar piece is amazing, however I've got some critiques to it.
    -The composition is a lot better no that you've made the canvas smaller. Ther are still those points of light in the mushroom that distract the attention from the girl. The piece should focus in the dialogue between the caterpillar and the girl. I think the piece will improve a lot when you render her more.
    Also, you could work on the shape of the mushroom and how lights and shadows interact, to make it look less plain. The jelly look of the underside, yellow part looks good, but there are some weird light gradations, especially on the place where the caterpillar is resting.
    Anyway, this is turning out into a great piece! Keep at it

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    Teundeboer : Thank you very much! I switched to the tiny feet, I do think it looks much better

    Metal Fingers:Thanks a lot! Changed them

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    Here's an update on the caterpillar and another study from http://framefilter.blogspot.com/2007/05/gattaca.html. I rushed the caterpillar piece for the portfolio submission but I'll continue working on it till I am satisfied.


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    Wow, your paintings are awesome! Especially the last couple of pieces, that study blows me away!

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    shreeeeeaaaayaaaaaa wooooo woooooo!!! Love the new piece! Great study as well Glad you're all takin it over

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    dope dope dope dope dope dope!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Your work is beautiful!

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    The caterpillar... It's soooo amazing =P I love it. Keep up the good work!


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    Oh, those studies are just killer. I love that brush. Is it some kinda cloth texture, or are you using a number of different brushes?

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    it turned out amazing
    the study is great as well, very loose yet convincing.

    cheers

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    Loving everything you do

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    PieMonster: Thank you very much!

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    I'm in a mood for studies, they're pretty relaxing. Here's Sir Anthony Hopkins from The Wolfman ( such a bleh movie ) Ref from http://framefilter.blogspot.com/2009/09/wolfman.html

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    Tasty. I love that texture.

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    Criminently! That's good!

    Just heard this today: étude is French for study. Musically it means a study, of considerable difficulty, designed to provide practice material for perfecting a particular technical skill.

    Chopin and many other composer's études are very popular when performed on stage and the compositional elements have influenced all kinds of composers.

    IMHO your "study" is a work of art.


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    These studies are pretty goddarn accurate and cool to look at.

    I love the result of the catterpillar piece, personally think these feet look way better, glad you gave my idea a shot

    Can't wait to see the other painting u were working at as u said a few updates ago.

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    Sharkcellar: Thank you!

    Jephyr X: Thank you so much!

    Teundeboer: Yea it does look much better with the teeny tiny feet, thanks again! I'll post the other painting soon, once I have it in a good place...


    I've been a bit sick so no updates for a while. Here's a quick one I did for the Massive Black Transient Man Twitter Challenge.

    I found out about the contest a day before it was due and I just really wanted to send something in. I'm a huge fan of Transient Man and it was a lot of fun to work on this, even if it is (very) rushed.

    Transient Man always reminded me of the Aghoris we have here in India ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aghori). My character is a symbiote-oracle Aghori of sorts.
    I had done a much more thorough job on the body and lost it in a powercut I really should get a script that saved every 5 mins.

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