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July 28th, 2009 #361
hey! i saw your style and thought: such a classical one.....ive seen that somewhere before. you published something in a magazin, didnt you? not sure
well, no critique, AMAZING life drawings, cool digipaintings....
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July 31st, 2009 #363
great speedpainting you have done the only thing that bothers me is the shape of the head in the second one
i just can't put my finger on it.
but the other ones look fantastic
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August 3rd, 2009 #366Registered User
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hi, nice sketch book. You improved alot since ur frist post. I hope i can as well. Keep at it friend.
August 4th, 2009 #367
Long time watcher from DA. Nice to see your SB again. I lost it, but i'll sub this time.
Great works, you're getting better at that school. Keep going, push harderrrr! haha
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August 8th, 2009 #370
Thank you for the feedback!
A new finished painting (Photoshop, Wacom tablet, around 20-40hours?)
marble texture from www.cgtextures.com
edit: almost forgot this one, an unfinished painting where I tried to incorporate a photo background (the photo is mine) and this particular color scheme.
Last edited by Maidith; August 8th, 2009 at 10:18 AM. Reason: update
August 8th, 2009 #371
wow great stuff and no wonder it took this long to finish it with so many carachters in it
also nice painting using the photo i wish you'll finish it
August 16th, 2009 #372Registered User
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Good job on cramming all those figures into one painting!
The second one is very pretty, the colour scheme reminds me of Henna's paintings a little. I love the retro feel of it
August 17th, 2009 #373
Hey, your skin tones are really neat in your portraits! nice studies and illustrations.. Thanks for the skin tones tuts, really helpful for me and the rest of the community. Keep up your good work!
September 9th, 2009 #374
Thank you so much for these tutorials, they're informative and helpful but don't just teach you how to do something, they make you think.
Are you going to update your sketchbook any time soon? I would love to see new stuff (and many others would too, I believe)!
September 11th, 2009 #375
September 11th, 2009 #376
that has some great lighting effects looks cool and the pose looks nice as well
you did a great job on this one
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September 30th, 2009 #381
oren, thank you
Hans, it's great to be back Grazie
miycko, thank you!
R, thank you! I gotta admit I don't know who nox is, can you enlighten me?
Sandmadame, zu Befehl!
Latest sketches from Angel Academy of Art, drawn from life.
Mary Tudor, Photoshop speedpaint (yep, she didn't really have eyebrows)
Anne Boleyn, unfinished painting
This was inspired by Stanley Kubrick's movie Spartacus (1960). Spoiler ahead: The crucified guy is the famous rebel Spartacus, leader of the slave uprising; and the baby is his son. This is how the movie ends, it was really sad ;__;
Also an unfinished painting, I'll finish it some day in the far future when I can figure out the perspective.
September 30th, 2009 #382
So toll! Du wirst immer besser^^ Ich hoffe wirklich du machst die beiden letzten Bilder noch zu ende. Besonders Anne Boleyn hats mir angetan. Das gesicht sieht echt Klasse aus, diese Farben.
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October 3rd, 2009 #386
Hello Christina, to start with, I quite liked your general approach to figure drawing. Harmonic themes of feminine concepts reminds me of Victorian era and neo-classical styles such as Baroque ( without the influence of chiaroscuro ). The only thing which bothers me a bit in some of your illustrations is, the presentation of your character's face characteristics. I'm not quite sure but in some of your faces the nose and the eyes look a bit big of out of proportion, it's a minor mistake though with paying a bit more focus on those small aspects you will fix that. Never than less, an impressive portfolio!
October 9th, 2009 #387
those are some intresting studies you did
October 16th, 2009 #388
You're a charcoal monster :|
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October 19th, 2009 #390