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    Whadup, it's mau, the guy that was hanging out with Hans this morning.
    I won't give you a technical comment since my skills are not that good and you probably have plenty of informative feedback from the academy guys already.. (i realize that this will probably tell you more about my stylistical preferences rather than your technical abilities).
    My favorite pick from this page are this
    http://img204.imageshack.us/img204/9621/thaidos.jpg
    for the strong colors and the lovely design of the flowers/background, for what is worth the figure looks pretty solid to me and i can definitely see the influence of gesture drawings in the way you approached it, i think it looks pretty right and it's an engaging image that may be worth some time spent on

    and this
    http://img223.imageshack.us/img223/8697/vannzza.jpg

    I think the pose is eye-catching and really admire your palette selection for those skin tones, nice green/blue shades (and the pink is not "too obvious"), it's bit reminiscent of linda bergkvist, isn'it? I'm not into that kind of stuff but i can sort of see what you're aiming for, pretty good.
    (I think there may be something funky goin' on with that left arm/wrist foreshortening but you probably know already)
    I also picked this picture because of its darkness, just a matter or taste really but i think you try could adding a very subtle bit of "grittiness" to your images, see what it happens (i know hans will strongly disagree with me here )...if you hadn't written it, I would have thought that you were a bouguereau fan!
    Oh, i think I saw a portrait of Susan, am I crazy?
    Well, i think that's it... See ya!

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    i know u say u dont like it but the one on the right in post 317 is one of my fav on the page id love to see it finished! amazing work

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    destinyapocalypse: teşekkür ederim

    Lostlimeturtle: thank you!

    Mau, thanks a lot! Hehe, there's really a portrait of Susan =)
    Actually, I learn a lot from Bouguereau, even though I'm not a fan, I admire his technique and skill.
    Your sketchbook rocks, by the way. Ci vediamo!

    tokotewhero, thank you!


    Here's the first part of a skintone painting tutorial I made about a week ago. Someday I'll kick myself in the butt to finish the 2nd and 3rd part also.

    (Disclaimer: this is just "my" way to learn/paint/observe, and I can't guarantee that it'll make things "click" for everybody; I'm not a teacher after all and still have SO much to learn!)

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    Thanks for the wonderful color tutorial!! o.o That is so cool!! Your art is so classical styled. It's a nice flavor to your modernized pieces o.o Beautiful!!! *cling*

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    OMG Florence?? Okay I have to start at the beginning, but it'll take me a bit of time.. o.o;; But it's amazing! I want to know your journeys!!

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    Thank you So-naa
    The skintone painting tutorial isn't finished yet, I'm still working on it. Here's the second-third part.

    Kristina is now a FULLTIME freelance illustrator! - updated April 3rd

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    Part 4 of the skintone painting tutorial

    Kristina is now a FULLTIME freelance illustrator! - updated April 3rd

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    Last part of the skintone tutorial

    Kristina is now a FULLTIME freelance illustrator! - updated April 3rd

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    Wow you sure get a lot of work done!
    I totally like the way you paint those hands and fingers - THAT'S SO DIFFICULT!!! And the faces are beautiful as well of course...

    I guess I see you in school

    CIAO!!!

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    Thank you Hans!

    Finally finished my 1st charcoal cast!
    Took somewhere between 50 and 70 hours. The medium is Nitram charcoal, kneaded eraser, brushes, stomps, etc. on paper.

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    Wow that hand is good, i can see why it took so long.

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    Beautiful hand - absolutely stunning (thanks for posting the skin tone color stuff above too - very helpful indeed!)

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    very interesting sets of tutorials you have here , cheers for that!

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