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  1. #482
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    Thank you oren, Hellcow and Denoir

    two new speedpaints... Photoshop and Wacom tablet, between 1-2 hours each.

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

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    Unfinished digital painting - Anne Boleyn's Revenge

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    I'm not happy with it and thus not in the mood to finish it, but it's still OK as a "speedpaint".
    Maybe I'll want to finish it later when I have more skill...

    Aarrrrgh my room is almost 30°C hot... and my notebook's CPU is almost boiling. No good! I'll turn off the computer and do some traditional sketching now.

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  3. #483
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    Your SB is just gorgeous to look through. I'm not an artist and I'm not sure if it's close but your art has that neoclassical feel about it, and it's just beautiful.

    it's not the end that matters but the journey
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  4. #484
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    Wow. Those cast study paintings and the figure drawings are jaw dropping magnificent. And the with classical studies the line sensitivity really reveals the form well. Keep at it Your doing a stellar job.

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  5. #485
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    ilmenhin, thank you

    sanakris, thanks a lot

    Finished my 1st still life at Angel Academy, whee!
    Tomorrow's the last day at school, then I'll go to Rome for 2 days, with my awesome boyfriend, omg omg *.*
    And then back home to Germany for summer holidays!
    And then to Norway for one and a half months, to study with Odd Nerdrum. I'm a bit anxious already...

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    sketches from head

    Kristina is now a FULLTIME freelance illustrator! - updated April 3rd
    Kristina is now a FULLTIME freelance illustrator! - updated April 3rd
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  7. #486
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    nice works (in fact i mean greaaat)

    your sketches from the head are also awesome.
    i always wondered if angel student are given some some magics elixir or something ...
    don't tell me they don't, cause i won't believe !!!

    have nice trip

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  8. #487
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    that still life is just plain awesome, i really like your lines in your sketches.
    great stuff keep it coming!

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    Most of the charcoal and some of the digital color studies are pretty decent but the 2nd cast oil painting is AWESOMENESS! Keep up the good work!

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    The still life looks amazing! How long do you need to finish one of these? Looks like a lot of work...

    “Nothing in this world that's worth having comes easy”

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    Love the drawings, great work

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    wow, I really enjoying your drawing and progression..
    I like your sketch and colour! want to see more from you =)

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    zou, thank you hehe, I'm not sure about the magical elixir for angel students, but everyone here is really kicking everyone's butt and the teachers are pushing everyone to do better. It's a hardcore motivational environment, I guess.

    Yor, thank you

    Alien, thanks!

    Nele, danke! (here's some coffee). The still life took a couple of days, which is like lightspeed, at least for angel academy standards XD

    Alex and aldodark, thank you

    I went to Rome on Monday and Tuesday together with my awesome boyfriend, and it totally rocked (even though we didn't get to see all the Caravaggio paintings there). Especially the ancient Roman ruins were mindblowing! I think I know now what "Stendhal Syndrome" is.

    New digital painting, I'm titling it simply "Eighty Nine".
    It's a self portrait in the year 2078-2079... actually I would have to turn 300 years old to paint all the pictures I want to paint, if I include my procastination issues into the calculation. But let's have realistic goals! XD Turning eighty-nine one day (and still being able to paint then) is good enough for me!

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    damn that still life from post #486 is mind blowing! You study at angel academy in Florence right? i consider applying for that school in a years time, would you recommend the school?

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    that old woman's right hand is backwards.

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