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    i really enjoyed these. the last one is my fave. interesting that you decided to paint fitness women. its different and fresh...but then again they are women....hot!

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    interesting project indeed. you managed to maintain the character in each one...nice bold brush strokes

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    Holy smokes! These are great, really hot, and made with a pretty simple technique. I like it a lot!

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    Man these are very good! Post more!

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    They are nice, but I think they'd be greatly improved with a bit of blending. Some of the edges are so harsh, they look unfinished. Like a paint-by-numbers thing.

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    Are these paintovers?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twoplus View Post
    They are nice, but I think they'd be greatly improved with a bit of blending. Some of the edges are so harsh, they look unfinished. Like a paint-by-numbers thing.
    Thanks. Hmm can you please describe how I can blend them? What should I do?

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    I have tha same question as Martyr: Are these paintovers? (they really seem to be) would you describe your working method?
    Cause if these aren't paintovers, and you haven't used colorpicker while drawing these, than I must say that you have pretty nice understanding of color, and the anatomy of human face.
    But if these ARE paintovers... well they don't look bad, but nothing special.

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    Here is the method I followed up. In fact I am not really good with colours but im trying to develope it and this way I do, I imagine it helps. Do you have any suggestion about colours?


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    maybe try your hand at drawing one free hand rather then tracing line art id be interested to see your own natural drawing ability.

    these do look awesome but any chance of seeing some other stuff man

    your colors seem fine to me

    keep it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by ab4185 View Post
    maybe try your hand at drawing one free hand rather then tracing line art id be interested to see your own natural drawing ability.


    keep it up
    yeah, that would also help you practice your hand, instead of kinda "copying" it. I also like your colors.

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