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    Studies from life (drawing, painting, digital)

    Thought I'd post some traditional work up.. The most important stuff IMHO..

    Studies from life (drawing, painting, digital) Studies from life (drawing, painting, digital)

    Studies from life (drawing, painting, digital)

    Studies from life (drawing, painting, digital)

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    Kinman...you are fantastic. I see you studied with Steve Huston - he's a great artist. I can see his influence a bit. You also reind me a bit of Dean Cornwell (who I'm sure Huston was influenced by) - probably my favorite illustrator of all time.

    I'd love to see what else you'll create.

    And now for the annoying curious question ... how old are you?

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    Hey loomer!

    In answer to your question, I'm 24. Thanks for being curious and annoying...
    Here's some head studies for you.

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    nice painting

    I really love the middle painting! Just gorgeous! Quick question, how long did the figure drawing (man with mustache) on the top right take you to do? Also, very nice! Same question for the middle painting. Again, great stuff.

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    Very nice stuff Kinman. I saw your stuff last night at Dallas' workshop for the first time. Your work is really good.

    Off I go to check your site! :thumbsup:
    -http://iwasink.com/-
    DS Illustration
    "Get reference.
    There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
    No one complains about life drawing,
    so take a photo.
    its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."

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    Wow, those paintings are awesome, very good use of colors!

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    wow man, that's some awesome work you got there. i love that third painting... it looks like a photograph :eek:
    love the stuff on the website. post more!!

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    Thanks all for the comments! :chug:

    to rambhat: the longer poses were done in about four to five hours of time.. the other studies are no longer than five mins (except for the very last head study i posted)..

    it's hard to find classes that will have longer sessions than five hours, however this pose was about ten hours long (2 sessions)..

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    will post more soon..
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    really good stuff.....great use of shape and color
    illustration web space:
    www.ebillustration.com
    general portfolio website:
    www.ebillustration.com/gallery
    ca sketchbook:
    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=118097

    careful, if you click on the sketch book link while you are viewing my ca sketchbook you might get stuck in a causality loop

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    those oil paintings are gorgeous. the only thing i would crit is the white spots of the canvas showing through on the first oil. those flesh tones on that second painting are so nice

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    yeah i dont like the white spots either

    but seriously.... i love your work, great color and shapes! soo nice, can't wait to see more of your work.

    keep it real mah azn brotha!

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    My photoshop sargent copy.. I posted the process in the tutorial section if anyone's interested..

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    those first two pages are wonderful. there is some really sensitive attention to light and edges in the second study.
    a couple of these drawings a paintings have some proportional issues (ie large head on that one painting) which Im sure you've noticed. Otherwise these are fantastic. I've checked out your site before this post and I've enjoyed flipping through your work.

    One more thing, on a more personal note... copying Sargent in photoshop should be a sin.... well ok its not that serious but digital paintings just have a wierd feel. they don't really do it for me... (this forum is probably the wrong place to post something like that .....)

    anyways, well done.

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    I completely agree with the digital master copy comment... there are actually a few reasons why I did this digitally:

    -to test my custom brushes
    -get used to the color mixing on computer
    -save time and hours (since it's hard these days to leave aside ten to twelve sittings worth)
    -preserve the clean space in my room (don't want any unwanted oil smearing my walls and floor)..

    Other than that.. thanks for noticing the problems in my paintings.. they've been apparent to me for a while now.. but hey.. improvement is constant... and they will get better..

    cheers!

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    'sigh'

    So bloody cool.

    -Joshua

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