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    lovin the studies - you always remind me to work on construction! -cheers for that :]

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    Hey there mate, sorry for my absence (again) really cool stuff as always, but id really like to see something finished from you, other than just studies

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    zou-Thank you very much mate
    knut--Thnx for the crit mate.Yep its not finished i will keep working it, but i will not change the pose cause it will make me lose time and i cant
    Vatsel-Thank you mate i am glad
    Parsakoira-Yo parsa, no prob mate, i am also quite inactive lately.heheh yep dont worry i will keep working on the previous piece.Thank you

    ok didnt had time to work on the piece but had time to do some studies some from ref some no
    Thank you very much for supporting

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    damn dude O _____ O

    thats some fine construction work

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    nice studies man, lets see some refining, as in ..lets see some more focused studies, instead of drawing circles to show mass use values and try to see what muscles appear on the skin and which muscles are less obvious.

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    I agree with Krato, time for some new challenges !

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    good work ! you're still active man

    just keep it !

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    keep keep keep it up! I gotta say, your username is like 2 letters away from my email which is KingKonstad. ANYWAYS, I second what Krato said above. I haven't looked through the past 15 or so pages recently but I think some still life studies couldn't hurt either.

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    Vatsel-Thank you very much mate
    Krato-thnx for the suggestions kevin.here today i played with values.I will do more
    Lyno-but i think i have done it before .THanx very much mate
    zou-hehe thnx mate.But i just work a few hours the most of these days.
    Metal Fingers-eheeh thnx mate.Whats your name? Yeah i know i know i have to do, i just dont feel like doing any of these things in this period.But when i finish these extra exams i will do.I will actually try to do everysingle suggestion you mates do.I just need my time and schedule

    So thank you all for your great interest and support!!!
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    You really make me want to do both greyscale and more sketches of figures to make them even more solid!

    In the rendered ones above, its nice how the small brush strokes flow with the image and really enhance the form. It looks nice with small strokes instead of blotchy ones I tend to try and use 'economical' strokes, but I want to try this way as well.

    Your last posed character with daggers - the bg is REALLY confusing the image because of how close it is to the skin colors. Its a good idea to vary the tone a lot from the major shapes in the character, or else it blends in. Making it darker and altering the hue would do the trick I think.

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    Great studies dood. The grayscale one and the figures above.

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    Are they from imagination excluding the one with the REF on?

    That's just awesome, They look very, very natural to me.

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    Inspiration! Thank you, king

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    yeah like jakers said ! the brush traces are great to enhance form !

    good work

    but if i was you i wouldn't go completely black (in some)

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    Jesus man, you update like crazy, and with good stuff too!

    I'm glad to know you were second best of class... now this semester I want you the be the best

    Keep up the hard work

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    I could just put those figure studies in my mouth and chew on them! lol Love 'em! Keep that shit up. The thumbs and quick paints you did are cool too. I think you could push some of those a bit more but it's neat to see you just through ideas down onto the canvas. Great thread!

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    Nice rendering on those studies. But I might say, that pose of that knife-topless guy not that cool, imo. First sketch (like than he was running) was much more dynamic. However - nice work )

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    Hey dude!
    Really enjoying all your torso and figure studies. Id watch out for doing too much though and leaving other stuff out. Maybe try looking at some head hands and feet. Make sure you can put together a whole figure just as well as your torsos and main bodies.

    Also just a though, on your last figure/colour illustration. Id watch out for going into rendering and detail too quickly. You rendered out the whole figure before even thinking of the background, and that could lead to some bad composition and contrast/lighting. I should think its better to work everything up at a similar rate. So your lighting/contrast is consistant and provides a good composition. It makes it easier to make changes too.

    Looking good though dude, keep up the great work!

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    Neat studies you've got there.

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    Very nice poses and study!

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    do more! also look at phil hales work see how he draws like tendons and muscles an adaptation of that would be cool

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    Jakers-Thank you very much mate.Yep i understand, i simply blocked in some colors and not worked more on the body, i understand that there must be a "contrast" between them so that someone can easily see the figure.
    krel-Thank you very much mate
    Lakka-hehehe yep only one from ref.But there are somehow exagerrated in order to see something.THank you mate
    witcrack-Thank you very much mate, i am glad
    zou-hehe thnx mate.I know i did it with level adjudgement to see results.I usually start lighter and going darker later.
    Morgado-lol mate thnx very much.but its different, the first one was a girl that had great grades in theoritical lessons.And i dont think i am going to be the first in the artistic side of the school, there is another kind of critique.
    Zebz-THank you very much mate !!!yeah i know, damn i must do something about it soon
    Seraph Fawkes-thnx very much seraph
    PHATandy-Thnx very much andy.Yeah you are totally right.I paid attention in rendering the figure somehow and i lost the interest quickly.I am always doing something and immediately when i find out something new that seem to improve me i want to go to another piece.I definitely have to fight this thing specially next year.Yep i will try to do more complete figures and not so focused, but need focused to!!!! lol i will burn my brain
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    Krato-Yo thnx kevin.Wow phil hale have great works!!!i will do some study on him, thnx

    ok yesterday came home late and started a Ingres study.i wanna do some more of it but damn seriusly i may take my time soon to do a full piece cause it becomes disturbing right?but probably i would not update that often when i will do it.
    Also some ass sketchbook things did yesterday.I think its a nice challenge in that size

    probably will do more later, and comment

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    Nice stydy. Though (I've checked original) right and middle one a little bit overexposured. Left one closest to original just misses a stronger shadow under right knee (like in the right one). Still - great work man.

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    the ingres study seems done with your shading style
    good thing for you

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    You've studied anatomy well, and your sketch style quite unique and cool )
    And indeed, in the last piece you've brought some of your own shading style.

    Anyway - great work!

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    every time i come to your sketchbook I'm under the impression that there are like 10+ pages then the last time i visited ,
    the last studies you posted are so awesome, guess that's what living in Greece mean, study after old statues ^^.

    You might want to avoid using black, even when your working with gray scales, just for the time being , the same with white. They just don't react well with your coloring method, after a while if you feel like it you could reintroduce blacks and whites

    cheers m8 nice to see you are working hard ^^

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    very nice king! i like the "ASS BOOK" lol good update man and yeah phil hale is great!

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    Awesome work man! The Ingres studies are jaw dropping. Is the ass-book with pencil or pen?

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    amazing anatomy studies, inspirational. thanks, hope you dont mind me doing a bit of studies off your studies...

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    wooohoo that digi figure paint is on the money. good stuff.

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