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    Wow, those wood prints send me back to art class...
    They looks really cool, nice stylization.

    The face in the most recent WIP is also very unique, in both style and color. The head might be a little small in comparison with the body, but it's coming along nicely overall.


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    Cool shit, Petite! Not sure as to how the flash game can be put online... Add me to MSN, and send me the game... I could use my site as a testing ground, if you'd like.. hehe...

    I think the face of the ghost of christmas past is looking real nice! You're getting across some soft nice values there.. I like

    Listen to Andreas' advice though Good foundation is hella important!

    Rock awn!

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    Keep going Petite, you improve so much!
    Et bonanééé !!
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    Hey there. You got some very cool stuff here. Though, you should probably do more studies from life, otherwise your progress will be slower and you'll be stuck with that cartoon style for ever. Hope you don't get me wrong; your style is cool but stills pretty inconsistent.

    keep on

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    Happy New Year!

    Your lifes are good And the foreshortening is working well.

    Love the woodprints! Can't wait to see the finished result of them!
    "The fact that no one understands you doesn't make you an artist"

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    bharat - thank you! will do!
    Chate Noire - glad you like it! you were right about the head, it's slightly bigger now! ty!
    dCepT - I reworked all the foundations as you will see in my latest update added you on msn, will send game, although i think Andreas has the .swf file on a cd! you should ask him for it! thanks for the help Fred!
    Clochette - thank you Aurélie, bonanéeeeeeeeee
    A tua mãe - I understand where you're coming from man, will pick up the on the studies!
    Sorknes - thank you Sorky! means a lot! good luck wif the litol one

    and now for tonight's update, more work on my ghost, went back and redid all the foundation work for it, corrected hands, pose, feet, composition and color blocked all more or less... reverting to black and white showed me the values need pushing... so will do on that. Also i SUCK with backgrounds, so any advice on that (or color, cuz i blow at that too) is immensely appreciated! hopefully things will go much faster now...

    and in case i havent said it already, happy new year guys!

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    for a self portrait TD that JUST took place in the CA irc

    i should make those daily

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    Slash - hee!

    today's self portrait! from now on these are daily! 1h30mins for this one...
    ref from photo off webcam ^^

    Edit: Slash just told me it looks like i have a beard... so true LAWL... XD

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    Like i said on skype, get rid of the 5 'o clock shadow! Other than that you're improving fast, i like it! I've given you more specific crits on skype, so i'll just pat your ass for now.


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    Hey, you are really improving, keep on drawing! The New Moon painting is really cool, and so are these latest pieces.

    Also, your life drawings and gestures are to tight, you need to loosen up. Draw with your arm more, rather then your wrist, even in small strokes, try using your arm. A good way to practice getting better at drawing with your arm and consistently, is, to draw circles. Really large ones, large ones and small ones. Do this all of the time, I find it helps to do this before starting any drawing, drawing circles for about 10 mins. It really warms you up.

    Also, when doing life drawing, try long swoopy strokes, rather then short pecky ones. Using your confidence, by getting things right on the first try if you can. Over time you will get better at it.

    Anyways, keep drawing, and never give up!

    ~JB
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    Slash - will do!
    JustinBeckett - that was excellent advice! thank you so much, I'll apply it when drawing from life from now on! i tried applying it in those next sketches, loosening up alittle!

    Today's update (or tonight's, really...) is a bunch of thumbnails/character research for my Alice In Wonderland rewriting/remixing project. These should ultimately become paintings i want them to be 70 cm by 250cm (or a multiple thereof), might be a little extreme but i think I need to get elongated comps out of my system

    First 2 scenes from the book: "spotting the white rabbit", and "down the rabbit hole"
    Attachment 558773 Attachment 558774

    next, characters from the book!
    Cards, on the right the card knight is holding a paintgun to "paint the roses red"
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    Mad Hatter, Duchess with pig baby and March Hare (i hate all of those except the duchess. will redesign.)
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    And my personal fave of the night, The Queen of Hearts! she's missing her dress/costume tho... will have to work on that!
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    hope you enjoy them, I'm in the process of greyscale painting them now!
    do tell me what you think, crits welcome! ^^

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    sorry to spam, but here's the Cheschire Cat!
    not my most creative effort but eh, i kinda like it ^^
    now... Caterpillar, or start renderwork on that queen? hmmm...

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    I'm really loving your alice work, i can't wait to see what the finished world will look like! My favorite is probably the mad hatter, because of the strategically placed spout, but the queen is also fab. I'll be watching closely as you push these to a finish!

    Oh, and the pig baby is ADOWABUL!

    //edit: I don't think you need to be sorry for spamming art, if anything that's a plus on this site! ^^

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    Slash - thank you behbeh! I'm finishing up the Queen today!

    today's SP, 45 mins, done during spare time at school ^^ practicing expressions! grr

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