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    _:::Become Awesome:::_

    I'll just post my progress, and whatever i happen to think looks online worthy as often as i can. Please leave comments

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    Ill be sure to have lots more digi stuff soon.

    quick little girl study:
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    rendering from life:
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    learning to render with charcoal:
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    technical perspective practice:
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    1hr speedpaint:
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    _:::Become Awesome:::_

    im not too great at enivronments, but im learning...
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    this mornings speedpaint:
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    1hr

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    really iam so interested in your posts continue a show us more soon

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    people are rubbish not to give you another comment! lol

    your stuff is exciting

    i like art too
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    thanks very much for the comments
    im a student currently on summer holiday now, so i should have plenty of time to keep this up. your replies keep me eager to continue practicing

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    1hour speedpaint (bit dodgy)
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    3D anatomy practice
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    ill be posting more paper stuff once i find a working scanner

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    Just thought it might be helpful to others to see how i approach speedpainting.
    I literally just start with random squiqqles or shapes, squint my eyes, then go with the flow. Finishing touches are usually sorting out the levels and hues:
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    im no professional, but i remember that when i first started trying to speedpaint, i couldnt understand how it was done. So i hope i help someone out there...

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    I'm actually training in hopes of one day becoming a 2D/3D character artist, thought i'd show my development process:
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    Nice!
    I love how you've managed to make the material look creased without actually changing the mesh. How did you achieve that?

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    I like your works, I love the last one character, nice job!

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    Great stuff.
    Funny way to do a kind of random speedpaint. Thanks for sharing!
    The creases on the model are smart, but perhaps a bit too much?

    My sketchbook contains cartoon studies and Pokémon.
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    I like your sketchbook. Keep practicing and you could become great.

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