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    Alicia Thanks a lot!
    Sean Sorry for not posting for two weeks. It is something I have to pay attention to more often!

    Okay, I have decided to participate in each and every ChoW from now on. No excuses anymore, I have to push myself.

    So, here is my work from the last two ChoWs: Carnivalé and Seasons.












    I also did some outdoor paintings and some other stuff I had to post. But I will do that tomorrow. I just came from work and I want to rest xD

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    Hey man! Looking goooood
    I love the little squirrels!! Really cute! Too bad you didn t finish her foot tough, would have made her even more sensuel I think. But hey, at least u finished it

    Kudos! Great work man

    You remember me I guess? You competing in the new Chow? mmm Maybe I join in too.

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    Kir Hey man! Thanks for looking trough my sketchbook! Of course I know who you are. I'd be a fool to forget you xD Yeah I'm gonna compete in this ChoW. I planning on doing a redesign on Frankensteins Monster. Unfortunately I didn't have too much time to draw. But I'll post something up soon in the thread. I insist you participating as well. Man....it would be a blast to see some new work by you

    Okay, update time. Like I said I would put some of the outdoor paintings I did in here. So here they are. As well as some other studies. Still rockin' the toothbrush!

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    wow! nice artwork. ITs nice to see a flower bloom and grow, it its also beautiful to see a flower die. it schribbles and grays. Keep growing with imagination, the real creativity comes when it begins to die.



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    the eye sketches sweet sweet sweet
    keep on rockin' Kai

    and a little idea: by now you painted faces without shadows. Maybe you could sit down in the dark, just with a single lamp and a mirror and play around with harsh shadows and do a self-portrait. Charcoal would be the most easy to use medium for this ~ could teach you a ton about the form of the face and how strongly you can push the shadows C:

    I just took a break to post this.
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    nice stuff so far. The chow was a toughy for sure. Nice go at it .

    Keep up with those eye and facial feature studies! check out Vanderpoel and more Bridgman .

    Try to draw from a real/mode skull rather than a picture of one. Esp the one you have, It looks like a monkey skull more than a standard human one, well maybe not that bad but it looks odd.

    With just a little more understanding of form and anatomy,underlying structure your stuff is gonna take off.

    Try do draw through your objects oh and draw boxes... ton of boxes

    be checkin back!

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    Darknight No I don't. On average my brushes cost like 6 bucks each. I use the good stuff only.
    l0stinth0ughts Thank you for your comment. I had to re-read it a couple of times until I understood what you really meant. I think I'm getting it and I will work on it!
    Kiera That's a good suggestion. I'm gonna get some charcoal and do some of them in the holidays.
    Zazerzs Thank you. Good point about drawing trough my form. I kinda do it in a lazy way: Scribble, scribble...hmm how is it on the other side...ah screw it it's probably round...scribble scribble. The skull is weird indeed. My teacher pointed out it's too long to be a accurate human skull. But then again, I'd rather have a inaccurate skull than no skull at all


    Omg, I should be ashame of myself. I have done tons of work in between this and the last post but I really don't know what to show. A small update: I had an assessment for my painting class and I got a 5/10...yeah, my first insufficient mark this year. But it's not that big of a deal, this really doesn't count since it's not the end of the semester yet. But it does mean I have to push it harder. Which I have.

    I almost finished a sketchbook from cover to cover, which I never have done before. The coming three weekends I'm gonna go out to a variety of nature museums here in the Netherlands to sketch and study animals. I'm doing a lot of anatomy studies now. I entered the Team ChoW with darknight and we're gonna push ourselves out of our comfort zone.....

    Okay, just to give you an idea of what I have been doing. I will try to update tomorrow with visual material! Bare with me. Right now I feel pumped to go and fill that sketchbook so I'm gonna try to do that. Hold on thight....here i come!!

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    As I promised, my upload.

    I got into the Visual Development class of Jason01. Here's what I've done until now:










    EDIT

    Okay a minor update on the silhouettes. I was able to tackle Alice for now:


    Okay, here it is....paintings, sketchbook pages and 10, 30 & 45 sec gesture drawings. Have fun

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    Nice update Keep on crankin.

    For the anatomy study stuff: after you do your book study close the book and draw it again a few more times only referring back to the book for spots you need help in, that way you really learn it.

    I wouldn't mind seeing a few pages of face proportion studies, seems like your heads get a little wonky at time.

    Ha now you can't get rid of me

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    Zazerzs Thanks a lot man! I do draw after the book studies. All the drawings I made of the body outline with the bones in it are done the way you recommend me to do it as well. You're right about the face, I need to study it as thoroughly as I do the body studies (those studies are from the last 3 days ). I will do some of those. Promise. And thanks for sticking with me. I don't want to get rid of you

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    yo! when i read through your thread for some reason i thought u might be dutch, maybe because the teacher recommended toothbrushes, not a thing they would do in the US or something i think where they seem more busy with technical advancement then with experiment.

    like your painting a lot, especially with the toothbrushes, and from there on. Looks quite powerful. do you study at willem de kooning in rotterdam? which education?

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    Yeah, I am waiting as well!

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    uh oh looks whats starting :)

    Update please.

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    Aah sorry guys! I didn't know I had fans xD I didn't update in more than two months.....SHAME ON ME!

    I'm gonna make it up to you:
    First, an update on the visual development mentorship with Jason01!

    Queen of hearts:


    King of hearts:


    Cheshire cat:


    White rabbit:


    Line ups:


    Alterations:


    Favorite line up:


    The next step is to make line drawings of 'em. I'll keep you guys updated

    Uhm..lemme see. What's next? I filled another sketchbook in the two months I didn't update this sketchbook. I think I'll show you a few pages.

    I failed the last period of my minor so I had to make another portrait which I did:
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    I passed

    I also made a Frazetta copy/study. I spent 8 hours on the freaking drawing....after that I thought...screw this...I want to PAINT not draw...
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    And I have to make another copy to fix the mark....

    Okay....now I have like 60+ images I won't put in some order. The way they appear is most likely the order I made them in, with a few exceptions. You'll find studies, sketches, thumbnails, drawings, gestures, wips and what not. Just take a look into the two past months of my life.....have fun

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    meeega update, yes, keep on pushing, I see you are on a good way, some of those pictures are the best I've ever seen from you!

    The portrait looks great, character sketches, animal studies and thumbnails look good - the Frazetta study came out nicley, the re-creation of the picture where the woman hunts rabbits has good characters, good anatomy and tells a story-
    too bad you didn't take Frazettas strong sense of composition, abstraction and design in the new picture - leaving out the sky and the earth and only focusing on the characters and the necessary or interessting surroundings could make the picture more Frazetta-ish..
    like this: http://img210.imageshack.us/i/frazettaidee.jpg/
    (this would be even easy to do traditionally if you dare to cut your picture to pieces and glue it on a white paper)

    haha, that's about it, keep on drawing and updating, Conceptart is waiting for your updates

    I just took a break to post this.
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    Ok another update

    First up, some studies:
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    Next some 10 min exercises. Something I stole from Zazerzs. At least...I saw him doing it in his sketchbook:
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    I've been going to the nature museum a lot lately. It's so damn fun to draw animals!
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    Last Friday I went to the biggest nature museum here in the Netherlands with Kiera and two of her friends. I had a lot of fun. The museum was sooo huge and it was nice to meet Kiera and her two friends. Oh...and I got to see her draw in front of my eyes.... It was soooo good and it sure gave me a kick in the ass.
    This is what I did....far too less if you asked me...but I also took a lot of pictures, next time I'm gonna draw more!
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    And something I did yesterday. It's funny how something you have for a long time and see everyday suddenly becomes an interesting subject to draw, because you want to draw it
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    Ok...back to my homework....bleh

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    Nice, now that's some mileage!

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    What? I thought I've already posted my reply.. huh?
    How can that be?
    Nm, dawing hard, having fun - I finall saw your sketchbook wooohooo.

    Too bad you didn't you record that train speech -
    It was one of these motivational sketches that you give before a hard battle.

    I just took a break to post this.
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    Kathi Yeah....you saw one of my sketchbooks And about the train conversation....well...let me know if you need motivation again...I got plenty of those where it came from. Maybe we should hang out more, next time I'll come to your town. A friend of my will be signing at the comic con freddy mentioned. If you two are still going...I might tag along. I still have something I want her to sign

    Ok...sketches...Here's the work I did in the last three days. Maaan, meeting Kiera and her friends sure gave me a kick in the asssss

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    Also Sean (darknight) asked me where my speedpaintings are (Link)...Well. Here are two I did a while ago from a photograph. 15 min studies each staring with a big brush and trying to get the environment down.

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    Boom, another update.

    Ok...I gotta try it out...It's a new statement I have...: Illustration is thinking like a child. but drawing like an adult. That's what I think it is now...

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    And I'm...

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    And some studies:

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    Aaaand...My first painting in oils...

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    Some details:

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    Stay tuned

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    Continuing with the Alice silhouettes into line drawings....



    And don't know what to do with these two....



    Sketches and studies coming up one of these days. Just wanted to do a quick update

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    Update...

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    I started on an own version of Sindbad the Sailer of the seven seas. Here's some work I did until now.

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    That's all for now

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    Some more thumbnails.....omg...the third one looks like Sindbad in a Diva pose

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    Wohoo page 4!

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    I have a project week this week. This is a week where there are no classes but you pick a class for a whole week. I picked Anatomy and Figure drawing for the whole week. And it's fun, fun, fun.

    Yesterday's batch in pencil:
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    Today's batch in charcoal. I really forgot how much fun charcoal is
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    This is a small drawing I made talking to my teacher about my own studies and what I already know. She also explained how a lot of muscles function and which types of muscles there are. I learned so much today
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    And a Frazetta piece I'm planning to copy in oils. This is a WIP.
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    Stay tuned.

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    Nice work here

    Hey, thanks for the comment. I am trying to draw at least 3 hours a day so when I manage to achieve this goal I get a lot of studies at the end . I see you draw a lot as well, so many different subjects you draw, quiet amazing. Guess you are trying to cower everything as soon as possible. Maybe it might help if you really focus at one thing at a time. Works for me tho. Also, where did you get those really edgy anatomcial studies? Have never seen it before, is it from Vilppu? Or did you made them up by your self? Hope to see more soon

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    Fredy: Thanks! Here is some more.

    Okaay, update. Today's batch with charcoal:

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    Some studies of today:
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    Ah man...it's so much fun. Drawing foreshortened bodies is so much fun

    Ok, now to bed....sleepy...tomorrow more

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    Whoa, you draw a looooooot! That's awesome.

    Try to focus on form even more on your studies. You started of good, but it seems to me you started focusing on lines more afterwards. Make sure to measure everything in the longer poses, it will pay off in the end

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    Donna: Thank you for noticing and mentioning it! I did focus on lines after I thought the shapes were put down. It's indeed a better thing to study on shape rather then lines.

    For today's work I listened to Donna's advice and did some 10 min studies of the form of the body. Today was also the last day we had with a nude figure. It's kinda sad we don't do this as often as I want to. Drawing from a live nude is much more fun than drawing from pictures all the time.

    All we did this whole week is 1, 5, 10 or 20 minute poses. I wanted to do something much longer, like a 60 min pose. But nobody else wanted to do that. The teacher and the model thought it was a good suggestion but too bad the rest of the class said no. I want to do a long live model study

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    And a stupid study page in my sketchbook of the model and a photo on the presentation screen:
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    I want to draw more peopleeeeee and they don't have a figure drawing class starting anywhere near on short notice

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    To my big surprise we had a model for an hour today before the presentations. So I could do 4 more form studies!

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    Stay tuned


    funny....I see improvement in just drawing a figure around 4 hours a day for the last 5 days....wow...

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    Just finished this speed paint...just because I felt like it Experimenting with color and composition

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    Edit:

    The result of being bored again

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