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    PsiBug, hp and zaorr: Thanks,

    Another much delayed update. I've been busy with exams and another project so not had much time to do sketching and have been pretty lazy about updating, bad me. Thankfully it's summer now so no excuses.

    This is a small colour study from a painting from ARC.
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    Sketches from ARC.
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    The finished pencil work from a few posts up.
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    And him again.
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    90 and 60 second poses from pose-maniacs.
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    Longer poses
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    Derek Jacobi and Bela Lugosi
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    Aand finally just a random character sketch
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    Looks great, keep it up!

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    Wow. Inspiring sketchbook! I'm digging your angel image, and also the fallen angel Belial portrait.
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    very good work, 5 stars

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    dierat: Thanks
    freakmod: Heh, thank you. I'm quite fond of the Belial pic though there are a few things, mainly the hair and neck, that I'm thinking about going back and fixing.
    zou: Cheers,

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    A not-so-quick colour study practicing painting skin. Used a rather fuzzy photo as a ref.

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    Wow! I love your sb! Especially the character designs/original characters, they have so much personality!

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    You have goregous linework... but I do notice that your faces always have a tendancy to be kind of long and stretched vertically.

    Keep going though!!
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    The skintones and hair is nice. But the head structure looks a bit strange, perhaps that is intentional .
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    Matte_Art:I do agree that most of my faces are long, I think that's mostly because I usually prefer lean faces. Am trying to work on varying facial structure.
    Fumble: On the last pic I was playing about with the features and went maybe too far I think.

    Not too much of an update this time. Just my finished piece for this year's All Girl's TD and a WIP. I have been doing some sketches but my pc is no longer connected to my scanner so they haven't been scanned yet.
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    Wow I love your style!
    Really like your faces and figure studies - inspiring!
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    Noukah: Thanks, . I should actually be practicing other parts of anatomy but faces are my favorite so I tend to sink in to sticking with them.
    Aaro_n: Cheers!

    A (relatively) quick master copy of an unfinished painting by William Bouguereau.

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    I did a Bouguereau study yesterday so today it's Leighton, this one took a bit longer than the last one and felt a fair bit trickier.

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    fantastic studies you have here! your faces are very strong and the rendering is great as well! don't know what else to say, keep updating
    have 5!

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    Frank Gressie: Thanks! I'm trying to post more often, here's seeing how that goes I've checked out your sb, will be leaving a proper comment there soon, looks great!

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    Yup, it's another one, the devil makes work for idle hands and all that. For today I chose an a painting with altogether loser brushwork than I'm used to. The artist is Sir Henry Raeburn.
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    Awesome new studies. I kinda envy you a bit, I should do more faces too, but I still tend to avoid them since I find them so hard to depict. But at the same time it's very inspiting too Keep going!

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    Noukah: Thank you , these have been fun in a way trying out different ways of painting, I should probably be trying out fuller figures and other body parts. And eventually I'll have to tackle my nemesis: the landscape.

    Getting bored of these yet? This time it's John Singer Sargent's 'Vernon Lee'
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    A prequel to an old pic of mine: http://Edriss.deviantart.com/art/You...Yours-68036881 (yes, DA *hissboo*)

    This is my oc Enoch as a young boy a few days after some time-traveling shenanigans have led to him meeting his future wife, the nephilim Damien.

    Originally I intended for the image to resemble the first with a cartoonish, cell-shaded, look but after the lineart was done and the colouring started I decided to see how it would look if I kept some of the cartoonish elements but went for a more painterly colour.

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    Great Stuff there! Keep up the good work.8)
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    AbstractPagan: Thanks

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    Been to the Lake District from Sunday to this afternoon with my course, we've been mainly just sketching and taking photos so I thought I'd give my sb a much needed update.

    First off some blind contour sketches of other people on my course.
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    Now some quick sketches done on post-its while we were out an about, for a drawing assignment.
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    I have to do a hundred of these so there will be more.

    Now some landscape sketches. We did a lot of walking and photo-taking but not much actual sketching.
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    Here's some WIPs for a painting of an OC that I've been working on on-and-off for a few weeks now, at the moment I'm sad to say it's been more off than on.

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    Looks great so far; I love the way you paint skin and hair! Keep at it, I can't wait to see it further along

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    i think some of your characters in your paintings are not getting affected by the light source appropriately, colorwise and light wise. i think if you blocked in all the colors first before putting in the face it might help.

    such pretty hair


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    I see some good work! you have good skill on paint!

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    really awesome stuff Edriss!!! cant wait for more!!!
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    Love your style! Your faces have a lot of character and personality in them ^_^

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