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    a face ? the drawing sucks no ref


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    I love your use of strokes to add texture, it looks great
    Sketchbook here! Please give me a critique or three!
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=130663

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    princessbunny99:well thank you x)

    hooooooly crap. I found this video of algenfleger painting a self portrait on youtube. And I was watching for the kind of brushes he was using. basicly used the soft and the hard round brush but what i liked the most was how he controlled the edges. Something i would like to be better at. Its an interesting way of painting, something ive never tried before but it turned out pretty good. yes this is me by the way! ( without glasses)

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    Loving that portrait and the viking.

    Keep it up!

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    just went through your book for the first time. you're improving like mad! keep on doing what you're doing ;D
    -: [ sketchbook | sour.org ] :-

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    Yo thanks for dropping by my little thread. Digging your viking, but your latest selt portrait beats him I think. Nice! Now - update

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    Konstrucktion: Thanks sir. Heres an update
    Sourgasm: thank you sir! Ill try harder!!
    Enydimon: Thanks dude

    Need to do something creative instead of boring studies.. Next post ill push for lots creative shit xD

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    ARGHHHHHHHHHH~

    Nice pictures here.

    Those digital paintings are very nice, you really have a really nice control of brushstrokes. Very nice stuff.

    Keep up.

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    you've got some good stuff here.. the improvement you've made is incredible!

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    Hey. I agree nice improvement. Your digipaintings are looking great. You'll do awesome in computers with Dave Moffat (the guy on the sheridan illustration web page video)

    i really like your figure studies too. Nice hands. You'll do well with stan in life drawing too. (stans awesome he's the funniest old man)

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    Studies can be a pain in the ass, but when you feel like you're learning it's really nice. Enjoy the update. Your fucked facial structure drawing is neat! Nice arms as well. Get some Bridgman, he's the master when it comes to the skeleton and the attachment (spelling..) of muscles

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    Konstruktion: thanks dude! hmm bridgeman? ill try to find some more of his stuff.
    Jonny Dark: Im psyched for college man! Thanks!
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    Aaron Death: I sure will keep it up , thank you.


    uh kinda dissapointed did more reading and looked at pretty pictures instead of painting. I did some pages of studies but there on these big sheets of newsprint and i dont have a camera....( learned that working big is awesome)

    Also looked at my process for a sketch i did, seeing what directions i went in.
    Did a portrait of a friend today. Used the crap out of this dot matrix brush i created.( Andrew jones would laugh )

    and a 1 minute sketch in photoshop with a raggged brush ( it feels good)

    notes to self , well i got to get some bridgeman stuff. Draw some real people and try to do a line drawing before i paint.

    Stuff i want to do... some sort of other portrait maybe a character or environment ( probably environment )

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    Sick stuff. And a ton of progress in a relatively short amount of time. DEF gonna' have to keep an eye on this thread. Maybe two.

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    meissner: thanks man!

    well i havent done a whole lot. I pushed this piece pretty far but i think i can go farther next time.

    i was dissapointed in my last one so i looked around and found some stuff that really made me feel better.

    more to do.....

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    Great improvement, you have a fairly good grasp of values in your painting, what I'd work on now is edges. It would really help to improve your pieces greatly if you zoomed in and really sharpened up some areas of detail.

    Keep up the progress, and keep working hard.

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