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    I'm doing a master study at the moment - it reminds me how far I've got to go to get really good, and I would recommend that you try some as well. They help a lot in seeing how to organise the light and composition.


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    Wunts Thanks a lot, sir!

    Black Spot Thanks again for your valuable feedbacks, it's very encouraging to see your frequent advices. I was planning to study Sargent very soon at the same time as studying the elbow and arms (and torso and everything) (insects drawings in progress as well but got to think them over)

    Anyway here's the work, guardian of Atlantis with a re-worked face, tried to make it more readable, and the current CHOW wips with references i took for mood and reference.
    photos of the sketchbook coming soon

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    cool angel dude Really like the pose and the mood of you piece
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    Hello,

    Thanks for stopping by my sb and for the good comment. I appreciate it.

    It's good to see you doing studies and moving forms in space (something I need to study more!). Really like where you're heading with the CHOW wips.

    May I ask who did the painting in the center you're using for a reference? I really like it!

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    Saara_ Thanks for the kind word, i will keep this track and i realized how much i loved pencil drawing studies and still lives (i never thought it could be possible )
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    Jephyr X no problem for the comment, glad if i've been of any help
    thanks, i'll try to polish the CHOW a bit more even though i may not have much time to work on it more. The painting is from Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, an Italian master from the 18th century i think.

    Here are my latest scribbles, i had fun with lines, but i'm not pleased with a lot of them, should have worked more on them before making another one, they're full of mistakes i got to use my brain and i know the failed ones are because i went to details before making big shapes first (damn me big shapes, big simple shapes that's the key!)

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    been slacking off on the sketchbook (all crap this time) and analysing part due to my participating on CHOW, final version btw i tried to pay attention to anatomy and leaved details for later when i'm better on simple things.

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    Blackspot -> I never considered i was done with learning proportion and form, Chows are only meant to have fun and bring color and not forget imagination work, the big part of the work is studying, analysing, scribbling, please be mercyfull, everyone learns at his own pace, mine is slow.
    I have been unable to draw lately, baby was sick and well my real life work takes some time already so well here are latest junkscribles, the colored stuff is wip.

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    tried some crosshatching painting on cs4, i'm quite happy about this technique, will use it for the sargent study
    here's the quick crosshatching try (15mins) (of course there are atrocious anatomy and proportion issues, i only wanted to try something out)

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    Armored the girly, wipwipwip

    edit ->fixed things her eand there, next step is to fix the arm and the omg hu perspective of the enviro, connect her to the environment
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    further wip for the Sargent study

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    these last few pencils are looking pretty good. One crit from me would be to try and break your lines a little more to add depth. Continuous lines, particularly outlines of large masses, flatten shapes out and remove depth.

    Other than that, just keep doing what you're doing!
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    Thanks for the comment ThomasM, I will try to apply that on the next scribbles.
    Here's some more training.

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    Looks like your on the right track keep posting dude!
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