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    Love your pen sketches, and figure drawings, keep it up!

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    Yo, nice to see you updating again! Really nice sketching! That environment feels really dynamic. The acrylic painting looks nice, but her skin looks a bit too yellow, may be because of the photo.
    Keep it up my friend!

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    Movenski: 1. From my figure drawing class, the instructor always instructed us to establish a horizontal axis, dividing the paper in half. This is usually where the torso lies. Problem is that I might draw larger than expected, thus trying to forcefully "feature" everything in the paper. Later on I learned to just cut/shave some parts off the top and bottom if needed. As for starting point for my gestures, I used to tend to start from the head and sometimes torso. My instructor on the other hand, advised us to start from the bottom up just for a change, which helped immensely. 2.Thanks!
    Zeus12:definitely will, thanks for your encouragement!
    Mumph: Yeah, I swear I have bad luck with photography...but in reality her skin is more orange-ish.

    I think I might have made some progress digitally...thanks to watching Mr. Jack's speed painting video. following is the results of watching...speed paint!

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    I'm SOOO in the mood

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    hey, thanks for the visit to that sb of mine nice figures here, I wish you was a bit more accurate with them - would be a bomb! xD

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    griffinfly: pleasure was mine! definitely going to work on accuracy!

    bored, made a fake ad of my friend and I.

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    we major,
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    Colors are a little dull there, but the form is great! Especially in the last faces. Great form in the nude studies too.

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    I think the colors are very flat on that first girl, some more variation is needed. Also the edges are very sharp, again I think some variation between soft and hard edges works better. It feels like she is balancing on her knees, maybe it´s because of the angle of the hip.
    The speedpaint is really nice. Something strange going on with HER left leg though. I like the ad! I think you should clean up the lines and color it, would make a nice illustration.
    Keep it up!

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    Great strides here recently. Mumph is definitely right about the colors, but the brush work and proportions in the works on the page are great! Keep at it Frank, don't let that bio bull distract you

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    eminkey2003, Mumph, BRINKMAN!: yessiree, colors currently my weakness. Mucho Thanks for the crits!


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    Nice, nice. Do some like those, but really flesh out the form and imagine how all the pieces fit onto each other. Think about the dimensions of each part. I should do some too!

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    I really like the graphic style of the shoes man, keep it up!

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    eminkey2003:flesh out, get forms, fit...going into brain. got it! do some shoes they are fun!
    Mumph: THanks!

    been in a small art slump, I slapped myself some sense by making me sit down and do a longer piece than usual. Anyone know how to render faster?

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