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    Awesome job Walid. Some really good progression in your book. You most recent update is the bomb. Your enviros are coming along really well, but I feel you should take a new approach to your SPs. I feel that you should take planes more into account, and get some tone down.
    This will help you understand the form more, and help project the structure. You should try and break some lines at places to show where it is really light, as I doubt there is a solid outline around your eye in real life.
    Again, the SSG is a wonderful idea. Keep up the good work.


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    Nice update man, the structure of your sp's are improving but like fraser said I definitely think you should start adding some values to your self potraits as well as leaving alot of drawings unfinished, it just makes you fall on your ass when you do a really refined work.
    also your character sketch is pretty dope.

    keep it up man
    hopefully we can discuss the assignments thing on vent or something in more detail.





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    SamC : thanks dude, yeah, i need to do more life drawing !

    My57 : Thanks, i'll follow your advices !

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    FraserMcT : Thanks dude ! Take care

    Dilated : Thanks man ! Yeah, i just get bored when i'm doing sps, but i will try to finish one soon !

    Well, i'll just post digital painting, i'm too lazy to scann all my drafts, it take too much time ;p I feel i improved a bit with light, and creating mood, i'm quite satisfied with the nude painting i did, even i don't finish it, i can feel the light on it, it's better than the previous ones ! I also did a landscape painting, and a value study with Bigfoot ! Far from finishing it Anyway, i see improvment, and it motivates me haha

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    kikindaface is learning to draw !

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    mua ha ha ha ha im gonna steal that model your painting!!!!

    lol, anyways good stuff gonna happen here. Would advise that you fix up that black and white face before continuing. I can already see the nose looking to small.

    and the water in the models painting is looking to green, but i presume you'll fix that anyways.

    thats about it, keep up with those studies and thats it.
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    hey its nice to see you doing study's but you cant just not finish everything, you really have to actually finish something because when it comes to doing actual work you'll struggle to get to the refined stage.

    push the next one or I'll kick your ass





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    nice walid, sexy light on that lady. you def making improvement happening in here! keep trying. the face feels kinda soft, try to "sculpt" it by making the contours clear. the brain doesn't read ares but contours…at least thats what I heard. thats why you can draw 2 circles and make 2 dots in them…and boom you already see 2 eyes "looking" at you. your brains already interpreting something…so make the contours clear………WTF am a talking…dunno if you get me

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    salut...
    ça fait un tit bout de temps que je n'avais pas posté un message dans ton post...
    kikindaface is learning to draw !

    Fait attention ici... tu fais des traits, mais il n'y en a jamais....au mieux c'est le bords d'une zone dégradée et là par exemple pour le trait que tu fais en haut c'est plutot une zone d'ombre due au glissement de la paupiere sur l'oeil qui vient du coup se glisser " sous" l'arcade sourcilière, donc il vaux mieux faire un dégradé pour faire ce volume. Approche toi de la glace le plus que tu peux et tu verras que c'est pas un trait...idem pour le "eye liner", je ne pense pas que tu en mette...donc je ne comprends pas trop ce trait. D'ailleur je me suis rendu compte il y a quelques années que dans la réalité même le trait n'existe pas , au mieux c'est une surface très mince et cette surface doit etre traité de maniere a la comprendre comme faisant "partie" d'un volume . Je sais pas si je suis claire, mais par exemple sur ta paupiere tu as fais un trait qui représente un semblant de eye liner...or tu fais un trait non pas sur un volume que tu tente de representer , mais un trait que tu applique sur ta feuille. Ce qu'il faudrait plutot dans ce que tu veux faire , c'est de representer une surface très mince plus foncée sur le bord du volume de la paupiere...et donc ton "trait" (qui n'est pas un trait) doit avoir differente nuances pour restituer le volume de cette surface.....bon la en fait je me demande si je suis tres claire....

    et euuuuhh sur tes 4 portraits tu aggrandis un peu trop les yeux....bref....je retourne dessiner moi aussi j'en ai bien besoin....

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    hello there, good progress, i like the eye corner in first digital and sharp clean element of masses in naked study.

    I might have a something interesting for you to try on, but i have to try it myself first to see does it work...

    You seem to be quite careful when drawing and sketching, right? If yes this is not a critique, careful and taking your tinme is good but it is also good to learn sketch loosely and fast to improve faster and be less self conscious when drawing. Posemaniacs 10 pieces of 45 seconds every day (takes 8 minutes of your time daily...) for two weeks could make miracles here...
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    Cool colour studies. They look pretty damn awesome. Keep pushing though, you seem to be slowing down!
    I dunno if you do already, but it would be a good idea to lay down some guidelines before doing anything, this will help your overall proportions improve.
    As for colour, try to think more in warm and cool colours, and try to get them matching with the values so that it still shows structure and looks 3d.
    More!
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    Hey man, cool stuff, but more updates please lol Errm with these http://i679.photobucket.com/albums/v...9landscape.jpg I feel that you're relying on your primary opinion of colour too much, you need to really focus and identify colours. In the photo the trees are a midtoney greeny brown with yellow hightlights and quite dark desaturated darks. In yours you've seen the trees and thought that trees are green and put down down some greens, look at the colours before painting. Put both the painting and picture into black and wight and see what the values ranges for things like the sea and trees are. If the values are correct then the picture should always read well. Hope this helped. Keep it up...and more updates

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    Sorry, i'm too tired to reply to everyone :s

    Just i'm posting to say that i'll start aain daily update, and im working hard to be better ! So here is some old and new stuff ! i won't comment them, tired, as i allready said !

    kikindaface is learning to draw ! kikindaface is learning to draw !

    kikindaface is learning to draw !

    kikindaface is learning to draw ! kikindaface is learning to draw !

    i'll finish this one :p

    kikindaface is learning to draw !

    A lot of other old work that i didn't post , Yeah i'm lazyyyy !!

    Here is the new stuff : i drew on A3 sheets, so that's why i took photos, sorry for the quality !

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    oh nice man, your cracking it again!
    nice render on the lady so far!

    well, keep going!! and train pencil rendering, you cant start early enough…I guess……

    take care
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    Liking the progress here Walid, your rendering is coming along nicely!

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    Keep a close eye on the value numbers you are using, the darkest value on the skin in the photo is about 20, The highest being 92. You just about hit these but you didn't use enough of the values inbetween those, Most skintones go from about 10-90 but clearly the rule can be bent for different light situations. Keep it up..and finish something for once

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