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    kikindaface is learning to draw !

    ça devrait t'aider a corriger ton perso que tu as posté plus haut... On voit assez bien les volumes simples et les proportions memes si c'est tout petit...

    http://www.human-anatomy-for-artist.com/index.php

    Je sais pas si tu connais, ça peut etre utile....( meme si ça ne remplacera jamais l'etude d'après nature....)

    Question a 100 balles...où a tu eu des planches de details du genre des yeux que tu as posté????ça m'interesse beaucoup....
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    thanks...for visit my stuff, dear 'wild D, i m profesnal illustrator for last 8 years, so i know this software very well,but not uplod hear that stuff, thanks 4 yr sujjestion, keep in tuch...bytheway...good study....keep going...
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    good workload man, push your portraits out of line then go back to line. i suspect your drawing edges not planes, (id say do digital sps, then go to line after to reinforce what you learn) but this is my opinion ofc!

    anywa good stuff, keep it up
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    hey walid long time since i posted here
    solid eye studies there
    may i ask where you got them from

    the 2nd hand seems a bit off, the thumb part is kinda long
    but yeah as always, keep working!
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    Nice update, your 3rd enviro thumb is pretty cool. Nice to see your painting again but try something a bit more simple something like times square with crazy detail is a great undertaking. Anyway MORE





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    My57 : Thanks dude for your help !

    dessinateurimpulsif : merci pour ton aide

    bharat : thanks dude ! I'm glad to see you here, keep doing your art !

    Nrx : Thanks bro ! Yeah, i also think that i'm working on lines instead of shapes, that's why my sps looks so flat ! I think i'll follow your advices, and i'll do some sps in photoshop ! Thanks

    dlquddnr : thanks dude, i'll def do more hands !

    Sketchz : Thanks dude ! Yeah, i think i need to start doing complex things, to improve, you know, even if it's too difficult, i'm learning so much things, i find that my painting skiils have improved a bit, i can feel the volume of cars, and i can create more easily the illusion of depth, so even if it's difficult, i will continu it

    So today, i just did a value study in photoshop, and i painted some things while i learned light ( i'm far from learning everything about light, i didn't even finished to learn the basics of light, but it's really interesting ! ) I was focusing on artificial light, you know the way Mr Delicious and some other artists were mixing warm light and cool light, i find it beautiful, and i'm trying to reproduce this effect ! For the value study, the face is far from looking like the model, but i like the noze i painted, i dunno why, i can feel the volume of this noze, whereas the painting looks flat !

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    this latest phto study is spot on!

    i wish you had included the ribs in her hat though

    cheers!
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    Great new value study for sure - if you cant match it 'exactly' but what you have done isnt 'wrong' dont kill yourself over it. Sometimes things are hard to capture and for today you did good.

    I would say the largest value mistake that flatens her face is the highlight coming into the cheek from between the lip and nose. It doesnt shape the upper part of the mouth properly and how it flows into the cheek. Its good to use high opacity brushes to get things feeling right, but dont hesitate to come back with a little softer ones to blend soft areas....just be VERY aware to not remove good edges.
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    Paints are looking vvvery nice, nice to see your genius tablet isn't holding you back , Watch the values on the body, even the little ones make the difference, your paints body looks a little flat.

    also Do you blur the edges with a soft brush or a blur tool?





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    Oranje Joe : Thanks for your comment ! Yeah, i totally forgot to do the ribs :p

    Jakers : Hey man, i'm glad to see you here ! Your advices are always awesome ! Thanks for helping me !

    Sketchz : Thanks man ! Yeah, oddly, i was unable to see all the body values, so i sucked up

    today, i just did a thunderdome with a friend, and it sucks, the perspective looks crappy ( vanishing points are too close ) I tried to work on light, but it sucks too ! Will do better next time. I'm also working on the principles of design ( unity, variety, balance, ....) I will do kickass designs soon

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    nice stuff!

    my only crit is on the hands, masses of the fingers are wrong I think. see if you get something out of Bridgemans hands. or just do lots of life study!
    your on track, specially with the digits! more!

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    With your latest one I hope this isnt too harsh but it lacks much interest try to think of things that will tell the viewer of the story, the square bulding seems a little bland really try to use your imagination for architecture. The Ground in the painting also seem pretty flat try adding some interests like shrubs ditches raised ground etc.
    Though on a positive note the glow from the building looks awesome.
    I hope I wasn't to harsh.





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    Hey man. Judging by your latest painting and your last two thunderdomes, i can see you spend way too much time and thought on perspective lines. You need to try working from blobs, slowly building form, loosely drawing lines with shoulders hips and feet etc to the vps. And if you're getting stuck just remember that you'd rather have something down that you can change than be staring at a blank page.
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