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    bigfooTrooper : Thanks ! For the hand, i really need to do do more hands drawins from life ! And mor paintings from life ! More of everything :p

    Sketchz : You're not harsh at all, this is true ! Thanks for your help, i will take care of it next time !

    SamC : Thanks for your help ! Your advices are really precious !

    Well, today, did bargues studies, and try to render a hand. I think i made a step forward with this one, but it's still a bit messed up, i need to have more control on my hatchings, better line quality, i also need to draw bigger ....

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    great line quality in the nose and mouth sketches and your studies in general are pretty solid
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    The hatching's not half bad, your lines are following the forms. Just try to get more contrast next time. I find it helpful to draw a value scale on a scrap bit of paper, so you can always imagine what the darkest darks look like.

    There aren't any glaring issues, just keep practicing and maybe do some pencil studies from other artists if you find it helps.
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    i like that your sketching a lot of different things
    i would recommend to do some loose sketches... make tons of them

    the enviros in this post are fine #206
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    hi

    ...seeya....cool...!
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    Nice line quality on the bargue stuff, for the hand like man made god said a wider contrast would really help it, and also watch out for where you put bulk values, even though the fingers are making a shadow there still is a value progression.





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    the lips are awesome, thumbs up!!

    and again, the hand! here is a link to a video from marko djurdjevic:



    this really got me going! I hope it helps you too!!

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    jedininjaman : Hey dude, thanks for your comments !

    Man Made God : Thanks for your tips, i'll use it next time !

    Kristo Novo : Thanks for your comment ! Well, i don't now what is a loose sketch, but i'll understand it and do loads of it !

    bharat : thanks

    Sketchz : Thanks ! i take note !

    bigfooTrooper : Thanks for the bid ! I finally understood it, andit will help me when i'll draw organic shape ! Thanks

    walnut : Haha, thanks, you too

    Well i was a bit busy these days, but now it's good, so here's what i did these few days : bargue studies ( more and more difficult ), i tried to paint en object in acrylic, it was a total failure, but i will try again, and i didn't finish the painting, it was too crappy and i tried to render my eye, from life, i used soften leads ( until 6B) i find it quite good, but scanner sucks ! Creative stuff will come back soon !

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    nice bargue stuff dude, with the acrylic dont just give up keep working at it, my first acrylic I redid it like 4 times before I knew how to work the paint.
    Keep practicing.





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    Studies looking good over there, if you want a tip on making an good compositions, look trought the conceptart or internet, art in general and when you see a composition that stops you "wow, this is really good" copy the picture in folder named "composition" or similar and later when trying to decide a good composition: look inspiration from there, analyze how contrast and different elements in picture makes it work and don't feel shame to copy composition from other peoples work because that is the good way to learn.
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    Nice bargue studies, keep pushing!
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    good advice from nettle right there

    about the acrylic: next time, after you did the line drawing, make a first layer with a wash (color with pretty much water) for background, so you wont end up with white spots all over your painting. and do it like digital, large masses first then detail.
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