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    the brad pitt caricature is nice.
    some crit:
    it should have been outlined or more rendered, coz it seems unfinished.
    is the samurai, a personal work ?

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    Thanks zou I should have mentioned that the Brad and Angie picture is unfinished, I'm going to carry on painting when I have more time - the samurai was a Sketchoholic contest Futuristic Samurai, open brief.


    Studies +Brush pen doodles, sketches for a commission, some CA peeps and Poison Ivy and Bane...I am liking the brush pen, have alot to learn still...

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    i like the carnifex and jasmine cari

    do u still follow the caricature courses ?

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    zou -Thanks I enjoyed those, I'm still doing the course yes I'm about half way through, I'm learning alot. I'll post what I've been working on when I finish this assignment.


    Update Just some sketches and gestures, need to get some animal practice in. Also made it to life drawing tonight, good model. I think the pages of my sb are too shiny so I'm sorry about the line quality.

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    Cute caricatures
    Love the studies in the last post too, keep it up~

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    hi angel

    i'm glad too see you're doing life drawing
    the inking are pretty nice.(especially the nina)

    pay attention to the head in the last two, have u gone too confident in heads ? :p

    the horse drawing is very nice it pops out !

    have fun

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    Oooh... working hard aren't you? Life studies are nice. Ink-brush experiments is looking promising. Try ink a bigger drawing, so the lines will look more dynamic and you will have more freedom. You're doing so great. I missed doing studies myself, I might doing it tonight. Hopefully. Keep it up you!

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    Thanks very much Dana T

    Zou Thanks for the crit, the heads are terrible in the last two, I will measure more next time.

    Parsakoira Cheers

    Thanks Witcrack I'm loving my new pentel brush fountain pen, attempted a couple of bigger drawings yesterday,it was easier, though still difficult to get used to how the brush moves. I must do studies from some comics when I have time.


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    Secret Santa Prezzie that I painted in watercolour for Inimic...

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    the caricatures heads are just great ! but you must practice the figure, proportions, flow gesture ....

    the watercolor is just WOOOOW ! that's so beautiful, as usual
    but why is it cropped ?
    your figure is very good in this watercolor, it's worth a tutorial in watercolor.

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    Hey Angel So much lovely work! I'm particularly liking the caricatures and animal sketches! really fresh and expressive vibe I may be getting more work doing caricatures / portraits soon so really inspiring to see how you work!

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    zou Thanks for the crit and comments The watercolour came out better than I expected which is always a bonus I painted it in that composition, it's not cropped. I started doing the pose and turned her into a fairy as I went along so it just turned out like that. Thanks again.

    TheArtist Hiya Thanks I hope to do some more animal sketches soon, Just getting this caricature course and a couple of commissions out of the way. Glad you're inspired with the ole caricatures I can't get enough at the moment lol. have you checked out Sebastian Kruger yet? If not then his work is awe inspiring!

    Speaking of which..here is John Parrott, first of the Snooker Legends Group Commission.

    I will post my coursework up as soon as I have the time to tidy it all up

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    Sebastian Kruger ... recognise the name - will check it out for sure! Thanks!

    Hehe good old JP! Some of the most recognisable eyebrows around!

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    The 7Artist7 Yeah His eyebrows and his eyes are quite unique was easy to get his likeness once I got those.


    Update: John with a body and background sketched in..gonna finish tomorrow.

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    Wow love how you do the skin on his face. You are improving there. Keep it up

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    hehe JP caricature looking good! Seb Kruger ... O.o that dude is epic - almost too epic at times lol! Oh and I've been wondering have you been commissioned to do any caricatures of famous people - like this one of JP? I'm assuming it's just part of a course but certainly good enough to be paid for!

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    nice head rendering, colors are very good. it seems you learned something new

    cheers

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    Witcrack Thanks alot

    The7Artist7 Hi, yeah he has humbling skills definitely I get commissioned quite alot from friends and workmates. The snooker ones are for someone at work but she knows Jimmy White personally and I've heard he likes the ones I've done of him so far, which is awesome feedback! The girl at work has commissioned the Snooker Legend players as gifts for each of them when the tour starts this year..*gulp* I'm quite nervous and want to do a flattering caricature as well as funny, I hope they go down well, we'll see

    zou Thanks I hope so

    John Parrot Finished - There's some bits that could be better but I have time to polish it up later when I'm not so tired...

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    Oh wow, more watercolours please!

    This last caricature looks of real high quality too. I can't imagine neither the commissioner nor the recipient being unhappy with it!

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    Hai Thanks very much! As soon as my course finishes I'm going to carry on with watercolours and oils for a while, give PS (and my wrist) a rest.


    Update Coursework for Seilers caricature course.

    The first one is a sketch that Jason did as an assignment study and students have to paint in greyscale using his step by step technique...I must stress again...not my drawing, only my painting with intense instruction.

    The second is a monochrome painting using the same technique but with one of my sketches from a photo Jason supplies.

    The last picture is my second to last assignment I did yesterday (just a day to draw and paint, definite progress for me ). Forest Whitaker, using a 'split colour palette' technique which I'm loving!

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    Awesome!

    Really nice work Angel! Must be great practice to work on things like that with intense instruction the last one was all your work? So cool!

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    pretty awesome angel

    (damn it ! i can't find any critic !) oh yes, the last one had a weird background (héhéhé)

    could u tell us more about the split color technique ?

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    Wow Angie! Those paintings are awesome!! Where are you doing this course?? Keep up the excellent work!

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    The 7Artist7 Yes Forest is all my own work Thanks for the compliment. And yeah that course has made me look forward to painting now rather than with apprehension I can totally recommend the Schoolism.com courses.

    Zou Lol The background was rushed, if that's the only crit I'm more than happy. Cheers. The split palette technique is: If you take a colour wheel. Choose whichever colour is most common in the picture you're painting. Then go to the complimentary colour and choose the colours on either side of it. E.g if you pick Primary Blue...the complimentary is orange so either side of that is orange red and orange yellow, the orange red is to be used as your red and the orange yellow as your yellow. It's that simple really, you only use those three and white to get all your colours and values. It means that all the colours you mix work well together and give the colours harmony with each other. Hope that makes sense Edit: found a you tube vid http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YU6_08YFAFw

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    Update: A couple more citizens sketches for my course and a couple of studies to practice drawing with my brush pen...

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    Thanks for the link AITK - looks awesome - soon as I'm not skint anymore I'll check it out I think

    Loving these latest - you are rockin!

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    Your hatching looks wonderful Angel Intheuk!

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    Cool stuff!

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    Those last couple of drawings are getting more and more form. Must be that greyscale study... that's a good one.

    Lifedrawings! Nice. One thing I'm noticing is you're 'correcting' those lines a lot. Like when you see a number of lines right next to each other. I think at that point you're no longer focusing on actually drawing from your reference anymore... but just.. patting the line. At least I notice in my own drawing the effect is usually detrimental and I'm better off starting with a fresh sketch.
    Always enjoy the watercolors too.. Very elegant medium but I cant grasp it, haha. Good stuff!

    Good tip on the color palette by the way. Easy to forget. Probably really useful for setting up a composition too.


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