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    More quickie portraits:

    Attachment 1358361 Attachment 1358362

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    Using a slightly smaller brush for these (3/8" flat rather than 1/2" flat). I think the top two used permanent alizarin red while the bottom was cadmium red middle.

    These are slightly better than the last batch, I think.
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    Another portrait:
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    Thumbs for a proposed illustration, "Take This With You"
    Lagomorphosis - Vin's Sketches

    Messing around with animals:
    Attachment 1362344
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    "Take This With You" illustration roughs:

    Lagomorphosis - Vin's Sketches

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    This quick portrait had promise before I fucked up the neck:

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    Helio from the Draw What Everyone Looks Like thread in the Lounge:

    Lagomorphosis - Vin's Sketches

    Messing around. These might turn into more finished children's illustrations:

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    Thanks for stopping by my sb!

    I really like what you are doing here - lots of experimenting, lots of humor! You have some curious ideas for illustrations, and that's the very best kind IMHO... the kind that make me, the viewer, inspired and crazy trying to figure out what is the story into which I am catching a glimpse. I think that pumpkin head girl with the curly-foot dog is my favorite!

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    @Saramel - No problem! It's a good start to a sketchbook, I'm curious where it's gonna go. And thanks for the comments, I'm really trying to make a go of illustration so it's nice to know some of them are working out. I'm hoping to colour Pumpkin Girl and Gourd Dog one of these days -- the last try didn't work out too well.

    More of this week's work.

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    Children's illo for the porkfolio:
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    The tortured werepug:
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    A very rough rough:
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    Still working on this:
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    IOW 10 is totally distracting:
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    very nice portrait studies and I absolutely love those animal sketches!

    Though I don't get to paint the figure as often as I'd like, one of my favorite palettes for figures is flake white, yellow ochre, cadmium red (or vermilion) and black. Give that a try on your next one. You might like it!

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    @MattSterbenz - Thanks! I've been experimenting with variations on the Zorn palette, I might have to pick up some flake white to warm the portraits up.

    Next batch o' stuff:

    IOW 10:
    Lagomorphosis - Vin's Sketches

    Lagomorphosis - Vin's Sketches

    Continuing work on:

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    Next time: Bears! Yes, bears. Lots of bears.
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    As promised:

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    From various photos on Flickr.
    Next time: more bears.
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    The result of all those bear sketches:

    Lagomorphosis - Vin's Sketches

    And with that I think I'm done with bears. And I'm temporarily (if vehemently) done with raspberries and aspen woodland.

    Next up: goats. Baby goats!

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    IOW 10 is totally sexy
    I really like 'Take This With You', it reminds me a lot of the game ICO for some reason and has that abstract, innocent sense of humour that's as if it wasn't intended to be funny, but is.
    You have a good sense of the whole of what you're drawing, but need to focus on developing smooth, confident lines. I understand though, it's hard to get a feel for the form without going real sketchy. Some of your drawings like that deer just above this post have those eloquent shapes, kind of 'Chi sketch' as i interpret it. Always like that stuff!!
    I also suggest doing longer objective drawing studies, but i guess that's what you're doing with paintings anyway, so never mind
    Keep it up man!

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    Not a bad result! keep it up!
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