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    Thanks all. You guys are all too nice.

    here's an sp I did in oils for my final project last term in my head painting class. I used ref and it took me around 12 hrs. ( we learned to make and stretch our own canvas for it)
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    I did this mastercopy of N.C Wyeth for my "sketching for illustration" class which I'm currently in. Done in acrylics at 15"x20". took me around 15 hrs.(the colors are a bit off, they should be more towards the bluer side)
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    closeup
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    coincidentally I chose the same piece to copy from that my teacher did when he went through art center and took the same class. He said he did two versions before turning in the third one. I bet its better than mine.

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    dude that SP is pretty tight...glad to see you playing with oils...

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    Damn

    Oscar your Sp esta cabron !!!!!!!
    wow great master copy too
    im glad you are posting so often

    Facials expression are way too cool
    great line sense your sketchbook
    is very complete and full of amazing stuff

    ink drawings have a potent use of straight
    vs curve line work great gestures great

    also the portraits are awesome, are you making
    the noses like that as your landmark ????
    cause its great

    La pieza de los tentaculos del pulpo
    esta excelente me gusta la anatomia
    y como resolviste los omoplatos
    muy buena composicion

    Sigue adelante !!!!!!

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    The SP is freaking Stunning! great lighting!!!

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    AmadorL> Thx. The class was an oil painting class, so it took me about 12 weeks of classwork and homework to be able to paint that. oils are fun...

    gabo>thanks for the compliments senor. About the nose thing, yeah I do that as a landmark and for design purposes. Also, I'll draw the underplane of the nose as a little triangle in the beginning stages to help me out (as a landmark) for position and perspective. Oye, las rueditas esas del pulpo se llaman omoplatos? no sabia. Es un estudio que hice del pintor Gustav Klimt, quien ahorita me gusta mucho.

    xia> thank you. The lighting was sort of an accident, but it did give it a dramatic look that I like a lot.

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    that second one is f'ing awesome dude. I hope I can take some graphic arts classes when i go on to college. its gonna be so awesome and really up my skills. looking awesome bro :btu:

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    11/30/03-11/30/05. Thanks CA, for all the great inspiration. When will I update? I dont know...
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    me encanta tu autoretrato, la luz me fascina!!! porque no fuistes a austin? conoci a gabriel y pudo ser increible hacer mas amigos que puedan hablar espa~nol.

    love that sp man, keeps it up....

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    iwasink....you rock dude...you are pushing very hard and your work is showing it with every step. I really like the self portrait and is that a tie I see you wearing???? :btu:

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    obid> thx. I suggest taking figure drawing classes if you haven't already.

    imglue>Gracias. no fui, porque estaba y sigo estar muy ocupado con la escuela. y ademas no tenia el dinero.

    mcm>thx for the compliment Jon. It means a lot.....and yeah...its a tie I'm wearing. It had to be a contemporary self portrait, so I put the tie on and added the hood for extra coolness. (doesnt really make me cool, but I dont care)

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    wow, that lighting on the sp.... you totally rule man.

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    will> I totally rule? sweetness...thx

    heres some quick gestures in my fig drawing class. Im more about designing figures these days, as opposed to copying exactly what's up there. There so many people at my school trying to do that, with formulas and exact analytical theories that all their drawings end up looking the same. So Im trying to be different, along with a couple of friends of mine...Alec and Andrew. Enough chit chat, here you go.

    They're either 1, 2, or 5 min gestures.
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    and here are some ink sketches
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    pic came out fuzzy...sorry
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    I have more ink sketches I'll post later. Cya!

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    gestures soo nice !

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    thx.

    I couldnt sleep so I woke up at about 4am and tried an sp.

    (damn, the core shadow isn't dark enough......i shall fix it later!)
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