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    You've got some amazing progress going on here. Sooo much stuff! I love it, dude, keep kicking ass.

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    These are awesome! I guess I really should wake up early to see it, haha. The texture and color in the belt is awesome by the way.

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    your art is looking great, man. glad your back, no homo

    "Many of life's failures are the people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up."
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    i wanna be cool too, so: you're hot
    but really...

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    Pixelhead: Thanks man

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    Sean McClain: What environments? D: Thanks anyway haha

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    J.Q. Dani: Ah I don't mind much, i like seeing other peoples improvement so hey haha Thanks!

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    Laziest day evaahhh Just had a huge energy crash at about 2pm and never recovered, bleehhhhh Does anyone know how to get rid of having those. I get them at about 1/2pm and 6/7pm real bad. I get a good amount of sleep, barely drink coffee anymore etc


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    Some quick sketches, trying to simplify more. I always get too caught in other stuff and don't realise big stuffs wrong 0_0
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    Hey SamC, killer work man!
    In your dark still lives I am finding that you tend to keep them a little bit flat in colour.
    For example the last dark one with the belt and the pencil. I think it can get more depth by looking at colour more.

    And about your energy problem, the answer is all in the food you eat. You've gotta eat food wich keeps you going throughout the day.
    Also, some sort of light excercise might give you more energy.

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    Very nice sketchbook, definitelly will go here regulary. I like your style and brushes you use

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    stilllife from the stream turned out very very cool dude

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    Luckers: Yeah trying to work on that Yeah apparently porridge is really good for energy, and I've started eating more fruit. I usually run twice a week but may do more often since I hate the slumps

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    Todays studies! I also believe I have some hands to scan too!

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    Sweet stuff as aways dude
    keep it up that awesome work!

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    Great studies as usual! I'm drooling over the color in the first one. Keep it up!

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    wasabi89: Thanks man

    zryanart: Thanks a lot

    Trying to sort out my energy levels D: Looking into slow release foods like nuts and stuff and eating less heavy meals that make me tired. Can't be dealing with falling asleep at 6pm D: Its taking me loads of time to do not a lot, and the stuff I do is turning out shit. Gotta sort it out! Also: wondering if its due to non-stop working? May be worth taking a day off?

    Will scan the hands for sure tomorrow, when I've finished the 100

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    looking nice the personal sketch!
    Just watch out for the transition of light and dark, the stop its a little bit too sudden, usually there's a soft warm orange/red in the middle of the transition (that is, if you're not blocked by any object too close to you) and her head is a little bit too big (or her shoulders/torso area is too small).

    it would be better to take a day break, both your body and brain need to rest in order to process all the things you learned so its actually better if you do stop for a day.
    Chill and do something else besides painting

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamC View Post
    I need to learn how to use texture in that way and not erase it all away!
    Great new updates!

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    One good practice that i was told by John English is that when you do a sketch you should always complete the composition, even if the drawing isnt complete. Give everything a frame, a sense of motion, and create a focal point. If you do this in your studies consistently then you will always hit your mark in your finished work. A lot of people can create a good technical painting and completely miss the composition.

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    Good work man. Take the day off

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    John Silva: Will probably scrap it, bit of a shit idea thanks

    LA-Fairy: cheers

    Aryeh: Yeah just not a well planned sketch, sorry

    FUSHANDCHUPS: Thanks dude

    Just a heads up, morning stream will be 2 hours early tomorrow. Thats 8am GMT, hope to see some people there

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    This thread has a lot of tits, and I love that...what it could use though, is butts, more butts, for example in white panties

    But on a serious note, top notch studies man. I love how you use work with edges. Looking forward to new updates.

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    boa cool anatomies,nice work man!

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    Really good work on the studies man! The girl in the last piece has giant hands though, especially the one on the sword hilt.

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    i love your work and i think your are extremely talented. no 'pologies dude lol.

    you are way better at this stuff than i am haha.

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    Great progress.
    It was really neat to see where you started and where you are now. You have a lot to be proud of.

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    Sam, you've become an inspiration to me. I looked through almost your entire sketchbook (with the exceptions of pages 43? -50 something) and watched you grow as an artist. And I am simple floored. Your determination and the work you put into what you do, has motivated me to do the same. Thank you.

    I hope to make the leaps and bounds you have.

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    thirdeye: More butts it is! Thanks

    htkpeh: Thanks

    PieMonster: Yeah Find it hard in pencil, working on itttt

    Aryeh: D: oh right thanks haha

    Alexandria Rosales: Ah I've not really accomplished anything, nothing to be proud of, thankssss

    Face studies, proportions are a mess gotta train my eyeeeee
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    Great anatomy rendering! Keep it up!

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