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    Koto: It's at the V&A! beyond the sculpture hall, before the cast courts.
    Raffix: Thanks, awesome atelier work your end.
    SemperOne: Thank you! I occassionally do concepts too...

    I had a commission to copy a hare from another artist (so it's not an original.)
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    I need to explore more digital brushes and paint with more red :/
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    Just some studies, been playing around with the default brushes in ps, mostly the wet media brush set, using the "Flat Fan Thick Stiff Wet Edge" and "Brush on Light Weave".

    Anders Zorn. I still need to push the reds.
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    A still life with entirely warm (orange/red) objects.
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    mate, just a "friendly" warning ... tomorrow you might get stabbed as consequence of your improvement! =D
    also, lol at doing the super warm still life after so many studies without enough reds =p

    great job and i hope to see more mech and tech stuff along side with the studies
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    Incredible work! I admire your most recent study. You've achieved great realism with very few brushstrokes and your colors are great.
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    Call0ps:
    Haha, you owned that plein air trip. Tech stuff's on it's way~

    Frostelle:
    Thanks! You're too kind

    Some Waterhouse:
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    And FAC drapery:
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    You're very good at copying art manuals!
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    thanks for droppin by! I couldn't agree more with your crit of my tendency to oversaturate. I consider myself "better" at dealing with single subjects but I totally suck with enviro work

    By all means take as many leaves from my book as you want its an honour, although ill be depressed cause you'll kick my butt around the park ^^;;

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    You've got some fantastic traditional work here, I love the plein air studies and the most recent work is very sharp in comparison to the other things posted. Nevertheless you're miles ahead of me in skill! Hopefully I can do similar in a couple of years.
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    Ah you'll get better, looks like your concentrating on getting the human figure nailed down and you're making really good progress!


    A Frazetta study that took a lot longer than i expected, perhaps a weeks worth of study. Roughly 17+ hours inbetween other studies.
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    And some some imagination sketching on the train.
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    Frazetta study is great, I really like that beard!
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    lens flare renaissance
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    Nice works.
    Solid and very nice painterly sketches.
    Frazetta of course, is always a popular study target. ^^
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    Nice studies! That Waterhouse painting is on Tate Britain's...archive! apparently the original one is just breath taking.
    btw not enough robots ! x)
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    Koto
    Thanks mate

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    Thank you very much, I would also love to do some Jeffrey Catherine Jones studies at some point.

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    Cheers, don't you have priority access to the Tate archive? being a Masters student and all (bring me along!)

    A quick Syd Mead study, about a quarter slice of the original painting.
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    And some tone composition studies in the National Gallery, apart from the Blair Leighton, which was at Sothebys.
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    Plein air of a woodland stream. It's a bit on the cold side, need to add some warm tints to the canvas in future.
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    A tree in my garden and a V&A sculpture
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