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    I've been trying to figure out how to colour my sketches digitally. There's a disconnect between my traditional and digital work that really bothers me. Or maybe it's because I approach drawing and painting differently?

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    Portrait from memory of yesterdays study.

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    Lyriana - Thank you, I've been ignoring costume design lately (drawing too many nudes), but I'm getting back into it, can't have my characters naked all the time.
    I'm glad you like the colour scheme, I thought it would be a romantic/seductive mood.
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    I'm livestreaming at http://www.livestream.com/rustveld
    I'm working on ChoW #326

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    Great to see curvy ladies that don't have tiny manga heads!

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    It's good to have CA back!

    Olive tree study and color study for the Artemis ChoW. Didn't get to finish because I'm currently working on a commission.
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    GEB - Thanks, I'm glad you like the curves!

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    Sketch Dump

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    Kickass stuff man.....i like your style and love the portraits
    keep up the good work!!

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    Great sketchbook, I like your portraits and your way of shading them.

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    Great work as usual *v*
    In one of your posts you write "There's a disconnect between my traditional and digital work that really bothers me. Or maybe it's because I approach drawing and painting differently? "
    I think it is actually normal to approach drawing and painting differently. I have learnt that drawing is more based upon line, and painting more based upon... How do they say that in English.. Area? (in Dutch "schilderen gaat uit van vlakken"). Of course it is also possible to draw painterly and to paint "drawerly". My drawing teacher always told me to draw more planes/areas ("vlakken") instead of lines, but I found this very hard to do with pencil or charcoal.
    So yeah to approach it the same you would have to choose between plane or line and follow that in both drawing and painting I guess.

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    Hi Mitchell,
    thank you very much for your kind words. YOu have some very nice work here.
    I admire your ability to draw and paint lips.

    #421 Nice job on the portrait from memory. The other one is different. Do you normally paint over linedrawings?
    (tried to check your livestream - but it`s currently not available.)
    Your past portraits have a painterly touch while this one is somehow toony. I mean you tend to stylise and you
    do this good - your characters aren`t ultrarealistic (yet) but vivid. That`s awesome.

    YOur pencilwork is also nice and improving.
    keep it up
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    P.S Please excuse my weird english

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    Hi, I really like your female portraits, makes me think of the way michael Turner was drawing his characters. i love your digital as well! Upload more please !

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    It seems that my last update and replies has been erased, that's really annoying.

    Study of a sculpture by Trevor Grove http://trevorgrove.deviantart.com/ar...teel-377376579
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    Xcarbon, Dragonscale,- Thank you!
    Sushy - Thanks for the feedback. It's indeed the difference between line and form. I need to figure out a way to have them work together.

    Just when I finished replying to everyone I got logged off and lost what I wrote...I really hate having to repeat myself.

    Klaustrophil Hi Klaus, you're welcome. I'm happy to hear that.
    I don't paint over my drawings, I've tried but it doesn't work. I usually start out with a rough sketch, something like this;
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    I didn't realise that it looked toony, but that alright, I don't want my art to look too realistic.
    I'm happy to hear that, can't really tell if my pencils are improving or actually getting worse. Cheers.

    Alex Parent - Thanks, that's the first time I hear that, I can see the resemblance with some of the girls.

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    Your sketchbook is amazing man, i'll keep watching it to get inspired, keep up the good work!!
    Thanks for the critique on my sb btw, was very helpful

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    I love the way you draw girls lips.

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    Colour Study
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    RiccardoUltimo - Thank you very much! You're welcome, I'm glad to hear that my critique was useful.
    Binarydood - Thanks, I do love to draw lips.

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    work a little more on refining your drawings some look a little blurry try to use the squire brush for this

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    Another colour study

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    I-Bomb - That's definitely something I'm working on, I'll try using the square brush next.

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    Hey man, great stuff. You draw women's faces very well, you have a great style with them. Just from briefly looking over your sketchbook I'd say you'd benefit from letting your color and brushstroke skills catch up a bit, because once they're on par with your linework I think you're gonna be gravy.

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    Trying to apply my anatomy studies while working on imagination. I want to be able to visualise my thoughts again.

    Gutsworth- Hey man, thank you very much for the feedback! I will study some master work, I'm sure it will help me with the brushstrokes and colour.

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    Value Study / Brushstroke Practice

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    Man, I gotta keep my eye on you, you're bound to go far.

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    Van Gogh Studies.

    Gutsworth- Thanks for the words of encouragement!

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    great portraits! really like your sketchbook!

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    Nice studies Mitchell - gonna subscribe now. keep it up.

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    Some sketches ,my first 2 ever digital paintings and a WIP.

    GS-Arts- I'm glad you like my SB!
    Klaustrophil- Thanks for subscribing!

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    you improve your hability since the first page, and you ve got some nice characters ! the 14th page is nice....

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    Indeed nice drawings you have here ! impressive
    Especially I like: man of steel, girl with big red flower on the head
    and some characters

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    Gosh, I love all of it! You have a lot of skill. I would love to see more fat people and old people and just more of a diverse group of people though?

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    Awesome work, mate. Digging the studies

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    So much prettyness here~ Lovely studies, and so much fluidity, as well as knowledge of the face and body Keep up the good work!
    When were those firsts from? You've come far~

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    Some hand studies.

    Thanks for the feedback guys, I really appreciate it!
    Those first digitals were from 2005 I think.

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