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    another cray busy day, so treated myself on some fun on the couch. about 1h?



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    ears, yesterday.

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    That priceless piece of equipment is finally up on its pedestal, your
    studio is glowing at its brightest. I just wonder what kind of a feeling is
    working on that tablet, just one touch could fulfill one’s wildest dreams.
    The values are better on the wolf masked head. If you decided that your light
    source is from above, then you shouldn’t have such highlights on and under his
    chin and jaw bone. This happy little fellow reminds me on the game ‘Manhunt’
    that I’ve played years back, it’s a pretty little brutal game where you are going
    and killing prisoners on a worse possible way. They were also wearing similar
    masks and lunatic equipment. On this kind of head paintings/drawings I suggest
    that you put the most contrast and darkness on and around the eyes, cause I
    suppose that the eyes are the focal points on most characters and portraits.
    You are doing fine, so just keep up with the good work.
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    oaahh you got a cintiq XD? damn thats nice. whats also nice, you do a lot of studies! something you can be^proud of. and wow, and it wasnt for nothing, you really have better perspective now. have fun!
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    Alot of great studies!
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    Nice stuff, and congratz on the Cintiq!
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    wow, hey thanks ever1 for stopping by! it really means a lot. feeling a lot less alone now
    ah, this is my firt attempt on the cinitc. 1 problem, I gotto step back more. as for drawing off of the other screen, 1st attempts suck. completely missed the mark on the measurements. prolly b/c of stepping back and measuring too. gotto get those right habits hammered back in. just putting up my measurements first I think. and then step back and recheck... I know how its done. heck, I used to DO it like that. got sloppy I guess.


    1st try at the cintic, finished and fixed some on the tablet.

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    some perspective studies on the tablet.
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    1 from yesterday, which my daughter got a hold of bf I could scan it :/ well, it really wasnt that good.
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    Tremendous improvement from page one to this page. Just remember to slow down a little and think about why every line you put down is there. If you can't think of a reason, pause for a bit and wait. Try to get the idea back.

    Good work overall.
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    thanks sage. I think the scratching is mostly when I try to fix mistakes. maybe erasing and starting again would be a better idea in those areas.


    the plate is a fail, but the head I think is pretty good. for once

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    stuff i've been doing today:

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    yes, I've joined in the color seminar.
    did it help me? too early to tell really.

    these older ones might actually be worse (yesterday and the day before)

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    scanned some stuff from the last days.
    a freehand construction that I didnt know how to finish.

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    bucket of drawing utensils.
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    unfinished chair.
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    freehand nose constructions.
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    mother in law came and took the kids so did my thing and worked pretty hard today.
    kids paint, my daughter.
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    master study. about 3hours.
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    face construction 45m
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    Good stuff, keep going! Which color seminar did you join?
    With the colors, look out with your greens, you tend to use to much or to little.

    Nice construction work with the traditional studies too.
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    hey christina! thanks for stopping by. the master study does loo a bit green now that you mention it. which is funny, bc ì didnt touch anything near that color. maybe it's the lack of strong red? I thing I got stuck in the oranges and maybe added a bit too much blue to the bg. ah, I dunno...

    redo of the 2 staffed girl. I just really like the pose.

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