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    @ prsnsweeney: thanks alot man

    @ Vatsel: allready on it thanks man

    okaaay a bit of a delay on the update but here is some stuff
    croquis, did way more but it came out really bad, guess it wasn´t my day
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    bridgeman feet
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    aaand some more still´s
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    nice man. i like how your rendering. im still trying to learn to render so nice and clean like you. any tips you can give me?

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    These still lifes are looking better and better. These also look like they've had a bit more work put in and it shows!

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    I agree with PixieTrick, these still life's are looking very good and nice feat.
    Tak for info, jeg prøver at komme på mandag, havde lidt travlt i denne i denne uge.

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    @ Joce: thanks. hmm tips now there is a difficult one i usually start with just blocking in the color with a normal round brush with the hardness at 100 % and the opacity slider to a 100 as well. then i apply shadow and highlight and then some texture brushes for detail if needed.
    Not sure if it helps. I can make a step by step for a new one?

    @ Pixie Trick: hehe yeah the shoe took a while longer but it was worth it.
    the second one was a bir more rushed, cheated and used texture brushes right of the bat for the garlic.

    @ jskotte: thanks alot, it´s actually starting to get fun doing those feet
    Så får jeg at se om selvportrætterne er korrekte. ser frem til det.

    erhm soooo... this has gotta be my worst post ever, but i have been really busy. Sooo let´s swiftly forget this crap and say it´s just for documentational purposes.

    yeeaa I know they suck but....., okay i got nothing
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    perspective got all skewed on this one
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    too much wrong to bother pointing it out
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    cool work as always, delicious looking vegtables ,keep it up

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    Very nice work, I especially like the newest still-lives.

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    coooooooooooool stuff man, I've been doing lots of drawing but all those still life's are making me feeeeeeeeeeeel lazy. Lovely colors though, I'd like to see some that are more refined though, spend a little extra time in the initial drawing stage to get all the proportions hammered down then render the shit out of it.

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    I wouldn't call that nothing, looks good, really like the colors in the sunglasses.

    Jeg har desværre fået noget der minder noget om en golfalbue i løbet af den sidste uges tid, så har ikke rigtigt kunne tegne Håber at være klar i næste uge, er begyndt lidt med venstre hånd, men det er vist ikke lige klar til croquis.

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    I see what you doing... ) Really hard work. Doing lifestudies is hard, but it really helps. Just don't forget to do environments too. View from window and stuff. You'll get the idea of global lighting. Btw really good digi girl portraits.

    Keep up good work mate )
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    @ oren90: thanks man

    @ Scimok: wuhuu improvement thanks alot.

    @ Metal Fingers: thanks man. Yeah you are right, and im slowly working towards the more rendered stuff just gotta keep myself interested

    @ jskotte: thanks alot
    Golfalbue det lyder ret trist, især det med at skulle tegne med venstre hånd må være mega svært?.
    Håber du får det bedre

    @ Seraph Fawkes: thanks a lot mate, I just did some envio doodles and you are totally right I have been neglecting the enviroment studies and thus my enviromet paintings are sufferin.
    Gotta study harder.

    so here is a bit of a delayed update, but i guess better late than never right?
    some croquis sketches
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    some crappy envio doodles gotta go back and do some more 10 min studies, those really helped
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    An sp from life
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    Aaaaand a study from life.
    Remembered to save the steps this time if anyone cares
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    You're poor plant. It looks like it's had a hard life.

    Nice work mate! I particularly like the plane in the hangar. It has a very nice contrast of warms and cools. All the images in post 170 are quite nice too!

    I don't want to harp on this, but I really think working on brushstroke economy could really help you. The studies and imaginary ps sketches alike either use a lot of lower opacity layers, or a lot of small brushstrokes where one would do the job. Like you mentioned yourself, doing some 10 min studies would help with this. Actually, looking at the progress shots of the last study makes me think that you build up a base colour and then paint over most of it with your values. Just blocking in the base colour with a higher opacity brush could probably save you a nice chunk of time.

    Meh, don't listen if you don't want. You're doing lovely work.

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    Btw girl from the head, in 155 - like in some asian enviro - she looks like Sarah Lancaster, from Chuck )
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    @ Pixie Trick: Yes indeed. Im very bad at remembering to water my plants, keep forgetting.
    hehe dont mind, just keep giving crit since that´s how i´ll improve.
    it´s a bid odd though cause i work with one layer only and my brush is set to 100% permanently but I guess I should try and work without a base color and just putting down the colors i see.
    Thanks alot pixie.

    @ Seraph Fawkes: lol you are right, never seen the movie but i just googled it
    thanks man.

    sooo here is a little update

    reworked the potted plant a bit with a diffren aproach, looks better i think?
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    A greyscale life study just making sure to train values as well
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    doodle from head
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    let's see, what have we got here, for starters the plant still life could use the smudge tool in a less in the face manner and more of a subbtle approach.
    secondly regarding the pieces of work in general is you need to add more areas where the edges are are softer to balance out all the hard edges you have there, refine them more and make them have a more finished look rather than just a speedpainting, although you're showing great skills in quickies and speedies you need to work on the finished side too.
    other than that the girl need to have wider shoulders it looks like someone squised her from the sides, overall her face looks great the soft edges and all, her eyes look great as individual ones but together they seem a bit off they're line isn't unified each has one of their own, the greyscale still is looking good in terms of general values but it looks a bit of a mess other than that your work and studies look awasome

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