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  • I think everything is all right.

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  • Too saturated

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  • Too bright

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  1. #76
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    A few doodles I did during boring classes in school. I was doodling directly into school workbooks, so there are letters popping from the other side here and there, sorry for that.
    More on the way.


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    quick limited palette study

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    Failed. Out of proportion, so it doesn´t resemble the person.
    I´ve done worse, but still, I need to focus on this in my learning process.

    Weird thing is that sometimes I draw all day and I have no problems with proportions and other day I fuck up portraits of people I know for years.
    Does this happen to professionals, or am I just so lame I can´t trust my (already lame enough) skill?

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    great stuff hey and thanks for that link will help alot!

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    More on the project.

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    i just went through my sketchbook and on page 1 i found a really long critique by you...i read through it and got that youre totally right! and my ego was soooooo fuckiiiiinnggg biiiiigg back then....if i had listened to your words, i might have been waaay better by now
    well, im just wanted to thank you for that....youre awesome
    concerning your work....well! studies on skin tones and loomis for facial structure
    keep goin!

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    Boo !
    Last edited by Mr. Smile; November 22nd, 2009 at 08:19 AM.

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    Oh yeah, this is my... speaker I guess. Also trying out the three-point perspective. Any tips, and crits on enviros are greatly appreciated!

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    Another autoportrait. Usually I´m not so serious

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    great updates dude cool speaker but it would have to be right at eye level for you to be able to see it from that perspective, which i find kind of odd. the environment's cool, sky needs a bit more saturation though & maybe try out a harder brush, your edges are kinda mushy - just like mine the SP looks really good, your eye's are a little small but that might just be me. how long did it take?
    DRAW UNTILL IT HURTS
    AND THEN DRAW SOME MORE


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    Hi there!
    I see you really enjoy your digitals, how about doing some more traditional studies to enhance your skills with proportions, values etc. I would also say, that most of your digitals are in need of stronger values, more contrast and the colours look a little washed out. I know that using the super bright ones makes the image look stupid, and the washed out palette is a lot easier on the eyes, but to add depth and so forth to an image you need the bright shades. Try experimating with them, it'll take a while but I'm confident that it'll work.

    Cheers

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    miycko: now when time has passed I find the perspective kinda odd too. Seems like I was eyeing it from a real uncomfortable position (which I didn´t). I suck with enviros really, but I´ll try to improve. And about that SP... I sadly don´t really remember now. Anywhere between 6 - 10 hours I guess. I remember it took longer, because I had a hard time creating convincing shadow on the left side of the face. Thanks for comment!

    Janos: Thanks man! I´m trying to improve my values and colors for some time now. It kinda comes hard to me, but hopefully I´ll make it.

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    Back in the game. Again anyway.

    Whoa, I kinda stopped updating huh? Lets correct that.

    So here is a few funny little concepts for my comic which will probably never exist. Still I´m having fun doing them, anyway.
    Also corrected one of the earlier concepts and tried to make it little bit more Payne-like. Yup, just for fun.

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    ...some gestures and a random scan I found laying around .
    Last edited by Mr. Smile; July 4th, 2010 at 07:58 PM.

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    Now, I´m going in circles and I need some advice.

    There seems to be common mistake I´m doing when I dare to touch colors. Here is the latest example on a WIP. Something is wrong with my coloring. But I can´t put my finger on it.

    Could somebody point me in the right direction? Pretty please?

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