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    ShockWave's Sketchbook (Nudity)

    After two years since I joined, I decided it's time to create a sketchbook.
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    ShockWave's Sketchbook (Nudity)
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    I'm working more on my anatomy before I jump into painting. I used to just dive right in and always have to fix the proportions after I was finished. These are just quick sketches, trying to get back to the basics.

    I'll be adding many more sketches...
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    Nice start for a sb. i did the same thing recently.

    looks like your anatomy exercises are turning out well, good to start with those, and more of them. I like the loose, smoker.

    the finish piece is pretty. I seem to think the nose is slightly off center. however, that being said, I hate when folks act like everyone is the same and everything is just so, in real life, its not. I think the blending looks great, nice shadows, but even after all that, it still looks somehow flat. I notice this, because I personally suffer from the same problem, on every single thing I do. so, take it with a grain o salt. its just how looks. pretty pic none the less.

    keep a churnin.
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    cant wait for some mo
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    Dragonspit, you're right and I need to experiment with different custom brushes. I haven't found my style yet with digital painting. I've just been using the round brush as my main tool.
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    I used a texture brush only in this study. I'm very pleased with the outcome.
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    These were done back in November.
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    Another quick study. Trying to use bolder brush strokes.
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    First speed painting in less than an hour.
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    Great Choice In SUbject Matter!! Studies look good , Draw from Life Blah Blah Blah, happy new year pour me a drink!!
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    Thanks Bill, hope you enjoyed your New Year as well.

    Wanted to finish the speed painting.
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    Great Choice In SUbject Matter!! Studies look good , Draw from Life Blah Blah Blah, happy new year pour me a drink!!
    He said it best. Enjoyable sketchbook so far! I think the colored ones look a bit flat because the colors lack saturation. More contrast as you do it in b&w would punch it up. So don't be afraid to use those reds and yellows, etc.
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