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    Thanks so much for sharing the post.


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    Oooh, love the nekkid lady pics!

    Rough and raw but getting the forms so well.

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    good keep it up...

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    shamiradeli! LOL, you make me sound yummy.

    Those forms are beautiful dear! I love how the lines are loose; but you nailed the proportion nicely.
    I was considering to buy a scanner myself (i don't have one, have to sneak to the teacher's staff room to scan my stuff) but that scanner you bought cost 269 bucks here!
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    ehehe, i think i much catch up. Well i will have a lot of time to spare when i go jobless in september!



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    mech-tacular

    okay so i'm working on this mech. prolly 2-3 hours in. ink in sketchbook. the stain is just a scan/texture i dropped in on top, and the colors were just a test, something i've been wanting to play with. nothing more.

    didn't add teh other arm because i knew its weight would affect the posture on one hand, and on the other i'm the laziest person ever. hmmm still a little shaky on how i feel about the legs, although in this iteration they are better than they've been previously. it feels like they should be a bit longer, right? especially since the upper torso and head structures are kinda thinner.

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    thanks for looking... any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. wanting to do a bunch of these for the portfolio.

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    The legs are quite short, maybe they should be thicker to carry the weight. Interesting idea, so push forward my friend and kick your own butt.

    I'm a bit pissed - can you tell?

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    Cool stuff as always Emma, sketches are looking great, and...whats this... Si-Fi? AWESOME! though I agree with BlackSpot, the mecha's legs seem to short.

    Great updates Gugg,
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    And he said, "Welp, I suppose you better shut up and draw."


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    She's doing great! She doesn't understand why her teddy won't have her binky, but else good!

    Keep updating girl, I would actually love to see some more stylised stuff from you like earlier, or more in depth clothes imagination/fashion from you, I think you might have some great ideas in your head just wanting to get out, heh. Or am I wrong?

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    I've been building a collection of ways to use "Bro".

    -Bro-ville, Bro-town, Bro-City
    -Bro-magnum
    -Bro-tacular, Bro-rific, Bro-some
    -Bro-kfast, Bro-nch, Bro-nner
    -Bro-lationship, Bro-friend, Bro-dultry

    You should update by the way.

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    hey folks, sorry i haven't updated in ages... been busy on lots of stuff that i can't show just yet or don't want to show because i have to draw in a style that i'm not too keen on. Anyway...

    Harvesting Fruit of the Loomis

    I've been spending a bit of time reading the loomis and other instructional books, trying to memorize the building concepts there and working them into my repertoire to draw figures from memory. These two figures i did in about 7 minutes each, and they are each something like 8 heads tall. Probably they should be 7, as these girls were clothing models from a cataloge. i've been moving around the body studying different parts, next up is some study of the pelvis and a bunch more hands. anyways, i thought these turned out good for the short amount of time spent...it's all about economy, isn't it? anyways, gaining a bit of confidence with this stuff is really awesome

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    thanks for looking and for the encouragement, more to come very soon

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    Nice line work. The pose seems natural and loose. Look forward to the pelvic studies and beyond.

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    Heya Gugg,

    You're marker work is just sweet, the confident line work combined with the restrained yet gestural marks that indicate shadow by preserving the lights. Fine work, all those washes paid big dividends in terms of fore thought.

    I honestly hope you're still devoutly oil painting, or at least occasionally oil painting. The trivial and tribulations therein I think pay the biggest and quickest profit in terms of time. The combination of color, line, value, composition, and physicality inherent in oil can easily transcend mediums and allow you to work quicker and more confidently in any media you decide to tackle.

    As such, I'll dispense with my standard advertisements. The monkey painting is done with fluorish and fervor, yet that strength is its main weakness, as the drawing isn't considered and the application of paint seemed to interfere with your successive mark making. You're nothing if not bold, and those powerful colors and marks you lay down while you block in feel right, but leaving thicker impasto like that leaves you no room to move later on. Especially those heavy lights which aren't transitioning into other colors.

    Make sure the drawing and composition is established and correct, and this is true even if you're doing some complete abstract/non-objective painting, you have to know where and when to make what steps. Not just compositionally and within the scope of the color, but in terms of how you're applying the paint.

    It seems like you've got some SHIT paint, half hardened in the tube because of an excessive of adulterants. These paints can be used, but if you learn with them they tend to inform your decisions later. I know its expensive to invest in new paint, but the earth tones are relatively cheap, if not the cheapest, and if you buy decent brands, which the professional grades of Windsor and Newton and Gamblin both are, the paint will last long and perform better.

    Paint forms into forms, don't paint one part without considering another. Try not to haphazardly place areas of paint into your composition. In your marker sketches you seem to delibrately place exactly the mark you want, whereas in the oil, the moves seem tentative, although there's still an obvious boldness.

    In this moment, I looked again and realized what it is.

    You're handling the paint like its acrylic. Don't let habit constrict you, the paint isn't going to be tacky instantly, you have time to work the edges into one another, find the form.

    I need to sit and think awhile. I promised a real comment, so I deleted my other one to give you a fresh bump.

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    Very nice sketchbook Your life drawing is very good! Also like your robot design.

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    sketchbook is my boyfriend

    thanks yall!

    lemme get this party started (again)...

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    Media: i traced the outline of this shape from an Illustrator printout with red pencil, then rendered that out with greyscale copics and more red pencil. Grey and lime green montana spray paint on top of that, then holbein superblack brushed ink, and finally heightened certain areas with casein. the enviro suggestion in the background is basically ball point pen that didnt want to sink into the spraypainted surface: in this case, an intentional effect – it aids with the whimsy and silly forced perspective. the bus stop sign i painted in digitally but that will be gouache + casein as of tonight.

    oh and also, i just put up a portfolio website: http://vectornectar.com/ . have gotten lots of good responses and even work from that. kinda cool


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    Hot shit. Glad to see you post.

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    Damn nice work Emma, love the splashes of colour!!

    I like your stuff, you should post more, MORE I SAY!

    Haha,
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    oooooh your porfolio site is doing it for me quite well
    Loving the last post, those black marker lines(?) and nice and the greenish highlighe on the dress just did me in.
    The composition is giving a feel of art nouveau or maybe even some toulouse lautrec.
    Nice bold design decisions, I would so love to see more works heading in this direction.
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    That is great ink work. I nearly thought you'd just scanned an old book in there to post, it is that good.

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    Yo Gugester!
    I'm getting all tingly & inspired by your inkwork, mate.

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    Awesome work, I love your style, you have a great talent.

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    Oooh, these last two are gorgeous! Inking looks splendid!

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    Nice stuff. I like the robot, especially the background and the colours you are using on him.

    Cheers

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    ---Interesting style & very nice, indeed........ Keep Creating My Friend......

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    hey emma,update more!


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    i demand update!!!

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