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    few progress shots I took,







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    'Lo again, mate. some real nice stuff since I last visited. Particularly like that painting on post 137? Really like how you've handled the paint on the face, has a really good sense of volume, if you get me.
    Infact, your paintings in general are looking nice.

    And, some of your pencils are getting there too. The lines on the lad who's sat painting are real nice. No crits this time, just keep up the good work.

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    been a while few things from travels, studios and the house.
    v&a sketch and a long drawing of a cast from home


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    friday late shift cast drawing- V&A.

    louis.

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    Hey Mane,

    These studies are really nice. I particularly like the ones where the lines cut around the subject. They make for really strong, solid drawings, and the cast shadows cutting across the forms are really effective as well. It looks like you spend a lot of time at the V&A! I love London, there are so many great museums, but the V&A is my favorite. Great stuff once again, happy drawing.

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    Wow! You've improved so much since you started this sketchbook thread! It's really inspiring. Keep it up! By the way, what kind of sketchbooks do you use? They look very home made.

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    ceddo, cheers man hows fally? is there still the faltown falafel van? those falafels were amazing.
    cheers oakleaf, yar i normally make my own sketch books. cheaper make em what ever size you want and choose your own paper.
    mostly sketchclub a few portraits from the studios and ben.


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    new term new sketchbook. and a dodgy self portrait

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    awesome paintings and drawings! I love this more classic style if that makes any sense

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    Really solid stuff! What atelier do you go to?

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    many thanks elias, oakleaf i attend lavender hill studios in london http://lavenderhillstudios.com/

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    hand cast from the studios (didnt get time to finish) and an on going Venus de Milo (the cast isnt a great copy)


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    Hey

    I love your pictures!
    Its interesting to see the first pictures and now. There is a great difference!

    Lg Sal.

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    very nice progression of your hard work, you have very delicate and fine art shadows and tone, theres still alot of progress to be made but mad kudos for bearing with it and i would love to see more creative stuff from you where you use your skills and make something fun out of it!

    btw if i can ask what are your long term goals with this? do you want to do paintings? is it for fun? i would love to know

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    Your anatomy has really improved a ton since the first page. Theres a great structure to your shadows as well. As much as the structure of your drawings has grown, I wouldn't mind seeing some looser gestures, so that you get some energy in those poses in addition to accuracy.

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    Lionheart- honestly man not really sure, i never really enjoyed imaginative drawing as much as observing what I see, it fascinates me. i dont really paint i prefer charcoal and pastel. just found a make of soft pastel by unison colour which feels like painting be fun to play with that.
    ghast- cheers man, i should probably starting going to sketch club again havent been for a while laziness gets in the way.

    first is a self, willow charcoal compressed and white chalk on the reverse side of the paper.
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    sketch of jon using rudstone, looks like a smooth red stone but you can draw with it like conte and sand it down to powder and use it to mass in. plus abit of conte pencil
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    Amazing progress, Mane, these portraits are mighty fine indeed!

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    Woah! wonderful studies and insane progress! I must say I love the texture of the paper you're using. May I ask what kind of paper it is? I've only used cheap copy paper up till now and it has no real texture to it. I'd love to invest in some propper paper.

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    Awesome stuff! I really love your studies! Keep up the hard work!

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    Wagwan people many thanks,
    Marbles- we use fabriano ingres paper which is pretty darned lovely.
    mostly tube trains and buses, sketch of home mate and the lady friend. plus a better picture of an older portrait.

    need to keep my book cleaner seriously its a disgrace.

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    I believe this is what the kids call a chune.

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    Beautiful sketch work. I have a love for pencils, so I know good work when I see it, and your's sir, definitely qualifies as good. Keep it up!

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    Man, this is good. Where you gettin' those casts from? or the images of them?
    Doing studies of those looks like so much fun!

    If you ever have any questions, or you want help, all you need to do is shoot me a message.
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    been a while, so what have I been up to.
    Toffers_ the casts are at the studios I attend(lavender hill studios)
    started playing around with pastels which is pretty fun

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    Theres a fair amount more but haven't got round to scanning/ photographing


    RIP JJ


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    You improvement is so so stunning! Your style is lovely, there is so much life in your work. I am looking forward to seeing more!!

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    seeing your stuffs makes me excited, omg the edges, the sensitive line weights, ahh it's just a feast for my eyes love it!

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    WOW WOW WOW!!! Sorry overreaction hehe. This is amazing stuff. Your studies have clearly paid off in terms of your anatomical and lighting sensibilities. I can see incredible improvement over the course of a single page in this thread. You've just motivated me to resume my studies.

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    You bastard!! Dont you dare to post self portraits with beards !!

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    Veeery cool studies! You've got amazing stuff here! I'm looking forward to seeing your continued improvement


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    thanks ever so much people, you make a man blush. sorry callops no more till winter then! we can have a beard off.
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