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    Sketchbook of Sagittarius

    My name is Jonáš and this is MY OWN sketchbook. Comments and critique please!

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    Yesterday I made some photos of my beautiful body and today I chose one that i wanted to paint. I don't have anyone who would like to sit for me for few hours, so I have to take that role on my own. I'll post just one, but at the moment Im struggling with another piece from photography, which i will hopefully post tommorow. DOne in PS
    If you are thinking of EMO style, i am not! Its caused by lack of painting skills

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    And here is the second i told you about. Brand new (photo ref. - photoshop)

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    Finished at the moment
    I don't say that the composition and my technique is ok, but i like the color mood of original photo

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    This is my brother. He just had a little dinner

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    nice work, great lighting going on. I like how you have completely different skincolors for your brother, keeps it fresh.

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    I saw some digi paintings of apples on the forum and i noticed that my palette has much more colors... Is that right or wrong???
    There is something silly on these 2 apples, but what

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    Another piece from observation. I still can't get colors. I didn't refine the armchair, that's what i want to paint tommorow. PLEASE CRITIQUE

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    my too muscular arm with breast. from tricky photo. i like it, do you?

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    here comes my favourite father. He works hard

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    dirty lonely rusty garden tool. it whole looks somehow flat
    and next time i will not use those sketchlike black lines. it doesn't fit

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    i put a mirror on the wall and i saw a leg. here is the result. took about 1 hour, maybe little more. PLEASE TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK ABOUT IT

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    hey man
    good stuff so far
    you can definately draw pretty well
    try using a bigger brush when you painting
    gets rid of all the scratchy strokes

    keep doing what your doing

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    Thank you hunchbackmagee. As you recommended, i used bigger brushes this time. But with photo ref. Bite me

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    Hey man, thanks for checking out my sketchbook.
    Things in here are looking really good. Man, if only I can digital like you. Could I see some sketches though? xD

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    hey man
    the last one looks much better keep it up
    alchemy is a free drawing program
    http://al.chemy.org
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    just copy the files to your computer and you should be able to draw xD

    mirror mode is addictive, i warn you now

    thanks for dropping by the sketchbook

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    It's been over one week that i posted last time. I've done few pencil drawings, but mostly they didn't took more than 20 min. Maybe i will start scanning, i just have to start up my scanner. Today I only finished this digital painting from ref. Tommorow (I mean today, it's 0:17 ) I must work more!!! hunchback, I got the Alchemy. What a nimble program. i'll show some alchemy stuff soon


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    I love the way you render skin and how everything looks like it was done in oils! Beautiful traditional subjects made in a digital manner. One thing though - try to use less puffier brushes; vary them a little Wanna see more soon! Cheers!

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    Thank you Timmy. Sadly, I have almost no skills in traditional painting. I will begin with gouache. About the brushes, i use mostly Chalk brush with pressure sensitivity on, and sometimes airbrush pen opacity flow(don't know if the name is correct). I downloaded Corel Painter and the brush selection there is awesome. Here is another apple. Good practise i think

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    More digital anatomy study

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    ahoj,

    nice studies, just do them rather in pencil or so, because before you master digital meidum, you should understand traditional...

    jestli to s malovanim myslis vazne, tak zacni kreslit nazivo, ne podle fotky, na zivo ti to pomuze neporovnatelne vic... zacni chodit na figurálku a dělej zátiší tužkou nebo uhlem a tak...

    jen tak dál každopádně.....

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    very interesting studies if i must say ...

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    good stuff so far man, u definately understand the basics, i.e light, shade, colour, value and form so thats the hard part out the way, leaving u with the fun part expanding ur imagination and improving ur painting skill, which i see is improving aswell, good work mate keep it up, also try out environments, something new and fresh.

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    Hi Jonáš really nice start to your SB. I like your paintings and you using your self for your model. It's a good idea. No crits from me just a lot of encouragement for you to paint more.

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