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    More head studies for the art of the female figure class. Most are from imagination, a few from photo ref. The oil study is both imagination and photo.

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    Loving it man, I'm really liking the way you use hair in your head sketches, especially in this piece http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...0&d=1275078813.
    My only crit would be to get some value into your sketches as well.

    That oil is sweet as well man I just picked up oils again and it puts me to shame :p

    Peace
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    danlambert: Thanks man! I love the feel of oils I agree with more value in my sketches, I'll work on some now. Until then here is some more art!!

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    Heads heads heads!!! First 3 from imagination and the rest from life. Digital portrait from life.

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    More life studies. First one is 20 min. Two heads are 5 and 10

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    I like the sketches you posted in December (post #122). You should study Royo more often, it really shows in your lines! ;-)

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    pixel cheetah: Thanks pixel, I do love Royo's work and I might return to some master copies of his in the future.

    I'm really starting to see an effect of the 100 heads homework from the "Art of the Female Figure" class. All of these heads are close to 5 min each. Some of the quick full figure sketches are 5 min and the others are between 10 and 1/2 hour from today. All from life except the tiny one on the first page. Next are the rest of the 50 full figure sketches from life and imagination

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    hey man good to see you are sticking with the studies and sketches and all
    These last few sketches are not all 100% right proportions but i love th way you use ur lines.
    Shows you do have a good control over your strokes.
    Keep that up man! and everything else ofcourse

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    RBeek: Thanks man! I have lots of work ahead of me and I'm just getting started. Yea some proportions are off in the last pieces. I just need to keep practicing and they will tighten up.

    Woot shit ya!! Page 6!!!! That aside here are some digi sketches. The first one is from imagination about 90 min, the second about a 45min speed envrio/tech sketch.

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    Looking good man, I agreew ith Roger about your lines, you have a nice control over them, works especially well with your female subjects!
    I'd like to see you tackle more males and different ages as well I think, diversify yourself a bit more. Maybe also try pushing your values a little more sometimes, in some of your images they seem quite subdued, and pushing them in places could give you that extra pop! That last image is an example of that, no real lights or darks, it's all very grey.

    But great to see you posting regularly again, and it's always nice to wake up and see some of your art when I check facebook in the mornings :p

    So keep it up!

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    danlambert: Thanks Dan I appreciate your support. I'll keep an eye out for my value range next speed painting. I think more life drawing will help me to diversify

    Here is some life drawing, ink and graphite.

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    I spent another 30 min on this one to push the values

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    hey nice sb love all the figure sketches drawings and paintings i can tell you definitely love to draw women and it looks great and i like how you put your own little style on it with the character design maybe put more contrast in some of your drawings or have a wider value range to keep some of your shapes from looking flat like in the last post i like how your pushing the values looks good

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