View Poll Results: How do you paint digitally?

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  • Paint with a line drawing first.

    44 73.33%
  • Paint without a line drawing.

    9 15.00%
  • Paint in black and white first.

    20 33.33%
  • Paint directly with colors.

    9 15.00%
  • Paint with full values from the start.

    4 6.67%
  • Paint from light to dark.

    4 6.67%
  • Paint from dark to light.

    15 25.00%
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  1. #1
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    Aaron's book of DEATH, like um.....lots and lots of girls........Yeah................

    I'm seventeen, a student in LAAFA , NE. It's been a year since I started art. I love CONTRAST in art, and I want to make great images. I am still having doubts about having an art career .

    And yes, i use smilies a lot

    I suck now, but i WILL GET BETTER.

    Put a sexy girl here to attract attention~
    That's done in Photoshop in 2 hours and a half.
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    just finished a form study.
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    Pretty good for 17 years. I guess you will make your way. Keep it up.

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    hey, keep going.
    i'd love to see more of these life drawings of yours.
    maybe a few paintings?
    practice!`

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    Rushlond, a la bapsi, thanks for your encouragements.
    Quote Originally Posted by a la bapsi View Post
    hey, keep going.
    i'd love to see more of these life drawings of yours.
    maybe a few paintings?
    practice!`
    I plan to learn to paint, but, oops, I still haven't.

    Okey guys, there are some more.

    BRIDGMANS!!!!!!!!!!! Bridgmans is the best, it teaches structures. I hate loomis's cartoony feel.

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    Drawing which absolutely failed, smiling faces are hard.
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    Great life drawings. I'd like to see more studies and some works of your own to see how far you've come. Keep posting. Comment me if u'd like, thanks

    Comment my crappy art PLEEZ ; )


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    Hey good start with your life studies. I really should be doing more of them, so well done.

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    Watch your lines! Try and use one confident flowing line instead of scratching or pecking at the paper, it'll seem weird at first but your confidence will grow and it will take you much further than the scratching or pecking. Keep posting

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    thanks everybody.

    SamC: Anyway, I hate lines. I tend to think of object as areas instead of lines. But yes, I should work on my line qualities. Thanks.

    lots and lots of bridgman
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    a portrait from flickr.com
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    Keep doing them studies man, looking good.

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    Thanks Maxetormer. Will do that.


    Try to work on line quality a bit, but that's hard.

    Studies>>>>>>>>>>>>>And self portraits. The self portraits are really bad.
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    A prud'hon study, also posted in the critique section.
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    The longer lines look great, keep try with them and they will pay off. It's hard to break the habit, I know. Your values are good, but on the last picture try using a darker value for the background to make the character pop. Keep it up.

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    Thanks SamC, love your art.

    And yes, I should give it a darker background.


    Rodin study.
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