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    Hey Jeremy

    I quite like your oil painting study of the lady from life. Try playing with your line widths a bit, it can help liven up your illy's. Some reasonable skin colour mixing on the previous page.

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    Thanks guys, I'll be taking your input into account this coming week with my new stuff; now that it's summer I'll be able to get a lot more stuff done, though I don't have a good scanner here so I'll mostly be uploading digital drawings and paintings.

    Here's a concept bike I did for the industrial design of the week (decided I should start partaking in the challenges on here)

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    Your figures are becoming more fluid and bold, I love them

    On digital painting: If you're using a softer brush or a brush set to low/varying opacity, it can make cleaning up edges harder when tidying up the painting - I suggest using the solid brush as it is all the way. It's bit frustrating at first, but it'll be easier to convey texture and soften the edges you want later that way.

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    Thanks crossmirage!

    Here are some quick doodles, just for drawing practice in Photoshop
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    Well, looks like you're working hard.

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    hey dude, lol I don't mean to be a like a sb or anything but lol I tryed some line weights ans stuff, was wondering if you could check it out and see if its alright? lol

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    Hey Jeremy

    Interesting studies.. an idea perhaps is to use more value in your shadow, for example on the muscles of the arm, pump up the saturation and value in the shadow to emphasise the form more.

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    Lol. The King of Pink! Does he also happen "to wear a broken wink"? (can't help the pun, sorry if it doesn't translate well, but the clue is: "Echo and the Bunnymen", incase you are wondering)

    Anyway, erm... It's a good base skin tone study on the torso above the king.
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    Thanks for the comments everyone!

    For now I have an update of quick digital work (can't wait to be able to scan traditional stuff, as I'm going to be doing a lot of classical traditional work this summer)

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    first photo study

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    experiment to use channels only to separate things

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    anatomy study

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    more anatomy study (it's what i'm focusing on this week)

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    tried to do this one without reference (managed about half of it before I had to glance at reference; the twisting of the forearm gets pretty confusing!)

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    Not bad Jeremy, the muscle studies will help you with more detailed drawings.

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    Yeah, i like your method of muscle's studies ... hmmm.... maybe that's the way i should do it or more or less. I've been looking for ways to memorize them muscles, so thanks
    For the digi-paints, it's looking realy good. You are improving quickly.

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    Yeah, i like your method of muscle's studies ... hmmm.... maybe that's the way i should do it or more or less. I've been looking for ways to memorize them muscles, so thanks
    For the digi-paints, it's looking realy good. You are improving quickly.

    Keep it up

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