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    on master studies, you can use guides, since your main subject of study is colors and values, not proportions.

    don't foget to do stuff from mind w/ these!!! you have to implement all that gained knowledge somehow, or you're gonna lose it.

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    yeah i like your cyberrobot and your copy fof craig mullins.
    i think u have more endurance now perhaps u can do better now... perhaps be better than me^^. i know me english is very bad please ignore it or skip it

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    Awesome updates

    DRAW UNTILL IT HURTS
    AND THEN DRAW SOME MORE

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    Ooh man!! What a sketch book!!
    And your last update, that 656th post is really a beaut!

    So varied, and so nice studies!! I am really looking forward to seeing these finished, especially the value and the bikini girl

    Also i think your reference-anatomy-digital painting approach from your recent posts is really a nice idea, witch i'll give a shot too.

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    The latest updates are really really good man! Nice studies. You've improved so much. Really inspiring.

    Keep 'em coming!

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    Hey man, your stuff is looking good. Many of your works seem rushed as if your timed. One poster mentioned to take your time...I agree with them! Even if one drawing takes allllllllll day, keep at it. You're doing all this work for yourself, not anyone else. When you're drawing take some time to look at your work...if something doesn't look right then erase it and try as hard as possible to make it right. And if it still doesn't look right, do it again. You will learn much if you do this. Your figures are looking good, and that anatomy study you did is great. Let's see some stuff from pure imagination.

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    Great mate.Ok craig mullins have a lot of hard edges in there and little details but yours went all soft even if the brush had 100% hard maybe.You can make every edge even harder by picking small size brush and zoom in and fix the antialiasing of the edge (or play with shapes by using selection tool and then working a color in there
    Keep going

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    sorry guys, no time today, gonna reply later. D:
    only this one thing...should have done more

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    Tear it up today bro!

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    Now you're starting to push yourself you won't be able to stop. Once you find it easy and cosy, go that one extra step until that one is easy too. It gets totally addictive.

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    dont forget the sharpness of the shapes that consist this kind of image

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    You rock man! Awesome dedication.
    Mind the new soft bush you're using atm. You're overusing it a bit and making it look a bit muddy if that's the case than the just up the hardness or either add some textures on top of it to get rid of the smoothness. I'm not referring to a phototexture but just a texture brush. Try and check out some of Martha dahlig brushes. They're pretty good for that.

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    Dy.laneA: tomorrow :|
    Black Spot: hah, i hope so
    kingkostas: yeah....ive gotta practice that....
    jordyskateboardy: thanks, ill try to avoid that!
    didnt have much time today either :|
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    Studies are looking good! But your first one in the last post is looking rather manly compared to the original pic. Looks like you painted the shoulders and head wider. I wanna see you do some long ones from your head so we can see if the studies are sitting in!!!!

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    Very nice to see you're taking your time with the studies Your colors are mega awesome. Maybe you should focus completely on anatomy now, like not coloring your anatomy studies and doing tons of Loomis?

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    Hey mang, lookin' pretty swank in here.

    Just dropping by to say keep it up! I'm watching even if I'm not posting.

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    wow #669 is amazing I think it's a real good start for a finished illustration.

    keep doing what you do, you are good at it

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    Complement the studies with implementation

    HAHA

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    guys, im off. i have no internet for the weekend....cya. im gonna be painting. blood overall the keyboard, screen and tablet. from my fingers. its gonna be awesome. wish me luck!

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    I'm looking forward to this weekend's update man! I like what you're doing with your figure studies at the moment, nice deconstruction.

    Keep rockin'!

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    Implement the studies with Complementation

    use less blob brushes my friend

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    You've gone back to photos

    Well work hard and have fun especially.

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looks good man! the one where you drew first looks a lot better.. so don't forgoet drawing! painting is easy and i'm honored to see my name in here man! thanks buddy

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    Herr Jatherip, Herr Jatherip, ihr kleines Userbildchen ist ja gar nicht mehr gruselig sondern ganz niedlich geworden


    haha, ok, und jetzt der richtige Kommentar: in diesem Sketchbook gibt's massive Verbesserungen seid ich hier das letzte mal langgekommen bin.. feine Sache.
    Vor allem die Kopien von anderen Künstlern sind mit viel Liebe ausgeführt und gut detailliert, ausserdem hast du bei der Anatomie ordentlich dazugelernt.

    Etwas was dir bestimmt helfen würde ist andere Brushes oder Techniken zu benutzen. Du kopierts Künstler mit sehr harter Linienführung und rauhen Strukturen (Craig Mullins) und machst auch öfters mal architektonische Skizzen, benutzt dazu aber brushes die rund sind.
    Das führt dazu das es keinen Kontrast zwischen langen, harten, graden Kanten und organischen Kanten gibt und Strukturen beinahe nicht vorkommen. Die runden Pinsel haben halt ihre eigene Struktur.. das sieht man grade bei dem Bergbild wo der Schnee halt sehr komisch wirkt.

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1259798021
    Bilder wie das hier leben davon das große Flächen von gut gemachter, rauher Struktur sich mit sehr feinen und sauberen Details ausbalancieren (z.B. das perfekte Rad, die sauberen graden Linien bei der Brücke/dem Gewehr und die ganz feine aber krakelige Linienführung bei den Steinen). Zufällige Elemente und sehr kontrollierte Elemente wechseln sich geschickt ab.
    Die Techniken die du grade anwendest sind aber rein kontrolliert..

    Was dir helfen könnte ist erstmal komplett die Finger von den runden Pinseln zu lassen und dir stattdessen eine gute Auswahl an harten/strukturierten brushes zuzulegen (also square brushes oder diese Schwammpinsel die schon bei PS mit drin sind) und mal ein paar Strukturen zu imitieren. Du kannst natürlich auch dein Bild mit Strukturen zuwerfen und dann einfach unnötige Stellen wegmaskieren.
    Was auch hilf sind ungewöhnliche andere Techniken (zB das Linienlassotool, das Vectorwerkzeug, und das allerbeste: die Masken).
    Benutz auch einfach mal Collagen: Pack mal mehrere Bilder mit unterschiednlichen Ebeneneinstellungen aufeinander bis du eine Figur siehst und versuch dann mit ganz feinen die Details ins Bild reinzumalen.
    Oder pausch mal ein (selbstgeschossenes) Foto von Gebäuden ab, vielleicht entdeckst du ja dabei Techniken die sich echt lohnen.
    Experimente sind angesagt

    Viel Erfolg jedenfalls

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    After the weekend I expect to see more finished stuff again. Nag, nag, nag.

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    huhu

    srry ich schreibe auf deutsch den dem englisch bin ich nicht so mächtig
    ich bin beeindruckt ich hatte vor längerer zeit hier vorbei geschaut und nu da ich sehe was sich hier verändert hat bin ich beeindruckt und nicht nur das es motiviert zu sehen das andere hart an sich arbeiten. ich freue mich schon auf dein nächstes update. hoffe dein internet funktioniert wieder.
    wünsche dir nen erfolgreichen tag und mach weiter so ich würde mich freuen in zukunft noch mehr von diesem stuff sehen zu dürfen .

    mfg gliederpuppeeeeeeeeeee

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    Weekend is over


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