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    cool update man especially the pot and shovel graphite drawing.
    things to watch out for is the perpective on the square cup thing and the foot is a little out of proportion, other than that keep it going.





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    i like that you're working purely in traditional media.. hold off on that tablet as long as possible.. i know too many people today that pick up a tablet and that's all they ever use.. there is a real difference in the skills you can get from each, and many people that are incredible digital artists can't do shit on paper.. traditional painting will give you a better base for when you finally do go digital.. keep going.. draw everything, use tone, do contours, go to some public place a sketch people from real life.. it's very different than having everything figured out by a photograph.

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    Long time no post. Gotten a cool new job, have exams, other excuses, etc etc.


    FraserMcT - 12th December - Follow me through this crazy journey
    Second attempt at acrylic. roughly 1 hour. On paper (1:1)
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    Oil paint - an hourish. On non primed mdf (this picture is larger than the painting)
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    Sharpie on paper
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    Pencil sketch, going to be painted. On primed mdf
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    yeah buddy, really nice paintings !! great skills ! i was looking for someone who can teach me to paint with acrylics, and i finally found you ! the portraits have some mistakes, especially around the mouth/chin area ! try to check the proportions ! Keep working !

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    moar moar moar!

    second walid on the chin, otherwise good! and the poses! yeah!, just keep doing em, they already look good to me (not that that means much )
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    Thanks Walid and Mr. Phil. I have fixed up the chin and some overall proportions, I will get some pics when I finally get around to painting it.


    Just got my intuos3 a4
    . I have got a permanent hard on to how sexy it is.
    I did this in about 30 mins. I didn't think at all as I was far too excited lol. Expect shit loads of digital paintings to come.
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    hey buddy ! CONGRAT FOR YOUR INTUOS A4 !! I'm jaleous, lucky bastard anyway, now you don't have any excuses to not work your ass off and to be a great concept artist ! do more life painting ! take care !

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    I'm not lucky, I spent ages saving up for this bitch
    Thanks for the comment Walid, and I am gonna be working hard, just you wait.
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    Another digital painting. I need more practice. I am gonna do a longer study on Tuesday and take like the whole day. My 'schedule' is packed until then.
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    I went back into the apple for another 15 minutes. Better?
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    hey dude ! well, first, i think you should only work with b&w refs, to learn about how to manage your brushstrokes, and also to more think about the shape, and to paint more accurately ( you can check the 2 first pages of my sb, it really helped me ) then you can work with colors, and train your mental color pickup skill, which takes a lot of time to fully master ! So first, learn the basics, the b&w painting, brushstrokes, proportions, etc, then colors ! ok buddy ? well, i agree that your new apple is better, but it still have mistakes, and if you work from photo, you should post it too, we could give better crits ! Keep it up !

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    Thanks Walid for all of the tips. Much appreciated.

    Here is one that I remembered to save. I keep on forgetting to save and just painting over stuff lol.

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    Yeah dude, nice painting ! values looks good ! next time be focused on your brushstrokes, follow the form, work on edges ! nice improvment ! Keep workin on it bro !

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    How do you like your tablet? Seems like you are getting used to it somewhat, great work man! A few pages more in this sketchbook and I bet you will be kicking ass digitally.

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    dude your absolutely nailing the form on those heads, all i could suggest to improve them is pushing the polish a little more so the brush strokes dont fuck with composition (maybe stroke with the form? )

    but top shit man im impressed
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