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    BlackDelphin thank you )) love seeing you here again and again...and again maybe?

    what a day I had today....
    I just remembered that Jason Manley called me few days ago to talk about TAD it was the funniest phone conversation ever, he's truly a great guy and so humble, I mean the guy owns CA.org massive black and TAD and he still finds the time to call me personally and chit chat...whatha?? he's awesome no doubt.
    Anyhow done some more head studies today too tired to upload and this photo study about 40 min or so?
    Aaaaaaaand my photoshop is going nuts, doing some really funky chicken here... weird errors and bugs.. I might reinstall it will see..

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    Hmm sounds like you had your pc open for to long and it needed a restart.
    Mine, at some point wouldn't even recognise pen pressure, wouldn't show the brush tip, tell me there's no more memory n such.
    I'd reopen it or my pc and it would all be better

    Chit-chatting about TAD heh, sounds like fun
    Btw what's your mother language danny?

    The reflection bit in your study looks good, but i see the light source all over the place..
    Looking forward to those new head studies

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    hey man, some good solid hard work in here. some of those heads are GEMS, you'll bring all of them up to that level soon. take care man, i'll be around here...
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    BlackDelphin My mother language is Hebrew but my second is English
    I do hope you wont disappear, I know I did for awhile and it suckeD!
    Thanks for putting up with my scratches on paper Oo

    purb36 Dude! Gems? I would say maybe more close to coal, throw it in the furnace and burn it LOL! but hey thanks anyway come back any time for more eye stabbing art T_T


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    keep it up
    very well done
    I am searching for a "Mentor" who will give me some hint's and an ass-kick when I get lazy

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    Neah, they're pretty good pictures of your drawings. One can see them, that's what matters: that you are drawing, and you have a method of showing it

    I for one would not go to deep into loomis like that, doing more from real life and pictures of people. Sure, at first to get the idea, but then i's look for my own subjects. Sharing an opinion here.

    Nice seeing you do a regular landscape study too. More defined shapes and crisp lines this time.

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    Hey! I just read on the internet, that head studies will kill you!!!!!!

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    Now that's what i'm taling about!

    You've pumped your engines and you're hammering the subject.
    Great environment studies, and i see that flipping stuff to make a water reflection is already know by you good, it helps to save time ^^

    Loomis heads are way better than mine's when i used to do them, i just can't stand Loomis's teahcing it feels so stiff and weird to me, but you're doing great with it. I won't give you any crit as you're a very wise Viking and know what needs to be done

    I can only wish you some more free time to spend on drawing, see you soon bud.

    P.S As a tip using lasso, and gradient fills helps alot in environments. You can also use quick masks for those.
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    Wohooooo overtime!

    JiR sure will!

    BlackDelphin Loomis is good to understand the foundations once I feel I am confident enough and I know what tha heck am I doing I will start doing more photo/life studies for sure

    LtPlissken I heard sniffing too many flowers can kill you!!!
    Thanks dude good to see you

    Icecold Definitely man, all those tools are great for enviros, I'm gonna watch that video you sent me awhile back looks promising!

    More studies, the kitchen table which I use when my wife's on the computer not that any one cares... I find myself studying a head for like 15-30 minutes and finishing one page in an hour or more, I guess it's not the quantity but the quality and what you get out of it no?

    Trying to get my photoshop to work properly, got some weird bug that when I try to save a file "save as" or regular save it tells me the file already exists and asks if I want to overight it, and then saves it in different format than the one I wanted, has any one encountered this bug?

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    Nice heads! Seems you got inspired by the 100 head exercise from the " art of female figure" class
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    Mate, keep those heads coming. Massive improvement in short time.
    Also make sure to make a few from mind every day. I say this becouse Ive been so bad at it myself and I only lately realized how important it really is.
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    Wow!
    You made some great progress from your first works, it's really cool that you found your way.
    I ain't got no crits or suggestions, just keep practicing and studying.

    Like i said, keep up the great job!

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    Congratulations!

    Yours is a truly inspirational sketchbook! Lots of drive, passion, variety and talent. I especially like your willingness to use a Wacom and a sketchpad too. Keep posting!
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