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    thanks, mr engelhardt!

    yesterday was the laziest day ever. that´s all i did. couldn´t motivate myself.


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    Yo dude ! You're really working hard ! well for your digital studies, try to be really focused on proportions and values before color, values are more important ! Take your time to draw proportions right, because if you don't do it now, you'll never do it ! keep it up dude !

    contact: kikindaface.art at gmail.com


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    thank you very much guys-
    walid: i try to do both

    today i mentioned, that the deadline EOW is today. i wanted to do it, so i startet with some sea-ship-environments this midday. in the evening i started the EOW. i´m not sure what i shall think of it. i don´t like fountain, but it´s better than i expected.anyway i´m done with it don´t like having pressure during painting.

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    Glad to see you're still at it. One thing I see that needs work is your values, they don't seem to match that of the photos, I'd suggest some greyscale studies for the time being and then trying your hand at the colour ones again. Hope this helped, keep it up!

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    Hi, thanks for stopping by my sketchbook.

    I like the caricatures you have up there. If I were to give some advice, I think you should maybe work on defining your forms with a cross contour and indicate the planes a little more clearly. As it is, your drawing have tone but still seem a little flat. To me, tone accentuates form but is not the form itself. In my opinion, the way tone works is that you place it on top of the form like a layer of paint, if you have no form, than what are you putting your tone on? Nothing. It will just be floating around in space. If you don't define your form first, you're basically working blind. The way to define your forms clearly is with a cross contour. I have loads of trouble with this myself, but this is the way I look at it.

    I hope that helps, good luck with your work.
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    damn dude... you have come from a lllong way ,, and somehow you progress immensly fast..
    Its very very inspirational!.. so thank you for sharing and im gonna add this book to favs
    Some good stuff in here! Thnx for sharing!

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    THANK YOU SO MUCH!

    @sam C: yep, i did some value studies. i´ll concentrate on b/w studies and anatomy .
    @sirCam: sure, you mentioned an interesting aspect. thanks
    @rogerB: glad to hear that !!!!!

    here are some value studies, i think i learned something about anatomy, too.
    and a non ref. portrait ( +-50 min.)

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    stuff from the last lazy days
    self-portrait went wvery good till i had to do the eyes. actually the form of the head is correct, but the eyes give "me" a to childly appearance.
    i wanted to give the spider thing a metallic look.

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    very busy days have to do a lot for school that sucks
    however i´ve drawon alittle bit yesterday( studied loomis drawing the head before-helped alot! )

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    it appears you CAN draw, LOL. you have so much stuff in here, i'd like to see some more detailed/finished stuff. Nice sketchbook
    DRAW UNTILL IT HURTS
    AND THEN DRAW SOME MORE


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    I love your black and white work, and the colour work is awesome, i really thought it was a real bannana, and post #113 is simply AWESOME!

    Also love the mini studies you do from reference .. .WOW!

    Please keep it up, as you can definitely draw, and its simply amazing, and more black and white work please!

    Cheers
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    thanks dudes. THAAAANKS
    i´lll do school stuff later
    stuff from today, no ref. used. i´m actaully pretty happy with the results.
    feeling good, i decided to do a selfportrait-an oh my god i totally failed.that sucks-the eyes are on different levels, why haven´t i seen it before-.-

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    short update, all i´ve done today. weird day
    actaully i don´t want to start with the school works, so i stayed away from my desk

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    I had a fun time looking though your sketchbook, haha I can see your useing those photos I lent to you I'm thinking of searching for more soon. It's fuuny so far I have 3000+ images on my Ipod touch. Alot are just artbooks, comics and such.

    Looking forward to another update, man this sites much better then DA Hmmm hope your feeling more even tommrow Glad you did something.

    Cheers!

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