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    Awesome progress, cant believe youre already up to page 36! Your figures are coming along nicely, and your sketchbook line are really loose and moody great to see, it would be nice to see some quick splashes/brush strokes from photoshop to pump the forms a little. Also with your most recent selfportrait careful when using bright whites. The triangle near the lip is a little bright and makes you look a little chubbier than you are!

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    man you work so hard, you'll definitely get there. keep on those studies, watch closely when doing life drawings ( proportions etc) and yuo'll improve even faster then u r now.

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    YAY PENGUINZZZZ nice variety of edges on the SP but more importantly good edge control ! keeeeeeep at it bro!

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    nice work the ink + marker sketch is lovely

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    Color sense - improving - yeeeeiiii
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    Keep working your anatomy, you're going to rock!

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    Love the looseness of the first page...reminds me a bit of Justin Sweet's sketches.

    For the penguin sketches I would say you are focusing too much on shape. Shape is good for longer studies, but faster ones try to capture the main forms and action. Of course it may be tough when they move a lot, but still try to get the 3d qualities across more.

    Keep it up, and I can't wait to see your chars (also the studydomes with the memory stuff...you never posted those I don't think).

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    Looking good buddy, keep it up

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    juanay: cheers for tip man! and the compliments, oh my ;_;
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    Sonea: yaeh i keep forgetting to, ill just let them never be seen ever D8 i learnt from it though hehe, thanks for the crit man! ill work on that! i dont want to post them ninjas until there almost done yknow? at least roughed out
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    oh im getting commisioned to do like 4 portraits, and they want quickerz ones like the second last picture in this post, so $50 each for them which means i can get more nupastels! yay
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    pastel portrait, with these soft pastels i havent used in a while, from photo about 20 minutes
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    Crayon life drawing (kinda really fucking fun)
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    marker life drawings, like 10 minutes each, kinda fun, started with 20% gray, then 50% gray, then neutral gray and black
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    Repin pencil study (learning form and rendering shits)
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    Joao study (again learning form and rendering, plus stylization and comp )
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    a quick repin study, like 20 minutes? just for kicks, and form
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    kinda hard to paint like that, with the mirror and canvas, was tricky but iono, there kinda each head is the size of my head lol, im gonna try and develop this one nicely
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    a self portrait that managed to nail me those 4 commisions, fuck yeah
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    I want to see still lifes! :>
    They help improving so much dude.

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    ooh so many pictures, im overloadingggggggg......... KEEP UP! (ozzy needs his sunglasses)

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    That's what I'm talking about man! I can see why you want 96 more pastels now haha, the first one is beautiful (eyes are a little large, but otherwise a pretty strong portrait).

    For the oils, be careful with the shadows. It is getting a bit muddy in places, and even looks like you are just adding black for shadows (left sp on the triple sp). Observe what colour the shadow actually is, and then mix that. Also, in traditional be SUPER aware of the temperature of lights and shadows, I find it is more important to be aware of it there than digital for some reason.

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    looking great man, nice joao study hehe!

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    Sil: if you go back a page or two theres one, just go through the pages
    Parsakoira: lol
    Andrew: haha cheers brah! yeah i started by like, blocking with sienna, then black, and then aws like, oh fuck ive got like an hour left of the lesson, better just mix colors and throw them on OOH HFUUCKK THEY GOT BLACK IN THEM
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    these were something like 20 minutes each, i dont really time myself
    i really want more pastels D:<
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    Dude your pastel figures are so sexy.

    On the triple self portrait, the middle one has good proportions. The two on the sides however look a bit skewed, so watch those.
    Congrats on the commissions for the oil portraits. Your making bank haha.

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    yummy pastel figures, makes me wana go and draw in pastels.....

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    I should grab some pastels to mes around with, I don't think I've evvvver used one seriously. Nice marker studies too dude.

    I was gone for awhile, was something I wanted though. Alas I'm back and looking forward to seeing more of your stuff. Keep it real!

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    those last pastel life drawings are awesome. I thought for a minute you had started TAD when I first glimpsed them. Great stuff. The portraits from life are good too. There is almost no better way to improve. As Silwynar says, it would be nice to see a couple of still-life's but other than that I have nothing to crit.

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    Good amount of updates, that is great to see !

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    Hey Ryan, those pastel life drawings are coming along nicely, a real sense of light is present, good work! Stop skimping out on the face though. Throw in a few basic strokes to define the eye sockets, nose, upper lip and chin. You won't actually need a lot of detail. It will look MUCH better than a smiley face/void and will add to the whole figure. Also, really resist the urge to "line" around your figures, it's a completely unnecessary and degrading form of "definition." You're really starting to nail that light so do not stop. Light is everything

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    Pastels are looking awesome man and the 3 headed SP thing.. wow the middle one shows so much improvement, Glad to see the lifedrawings taking effect im sure you already know this just try to keep it in the front of your mind about making confident strokes when lifedrawing dont go mental with the lines! Your gonna go far man! Keep it up!


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    nice style , interesting studies, good progress also i think

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    oh man those pastels are totally rad!!

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    I really like the colors you used in your TC submittion, but the guys legs seem a bit short. Also, where the trench coat starts to cover the legs seems really messy, maybe make it a little more defined or rendered so it doesn't seem so jumbled. Just a suggestion though, keep it up broheim

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    Hahahah nice idea dude! Looking good.

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