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    mattgamer: thanks man, i didn't want to work on it too much because it's just for this course so i did some photoshop adjustments, i like it more this way, thanks for the crit bro
    metalfingers: thanks, for that mental image bro o_o BUT SIR RIM LIGHTS ARE FUN
    luckers: heh, thanks mate
    rod: yeah got about 13 school days left! i sure am excited, and theres not many exams to do D: mainly assignments.. thanks for dropping in brother!
    verehin: haha sure thing! thanks for coming round
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    okay so the thumbs were more expanded thumbs of thumbs in my thumbs book of thumbs, i did them in english/lunch. thumbs
    i did some quicky color studies, focusing on color O_O
    tried the watercolor pencils outdoors, dude i feel like a 10 year old when i do it for some reason, maybe the limited tones of pencils, maybe i should get into using real water color paint...
    a schedule for my holidays/next year, should prolly change when i get a job (hopefully will get a job..) and some more on the goblawns.
    and dudes, horses are super hard to draw when there going around in circles T_T
    ipod + skull from desk and wall, the other ones from mattgamers photo
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    why do i always pick the hardest pictures to study? im such a bitch T_T
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    Grr...tried posting and my damn internet kept screwing up, so let's hope this works.

    Your studies are looking really good, but I feel that you can push and control your values better. For example, in the Sargent study there, the dress should be much darker and the seat lighter.

    And in your watercolour thumbnails it is the same thing. They are all in a middle value everywhere with only variations in hue. Take a look at this:
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    Man, your so lucky you get to quit school so you can study more. I wish I
    could do that, but I still got another 2 years of high school :/

    Anyway, I'm lovin the updates, keep it up
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    You follow James Gurney's blog dont ya! I started little stamp sized watercolors too! There so much fun. I like yours man, keep it up!
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    andy: ahh thanks bro! helped alot
    forrest: im excited as fuck haha thanks mate!
    malakuko: i am an avid follower of the gurney journey indeed, such an amazing man
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    some more gameplay roughs, the last batch, gotta refine them, not liking the guy with the creature on his head but its just fo school.. but i do like how the guy shooting at the guys running turned out,

    and some more (not enough) work on my sargent..
    wont get much more time to work on it for a while D: busy week this week
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    Nice progress here

    I think you should check out the cheeks on the sargent portrait. They're a bit uneven. Her right jawbone one should go higher and her left should fill out a little more. Also check her left 'shoulder pillow'-thing. It should be wider and the shoulder further out. Her left lower arm is too short.

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    TOBBA: cheers for spotting that out!!
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    some vilppus and some shit
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    That guy has cum in his mouth...

    P.S. I'm jealous of your workspace. mine sucks .
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    Great updates man the Vilppu studies seems to be paying off and awesome workspace! I especially like the watercolour thumbs are you thinking of refining any?

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    Dude good study of Sargent in post 650.
    i need to throw down and tackle some more master study in the next week while i'm on holiday and driving down to Sydney.
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    Dude, does that orc have cum in his mouth?
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