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    HAHA im glad you had fun NOW GET BACK TO WERK MMMWWWHHAAAAHHHAAAAA!!!!!! thats AWESOME AN MAKE THAT MONEY !!!!! AHH AN DAMN THIS LAST ONE IS GUNNA BE EPIC !!!!!!!

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    awww damn bro im doing a still life right now i have a new set up where i can change out old T's for new colors and a nice small warm lamp i paint at night so the light stays the same

    toats taking pics tmmrw of my set up its rockin !!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zorcron View Post
    awww damn bro im doing a still life right now i have a new set up where i can change out old T's for new colors and a nice small warm lamp i paint at night so the light stays the same

    toats taking pics tmmrw of my set up its rockin !!!!!!
    no idea what you just said but it sounds great! haha

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    heres my still life set up (so proud of it lol) i should have done my first couple coats of underpainting in Acrylic because these oils are taking sooo long to dry QQ

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    i know if i keep going the image will pull through along with me haha cant give up just gota get in the hours

    painted over the bridge going to blend more before i add texture again later


    need to clean up the lines and forms also it looks less atmospheric and the colors are getting more Pastel-ish going to have to fix this

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    oil got some underpainting coats in the folds in the cloth rendering later will help so it will not look as if it is floating

    i would guess around 8-10 % done going to work on this one for a while build up lots of layers

    i might put a few coins in on the table too it would give scale and i used to be a coin collecter back in the day so i could find a few cool ones

    the focus has a flow print on it too with bright springy flowers and inside the pot are old withered away stems and leaves so i can play with that too

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    experimenting with Oils on different surfaces ive been
    prepping wood with gesso all day here are some Oils
    on Copper color studys getting used to the surface and
    the way the light reflects in different ways

    working on a landscape : oils on copper tonight should be fun

    interested to see how this stuff drys

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    more Oils on Copper

    Landscape


    very very very fun to play with this

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    to prove im still working away

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    i like the blue oil painting its really interesting! Also i think you need to highlight all the icons on your computer desktop and hit delete.. hehe i could never stand such a disorganized desktop like that.. my icons are all lined up and in sections.

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    the painting im working on right now its a picture i took of the centre of a hay bail it looks like the golden proportion you can see my ref in the above picture

    il post some more landscape studys on copper/gesso layered wood by the end of tomorrow

    painting so far 2 days first coat ils i need to let it dry now so i can start layering the paint and build some solidity

    i will render this one pretty far since the idea is abstract i want the hay/strands of grass to be for refined

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    hrm the start of something knew while my oils dry

    i think that getting used to using the lasso tool will give me the stronger lines and gradients i always wanted to see in my digital pieces so time to get crackin

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    yeah, lasso is cool, but dont overdo it actually hard egdes which are not in the focal point distract the viewer...however, cool stuff keep goin!

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    Nice stuff, oils look nice!

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    rotated for now larger landscape format i think the plan is for some wintery storm scene atop these large cliffs

    something bothering me about the negative space below the bridgeish part il fix it

    so far im liking the atmospheric prespective

    thanks Lyno

    great point Jatherip i'l keep it in mind thanks for stopping by

    trying to keep it loose so my mind can easily sculpt it

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    hey, i like yur painterly look in ps. i guess the (abstract) painting really pays off in that... see ya around

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    nice environment the last one quite moody! keep it up

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    45 min sketch from photo Chicago's reflective sculpture "Bean"

    gota loosen up before i work sketches from photos are alright sometimes

    thanks Teh Gosu, yeah im a big fan of J.M.W Turner so i guess it shows in some ways haha

    thanks Danny keepin it real as always

    Mag Neo thanks much bro


    looks nice as a thumbnail i suppose i may go over and render it out later days


    Check this vid if you love music (((((( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gc67C...eature=channel )))))))))) pretty intense

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    more digital sketches these are improving a lot IMO

    about an hour each : Photo ref


    my fav is the one on the left (which i did after the other) more
    dynamic photo and the contrast is nice


    did i level up guys ? lol i think so

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    (this was done yesterday before everything else. i forgot to upload it )

    looks like its a good idea to do warm-up sketches


    quick warm up thumbnail of a statue a took i photo of at Institute

    doing some more landscapes later tonight after turkey

    its thanksgiving here in canada this weekend

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    keep going bro, you got what it takes for sure! set realistic goals and keep at them. start with the simple stuff and increase the difficulty step by step. get skillful first and then ur talent and ur style will bloom! looking forward to seeing those 20 figures every day good luck I'll keep an eye on ur book

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    Ding! you leveled up congrats! keep stroking those brushes!!!!!
    the video you posted is wicked

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    i think these are helping me see the gentle gradients in values relative to each other

    il be doing some colored tomorrow

    tomorrow ive got nothing going on so a minimum 3 of these things woot
    photo ref

    Thanks Danny yeah that DubFX guy is pretty intense


    GeoD thanks for the pep, keepin it in mind bro haha



    anddd ive totally been updating and getting work done every day
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    Hey there! These last b&w's are killer! I love the values! Keep it up
    your improving like crazy!
    Do some more figure studies! Seems like thats what your most
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    I think you should spend a long time working on figures and portraits.

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    I dig the enviros, they keep getting better.

    I second b-man and samc though, some figures will do you good.
    I would also go back to the study in #169 and render it fully with more time spent.

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    Back on track here after an uninspired dreary day

    (couple new pages from my SB!!! messy and lovin it))

    here are some sketches folks ! everybody is right i need my figures big time so lets get it started

    :ref Photos i have taken

    i tried applying a few different methods to figures earlier but i found. finding the abstract shapes very quickly within the first 10 lines then finding the form with curves and light is how i can best accomplish describing the figure because the proportions are very unfamiliar....

    TLDR what i think looks like the body is super unrealistic especially since i have not studied the form at all hence so many icky lines, i believe i will gain more confidence as i practice


    not sure if this makes sense , im tired and typing that helped me think about it !


    Aiming for one Character design fantasy or something that i can be proud of by the end of the month

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    nice updates, i think you should focus more on one thing or the other, ex figures or color theory. anyway keep at it!

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    Thanks for the comment. Your work is interesting, however, I would work with more color. I think you could really make some of your works pop out. Interesting use in line, though.

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