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    Evolving my Art

    So it's the beginning of the Summer. And I plan to use this time as an opportunity to improve my skills and work on personal art.

    My goal in life is to work for/in the video game and film industry. I want to tell stories if anything. Develop them. Bring them to life.

    I am Sophomore, Illustration student, 2012.

    If you have any words of advice or opinions as you look thru my sketches, I am open to them. Constructive crits welcomed.

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    2 watercolors, pencil rendering, and an acrylic portraiture.

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    I like the figure painting of the woman in motion - it's got a lot of movement to it. Her right breast seems to have disappeared a little and jars a touch.

    I like the portrait too. The shadow on around the light side of her nose seems off - it's very large and circular. Perhaps it's just a bit heavy? Also she has no eyelashes, which makes her eyes look a bit off. Other than those small points she looks good to me.

    Nice stuff!

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    hi, welcome to CA. This is a great start. The portrait is awesome and the red and black figure study is fantastic, I really like that. Keep it up.

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    really digging that portrait and i like the rough color sketches show us what you have got throw some crazy stuff at us ! CA is the coolest place ever

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    thanks for the welcome!

    And I knew there was something funny about that portrait! You've definitely spotted something I completely missed. thanks!

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    More stuff! The colorful hills paintings were made so that I didn't waste the palette I didn't want anymore. Same as the Robot with the yellow tree painting.

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    Great start for your sketchbook man!
    Keep having fun drawing and painting -Omerta

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