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    ----PAUL 's stuffs----

    Hello, I start a new thread, i will put some drawings from the past and newly ones.
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    older stuff

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    and newly stuff, from this semester.
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    some get trips, but i put a wish...to finish 2 sketchbook in this sumer. Here are some drawing from it

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    Hey!

    Some very VERY good studies up there. I find you kind of lose the wind out of your sails when doing the original stuff, almost like you see the concept and GO for it, where as with the studies you seem to take a bit more time.

    That could be just me, but its what I get from the work I've seen. Your tones and shading is great, and again, those studies are amazing! Cheers!

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    these first studies are very impressive, especially of the skinny man.
    but i think the last sketches lost a little bit of the reality-level. they dont show the anatomical correctness as the first, so they look a bit "cartoony". perhaps it was your intention. if not....work more on the proportions etc. blabla

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    Dr.Blindsy- 10x for comment. i like a lot to draw but now i must get used with painting
    V.I.N- you see the mistakes...first ones are 4 h studies last ones are 10-15 minutes, fast drawings for my hand to get more used to fast work.

    And here are some GIMP paintings (gimp is a little slower that PS but i use linux and it's the best program for linux ). i try to find a god way to use brushes(soft vs hard edge brushes). i spend this week at my country house and i worked out this, hope you like!

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    Servus ^^
    like your nude drawings a lot ! on your digital drawings it could help you ,if look at aerial perspective to bring more depth in your scenes ! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aerial_perspective

    keep it up !
    Best wishes Cera

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    Love your pencil life drawings, especially your rendering. Post more

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    Cerasela- indeed my aerial perspective is wrong...but i'm new in digital painting, i hope i'l get to a similar level as my pencils.
    Braintree-10x man! pencils will come when university courses will begin.

    And here i put another paint...waiting fir critics. btw, why is my image so pixelated?

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    Some really great studies there! Nice lines and rendering.

    Keep it up!

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    hi there!, are you really from transylvania? my grandpas where from there, anyway, great drawings, good pencil studies, wanna see more of those, cheers!

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    @spaggen - 10x! i try to change a my painting style, to become more realistic...something like randis(from here) style. but it's a lot of work...
    @zulu - hi man! yes from transylvania, lot of mountains and woods. wow, than your grandfathers traveled a lot, and in that times it was much. 10x and i will put pencils when i will have more, at the university we have only a few weeks models now in second year. But i try hard with my wacom

    here is a digital painting i liked to do. i tried to put more details and work on it to be a good piece but still it's little artificial. maybe because of GIMP...i don't know...

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    Haha! This last piece made me laugh, it's very intriguing. Maybe add a little shadow for next time.

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    Heh , abea acum te-am plasat frate , adica nu de desene vorbeam ca am recunoscut modelele ^^ .

    App de desene ai grija la proportii , unele parti sunt exagerate poate chiar caricaturizate

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