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    Hahaha... it's okay for the ugly face! I think being honest and have the courage to show your works to people no matter it's good or bad are very important for your confidence! Keep going, keep experimenting, BlackDelphin!

    Oh yeah, just have some thought about AlexTooth's earlier comment about "fail everyday". Here's the link. Watch it! One of the best motivation for me hehehe

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    LostFayth - And thank you Lost Faith for stopping by, and for your comment too!
    Lets work harder while it's holidayy!! lolz
    Your mermaid peace looks really nice too, i hope it will get a paint job too, and fast!

    BluezAce - Thank you Ace, i usually have no issues, i post even when i fail,
    and i mark them with an X, and i write fail on top lolz; this time it was more of a pun really
    Thank you for the link, it was truly inspiring!

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    Some Vilppu studies, and finished the pink drawing
    Storm made my pc crash lots of times today, so while i was waiting for it to come back up,
    i did a quick still life of my messy desk. I didn't do much blocking and volume thinking with this one

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    Great studys! Hm what can I say, sorry for no constructive feedback. Just want to encourage! Keep up the good work!

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    Heya Blacky, what you're becoming a doctors, noooes, what a waste! Then again I know a doctor who is also a great artist and runs a concept art company

    Cool studies, the Vilppu looks great, stick with that guy he's got a lot of good information to give us lesser mortals.

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    alexson - encouraging as you do is wonderful, thank you!

    AlexTooth - i don't necessary be one, but i don't know what to do with my art alex
    one needs food on the table too..
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    On a roll while i still can!

    More graphite stick, more experimenting, more digi stuff
    And a weird animeisch character, for a dA member.
    Thought it might be a nice change of pace. Original lines can be seen here.

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    nice big update , keep doing those head structure studies

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    Cool bird painting #550. Good job.

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    I love all this, the charcoal blacky type stuff, graphite? It's a nice effect - stylised but works. However I agree with construction, it's important, not necessarily for the stylised work, but for example the butterfly character could be much stronger, with form construction underneath, remember the bridgeman building blocks! Anyway, stay on your role, pump out the studies and the personal work, always try to analyse what you're looking at and the forms underneath if you're working form reference

    And yes I guess being a doctor is good for work, I certainly haven't made much from Art yet! I do say you must love your work whatever you choose, a doctor I can imagine is very rewarding, as is an artist - and like I said I know someone who does both very well!

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    As usual, beautiful studies my dear! Your pink woman could use just a liiittle bit more work on the hands, but other then that nice job!

    I ADORE the woman with the white hair. It's going in my "inspiration" folder on my computer O.O. The colors on the eyes are so beauuutiful . Keep up the amazing work!

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    Really nice graphite stuff. More of that

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    oren90 - more head studies, yes, yes!
    shoshin - thank you
    AlexTooth - thank you for reminding me that alex
    Nisshoku - you are right, but i'll leave this one as it is. i'm afraid if i didn't start the construction sooner,now it'll look just strange..
    i am glad i could inspire you once again somehow
    Braintree - thank you, and more i did today!
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    Final 100 meters before the big exam, and i am starting to get nervous..
    I could score perfect or 98% the past few days, but today i even did a 77% or so!
    So i'll have to stop neglecting the studies, as i did the past few days, but i won't neglect my drawing either!

    So, more pencil.

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    So much awesome work!!!!!!! You're really getting into it which is great. All I can say is, from life, from life, from life.

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    Pixie Trick - yes, yes, i was just getting into it, studying more from life that is!!
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    i decided to really concentrate on my figure studies, si i'll

    do what had to be done to get the job done!!!

    meaning, i'll start one thing, get it done, and do it well, not start a dozen styles and not improve much in any

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    good job on the poses, and your heads are starting to look good

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    I'm gonna watch your SB, you seem to be making some good progress! You are an inspiration to me

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    Great stuff! The figures are looking pretty good! Keep it up!

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    Cool figure studies, making good progress. I really like your trees in the previous post. I'm trying to learn how to draw trees well. Actually I really like the boxed in one, it looks like a panel from a comic book.

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    oren90 - thank you oren, i'm so glad to hear that!

    AeonPhoenix - thank you, i am glad i could be one !

    alexson - will do,thanks!

    MyioDeSopsia - thank you, good luck with them too
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    Sorry for not visiting so often lately, but here i am.
    Now i see some serious progress on this page, there were many wonky drawings on the last one, but your eye and hand just seem to work better, just like that *
    I see that something just clicked, huh? level up my friend, hugs )

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    Gestures are looking better and better! I like the face planes too

    GL in your exams! if im not too late ><

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    Pixie Trick - don't take it like that pix, just get mad at yourself in a positive way and draw!

    Icecold - thank you paul! i'm not so sure what clicked, but it did! perhaps it's also the fact that i am drawing daily now: i'm not so rusty an more

    AlexTooth - no no, you're not late at all, thank you alex! they're on 5th and 6th july actually..but i want to be absolutely positive that i know my stuff!!
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    Great stuff here, Cristina. Call me Florentine but I would recommend that you spent much more time drawing at this point. Your studies (and I am glad that we have another Vilppu student here), are just begging for companions to me! I agree with earlier posters that you seem to have a very strong sense for color. If you built on your ability to create convincing 3-Dimensional scenes (imho this is about drawing all the way) I would be very excited to see the results. Keep up the great work!

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    Oh, and i nearly forgot but regarding your small figure studies as in the last post, I do a lot of these as well. If those were my drawings here are the footnotes I would write to myself:

    1. Indicate the direction of the head and the neck. This could just be an ear, a brow-line, a box, or a "T." This is very important when dealing with the figure and should even be present at a small compositional scale.

    2. Send limbs and forms TOWARDS and AWAY from the viewer more. This is a very unnatural tendency so you have to force yourself to do it. Weave forms in and out.

    3. Try doing these studies based on "actions." Let's say: Cupid stringing his bow. Having some kind of general direction (I think all limitation inspires greater creativity), will make for interesting variations on ideas which in a way is what you'll be doing for all your compositions from imagination.

    4. Do multi-figure groups. Have the figures interact with each other. It's a whole new level of complexity.

    4. Do more of these. MANY MANY more. I honestly believe that mastering the skill of creating figures from imagination is the most important thing that an artist can do. The rendering and all that fun stuff will be there. That's really the easy part.

    5. Keep up the good work, SELF.

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    Hey Cristina,

    I like the use of combining soft and hard lines with the graphite stick.

    I also like the studies of head structure. Much more.

    The Vilppu and other studies of gesture look excellent...this is an area I'm struggling with right now, myself.

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    "I'll start one thing, get it done, and do it well, not start a dozen styles and not improve much in any"
    ...exactly. Concentrate one one aspect when studying, and then, as you feel you've improved, do a few
    exercises or projects, sketches, whatever to test your skill and see where your weak points are.

    Also remember, you have to keep repeating the same things many times, but its not just the sheer number of
    drawings you do, its really the time you spend. Work carefully and methodically, and make sure that you
    understand what you're doing. I see often you're lines are a bit weak or wobbly, other times their firm and
    and accurate...I think the difference is that sometimes you're rushed or uncertain about you're trying to 'say'.
    Take the time you need, and if you're not sure, take time to get a better reference or a better understanding.

    Especially try to be strict about drawing every day, and hold yourself to a generous minimum of time
    spent every day. A couple of hours should be about right. I know that can be terribly difficult with
    studies, but, an hour or less per day is barely enough to keep from forgetting what you already know.
    Consistency here is probably better than over-indulging in long sessions but not keeping up regular exercise.

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    I have to say I'm a bit suspicious of Posemaniacs. I feel like it gives you the illusion of doing a lot of work,
    but without accomplishing all that much. For one you're not inventing poses, which is an important practice,
    and you're not studying from a real human, so your not learning the natural flow of force and weight and muscle
    actions that are so important to understanding gesture.

    That being said, two suggestions:

    When drawing a gesture, remember, as I'm sure you know, to draw the pose and not the form. Avoid fixating
    on the outlines, try to capture a sense of where the motions are going and where the masses are balanced.
    Read through your notes, or instructional material, on gesture each time before you draw a bunch of poses, to
    keep your mind focused on what you're trying to do. (How's that for a run-on sentence? )

    try doing some 'blind contour' from posemaniacs, meaning, draw each figure without looking at your page or
    taking your pencil off of the page. Its a good way to test your muscles and improve your speed.

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    on your paintings, one suggestion:

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    Hehe..it'll look cleaner, be less work, and will help you to think more about technical points like major planes,
    major areas of value, and edge transitions.

    I guess there are other advices out there but I found this on Craig Mullins' website and it helped me somewhat:

    http://www.goodbrush.com/misc/painti...gent_notes.pdf

    You might also think about buying El Coro's 'Alla Prima Portraiture' download, where I think he demonstrates a
    very similar technique.

    Its all about working simple first, then adding in details once you've solved the big problems. The same as the
    way that Vilppu, Loomis, Bridgman, Hogarth, Kevin Chen, whomever, applies to their figure-drawing. That way
    hopefully your approaches to art can combine and support each other.

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    Keep up the good work.

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    Really a great amount of studies, keep it up!

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    Jacobo - thank you jacob, i am trying my best right now to study more!!
    3 dimensional is good, but it isn't my goal really.. i am still trying to find my style, and my belief of art
    thank you for your imput on my figure drawing!! i will try my best to do so, however, i don't know if i understood 2 and 3;
    on 2 did you mean wrapping around the shape, thinking in masses? and on 3, you mean more dynamic poses?

    BludHund - wow, such a long comment, and so useful, thank you! it was so motivating and helpful to read it!
    about posemaniacs, i too am suspicious of him, but for rhythm and proportions, i usually find it useful; but i don't normally stick with him so much..
    thank you for the big brush reminder!! i really, really tend to forget that, and thank you for the link too! i read half today, will continue tomorrow

    Braintree - i sure am planning to, thanks!
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    Tis my first male original character so to speak! I tried going for the monk like look, hope i succeeded.
    I always had this image in my head, and couldn't put it on canvas

    More head and figure studies. I got bored with posemaniac at some point,
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackDelphin View Post
    Jacobo - thank you jacob, i am trying my best right now to study more!!
    3 dimensional is good, but it isn't my goal really.. i am still trying to find my style, and my belief of art
    thank you for your imput on my figure drawing!! i will try my best to do so, however, i don't know if i understood 2 and 3;
    on 2 did you mean wrapping around the shape, thinking in masses? and on 3, you mean more dynamic poses?
    My name is Joshua Jacobo. It's ok, I get "Jacob" a lot.

    This is of course my own opinion but I don't think that an artist can create any kind of representational art without having a solid command over 3 Dimensional forms. To understand contour, you need to know and control the forms that create that contour. There is no way to memorize the infinite variation that nature provides. Similarly, even if you are working primarily with color, you still need to know where the planes are which are entirely determined by your mass conceptions. I think that a purely "impressionistic" approach is a dead end because you become a slave to reference.

    When I ask you to push the 3D in your drawings I mean for it to help build your fundamental skills rather than being an end or a "look" in itself. Sorry if that was unclear!

    2. and 3. were referring to your small figure studies.

    By 2) I simply meant that I wanted you to explore space on the Z or depth axis rather than just the X and Y. Send forms towards and away from the viewer.

    By 3) I am suggesting that when you do your figure studies that I assume were from imagination, it can be a helpful exercise to draw an action or an event and interpret it in a variety of different ways as opposed to drawing any old poses.

    Is that more clear? Keep up the good work!

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    Yeaaaaaaaaaaaaah! that's what I'm talking about! great stuff Christina, I see some improvement makes me feel like I'm not doing anything thanks for the smack in the face!
    Off I go to study!
    edit: the portrait is nice I see his forehead is too small and his lips are narrow as well, remember mans lips are usually larger then womens. (except in Angelinas case)
    Also check out these links for skin tones and face studies:
    http://www.gfxartist.com/features/tutorials/14033
    http://www.gfxartist.com/features/tutorials/14030
    http://www.furiae.com/index.php?view=gallery
    http://www.tascha.ch/content/index.p...d=38&Itemid=58
    http://www.imaginefx.com/02287754333308296399/

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    Jacobo - i was calling you that because of the id
    you are right regarding the 3d part, and i did understand 2 and 3 now, thanks!

    Danny_K - thank you danny! you're the one who started it actually hahah
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