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    2 am sketch. Practicing with Painter




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    Lonely im so lonely,
    I have nobody,
    To call my owwnnn
    Im so lonely, im mr. Lonely
    I have nobody,
    To call my owwnnn
    Im so lonely


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    great studies! i like the colours on the red bull one.

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    I love spidermans eyes . These last few posts really kick ass.

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    thesimplylife, James Gerard thank you both!



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    Very inspiring sketchbook man.

    You've improved quite a bit since the first page Really impressed by your digital still life skills!

    Keep it up!

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    I respect the skills Wolf!

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    Tides, MBK: Thanks both!


    For last two months i mostly (99%) draw/paint traditionaly so i don't update so often (to lazy to take pictures of drawing - i don't have scaner).

    First 3 sets are from life, last one is from books/images









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    Some quick portraits and two from life.
    Spend ~5-10 min on each except last one took me few minutes more









    Last edited by .:WoLf:.; August 18th, 2011 at 12:09 PM.
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    few 5 min sketches (from photo)



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    Another quick selfportrait. I have to work on values A LOT.. and observation



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    Self portraits are improving, but
    you are still the strongest at your
    digital still lives. Somehow you managed
    to conquer the digital color world much faster
    than the graphite pencil stuff.


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    LtPlissken: i agree
    That's why i mostly draw/paint traditionaly for the last few months


    quick character:



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    Your face sketches show that you're really paying attention to the most important information to visually include. They have nice volume to them despite being only 5-10 minute sketches.

    I like the moody shading of your most recent character. The proportion of her arms are a bit off though...something to consider if you continue with the drawing.

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    JJacks: no, i won't continue on that character, it was just quick for fun. Thanks


    personal work






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    That last one is cool man, I love mech

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    i know a lot of the stuff here is quick doodles n stuff. one good thing is to always thoroughly define the sillhouette. Especially in the speed paintings. This will give your work an immediate read of depth and will create clarity in your compositions.

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    gunsbins: Thanks
    Aryeh: yes, most of my work is pretty fast. I don't want to concentrate on any kind of details.
    In my opinion i still try to make too clear shapes. I would rather like to draw and paint loose with strong composition, idea and color palete, like Craig Mullins instead of some pointless detailing, perfect shapes,..
    In other word.. i would like to start express myself, not to draw like in books..
    But studies will reamain academic.

    Anyway.. i'm aiming on something between expressionism (not abstract) and realism so where watcher would see both, power of anatomy ant other knowledge and how can i imply that in artistic way.

    A LOT of hard work is on my road. I'm ready for it every day more and more

    Here is some quick girl from imagination. Hard brush, opacity set to 100%, one layer and limited color palete are just to make it harder



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    ”Aren’t you scared you might die in an accident?”

    ”No. You live more for 5 minutes going fast on a bike like that, than other people do in all of their life.”

    Marco Simoncelli

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    I love how you approach your studies, great work I very much like seeing. show us more of your traditional take those pictures :F

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    Ohhh, very cinematic war scene. The mood/atmosphere is great!

    I admire your studies, and the fact that you do them constantly. They're looking really good! The glasses on the last page were absolutely beautiful, and the profile figure study a few posts before was awesome too. And the most recent motorcyclist painting is just kickass. Great job getting so much speed in that, and making everything read clearly while keeping it so simple. @__@ *really impressed*

    Keep it up!

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    TFsean: i'll take some time one day and show some more traditional stuff
    JesseM: Thanks!

    30 min selfportrait. I think this is my first color selfportrait i've ever done.


    some crap from imagination:




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    Excellent still life studies. For the portraits I'd recommend focusing more on structure for a while doing draw-throughs. Keep up the good work!

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