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    Bouguereau study, almost 4 hours so far. I guess it would be good to do an original one with a similar palette.

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    i think you 've got a strong use of values; i especially like the vampire picture

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    Yo, Team CHOW buddy!

    That Bouguereau study isn't showing up for me, but your environments are looking awesome and your faces are pretty strong. Good stuff

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    Hey Blau,
    Great atmosphere in your latest chow, the spot colouring works really well.
    You create a nice balance of soft and hardness in the portraits here in your sketchbook. I reckon Your figurative work is stronger than your environments, but the backgrounds show good understanding of composition and tonal range. I believe you're on the right track with studying masters such as Bouguereau, mainly for analysing painting technique - a fresh look at how someone else applies the paint to the canvas to create desired effects.

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