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    cool pencil work.nice paintings too..more anatomy studies.


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    Here is another portrait. It's a little more painterly.

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    sweet stuff man i especially love the portraits, this last one's my fave how long do these take?
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    Wow, the improvement in this sketchbook is insane man! The Hogarth studies are really good, and the portraits looks great, especially the last one. Keep it up, you're doing great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by miycko View Post
    sweet stuff man i especially love the portraits, this last one's my fave how long do these take?
    Thanks Miycko. I am not very fast so they take anywhere from 4 -6 hours to complete. The old man I would say took 6 hours becuase of all his damn wrinkles. The last portrait actually went pretty fast. I would say he took around 2 hours. Thanks again for the response!

    Spaggen: Thanks, man!
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    MAN YER RENDER'N SKILLS ARE HOT KeeP UP THE WICKED WORK!!!!

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    Thanks Grannie your awesome!

    Here is a quick figure study.

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    loving the figure study man
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    Thanks guys for the comments! They are very much appreciated!! Here is some progress of the figure painting.

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    beautiful painting! I like the way you blended the colors

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    30 min study (the dude in the ref. is really red)

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    Cyclops work in progress. Let me know if you see anything wrong with the anatomy or porportions. Thanks!

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    Holy crap, nice progress man! Those paintings look so 3d! Hope you do more
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    Hey You've made some nice progress here. Good work!

    I was going to comment that you need to do more traditional studies (anatomy, color lighting, etc.,) but it seems you're all over that.

    I do however think you could spend more time working on perspective studies, don't fall into the same pit that i dug myself into by focusing so much on figure studies and color/light that you neglect other fundamentals.

    Good work.
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    a more complete line drawing and starting to add some value to the Cyclops
    Last edited by ROCKNROLLA; November 9th, 2009 at 07:39 PM.

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    I am having a lot of trouble getting the values down.

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    and another 30 minute figure study...

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    Another quick study about an hour I guess.

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    Here is some progress on the previous post. I work so F-ing slow!

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    Dddiiizzzzsaamnnn !! Yer studies are hot !!!

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    more updates=d

    I like your avatar alot.

    Cheers!

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    First post in a while but I have been busy lately. I have managed to get some doodles down on paper. I really want to work on my drawing skills so I am putting the PC down for a while Anyways here are some random sketches...

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    The Brigman studies are awesome dude and those random doodles are cool, very nice work
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