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    Ah, I see you got the scanner working.
    I can see the loomis has helped for sure with the imaginative drawings, and I almost thought the photo study was from imagination. haha.
    Theres a bit of a outline on the lighter parts of the photo study that makes them pop forward a bit, maybe the same effect you want to avoid as p sage critiqued on the William Bouguereau study.

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    Wooo Loomis! Make sure you do A LOT of drawings from imagination after copying his poses And be careful, some of the standing figures are falling to the right and some proportions are a bit messed up (long arms, mainly, it's no biggie).

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    Hello really nice studies! I really think you did it with the samurai guy, looks realistic. As a critic I think sometimes that your characters faces looks too porsline like. (After writing this I saw loathsome already pointed that out.) That guide that he posted has really helped me, try to really understand it. Try to use more different skintones and go crazy with colors, just to learn and experiment. Check my updates if you have time, I could need a critical eye.

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    Creusa Thank you so much honey i find working from imagination very hard so i really appreciate your kind words

    BlackDelphin WOW, thank you very much Cristina i'm so glad to hear you say that, it's so damn hard to climb up that damn staircase. Thanks again, you're really awesome

    arestocrat thanks a lot dude you're very right, there's a wealth of knowledge to be learned from the man so i'll definitely continue to read the books

    seagulls sadly my scanner's still busted so i make use the one at work when no one's looking there's quite a way to go before the imaginative drawings reach the standard of the study though i had removed the outline on the study but felt it looked funny without it, will have to try & figure out a way around that i guess thanks for the visit dude

    Donna Moar poses from imagination, will do i never even noticed how much the figures were falling untill i scanned them, will definitely need to keep an eye on that

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    to start with some works done with graphite. the first page is something i call 29 heads (from imagination) followed by some referenced male drawings, and then the next two pages are male figures from imagination and then a character design, i couldn't decide what to do so i made two, which one do you like and last but not least a photo study of a picture by mic-ardant called Epiphanie, Here's the link to the Original Photo. Comment & Crits are are very welcome

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    But careful, it's slippery sometimes!

    So far so good, better n better, just take care when blending that you don't lose that saturation tone change for example, or the planes. Abdomen area seems a bit strange to me.
    Try (perhaps) adding variation like a bit of redness, hair here n there, arm hair? skin pores, etc. To give it more personality.

    Looking better digitally this way, MORE!

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    whoa miycko you are insane dedicated son of...

    i can give you advice-try to observe nature where the shadow has hard edgeand where it is soft (slowly becoming lighter and lighter)
    i noticed you have lots of hard edged shadows in your work and the result is that they are looking artificial.
    keep it up bro

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    Wow dude....loads of improvement here! That rendering of the lady with the cloth totally blew me away. I instantly thought "Wow, that's some awesome rendering". Also, I love seeing those studies you have up there. Your understanding of the human form is deepening.

    Okay, crit time. While your rendering of that figure is the best I've ever seen you do, there's still something flat about it and I think it has something to do with your initial drawing. Look at your drawing, it's very flat, very 2D. I think if you started drawing in "3D" (check Vilppu) then your rendering of forms will look more 3 dimensional. Your initial drawing is very graphic; you didn't use spheres, cubes, cones or cylinders to construct the figure and I think that's what hindering your work from looking more 3 dimensional.

    Hope this helps. Keep trekking buddy. Your work is looking fantastic. Let's stay in touch. Cheers

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    wow, really loving the paints you made! But also keep in mind, regarding the portrait drawings, that the position of the head has a big impact on the neck, and in those drawings it sometimes looks a bit unrealistic as if the neck is really stiff and the head just pasted on there.
    But really great paints!

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    The color paint is the best I have seen you do miycko. Really really good.
    Its just the imaginative things.
    Maybe you could referece a pose from here for the warrior girls
    http://www.characterdesigns.com/

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    pics from reference, good as gold, but be careful with the imaginational stuff... Try to establish the reference library of what you need in your head, before trying it out of your mind. Otherwise you may make mistakes and (unwittingly) stay with them/ do them all over again. That would be a bad trap to fall into! Even if it's boring (I sure know that), stick more to referencing... At least for the basics, because if the basics are ok, you can go wild on the details and it will still be right
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    Very nice studies, I never can force myself to do so much I like your first character design (but second good as well), a few things I can suggest - is to make edge on the other side and turn her left leg a bit back to us... hope you understand what I mean
    And paint from reference - really beautiful, especially her legs!

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    haha I EXPECT NOTHING LESS WHEN IM GONE TO SEE NAKED LADIES AN WICKED STUDIES IN HERE WHEN I COME BACK HAHA GOOD SHOW BROTHER YOU YOU RRRRRRRRRRRROOOOOOCCCCCCCCCCCKKKKKKKKKKK!!!!!!!!!! !!

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    Great studies, i really enjoy them ... keep up the awesome work!

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    Ah darling you're doing good. I wont crit. It's so nice to see you studying color from... nude women xD As already said really beautiful, realistic legs!

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    awwwwwwesome!!! That last figure study ROCKS! keep it up!

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    That latest update! Colours looking much better in the lifepainting.

    Poses are definitely starting to look more natural! Love the dedication~ Can't wait to see the next batch of artwork~

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    Hey miycko! Long time no see, eh? I'm glad to see you're still working on your anatomical drawings! And your recent nude figure study looks amazing, especially the feet! It reminds me a lot of that James Kei figure painting demo, especially because she's standing on a wooden box, lol. The blue fabric she's holding looks a little confusing in your painting, but that type of cloth is very difficult to render out without taking forever on it because it's so reflective and has so many specular highlights. The character design looks great too. For a crit though, the butt looks a bit strange to me because it seems to be turned more towards us than her legs, which are shown in profile.

    Anyway, great work! I think your thread has come a long way, and it's great to see that you're still really pushing yourself!

    (Oh and, since you asked about this on DA, I thought I'd mention that I started a new SB thread here, the link to which is now in my sig! )

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    ah, yes. that amazing figure study it still blows my mind



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    Micky where are you!? Seriously!!! Get back in here!
    Just reply if you don't draw. That'll make you draw, i'm sure of it! cA just dose that to you!

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    Nellin Thank you very much dude my work has a very cartoony background so it's a bit hard to get that out of it. i'm not quite sure if i want it to completely go towards photo realism yet but i'm happy with my style atm. i'll have a look at your sketchbook soon and thank you for the advise

    BlackDelphin aint that the truth as i painted the image i felt the reds were a bit too saturated blended them in with the other colours, a bit too much maybe? mmmm hair and skin pores it's about time to into it i guess Thanks for the adice

    witek thanks very much dude shadows are a real pain for me, thats some great advice i'll try my best to remember it

    Peetaer Thank you very dude you're completely right about the initial drawing dude, my mindset is usually in a 'okay lets get this over with' state as i'm doing the line work which it shouldn't be i'll make an effort to check out Vilppu an sort it out. Thanks so much dude

    Lav connecting the neck to the head is something i have constant trouble with, i will try to pay more attention to it Thank you so much Lav

    seagulls Thank you very much dude the imaginative works are truly hard to do and i want to try and keep a balance with the studies. Thanks for the link dude

    arestocrat Thanks a lot dude i'm trying to use the stuff i learn from referenced work in the imaginative works though it isn't easy. Thanks for the great advice dude, keeping it in mind

    in2eternity Thank you so much i'll remember your advice on her legs in case i decide to continue working on the image. Thanks again TO

    Grandmassa Mr. Spect ha I'M GLAD I COULD LIVE UP TO YOUR EXPECTATIONS AND THERE'S MOAR TO COME SO STAY TUNED

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    ilmenhin Thank you so much i'm glad to hear you say that, there's moar to come

    dierat it's been way too long D, i'm happy to see you back in here i love painting feet for some reason, hard as they are! that video did have some use eh, speaking of which did you ever try out thos livestream classes? I admit i did rush painting the fabric cuz of time need to do moar studies on such. you're right about that butt, i'm not sure if it would be a matter of adjusting the left cheek or if it would all have to be reworked. i'll keep it in mind for the next time i work on this image

    WOW! thank you so much for the stars D. Gonna check out the goodies in your new sketchie

    GweNdZ Thank you very much glad to see you in here

    BlackDelphin i'm here, i'm finally back and i have been drawing thanks to your inspiring company

    Alrighty then, this is what i've been up to the last couple of weeks. We'll start off with the pencils, i did some moar heads from imagination followed by some skeletons i referenced from an art book i borrowed from a good friend of mine and then some character designs from imagination (half the time i don't even know exactly what i'm doing even when i have a subject in mind and now for the digis note i haven't done much study in this area of late. The first one's Natacia Sky an 11 hour painting from imagination, next is a 1 hour sky study and Carmine whose my try at doing something 100% vector which took around two and a half hours, that’s followed by a 1 hour speed painting i'm quite happy with Jessie, Then Dominique is the four & a half hour painting with a lot of green, i might just revisit this sometime to fix some things, the next one's Angel in my bed which might just be some kind of fantasy of mine it took 17 hours to paint and last but not least Light to Dark also might be a fantasy of sorts, took 17 hours to paint as well. Must make time for studies now

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    When i read your comment i thought, he's posting the good stuff last, near the end of the post, but then i start scrolling and ALL of these are GREAT!
    Those pencil stuff are brilliant! I really like those characters! And the skeletons from your friends book have really nice flow and proportions! I think your digi is starting to fall behind your pencil skills.
    But digi stuff is still good! Perhaps try to add an adjustment layer to see your values from time to time. The values as they are now, seem to be all very saturated and strong. Now with all, but with the first digi for ex.
    Really diging that hair accessory from the angel reader. You're doing better with these, that you have already experimented with. So perhaps try redoing some subjects, or something similar to get even better results?

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    hey miycko
    i checked ur sketchbook after quite a long time...wow man wat an improvement.....ur hard work is actually paying off...keep it up
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    The pencils are really good, The skeleton looks very good in particular. The paintings are great.

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    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1282737950 nice ass, lol

    digis look good, but still keep value in mind... with colored paintings make a new layer and fill with black or white, then set blending mode to saturation or color.... with one small click in the layers box you can turn your painting into black&white and check your values! Keep it up, dude!

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    Cant wait for the next post

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    No, I never got around to trying the livestream classes, and at this point I don't think I'm going to. Especially since in terms of studies, I'm really just focusing on improving my anatomical knowledge these days. Anyway, great update as usual! Is it just me, or do you have a particular penchant for butts? For a crit, the front elbow on the last image is a bit low which gives her an elongated upper arm. I think the front leg has the same issue but to a smaller degree (since that leg is bent forward, the knee should be higher than on the back leg in order for them to be equal).

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    Nice updates! I could look at the girl with the book all day! "shes an angel!"

    As a critique I do the same mistake by drawing the gender that I feel most comfortable drawing. I see that the majority of your drawings is of females, am I right? .
    I think that the biggest lessons comes from doing something youre not comfortable with, not falling into routines. That includes drawing the same noses the same postures and stuff. I really try to think about this when I draw, and I think its a good way to advance and improve.

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    Wow, I love your last works a lot!!! Keep it up, that's incredible how purposeful you are!

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    ur paints r very good

    keep it up

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    BlackdelphinYou're very kind Cristina, thank you very much for the encouraging words, i really appreciate you saying that you're right about the images being saturated, checked them on my work machine & realised that the laptop i'm using has very low saturation levels compared to most screens so i've tried tweaking them a bit, i'm not sure if my current settings are ideal but i think it's helped some that's a great idea to try & redo some stuff, though i kinda feel like i haven't reached the point where i can rework some pieces and be completely satisfied with the results, MOAR practice for now

    Maria Riaz So happy to have you visit again thanks a lot for the support & don't be stranger okay

    Seagulls Thanks a lot dude tried to be real careful with the skeletons to get them right

    arestocrat i'm glad you like trying to work on the whole saturation issue atm, thanks for the great advice dude

    Shambok Coming up thanks for the visit

    Dierat The classes would only make sence if anatomy was the topic, but there's only so much they could cover on that subject i'm sure. i love butts, it must be a guy thing cuz i'm not exactly sure what attracts me to them but i'm sure i'll be painting lots moar man i seriously missed that elbow, thanks so much for pointing it out & the knees as well, certainly something i'll be keeping in mind

    Nellin That she is i really like drawing females, the occasional male is usually to just remaind myself that i can still draw them. Thank you for the advice, it makes a lot of sence, will be trying out some different subjects very soon

    in2eternity thank you very much i'm happy to hear you like them, promise to do as much as possible while i'm motivated

    Brahimpag Thanks a lot

    i decided i should take my pencils MOAR seriously, it's not always that i can paint in photoshop after all, and besides i realised that pencil is a zillion times faster if you're sketching so i bought a couple pencils & have been experimenting the last week or so. The first five are referenced from photos & the last one's from life. The times in order from first to last are: 15 mins, 1 hr 10 mins, 1 hr 15 mins, i hr 25 mins, 1 hour and 2 hr 30 mins. I did some digis as well, only two for this post, the first one is a study from life which took four hours and the second is a referenced painting/study of a photo by DreamPhotographySid called Jess which took twelve and a half hours to paint.

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