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    Sketched a few ladies. Here are the refs:

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    Just for fun, hahaha.

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    Welcome to CA! Thanks for posting the link to that blog! Keep those digi's coming. However, I must say, go back to the basics, i.e. work on your drawing skills first. You must be great draftsmen before you can be a great painter.

    Rock on dude!

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    Thank you for your comment. I guess you're right - I hate to see a proportion error mid-painting.

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    Looks like pikachu had a hard upbringing, probebly drank a lot and did some drugs, good piece of humor, thanks for posting it

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    Quote Originally Posted by The man with no name View Post
    Looks like pikachu had a hard upbringing, probebly drank a lot and did some drugs, good piece of humor, thanks for posting it
    I tried to make him look like he could do Charles Bronson or Clint Eastwood movies (:

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    Simple drawing during Bobby Chiu's stream today.

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    I've been sketching and drawing and painting all day, HELL YEAH.

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    Great job with that Caravaggio study!
    Very nice values and cool details in this one!

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    Ok, i'm having much fun drawing women.

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    A little value study. Critique extremely welcome, i think it's crappy.

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    Stop saying your stuff is crappy man! Its your work, your dedication. Its maybe not as good as you wanted to be but is a honest nice try.
    By the way, good overall stuff. You are doing great so far.
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    The most important think to achieve likeness in a portrait is to watch the distances between every single element in the face.
    I usually spend more than 70% of the time of portraits trying to find the perfect location of the elements plus the distance between them and the corners of the face. A good thing is to flip the image (horizontally and also vertically) to "refreshes" your view of the figure. But I think you already know that.
    This last drawing is almost perfect, saving some very small corrections. To me it'd be a very valuable practice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hellfire View Post
    Stop saying your stuff is crappy man! Its your work, your dedication. Its maybe not as good as you wanted to be but is a honest nice try.
    By the way, good overall stuff. You are doing great so far.
    Quick tip:
    The most important think to achieve likeness in a portrait is to watch the distances between every single element in the face.
    I usually spend more than 70% of the time of portraits trying to find the perfect location of the elements plus the distance between them and the corners of the face. A good thing is to flip the image (horizontally and also vertically) to "refreshes" your view of the figure. But I think you already know that.
    This last drawing is almost perfect, saving some very small corrections. To me it'd be a very valuable practice.
    Wow, great comment, thanks man, I really didn't think about that. It's just that I'm way too perfeccionist, and that ends up screwing things for me ("aw this is crap I'll not finish it").

    I also appreciate your comment on likeness, I didn't think about that either. Thanks, man, really.

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