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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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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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Great job with that Caravaggio study!
Very nice values and cool details in this one!
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September 20th, 2009 #25
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.
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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September 21st, 2009 #26
I also appreciate your comment on likeness, I didn't think about that either. Thanks, man, really.
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