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    You are doing good here. I added you in my sig.
    I'm not sure how you work, but I'd suggest starting to add stronger values on the frog to build up it's solidness and also figuring out it's general structure to start applying light on it.
    The wasteland bard is cool as hell though!
    Keep it up man.

    edit. We both added another page to our sketchbooks, what the hell.
    Let's do this.

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    Rotor: Thank you! I'm glad you think that I'm doing good and I'm also glad you like that bard . Also thanks for your suggestion, it makes sense. I often went too expressive and got confused. To be honest, I am not so sure how I work, myself, especially when doing a painterly approach... that actually haunts me, especially these few days.
    Oh and, also also thanks for adding me in your signature, that's really an honour. I'll just do the same
    And yeah, let's do this!

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    Now here's a recent study, actually a copy from a painting in some children storybook I read at a friend's house... I forgot the title but it has some good simple paintings in it. I should borrow it next time

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    that's nice fox study! XD

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    Hey witcrack, thanks for your comments in my sketchbook! You have some good progress in here, but I haven't been seeing to many focused studies, maybe try some more of that, either way you are doing good, just keep studying lots!

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    Haha the frog reminds me of a game I use to play a long time ago (Not frogger) lol Can't remember the name of it. Anyway it's great seeing you active dude
    About your question in your last post. I don't know if this answers it but basically
    OI'm doing a lot of grayscale renders both pencil and digital from coloured pictures.
    so training myself to see the value in colour.
    It's quite essential doing things traditionally in my opinion because I've noticed when I do stuff traditional I learn soo much much in terms of value and drawing overall. because there is a strict process, more restricting than that of digital. with digital you can do soo many things to do a study that although you may finish it good the actual process may be a mess.
    Let me use karate for an example. a simple punch we are trained to throw it from the hip in a straight line to the target: clean, fasted way from A to b.
    a messy punch would be one that is thrown and is flailing all about the air before it hits it's target. some many steps. hard to remmeber such a abstract movement. simple road much more effective. that is the traditional method i ma talking about with art.
    I hope I made sense lol.
    that being said, a tradional method would be working from light to dark just like rendering with a pencil. Do everything on one layer if you don't already do so when studying.
    I'm also noticing the strokes in your digi studies seem to be the same consistency.
    which tablet or program are you using?

    If I happen to comment on your sketchbook, please don't feel obliged to comment on mine. use that time instead to get back to work.

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    Red face

    Kai: Thanks
    Justin: hmmmm... focused studies... it has come to that, hasn't it? can't avoiding it forever, can I? Haha. Thanks for reminding me, man. I'll keep that in mind and try to do it
    luther: Thanks for the awesome feedback. I really appreciate it Yeah you are totally right about doing some traditionals. I learned the most about art when I was doing it. It's just irreplaceable. I should do that more now so i can be a bit more methodical. Heeeeeyah!
    Now about my question a page ago, I don't think I made it clear, sorry but I was actually wondering, how I can paint a realistic colours from imagination. I do all the studies to store infos in my head so I can recall and load it out when doing stuffs from imagination. So I studied colour theory and copying photographs and paintings, but still, I don't know how to make all that infos in my head useful... all I can do now is to be patient and just do trials and errors... or maybe that's that, huh?
    I am using Painter mostly, it's my main tool but I also use Photoshop for complex layouts and compositions because Painter sucked in that, if I can be frank in my opinion. Heheh. I use a Bamboo Fun Small Tablet. Need a larger one though. It hurt my wrist (yes, it forces me to draw from my wrist! )

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    Okay so, um.... no painting today but I just made me an ambigram Flip it and you can read my real name

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    oh brother where art thou?

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    Red face I'm Back :D

    Yeah, long time no post... too long actually, but i haven't stopped drawing. It's just things doesnt go very well in life, no income and all... heh. So i've been busy to fix just that.

    Well, not much i can show, but here's some designs and studies for today's update:

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    and here's for this week's CHOW:
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    Progress on the CHOW
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    I couldn't make it in time but here's so far on that infected scientist:
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    I understand mate, hope everything will go better for you.Artwise i see improvement. The linework in these sketches is really great and the way you approached the infected scientist.Keep up on your rythm mate

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    Hey man, good to see you posting again. I like where you're going with your linework, nicely loose and efficient.
    Never despair and keep doing what you love.

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    ccol stuff - good to have ya back again. I hope all things improve soon. !!!! Catch up later buddy

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    RAHHH THIS LAST ONES FER THE CHOW IS MY HERO witcrack!!! HAHA SO EPIX LOOK FORWARD TO THE MRRAAOOORRRRR WERKS XDXDXD

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    I really REALLY like the stuff you did in post #489.
    Thats one kickass post. Hope to more from you here again.

    Keep calm and carry on (making art)

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    Blunt Machette, Wraiths and Muds... I'm still alive!

    Hey everyone, thanks for your supports and encouragements. It really means a lot. It's nice to have such a great bunch as you are here. Now, I am doing okay, It's not much but at least I got by and amidst all this I still manage to paint, draw and study... I cant show you anything but the digital ones. So here goes:

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    isn't the new attachment manager lovely?

    More to come soon!

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    yooo mate!!!! hahah yep the new attachment manager is great!!! Nice to see you back bro, keep it up!!!keep pushing the values, relax and worry only about values for a while.

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    this is a wonderful sketchbook, wonderful to look at. keep on posting man!

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    yaay! welcome back! Nice to see those updates

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    This page... This SINGLE PAGE is over a year old! Oh my god...
    Here's for the recent DFG to rev this thread back up. Yip yip!
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    recent sketches.

    what i have done in my spare time:
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    Hag for Chow

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    Continuation on that recent CHOW
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    Hey thanks for the feedback on the CHOW

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    Nextra: No problem, I'm glad i can help

    Soo, I am really glad to be able to do more personal works now. However, I really should up my game. Too many unfinished ones.
    Well, heere's from the current chow. again, i don't think i'll be able to finish in time.
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    and here's from the previous chow. Unfinished :|
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    Will have to subscribe to Photoshop, sooner than later

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    Soo busy week. Here's for the recent CHOW: Oni,
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    Time Theft :p

    Stole some times at work

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    My friend Witcrack!!!!!
    Great stuff, superman craking he┤s head to the floor and the time theft (made with time stolen from work) really made me laugh! I also love the bunch of heads coming from the pot. I┤m glad to be in this SB once again!

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    There's definitely a mixture of styles here, good work I know how tough that can be. I especially like your more textured linework.

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