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    The way I learned was to just keep going until it looks right.
    Or until I'm about to jump off the balcony.
    You'll draw faster the more you do it, so at first it'll take hours, maybe days (Which it did for me) but later it might take you one or two hours to get the necessary info down.
    I do agree with this comment. I notice sometimes in your paintings that you can spend a little time on your values. For example:
    in post #61, the legs still feel flat because there aren't enough values. Your figure drawings are really good. Keep it up.
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    Hey Istmin52, thanks for stopping by. Fair comment on the legs of the goddess - was pushed for time on this one and didn't really spend enough at the front-end sourcing reference. I'm not so restricted on the current project so will make sure I give it enough time in the right places.

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    Small update, quick sketches; poses and costume ideas.
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    Lovely dynamic poses! Last one is looking great too, very solid
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    Thanks for the encouragement, Liz. Am determined to maintain impetus on this one!

    Another quickie-study. May need to bulk him up a bit, he was the leader after all.
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    Really nice work on the last archer. The confident pose and witty expression give him a lot of personality. Also a fan of the woman in post #68. Love the lighting. Painted from reference?
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    'eric' looks a lot like colin farrell...

    anyways...good shit here mate. would love to see more of the royal imperial guard. you rocked those hardcore...
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    Hey AG. Yeah, I've been plundering 3d.sk during lunchtimes as it's a great resource when you're not completely struck on pose.

    Cheers, Peetaer. I want the characters to 'exist' as though film actors. Eric will indeed be 'played by' Mr. Farrell. As for the Royal Guard, he's still being worked on. I'm making a more 3d-heavy conclusion to that project, (progress below).

    Thanks for stopping by.

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    CD cover design

    I made this for a friend, but it never made it to print. It was meant to be CD art for a Chillout album.. not terribly original, I guess.
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    Life Drawings - old stuff

    I dug these out too, whilst tidying up / archiving. I've posted them as I'm due to start classes again soon and thought it'd be a nice yardstick to gauge them against.

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    Hey jencruz.

    If you mean the Guard head - it's a render from 3d Studio Max. As is the ice head, straight render. Texturing is done in Photoshop.

    3ds Max isn't free unfortunately, but you can get a trial version from Autodesk's website if you fancy a dabble.
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    Yo got any rad new work?

    Love your life drawings, when is the new class starting? Hope to see you outdo yourself!
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    Hey Liz. Been a while.. I'm putting a few bits together for the latest ChOw (Robin Hood), if it doesn't get finished in time I'll post here. More Life Drawing after Easter, apparently...

    Hope you are well, and still turning out the fun stuff?
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