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    Kogaras thabks a lot man

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    sorry for the long pause. I am learning to paint with oils..

    here`s my first portrait attempt.
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    You're making great progress! The Velasquez study looks good, and the portrait is coming along. Right now the highlights and shadows look too desaturated though.
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    Cacodaemonia thanks- soon I`ll do an other portrait and i hope a better one.

    ..an other sketchbook finished..
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    The can and oil paintings are both very different from your sketching style: more tentitive and layered. I realize that this is probably because you're fairly new with both mediums, but I think slapping on the analogue and digital paint a bit more thickly would work well. It can get muddy if you overwork either too much. Working big to small and all that good stuff. Anyway, if the glob doesn't work, you can control-z, wipe it off, or know better next time!

    ...and I agree with Holland: I like interesting sketches.
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    Good point. thx! But I don`t want to enforce my painting style.. It will develop with the time I hope.

    some sketching with a war-photograpy book in front of me
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    ...and another failed attempt
    I`m sorry Célia
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    Really really good stuff in here man! Great drawings and paintings, lovely lines. And the studies looks superb too. I can definitely see that ink is your favorite medium hehe.

    Don't have any critic, just keep doing what you're doing!
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    Nice! very good lifestudies! keep it up
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    i love these kind of, how should i say..."ratty" lines. very expressive.
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    You r doing a great work!

    Keep it up!


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    Nice work here Master.Mind, really diggin' the sketches. Also, your Digital Painting skills are really good, love to see more process related posts though

    Also, the CHOW on the first or second page in this thread, Concept Fantastico! Reminisce of the Assassins' Creed II trailer...if anyone saw it.
    Like to see him appear in a bigger piece
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