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    ColorExcursion: Thank yooou!

    OutOfInspiration: Haha yeah, motivation is a bee to the yaatch and I've had soo many sketchbooks under soo many screen names on CA... This one's a keeper though, I think! And thanks

    andres333: Cheerios

    Alright, an update on the old person portrait. Still need to do some serious tweaking and fiddling and moving things around and urrghhnn it's killing me...

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    And here's a self portrait for the same assignment, this one was a blast!

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    Urrghhh finally done with my generation/family tree portraits, after doing the last two I really want to redo the old lady one... Oh well, it'll do.

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    Tonight's smush*:

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    *not actually a smush at all but a two week project - due tomorrow - that I...adjourned until tonight - WELL DONE
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    Woo, excellent Sargent studies. :]
    The family tree portraits are neat as well.
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    awesome portraits
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    looks nice, i like the first "young" version self-potrait. (but I guess it's also the way you look today)

    comment on the old portrait, i have a feeling that the nose goes too straight down and that it stays at the same level as the forehead.

    i think you need also to put a shadow between nose and forehead so it's more seperated.


    but hope to see more!

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    will check later again
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    Whoosh no updates for a while because I'm a lazy bugger. Also I've been playing Dragon Age

    Moosh, yyates05: Thank you

    OutOfInspiration: Thank you for the excellent critique, I can totally see what you mean! Something's been bothering me but I haven't been able to put my finger on it, but you're spot on. Might go back and touch it up a little...

    I haven't been very productive lately, but here are two silly pictures from last week.

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    nice skull beast
    Diggin' the Ditch?
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    finally some new sketches

    your welcome, it's so hard when you need to improve your own drawings >_<

    bottom one is perfect for a childrens book
    can't say anything else about it besides the obvious things.

    hope to see more (sooner than the previous ones :p)
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    I think that skullmonster design is interesting and pretty original. You could probably develop that design further and make some pretty cool monsters. Those portraits look nice too. I’m not sure about the merging of black linework and painting in those though. Maybe tone down/remove some lines, they are too dominant right now in my opinion. Generally speaking though I think the combination of linework with more a painterly style looks good.
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    Hey there how´s your studies going? I bet you are to busy to post here anymore. It would be great if you did though. You are really good at painting and the anatomy is coming along fine. I wonder how your composition and environment skill are.

    The happy bed picture is really cute by the way.
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    Wooooow it's been a while since I've posted anything here, been super busy with uni and yada yada. Will post a dump later but first up is a portrait I've painted up for my final portfolio handin later this month. What a bit of time and practice can do...

    Thank you ditchman, OutOfInspiration, Bergulf and Frida for leaving such nice comments in my absence - I'm hoping post more from now on... Touch wood :s

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    hey nice work Andrea! i like the colors in your portraits, and the mind control dude KILLS IT! haha. im just starting my journey through college as well, video game design at becker college in the states. im very excited. is your experience as fun as you hoped at uni?
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