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    @Aryeh: Thanks for the words.
    It's rather funny in a way. Something like that can really set up a whole line of thoughts.
    brings your mind to places even the person who says it cant predict.
    A beautiful thing, words. It's nice to see some people are still putting effort and thought in them.

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    Hey Lucas, when you're doing your life drawing, keep the pad under the piece of paper that you're using. It looks as if you have just the hard drawing surface which is why you're getting all that mucky texture with the charcoal, wood is a lot less forgiving than a soft pad of paper. If you arent standing up when you're life drawing, def. try that out, I find it helps with the proportions.... Dont forget that structure and proportion come with tons and tons of practice....Actually, this might help: block in the twist of the torso first, then the legs planted on the ground. From there you can position the arms and then the head last...it works well for me anyway.... Keep at it dude, you're making some strong improvements.

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    @Sprogis7: Thanks for the life drawing advice, i'll keep it in mind next time im going at it!


    Still trying to keep this thread alive, maybe sometime I can post more stuff instead of just once a month
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    I found that the gorilla was quite a fun subject to paint, so I tried a different monkey.

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    I would almost say im on a roll, it feels good to paint again at least.

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    So, i've been trying to do something from my mind, but i fuck it up completely.
    I threw it away because it frustrated me too much. Though, that tells me that I should do a lot more from imagination.

    After that I did this photo study, wich did go well. But I'm not learning a whole lot from it. So i'll just keep slacking off


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    wow that last bird looks fantastic!
    dont be so hard to yourself, just keep working hard, this is one of the pieces i think, that shows what your already able to - and that your getting somewhere!!

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    @Xbert: Thanks, I appreciate it. The thing is, that I've gotten better in imitating from a photo, but what I really need is to get better at works from imagination. Because eventually thats what its all about for me.

    Finally! Something from mind that I dont have to throw in the trashcan immediately. It's terrible, but by far the best thing from mind I've made in a long time.


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    A quick photo study, I tried to get the colours down as fast as possible.
    And this is the music I was listening to while painting



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    Some fast value studies with skulls.

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    So this image didn't get posted last post.
    So here it is...

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    Thanks Sushy, yeah that one turned out alright.

    ...a little arm study


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    hey luckers, these apes look great!

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    @Xbert: Thanks mate, I appreciate it.

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    So this week I thought I'd go and try to participate in the COW, because of its awesome subject. Plus it would be good for me to put some pressure behind my work

    My idea was: A giant lobster, called Lobzilla.

    So my initial sketch was just a giant lobster walking in a city.
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    But it was just a lobster in a bigger scale. So I started over. I wanted to do something different with the anatomy. Wich proofs to be difficult.
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    I started the whole Lobzilla idea over.
    I didn't want to end up with the exact same anatomy as a regular lobster.

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    So, I'm very happy right now!
    I've participated in my first CoW and I made the deadline.
    I'm really glad I pulled it off because I think it's a good thing for me right now to be chasing deadlines.
    And Its a piece from Imagination wich I have been having a lot of trouble with lately, and I think it turned out alright dispite of that fact.
    Here is a link to the final work thread. I think it was a good challenge, and a lot of awesome monsters came out of it
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    hey Luckers! thanks 4 visiting. wow, you have an amazing sb here. it's way late and I have to go to work tomorrow, so I'm gonna subscribe and leave through in detail tomorrow. just from what I've seen now, all I can say is wow; if I see your first posts, and then your latest work. in a little over 2 years, to get that far!

    >>SKETCHBOOK. you'll visit me. I'll visit you, we'll have a tea party. with arts and shit. it'll be dreamy. stop by.
    >>mah tumbr
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    That last COW is amaaaazing! Talking about getting better. Look at you go! That's Improvement! Seriously, good works mate. I really like that textured feel in your pieces.

    I'm making mess here: Sketchbook .
    also on dA and blogspot

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    Hey thanks for stopping by my SB, I appreciate the crit and I definitely agree with you, I think I just find it quite difficult to come up with solid ideas from imagination, I'm one of these classical realist admirers you see, so I prefer observation (or pretty much depend on it) to come up with good enough sketches.

    As for your SB though, your progress is seriously good for 2 years, and I don't think I'm at your level at digital rendering yet, your digital's are fantastic, I'll definitely have to practice that more. The bird study you did in post #276 is very, very good! and that last digital you posted turned out really well in the end, I'll be most certainly keeping an eye on your SB in the future, all we can do is keep drawing and try and improve to the best of our abilities!

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    hey luckers! welke acedemie zit je? hehe. nog n dutchie.
    soo, looked through your stuff; lots of nice things; nice and differentiated. really good perspective stuff, nice enviroments too. and on this last page you just blow me away man! for the small paintings on paper, I think you should either use smaller brushes, or use bigger shape language. the charcoal is good, but could de with bigger, stronger line. the last page, you have to tell me what brush you are using on that arm study. I LOVE it. and the chow, ye. a whole new level man. keep up this great work; subscribing & giving ye 4 stars.
    cheer and see ye soon!

    >>SKETCHBOOK. you'll visit me. I'll visit you, we'll have a tea party. with arts and shit. it'll be dreamy. stop by.
    >>mah tumbr
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    You have a wonderful sketchbook, Love your brushwork!

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    You f'in killed it with that last piece, man. Like seriously! I remember when you were new on the forums. Who would think in such a short amount of time, you would be creating works of this caliber?





    I DID, haahhh, yeee, i get all the credit for the faith, yo!
    Keep it up, keep grinding, keep deathlining!!! Lets do this!!!

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    lobzilla looks amazing. Subscribing

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    @ ashess: Hey man, thanks for the kind words! I'll try to keep your advice in mind. I think I'm going to do more of those small painting again soon. The brushes I used for that are of Jama, he has got a SB here as well. Here is a link to the brushpack I used. (He might have released a new pack, I dont know) http://jamajurabaev.deviantart.com/j...et=15#/d3s8qgc

    @ witcrack: Thanks mate, I appreciate it. It's been really nice seeing you new work. Since I hadn't checked updates for a while!

    @ BenjaminJL92: Thank you Yep, it all comes down to putting that pen/brush on paper/canvas as often as possible!

    @ Lumens: I appreciate it, nice to hear

    @ Seage: Haha, that one CoW turned out to be all the deathline challenged I had in me! Well, I dropped it quite fast. what is it, like 2 weeks since that update. And here are two works with a very small attention span... I suck Well, thanks for the kind words, though!

    @ krysjez: Thanks krysjez!


    So, update! 2 painting with my bad concentration..

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    dig the texture your putting into your paintings
    keep it up
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    @ OmertA: Thanks, just something I do to make it feel a bit less photoshop painty...

    I've started working on the Teen challenge of the week. Haunted house.
    The piece should mostly be about mood.
    But I'm trying to get the lightning right first.
    Lines are from SketchUp, lightning so far done by myself.
    Really trying to take it slow and not make unnecessary mistakes at the beginning wich will show at the end.
    The scene is at night. So thats why there are different light sources outside. They are street/city lights.
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    Well, it`s a little weird to have two rows of windows in front of each other in such a tiny space, but of course not imposible, specially if it`s supposed to be a high floor. also a few lights disappear, but I guess you just sketch them like this. Don`t forget to put later the bounces of the light, but again, since it`s just a sketch I`m guessing you already knew that.
    So, looks good, not much to say, let`s see the progress...

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    @Lennon: Thanks for the advice mate, they are all things that didnt come up with me. But unfortunately I didn't finish it.

    Morrissey

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    Just playing around with Photoshop a bit...
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