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    FUUUCK THOSE LAST TWO ARE BRILLIANT.
    GREAT studys and your line quality and anatomy's gettin DOPE!
    that last painting lacks some construction, but reaaaly nice lookin!
    keep at is andrew!!
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    Beautiful, solid work in here man. You've improved a lot since page 1. The texture and expressiveness of that last painting are really great.

    Keep it up.
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    Really digging your figurative work! Beautiful! The improvement is inspirational! Keep it up bro!
    Talent and Creativity are yours to use and keep

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    ryanoir: Thanks man! I love how you are always so full of energy. I JUST WANT TO DRAW WHEN I SEE YOUR COMMENTS!!1!1 Also you and Matty inspired me to start studying screencaps.

    eekolite: Thank you. The texture on there was kind of hard to do. I still don't understand textured brushes so I did it all with the standard round. Probably not the smartest.

    Odayga: Thank you very much! I don't know about inspirational though...

    Spent the day shopping and hanging out with my girlfriend, so all I did today artwise was this one little study of a screencap from Fight Club (the colours were really crazy hard). I keep seeing people do these and they are all amazing (ryanoir, matty_mcmullen, SamC, Miles_ etc) so I was all "I wanna be like them!". Stopped at exactly 1 hour. Got it from this great website:
    http://www.cinemasquid.com/blu-ray/movies/screenshots

    My colours still are shit and I need to use bigger brushes so tomorrow I will hopefully do a ton of studies.
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    YEAH YEAH YEAAAAAAAAH
    GLAD YOU WANNA DRAW WITH MY COMMENTS! HAHA
    Screeens lookin dope! me and matty are gonna be doing grayscales for the first month or so, so i'd reccomend you'd start with that too! it seems like your struggling to find the colors and not focusing enough on other things, though dude, it's fuckin brillllliant!!
    that face is dooooope
    KEEP GOING ANDREW SONEA!!!
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    aweome lines man! and thanks for posting that screencap site, ima have to do some of those too keep up the hard work
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    ryanoir: Yeah I did two today. One in greyscale like you suggested and one in colour. I think I should do more in colour since I struggle with it so much whereas I am pretty comfortable with black and white.

    lancer_idenoure: Thanks! I hope you do get around to the studies.

    Okay so my plans of lots of art today kind of fell through. I did some sketching but not much so I will just show the screencaps I did today. The first took 45 minutes and the second 1 hour and were from Seven Samurai and The Fall. Bleh, the colours suck so much. Learning colour is gonna be one of my New Year's Resolutions I think.
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    Hey man. Great updates! Both screen caps look good. I hear you on the New Years Resolution Painting in photoshop is hard work. Looking forward to more!
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    oh man your last study the best i really do like it

    keep it up

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    hey man the screens look great! Im sorry to let you down. It's hectic times at the moment i have a massive job i'm working on which takes priority but i will be catching up with the screens after the initial deadline (4th Jan, i say initial cause a quarter of the work is due then). So im pretty busy 6 illustrations & 6 characters. Eventually 16 total due. So im sorry, ill do a screencap in my lunch break today.
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    jNeumann: Thanks!

    qlotzan: Thank you!

    matty_mcmullen: Haha, oh man I feel like a dick. I didn't mean for you to feel let down, I was joking around and hoping to see you update more because you are awesome. And here you are busting out all these legit reasons and apologizing! Sorry about that, and thanks for stopping by!

    Okay, so I have this big new sketchbook which I love (I'm guessing it's something like 10 x 14 inches based on how big it is next to a 9 x 12 sketchbook). I did a few pages today, but I just realized it doesn't fit my scanner at all. So I will have to get around to photographing it.

    Yeah, that's my lame excuse for this little update. Just a 1 hour screencap study from Harry Potter. I ran out of time when I got to the foreground (2 minutes left and all I had was a couple blotches of colour) so I quickly grabbed a few textured brushes I haven't really used and hoped for the best. Not too happy with this one overall.
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    those screen caps are lookin nice man. just watch out for those edges; try sharpening some a little more. and for colors, mine werent so great until a while ago. what really helped me was photo duplications with full sunlight. so far all the ones youve done are diffuse light, which is much more subtle and hard to distinguish differences in hue and saturation. stick with some fully lit ones for a while and youll do just fine
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    looking legit man keep it up
    have a good one
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