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    wow, love the subtlety in the last piece. very evocative.
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    hey man, really dig those pen studys! and that last sp is wonderful! do more like this!
    maybe you can turn up the brightness of your moniter for more light? hehe
    keep at it bro!
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    lolbbq: Glad you like it. The subtlety was really tough to see, but I am happy with how it turned out.

    ryanoir: Thanks, working with a pen is really tough, but makes you think a lot and can get some really nice results. As for the self-portrait, I may very well do more dark ones. There is something both fun and satisfying about experimenting with self-portraits.

    Hokay, a bunch of stuff here. The life drawings are 20-30 minutes each, the still-lifes range from 1.25-4 hours, and then a Frazetta copy and some hands thrown in for good measure. While I have more that can be put up I probably won't as it is pretty rubbish, and I think that this should be good for now.
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    Calling this one finished. I've been working on and off it for several days now, and am pretty sick of it. It was done for a school project, and is a self-portrait, although the likeness is off a bit. I took a photo of myself which I used for maybe ten minutes to get the pose a bit better, then painted the rest from my imagination (except the face, in which a mirror was used).
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    haha that last ones raaad
    and man you get some really nice models in canada! i'm jeoulous ;_;
    you did real good at life drawing mate, good work!
    keep at it boi
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    ryanoir: Thanks man. Life drawing is my favourite.

    I finally got a sketchpad of toned paper. I have been looking for one forever, but for some reason never was able to find it in Ottawa. My dad just came back from Germany and he found it there so I was excited to break it in.

    To start off here is a bleh self-portrait. I liked it when I first finished it, but now looking at it the features are misplaced and the likeness is off. It doesn't help that the scan makes it look super textured (looks WAY better in real life). Anyways, about 2.5 hours.
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    Went to lifedrawing tonight, so here are the results. Starting off with some 90 second gestures that I actually don't hate too too much, and then a 20 minute and the rest 30's. Last two are ballpoint pen sketches (so hard to do).
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    woah, 20 minute and 30 minute standing poses? great stuff man, the model looks awesome
    and im loving your toned paper stuff, the red pencil goes great on it!
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    I was at that workshop
    These are great, and you can really recognize the model.
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    Nice work here, your pencil work and anatomy is quite strong. Keep going!
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    ryanoir: Thanks, I'm loving the toned paper too. And are 20's and 30's standing not normal?

    Sarc: Thank you, it's really cool to know other people from there are on CA.

    cgaddict: Thanks you sir. I still have a long way to go.

    Anatomy and lifedrawing. The anatomy is after Bammes; I've never studied him before but it seems really really good. I like how he breaks things down.

    The lifedrawing was done at this group I have never been to before, and the poses were much quicker than what I was used to, but anyways it was fun. They were done in coloured pencil and ballpoint pen, and the poses were 1 mins, 5's, 10's, and one 15 and one 20.
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    not here theyre not ;_;
    great life drawings brother o_o
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    Congratulations to you also
    You have a nice sketchbook.
    I really like your pencil stuff, but some of your digitals look a bit washed out (if that's a correct word). I think you should try to experiment more with sharp vs soft edges.
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