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    more work

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    new tablet

    bought my first tablet...here is a sketch I did with nothing in mind messing around with the pen
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    every day type sketches from my head
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    Your traditional paintings are gorgeous, I wish I could paint like that! The man with the clocks is beautiful and makes me wonder what his connection to time is (Is he Swiss? Is he Lorentz? Is it just a random connection?). The hand grasping the chicken and the sad eyes peerin from under the mess are really well done, very impressive.
    And I know that a tablet feels weird the first time you use it, but keep at it! Your very solid experience in traditional media will help you out bigtime in painting digitally!

    Keep up the good stuff!
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    watercolor studies

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    just trying to keep moving forward

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    Nice work, you seem to have a very solid understanding of the human figure as far as I can tell. No critiques for me, just praise

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    a few more quick water colors

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    short poses today; not the best but ok

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    took a moment to photograph a few things.
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    SB: My work
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    Cool stuff, you are on the right track. I really like the cloth in post 14.

    Keep on going and remember the basics!

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