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    I'm here to learn!

    Thank you for having a look to my SB, really appreciate it.

    A few words about myself: I've got Masters degree in Systems Analysis, but then realized that numbers are too boring for me . So I get back to my hobby after 6 years break ... and here I am. I feel that I have absolutely not enough drawing and painting knowlege and skills. That's why I'm here

    I'll be glad to hear any comments and critics (be so hard as you like ^_^ ) from you and also I'm trying to help if I can

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    Some time ago I started a blog, where I'm trying to collect useful tips, links and resourses that helped me during those years of learning. I hope some of these articles give you direction where to go ))

    http://in2eternityart.blogspot.com/2...elf-study.html - anatomy books and resources
    http://in2eternityart.blogspot.com/2...resources.html - gesture resources
    http://in2eternityart.blogspot.com/2...e-arrived.html - short overview of 6 Artbooks
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    I'd like to see anatomy studies, more life drawings, and master studies / figure drawings. Looks like you're off to a good start though

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    Thank you, jeremyg0rd0n, for your comment I'll do my best. But what is master studies? Maybe I could do this also?

    Here are some foot anatomy studies, fir-trees and some cartoon sheeps design. I'd like to choose one for further use in a small game

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    Happy New Year to all!!!

    Some sketches with soft-tip pens
    Please tell me mistakes if you see them, I really need this! Thanx

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    Welcome to CA.org
    Okay first I think you should work only on gesture, that's always the first and the most important step, as a result of it you'll get either a stiff or a full of life drawing.
    So leave color and even rendering for later, and start feeling the gesture.

    keep it up

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    Thank you, andres333, I'll try to do what you say

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    really pleasant gallery , I especially enjoyed the dog in the first post, It 's well done and well rendered, can you make more like those one?
    happy new year

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    Thank you, Twan, of course I'll make more dogs like that one It's husky, and they are so lovely and beautiful. Happy New Year for you too

    Here's a pic for DSG 1532: Goofy Sci-Fi • ROBOTIC SUPER-CHEF CREATES MAGNIFICENT CAKE:

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    So this is my first environments try... Need your advices, critics, thoughts. Thanx a lot!

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    Head studies and a portrait from a photo reference.

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    Here are sketches from first post, so I can easily edit it

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    Tried new technique today...

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    A version of a hut for flash game, tried to animate fire and smoke...

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    Looking good, you seem to have got the painting down, try doing some full figures rather than upper/face studies. I have to try an get digital colours down myself.

    Cant get your SWF file to open - what does it need (or do you have it has a gi?)

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    Your studies and paintings are coming along really nicely, keep it up. On the last painting though the eyes don't have the same focus, it almost looks as if she's cross-eyed.

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    Rich_C: Thank you for commenting! Yes, I've made some figure studies also
    In order to view .swf files, you need to have Flash Player 10 to be installed on your PC, you can get it free at Adobe's site.

    Inishmore: Thanks for mentioning about problem with eyes, I really have to do something with this

    Wow, long time no updates! So here I have a few sketches, some from anotomy book, some from life, and some from movie and photos from DeviantArt.
    Sorry they're so messy, I don't have a scaner

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    Hello Irina

    Thanks for dropping by my sketchbook.
    You asked about brushes, well i use a mix of Jaime Jones's and M@ brushes, you can find them both here at cocnepart.org

    Good amount of studies, concerning anatomy i think a good and easy system will healp you to better at it. Bridgman is a great example he was a true master.
    Check out Kevin Chen's blog also he has abit different aproach but his method also great for begiiners as intermediate and pro's.

    Good luck girl

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    Here is sketch for
    DSG 1543: Creature • STINGING INSECT FLITS ABOUT THE NOSTRIL OF A LARGE ALIEN BEAST that I did yestarday and a try of some new M@'s brushes, that Icecold suggested me on my friend's portrait

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    Hey nice start Eternity. Keep working on your structure and anatomy. It will help you out tons. And nice watercolor sketchs. I'm gona be busting out some water colors and pencial crayons soon. I Gota lay back on the digital I think

    Keep it up!

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    Oh i forgot to mention, when painting digitally, flip canvas quite often, it will miraculusly show you most of your mistakes. You can use mirror in traditional media, same thing ;>


    I'll try to drop in from time to time and give some advices Irina, cheers.

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    Nice sketches here! I liked your animals the most. Keep up the anatomical studies!
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    Dy.laneA: Thanx Watercolor is great, and IMHO difficult also.
    Icecold: Yes, thanx, I know about flipping, but shame on me, I forget to to this so often! (( This is good advice anyway.
    Nlete: Thank you

    Here is my first digital still life, and even traditionally I've done it so long time ago... I don't like to paint still life, though I know it's very important and helpfull.
    So any comments are very wellcome!

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    Just want to say well done on completion of your first digital still life hoping to learn more of that area myself I like how you achieved the spoons distortion through the glass must try working with still life myself when it comes to Photoshop it all good practice

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    2 Mac Con: Thanx

    Here is another sketch where I experemented with some new brushes

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    Quick waterfall sketch :

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    Anatomy studies:
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    I like your style, cute and comfortable. The robot and bug is my favorites. the eye seems a bit off, the socket doesn't fit quite right and lighting is off.

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    Junpei: Thanx for stopping by, I'm really pleased you like some of my sketches. Your works is awesome, I think you should do even more and more
    Yes, light - is always my big problem, still have a LOT to study about it...

    Trying to do some ski-fi style speedpaint/sketch:

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    Thanks for the kinds words at my SB. ^^ Your latest posts look great and I'm envious of the colours you've picked for #28, the avatar eye in #27, and the quick waterfall sketch. Keep it up~
    it's not the end that matters but the journey

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    Some really great studies, just keep working on that. I like your style for your personal work, the robot with the cake is really great.

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