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  1. #106
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    How in the hell do you get it all so painterly, and such simple elegance! Insects are one of my favourite subjects too - I'm a fan! Sorry to hear about the appendix, don't let it stop you for too long


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    Suncut - Thanks!

    Icecold - haha, that's great to hear.

    Danny_K - Thanks for the well wishes.

    Marian Rowling
    - Thank you very much for your kind words.

    Emilmaxen - Don't know about the art, but I completely agree about the name.

    Lotet - Thank you, I will try to update more often now.

    monstertree
    - Thanks man, yeah insects are damn good subjects for studies with their crazy shapes and colors, need to do more of them soon.



    New studies to help me get back in the art game baby.


    Emils sketchbook || Update - Mar. 07.


    Emils sketchbook || Update - Mar. 07.
    Last edited by Emil_; March 19th, 2011 at 12:20 PM. Reason: Uploaded my updated cast studies.

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    Hi Emil, thanks for stopping by my sketch book.

    Awesome studies man. I especially love the russian arm studies. How long does it take you to do these? You're still lifes are also great. Keep'em studies coming

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    Great cast shadow study! I always like these values studies that you do. Have a nice..idk in english..
    that line between the very lit and shadow area, the more saturated one.

    The geisha study looks good too, though I'm not so sure these crisp hard edges
    all over work with her delicate figure. Particularly around the neck.
    That white should be powder, no? - It looks very solid as it it.

    Hope you are all well now Emil.
    Sketchbook - I really appreciate comments and critique, please visit!

    Danny_K Icecold

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    awesome studies,I like the last one very much, I like the color of the hair,that is great!

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    Sveiks!
    Pēdējais darbs ļoti labs, piesaista uzmanību kaklam. Bet viena niansīte šķiet kaut kā neiederīga, vai nu baltās krāsas malas ir pārāk asas, vai arī nenokrāsotā kakla daļa pārāk ieapaļa. Citādi būtu ideāli.

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    Emil, I hate you
    you manage lights and volumes as a natural thing! I love your studies so fresh and your animals so vivid!
    (Are you ok now x the appendicitis?)

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    Myllys - Thank you, I spent way too much time on them, something around 5 to 6 hours, but most off the time was wasted on unimportant details.

    BlackDelphin
    - Yeah I'm like a little child when it comes to brushes- if I find a new brush that I like I will use it non stop on painting, usualy it dosent end well.
    I completely agree with you, there way to many sharp edges in that painting, I will probably work on it more.

    LAL - Thanks man.

    kingkostas - Thanks mate, glad you like them.

    vanaga
    - Paldies, pilnīgi piekrītu kritikai, bišku visu sasteidzu tapēc arī rezultāts tāds švakāks.

    Justyna
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    dleoblack
    - Thank you for asking , that little adventure is over and I feel great.


    Wip'ish still life, probably will finish it later.

    Emils sketchbook || Update - Mar. 07.
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    oh man this is gorgeous! I totally envy your epic usage of brushes. teach me please?
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    woow nice sketchbook i love your bridgman studies
    and your line is awesome

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    im lovin your insects...wow...aslo the still life with the blue varse....coooool...I'll be checking ths thread out again

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    Very inspiring SB, your anatomy studies are so accurate Keep those coming

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    these things have simple beauty...i like the way you putting the lights...

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    Great still life, have you tried painter?
    I've noticed that you aim for traditional feel to your digital paintings, you may find painter way better for that purpose.

    Have a great day!

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