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    Nice sketchbook - very jealous of your paintings aswell (still-life's in particular) Keep up the good work, no crits from me as I'm nowhere near this level!

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    @BlackDelphin - thanks, it's great to hear someone telling you that you are improving , I'll try to do more studies .

    @AlexTooth - thanks man glad you liked it.

    @danlambert - thanks for the detailed critique unfortunatly the EOW was a rushed one that was in the last minute I'll definitly go back to that one, and thanks for the note on the light values in my work I'll try to take care of that in the my future work btw that was very helpful

    @lilnebo - thanks nebo and by the piece with the girl do you mean the latest one with the girl with the spear? because she is pretty much finished unless you have some pointers to give .

    @Parsakoira - thanks man.

    @Dy.laneA - I'm gonna work on the monkey and get to the things you pointed out, just don't know when, hopefully in the near future

    @LordVenom - thanks for dropping by here and I drop by once in a while in the crimson livestream and as you said it's good to see fellow minded people here, I'm glad to see another mechanical mind here .

    @ThomasM - I'm sure you'll get to this level if you'll work hard and thanks for dropping by here

    here are some stickmen I did in my new A4 sketchbook and the CHOW I did from last week, the sketches for this week COW, EOW and CHOW so not much of an update but still something I guess

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    cheers
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    You are experimenting, and that is good!!
    Seeing you do so many CHOW, COW n so on makes me want to do some more myself!

    Have you considered a IDW while you are at it?

    I see you have done your forest harvester and magician gate, but i'm not sure what the last wip is about..
    And about the gate,work some more on that composition. I think it can be a lot more interesting than it is now.

    Here are a few links i found useful regarding that.
    Hope they help you too.

    http://features.cgsociety.org/story_...id=3275&page=1
    http://www.wetcanvas.com/Articles2/135/120/
    http://www.animationarchive.org/2006...mposition.html
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    Great work buddy! Love the Loomis studies and good to see your CHOW entry. I see your are entering this weeks chow as well, by the stance of the stick figure i could see that hi is a cocky ass Gestapo guy XD

    As bleckDelphin said do consider doing so IDW's as well this week we have space police uniform which is quite a cool topic and many very talented people jumped on the wagon this week.

    Hope to see you there to
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    aaahhhh !!Lovely Yummy sketchpages!! XD

    Great to see stuff like that.. do it so much you get sick of it
    There are some really nice gestures in there man! Great work!

    And that 3 pic thing u did of that looks really nice to!

    Ur on the right track dude! Keep studying and working hard!
    u'll get there!
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    Nice colors and studies!Id like to make a comment on ur painting with the chick if u dont mind,i think that u shoould darken the hair a little bit cause they look out of place.Cheers keep practicing
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    Like the stick figures and and characters from the last few days, you've inspired me to do something a little more creative than just studies and enter some CHOWs!
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    I like what you are doing (experimenting lots of subjects).

    Take care of your colour as the vibrancy in some of the sketches looks off. This is where photo reference comes in handy though avoid photos that have been manipulated to look more artistic for referencing.

    Anyway keep up the practice!!
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    @BlackDelphin - experimenting is always good when you combine it with studies after all the difference between an average artist to a pro is the ability to come up with crazy concepts no other will think off and pull it off in the best way s/he can that why we're doing studies and experimenting isn't it and yeah I'll go in to IDW but not this one I don't want to bite something I can't chew which I already think I did with taking both CHOW, COW and EOW and I think for now I'll focus more on the CHOW and COW and hopefully will be able to do the EOW one I feel kinda stuck with it, your links helped but I suck with compositions

    @LordVenom - yeah I intend him to look cocky, I have heard plenty of stories to know that they were really like that not only with jews but every non pure german people too they were such bastards. and like I said to Dlphin I don't want to bite something I can't chew so I learned not to enter all the activities in the same time

    @Roger - thanks man your encouregments means a lot to me and I don't think II'll ever get sick of sketching, it's like a therapy if you know what I mean .

    @cameli - thanks dude I'll try to do it see what comes out .

    @thomasM - glad to hear I'm happy to see I inspire at least one person .

    @Huey Yeng - can you be more accurate about the vibrancy being off so I can take notes about it

    hey guys not much to show, finally after a long wait I got my colored bulbs (well at least red and orange colors ), some small progress on the COW piece and changed the EOW a bit.

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    oren's sketchbook April 14th

    cheers
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    some awsome progression here man
    keep at it and keep having fun learning
    till next time
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    Wonderful! I'll be expecting some wicked colour schemes.

    Nice blending of those shadows in the still life. Especially core shadow.

    The COW has some awesome, and i mean awesome colours . I am really looking forward to this one.
    EOW seems more fitting for a gate towards a magician realm too.

    And about composition, i agree with you, i myself have difficulties grasping it, but nonetheless, we have to try and keep trying till we succeed.
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    Cool stuff mate, keep on practicing!
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    The life study piece has a great mood in it.

    What I mean by vibrancy is colour in shadows can be more stronger than what you been depicting in some of your sketches. You can capture bright colour pretty well so some observation colour sketches from life and photos is a good practice to help your become more sensitive to colour in the shadow area.

    Keep it up!
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