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    Ham Bucket

    I've decided (once again) that I want to try to dedicate myself to doing a quick study in photoshop everyday. I work at a web design agency and get free time here and there, so maybe I'll be able to stay on top of things. They will be pretty shitty at first.


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    Welp, booyah. If anybody wants to give me some tips that will help me get started, that would rule.

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    hrmmm....

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    lolz. i feel like i'm getting more comfortable, but comfortably no where at the same time. i have some acrylic and watercolor i'm working on... maybe i should post that stuff.

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    I didn't have any reference. Just wanted to paint an eye.

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    If you can't everyday it's no bigy, the important part is that you do it regular, as much as you can.

    So good luck with this new sketch book of yours!
    You can dooo itttt!!

    Now more anatomy studies please!
    And don't be afraid of saturated colours. Experiment more!
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    Anatomy Studies, great idea. Here's something I drew without any reference this morning. Took about an hour.

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    yes.. your colouring is so good.. but i think u should give to them a bit contrast they looks pastel.. anyways they are good.. keep up ^_^
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    deerz

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    Oooh, fun stuff! I love that quadropus. I like that you rely on large colorful areas to shape your drawings, very nice.

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    eheh very funny i like that jelly like pieces

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    im starting to get pretty quick. still need to work on my brush strokes.

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