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    Nice self portrait! I like the loose style in your paintings!


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    jesus.
    haha joking, i love your self portraits always, you should focus more on defining shapes though, rather than just painting the mirror, piant the shapes yeah?
    keep up the goods brother!

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    ranunkel - Thanks man Loose is good

    ryanoir - Hahaha That made me lol, I get that alot. I get what you mean, in fact I know exactly what you mean. Thanks for the advice Il try again tomorow morning!

    DSG painting. Spent about... 1 hour or so on this, maybe two. Nothing particular in mind, not alot of thought went into it haha. Well except for the bushes on the right, I really like them!
    Also I have this feeling Im not doing enough with midtones. Looking at it, it feels like 50% dark, 40% light, 10% mid, well thats an exaggeration but you get the Idea.
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    Hej thx for stoping by my SB i appreciate it! i see u have done a lots of studies, i admire ur dedication! nice stuff! keep on drawing!

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    Hey dude!

    really nice stuff here, I am amazed on all the different medias you work with, It's genius man. Inspires me to do some good old fashion charcoal studies !

    You study animation?, would be awesome to see some of your stuff, I work a little with it but on a newbie level .

    Keep up the good work! Your bookmarked now ; )

    -Jes

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    great work!

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    very nice!

    I also use that site pretty cool...

    http://www.characterdesigns.com/band...et_038_162.jpg

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    Real nice sketchbook! Very inspirational.

    I was just thinking about that burrito scene today! No kidding!

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    Got some wonderful work here! I like your disney sketch

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    mass87 - no problem, thanks man

    BlueCardinal - thanks yeah I think doing lots of different methods is better for me, It may just be that I always get bored if Im just doing one specific thing lol, but hey nothing wrong with that! Heres a link to one animation I just put up http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5K1WddlmSNE you can find others there on my page too

    wi2rd - Thanks man

    pgf95 - Yeah its good, having the ability to choose between different angles is great.

    Star Eater - Thanks haha thats funny, shit like that always happens to me! Heres a link to my progress on the burrito animation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5K1WddlmSNE

    PeteJ - Thanks man

    Took a huge break from personal work there for a while. Too much college work.
    I realised when I was uploading the pictures using CA's picture manager that I actually miss it haha which is weird.

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    sb most art copied to page 1
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    Velocity Kendall - Thanks haha, its a screen shot of a short animation I want to do.

    Did some painting today, I cant wait til college is over and I can just paint all day I really miss it.

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    View of outside my window, really nice day today so I wanted to paint it. My windows kind of dirty though which dulled the colors and I painted that in haha.
    Also started off with a forest texture and painting around that through out which was alot of fun.
    heres the texture
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    Hello sir!

    Thanks a bunch for your post on my SB.
    I'm glad that I can come to yours and see your stuff!

    You have some very nice work here! I really like your pencil style, it is very clean and well structured.
    You have a good understanding of anatomy and human form and motion!
    I also really enjoyed seeing the watercolors you have posted here!

    Umm, I'd be the first to admit that I am a noob at digital painting, but with you asking for a thrashing and all I think that I might have some advice.. =P

    like 99% of your paintings are really fuzzy and soft. They lack a hard edge and definitions.

    They are not really lacking in any aspect besides that,
    but it is a shame that your nice crisp detailed style that is so prevalent in your work in other media is absent in your digital work.

    What I suggest is that you try working with a hard brush, round or otherwise. You could even use a chalk brush if you like those.
    You should then paint using only those until you have your painting blocked out and you have basic tones.
    After basic tones are laid down you should use soft brushes then.

    With a method similar to this, one can pick and choose what should be soft and what should be sharp. This not only makes a more visually refined looking painting, but also allows the painter to pick and choose the focus points of the piece.

    Keep up the good work! I look forward to seeing your progress!

    Thanks again for your comment on my work, I would appreciate any more comments, critiques, or THRASHINGS from you in the future! =D

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    greyskill - Wow awesome, what a nice surprise to get a crit! Im happy you like my stuff. Yeah man, in the last few days as Ive been coming back to painting digitally again I noticed I never really do sharp outlines anywhere. For me its a matter of going back over everything after Ive done the painting and re painting certain lines to be sharper. I need to do lots of studies focusing on soft and sharp shapes. Thanks for further convincing me of this! haha.
    Yeah, I mean I use sharp brushes alot but I think I have a habit of just blending everything which is weird. Also in my mind I say, its not blended if I can still see a seperation between the two tones, really bad habit now that I think of it What you say makes more sense. People will pick up on the softness I dont need to over state it!
    Il definetely return the favor. Im not finished college yet though and I may forget so feel free to hound me about it! Thanks again for the crit, I love hearing things like that about my stuff.

    GOBLEBOT!
    for the daily sketchgroup, just pissin about on photoshop.
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    Gaaah i dont know where to start malakuko, im a first timer in your SB amazing dedication in here you get so much done son! Also when talking about gamut masks on your colour wheel Have you found a way to mask off or limit things in digital at all or are you talking about traditionally, as i've just finished reading Colour and Light by James Gurney and have no idea how to translate this technique digitally in order to improve my understanding of colour. Cheers man will check back soon!

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