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    anatomy studies

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    The reason I separated the stages of the way I paint figures was for me to see the previous stages as I go. It worked too, a few times I came to a later stage and saw ways I could improve the first stages to better set myself up. I hope to do more of these... took me long enough Im slow today

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    Wow awesome paintings, love the District 9 ones!
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    Comp wiz - thanks man, yes Im pretty proud of them, I didnt think they were going to be any good when I started


    Just a movie still today, College work is getting in the way of my STUDIES!! GRRR

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    i like your studies , keep them up!

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    PepeDN - thanks nothing can stop me studying! haha

    This was SOOO fun So I was in my old room looking for a pleck and I came across these old Lord of the Rings .. I dunno what you call them, minatures? figurines? Anyway I found them and I noticed how cool all there poses are! Immediately I thought these would brilliant to draw from different angles to get better at poses! So, that's what im guna do
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    The studies look really good, and thanks for showing how the drawing evolves, it really help me to see how others work. I really like the lord of the rings figures and a great way to practice. keep up the good work

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    jskotte - Thank you kindly Yeah you should try lots of different approaches, I do and I thinks its more fun that way, plus If I ever get stuck I can just try something else, rather than drawing myself into a hole haha. Thats never fun. If your interested in those pictures of the figures, im going to upload them to photobucket probably tomorrow


    Some hand drawings I did, for some reason I cant get my head around, fists are really hard to draw

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    Ive started a new imaginative painting, Im taking a new approach at it, I didnt just jump into this one... well, AS MUCH. Anyway I decided to save in increments so later I can look for critiques maybe or I dunno. Just seems like a good Idea.
    So far all I did was work out the pose, the character, and then very very quickly I established some bg/ composition and a setting, I dont want to paint all those guys fighting in the background but at the same time I know if I can push myself to do that then thats alot of xp for me XD

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    I like how you handle the character but I think the first pose has more action in it (the pose where he blocks with his other sword). As for the expression, make sure he looks at the part you want the viewer to look at. (this picture of Dan Milligan can help too http://homepage.mac.com/danmilligan/...monhunter9.jpg)

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    Lyno - Yeah looking back now I think youre right, I felt something was wrong and it could have more action in it. I really wanted to sell that feeling of, that left arm is swinging back and now the right arm is coming down. But the way I have it now it just looks like its not moving at all. Thanks for the link too thats really helpful!

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    Ah man your capturing the expression of these characters so well. Deckard looks amazing. Lighting is very good.
    The only thing i would say is, but im not sure what the actually scene is like from the film, is that it seems to be pretty much all one blue, its nice for it to have that blue pallette but i feel like it might have just some tiny subtler bits of other colours in there, maybe some greyer blues aswell - seems very saturated. Dunno tho, youd have to check.

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    awesome lines on that life drawing stuff. this is a serious flow! keep progressing from mind! very good start!

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    Loads of awesome studies, dude! I really like the moviescreens you do studies of (I should try it out). You got some problems with proportions in your imagination stuff, the head is sometimes a bit too big.


    Btw, I gotta ask about this study you made, any idea where I can find the painting? Saw it long ago and I always liked the mood in it. I don't remember the name of it though.

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    PHATandy - thanks man I probably spend most of my time on their faces. Yeah man I was thinking EXACTLY that, until half way through the third one haha, I wasnt getting it right and it was really annoying me, then I realised I was complicating it too much, the scene is acutally all blue and very very saturated, theres only subtle hints of less saturated blues and what not, and of course the light source from the back is a less saturated greener blue but yeah, I think I got the colors fairly accurate Just took me a while to get my head around.

    Lateman - thanks Hopefully il get more free time soon to do imaginative stuff

    LORD M - Thanks, yeah man you should, I learn alot about lighting schemes and stuff like that because your not thinking about the sames things, your then thinking about what the director is trying to say, and capturing that. Yeah my proportions suck when I try to invent a pose, I dont do it very often so my brain tends to forget about things while Im doing it
    Yeah man that study was of a Bouguereau.
    Heres the painting: http://www.artrenewal.org/pages/artw...058&size=large
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    lol that self portrait 6 is so you, you always pull that face in class to make us feel stupid
    Love the LOTR figure drawings, awesome, nice stance in Legolas, captured very well.
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