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    Very good studies! Inspiring dedication.
    You could put some more variation in the colors.

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    great studies, man , keep going
    don't forget to draw from imagination

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    Your scenery illustration are very captivating aswell as beautifull. I hope you continue art and never stop, you have amazing potential! I also would like to say your figures & cartoon comic faces are very inspiring and usefull (for me when it comes to refrences so thank you). Keep it up I'll be watching

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    Emil: Thank you, I'll keep at it!

    Andorz: Thank you. Colors I tend to push last and I'm generally not focusing on that much in regards to the speedpaintings - I'm much more interested in shapes, form, perspective, etc. above all else, but I'll keep what you said in mind for my future pieces.

    Twan: Thank you, and I'm definitely drawing from my imagination much more. For the environments I'm still using references; I'll create my own environments sometime next week, as I'm still learning a lot from these studies at the moment.

    SexyPistol: Thank you very much for the compliments and support. Regarding the comic faces, they're based off Andrew Loomis' 'Fun With A Pencil', which I highly recommend studying. It's a lot of fun and helps you develop your sense of form, good stuff


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    Here's three new environments, all photo reffed (I'm going to start creating from my imagination sometime next week, but I want to do a couple more studies before I do so):








    Some sketches, mostly from 'Fun With A Pencil', some figures from imagination,and 45 second Pose Maniac studies:





























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    love the atmosphere you create with the scene studies. The wooden figures kick ass. Mine just recently injured himself and lost his arm.

    One thing I would watch is the lighting of the eyes. In some cases it looks like the 'whites' where too light and in the one of Rogue the highlight seems far too strong for the scene.

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    I like your photo studies here. Ive seen most of these photos you've gotten from Deviant Art and it looks like you've really captured their signature. The one from NikxStock looks a lot like her.

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    Hey! I like the work on the expressions, expecially on the childs one, expressive and personal

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    Cool photostudies, I love the forest one. On your realistic faces, try to widen the eye distance, right now everything seems so compressed at the center of the face. Anyway great work! Keep it up

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    really like the loomis and envis! keep posting!

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    clifFroth: Thank you. The wooden figure was a lot of fun to paint, hopefully I'll have time to paint him again soon. My mannequin actually lost it's hand last month, I glued it back but it can't change positions, unfortunately, but it's no biggie. You have a point about the 'whites' on the eyes, I tend to overdo them a bit, I'll keep that in mind for future works. Thanks again for your honesty.

    vatteh: Thank you. I've been drawing and painting from reference for quite some time, so I'm glad to hear that hard work paid off Still, I'm a bit bored with portraits to be honest, so I'm trying to expand a bit with environments.

    dleoblack: Appreciate it

    Abrodos: Thank you, painting nature is a lot of fun for me, so I'm glad ya dig You're right about the eye distance, I tend to make that mistake a lot in my works, but I'm definitely more conscious of it now. Thanks for your honesty.

    Eric-Anthony: Thank you, I'll keep at it


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    And now for today's updates; Haven't painted a lot, just one environment from a reference, and a portrait from imagination. With that said, I drew like I madman today, mostly studies from 'Fun With A Pencil'... I learned a lot about how to handle faces, and I'm much more comfortable drawing them... and of course, lots of fun








































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    That's all for now, more updates tomorrow!

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    Awesome work man. Don't forget to apply your studies to imaginary work as well. Don't wait until next to do an enviro from head! Paint on now! And keep up the hard work with the faces. Speaking of which, I need to do more too...

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    nice update, i was check your blog many beauty work : )
    don't stop

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    Dont stop man!!!))

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    Whoa, love the figure practice man, awesome. As for improving lines, I say this to everyone but Bob Kato's Drawing the head gnomon DVD is where I learnt. The Feng Zhu ones are also great. Keep up the good work!

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    Eddieee: Thank you; I'm definitely applying what I'm learning for my imaginative works, especially from the Loomis studies. I'm learning a ridiculous amount from studying Loomis, so I'm hoping it's gonna show with the new studies

    towy: Thank you, I'll definitely keep on practicing.

    Chr. Steam: I can't stop even if I wanted to - I'm addicted to drawing and painting

    AlexTooth: Thank you. I'll definitely take into account those DVD's you mentioned when I get the chance (I'm familiar with Bab Kato - he's an amazing draftsman so I'll most certainly try to pick up that workshop). Thanks for the heads up!


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    And some updates for today. I haven't painted anything at all; Instead, I concentrated on drawing the head with some help from Andrew Loomis I'm having a lot of success studying his books - I have a much stronger understanding of the Human Skull now and find it much easier to illustrate in more dynamic angles. I'll definitely continue studying his work for a bit as well.


































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    And that's all for now. As always, constructive feedback is always welcome and appreciated

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    me love you practice long time

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    Wow That´s a lot of pencil studies you have an awsome persistency with youre studies.
    hmmm can´t really say anything else other than KEEP IT UP

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    Your sudies are grate! I think more usefull than mines...
    I should learn about your method.
    How many hours do you spend drawing a day?
    Keep it going man!!

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    Thank you for commenting on my SB.

    I like your studies; they are quite thorough. Your skill level is above my own, so the only thing I can say is that I thin kyou need to work on the values, in your colour pieces especially. Just a little bit of contrast in the right places would really make them pop.

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    bakatron: Where's my Cintiq?!

    DK_sketch: Indeed I'm learning a lot from these studies and having a blast, so I just keep on going And yes, I'll keep at it!

    MIKETAYLOR:
    You have some great studies - every study you do is always beneficial, so don't be hard on yourself. As for my method, I use the method of Andrew Loomis for the faces - I highly recommend studying his books, as there's a ridiculous amount you can learn from them. I started off with 'Fun With A Pencil', which introduces the 'ball and plane' method to nail the proportions of the head at all angles. As for how long I spend sketching, I would say anywhere from 3-6 hours per day.

    Genius_Malignus:
    You're welcome You have a point about the values, it's hard for me to find a good balance. My earlier work had too much contrast, now it seems I toned it down too much.... Aarrgh! I'll definitely work on that, thanks for your honesty.


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    And for today's updates; Lots of sketches, mostly Andrew Loomis studies, as well as a bunch of heads done from imagination using Loomis' approach. I also started working from his figure drawing book as well, so I'm definitely going to be doing a lot more studies on the figure throughout the week:






























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    And that'll be all for today; I'm planning to paint one of the caricatures I created for a friend later on today, so I'll post another update later on. Thanks in advance for any comments and critiques!

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    Holy crap! It's extremely inspiring to see someone being so prolific.

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    so many studies, very nice! That will pay off!
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    wow, those studies are awesome!!! i love the cartoon looking guys too! keep it going man!

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    waw ... great work with all the studies , can't go wrong there my friend

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    Holy crap, that's a lotta studies you're doing. Awesome, inspiring work!!

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    Hey man. Loomis heads be looking good! Imagination work is nice too

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    Great updates. I really enjoyed the flame-haired woman but the brightness of the eyes isn't in keeping with the rest of the piece. The glowing blue competes with the brightness of the hair.

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    Great studies, and a lot of them. Also like the speed paintings,environment paintings, o and the portraits on the first page at the top.

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    It's true. You really are throughout in your studies. I gotta make sure to do the same. Keep up the good work.

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