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    Hey !

    How about a few still lifes?
    I think they would help a lot for your rendering

    Just keep it up.

    Greetings Silwynar (who is back to conceptart again! )
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    Ah, thank you! And you're totally right about still lifes. I think I've only done... 3 so far this year, not too good. xD
    I'll put it on my to-do list.
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    you sure keep yourself busy!
    The clown girl was real cool!! the lion and native girl in 293 had pretty good rendering, 298 had some good stuff- the figures and faces look nice/heavy/solid or well, "real" i guess... something i struggle with ^^

    more complete drawings plz ^^
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    Thanks mate! So glad you're seeing improvements in my rendering
    And what's that? More complete drawings you say?
    Yes sir!
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    Yeah try to attend a figure drawing session! I signed up for a couple at the start of this year but the teacher only allowed us to do quick 1-minute gesture studies.

    But they're good for helping you realize how much and where you need to improve in a pinch. For me, they made it pretty clear that I have proportion issues and that I'm a million times more comfortable drawing females than males. It's different when there's a person standing in front of you, I guess.
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    portraits are getting better!
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    Hi!

    Hey Naidy! I love your stylization and characters They've got some great expressions, especially those in the last post
    And wow, you're really young.. And already so good at your art.. Keep drawing, would love to see more work! Keeping my eyes peeled for more

    Hello! I'm trying to improve my artwork and I really could use your critique - S k e t c h b o o k
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    Krysjez: Yes, Definently itshing to do them life studies, regardless of the fact I deeply question the intentions of the life models themselves (I suppose it's a good job for streakers/flashers/nudists xD)

    hücumkedi: Thank's mate! I need to start practicing bodies more now.

    Sharon: Thank you for the kind comment mate!

    Speaking of more art... It's still a WIP so only flat colours but hey- It'll look better once I'm finished(I hope) I've been having a terrible time of it with her chin/lips, they're at an odd angle in the reff. My fault for not trying hard enough I guess. xD
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    oh wow i'm loving this last piece! beautiful strokes, and great color choices imo. keep it up girl, i know you will!
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    looks real promising... the proportions are all good and the eyes are pretty nice so i guess were in for a treat will look forward for the finished piece.
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    Awesome wip - her eyes are just gorgeous. The lips look a little high but otherwise I think the lips/chin looks great. Just keep at it and I'm sure you'll get there
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    Ah, you lot are brilliant!
    Lang: Thank you! I'm hoping I can make it look nice and vibrant once I'm done
    Equilerex: Glad you like the eyes mate!- and thanks for the nice comment.
    Dierat: Ah! That's it! I just couldn't put my finger on what exactly I was getting wrong, thankfully I'm using 'guache' (or whatever it was) So I believe I can fix it!

    Thanks again everyone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Naidy View Post
    Yes, Definently itshing to do them life studies, regardless of the fact I deeply question the intentions of the life models themselves (I suppose it's a good job for streakers/flashers/nudists xD)
    http://sanaya.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d2opvbc
    I highly doubt it XDDDD!
    Oh hope you can go there and see it (I belive you need a dev acc to see it).
    It's a very old manga page from my sister. I belive that's how a artist would behave in front of a flasher XD lol, I would probably.

    btw =) This picture wall is awesome!!!! I love to do it too, =) Having pictures all around me *grin*
    I can do so little in so much time!

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