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    Thanks. They're not edible before a few months though. No, that's currant leafs.

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    Aand another still life.. Glass is officially a bitch to paint.

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    Robot judge for DSG.



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    Alien farmer done for the sketch marathon at sketchoholic.

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    Fun line drawing. Your water colours are getting even better.


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    Here's another one for sketchoholic.

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    You are having fun this summer. I'd like to see it taken to completion. You could go steam punk with it.


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    Thanks. Yeah. I'll see about that...

    Here's a bit of a dump... First three are for sketch marathon, fourth is the warrior guy that I decided to keep working on and last a photo study.

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    Warrior dude in color

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    Can you lengthen the arms of the bear? If you imagine it alive and gallumping along, they're rather short. Weapons and face are good.


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    Guess I'll just have to bring out my bear arm elongating spray...



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    (I'm funny when I'm tired... ^^')

    Here they are slightly longer... But checking some reference bears arms aren't really that long.

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    Here's another photo study.

    Playing around with a different brush...

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    The arms may not be that long but you have to take the chest into consideration.

    Nice texture on the photo study.


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    nice paintings! Practice makes perfect so show us some more!

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    Thanks. More's coming

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    More landscapes...

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    haha FLYING FISH FOR THE WWWWWWWWWIIIIIIINNNNNNNNNN RRRRRRRRRRROOOCCCCCKKKKKKKK!!!!!!!! AN I WANT TO WATER COLOR NOW THANKS!

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    Thanks!

    Here's a movie still of Jet Li from Hero.

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    Here's another clothed study

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    such an awesome bunch of sketches .. like them all !!

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    The third water colour landscape is the best as you've concentrated more on the form of the leaves.


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    Hey dude, thanks for commenting in my SB! I love the watercolor studies you have going on in here, especially the one in the your first post (the candlestick), and the tea pot in post #32 at the top of this page. I know glass can be a pain; have you tried using wine bottles? I find their distortions to be easier and more aesthetically pleasing due to the simple cylindrical form.

    I think one area where you could improve in is your use of color, particularly in your skin tones. The forms and values look great, but they feel a desaturated, to the point where the skin looks a bit ashen. I would suggest trying to warm them up a tad with some lively peach hues and try to avoid going too grey, even in the shadowed areas.

    Keep up the good work!

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    haha I REALLY DIG THE CLOTHING STUDIES AN THE HERO SHOT RRRRRRRRRROOOCCCCKSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!

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    very good character design i like you the man in the bear skin . why dont you draw some background for them ?

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    hunter: Thanks.
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    Some life studies from school. I tamed that wolverine myself.

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    An update on the bagsnatcher.

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    Armor study from a photo and some more done on the jedi guy...

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    That armour study is kick ass.

    On the bag snatcher, I think her gaze needs to be more central due to the guys arm placing him more central.


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    this is all looking great man, digital studies look ace and i really love your watercolours, especially the still lifes. maybe a couple of portraits/self portrait?

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