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  1. #61
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    Entry for the Beauty and Nightmare contest. My partner bailed on me so I had to paint it all by myself. I did use the idea that we had initially developed though. I progressed much more just doing what I felt like in my opinion.

    Good luck to all the other contestants.

    I also have a huge amount of sketchbook pages to take shots of and post so I will put of 5 per post I think that is a fair amount to up my pages to get to that 100th thread page.


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    wow, that last one is really nice. great colors

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    Wow this last work is beautiful, you did right choise with colors. The hand of right person looks great, but the hair bothers me a little, but maybe it's because it's unfinished.
    Wait for finished version )

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    Yes the deadline definitely forced me to rush towards the end. I would love to have two more weeks with this.

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    That really sucks that your partner bailed on you, but the work IS very beautiful. Color, by far, is the strongest part of the piece. From here, I think you need to focus on some of the structure and rendering aspects of the piece. Overall, it's got some nice flow and movement.

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    good sketchbook... ill be supporting u to ket that 100 pages in three years!!

    just keep posting good post like u made.. i love those progress shots!!
    keep on going!

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    I'm waiting for an update ! Wanna see more from you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shad- View Post
    You dude, are part of the guys who have "something special".
    Hard work?

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    Your stuff is fairly accomplished at this point; yeah there's stuff to learn, but there always is. Good luck and keep working
    Thinking connects desire with creation.
    How good are you?

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    With the figure sketches it may be worth starting the gesture drawing from the feet up, because right now they look a bit like they're floating in space.The individual portraits are amazing though.

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    Very good studies of oil painting.Love them.
    Some of lovely styels work is beautiful.Your paper work looks very good.Love your sketchbook.

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    Well o well o well.

    Came back home to Austin for for summer, visited the Austin TAD studio pod. Figure sessions are cool.

    So I finally got around to shooting a whole bunch of things out of an old sketch book. These are before I took a Introduction to drawing class @ Lane community college in Eugene OR. I hate looking at them now because I see so many things wrong.

    Boys and girls. Do not waste as much paper as I have wasted here!!!!!! Draw more Shade more and use more of your paper if you are just drawing little things. Unless you are trying to make a ''piece'' of art, don't leave it blank, you never know what kind of cool stuff you can think of.

    I'm going to be posting 5 a post a day for the next few days to try to catch up to my quota.

    Thank's to everyone
    Aryeh - Thanks yo
    in2eternity - Yea its finished. Tired of looking at it. Time to move on
    CKLamb - Good lookin' out man. Will take all your advice into consideration
    Oma - Thanks for the support. Not all posts will be great, some will be garbage like these. You gotta dig through the garbage to get to some gems.
    Shad- here's your update! I'll be making some more. These are garbage shots though. The better ones will take a while to get here. Since I did these when I started my three year goal last year, I thought it was time to take em.
    p sage will do. I'm just getting started in my 'hard work' stage. Not looking back.
    GeniusFetus Good lookin' out. I'll give that a try I never considered it. I always think of the lines and negative space and then I remember "oh yea the weight! Dammit!"
    MaFeng Thanks! I'll be sure to pay your sketchbook a visit.

    Thanks again ya'll. I plan on always visiting your sketchbooks and give your stuff a look. Keep up the hard work.

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    nah, even garbage can be good ur garbage is nice too look at .. hug.

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    cinco mas

    btw. First day of rome completed. Borghese Museum is the bomb. Carravagio, Carrici, Bernini, Bellini, Fettuchini Alfredo, All great masters.

    This is a god damn roller coaster

    This is a god damn roller coaster

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    This is a god damn roller coaster

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    Wow, such amazing work. Inspirational drawings too.

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