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    greyskill, wow, thanks so much for the paintover! the first time anybody's ever paint-overed one of my pics

    thats so shocking to see, the lightening effect you did by raising the value at the back - that's just what i was trying to achieve, so its interesting to see how far off-target i was. when i first saw your paintover, i didn't notice you had changed the back, it seemed to me that was how mine already was. i thought you had just darkened some parts. so i was quite surprised to see how the original faired in comparison

    i do need to practice more blending indeed. the method you mentioned is the way i currently do it

    thanks for the advice, indeed it was all very helpful thanks

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    greyscale - trying envi comp studies. i barely got started though before i started the bw stuff

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    bw - trying comps, ended up exploring simple shape ideas. very interesting to take a simple shape and see what can come from using that. so many possibilities just with bw alone. i could go on forever with this, its good practice

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    want to adopt this attitude to studying lots of things, anatomy and colour etc

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    Those composition studies are actually a great idea. I think that sometimes people don't approach composition as they approach other aspects of learning art - thinking of it more as a crap-shoot than a skill to be learned.
    I like how abstract and crazy you get with your designs. I seem to compulsively make everything too neat whenever I draw, and I think that does get in the way of learning sometimes. Ah well, back to charcoal, right?

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    jorvaa I'd never approached composition as something to practice specifically, but it's really important, its foundational. nothing wrong with neatness if thats how you want to draw! if you want to be less neat, just be so. why charcoal? incidentally i am terrible with charcoal, and the charcoal i have makes horrible sqeaky noises that remind me of scraping ice in the freezer or nails on blackboards.



    so this morning i did some light & form practice from imagination

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    heres some terrible terrible damage worth of apple life attempts

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    some concept ideas thing for a music video someone asked me to animate

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    check out the last one i did for him a few years ago...
    http://vimeo.com/6833983




    and some terrible sketchbook stuff

    all advice very appreciated, especially on the CG stuff

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    Hey, I like your new stuff!

    You work like a champ! You post a ton!

    Your pencil sketches have nice flow, I would love to see some more!

    Keep it up! Good work!

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    Definitely on the right path with all these studies. It's great to see you mix it up with painting from life. Keep going!

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    greyskill thanks greyskill, but i am actually quite lazy and should be doing much more if i want to learn the things i want to learn
    Koto thanks, being on the right path is encouraging to hear. i will do more life as that crummy apple was really difficult. i can see it would teach me a lot

    i did some crummy dali composition tudies. not meant to be accurate

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    and then figure. figuring out some propotion stuff from Loomis. I have the rough proportions, doing this division exercise while noting the relative proportions was interesting. i often feel i don't know how much to trust Loomis on these, I'll have to test them out.

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    and trying to figure out shoulder/chest muscles

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    yesterday's work. still more shoulder/arm, some poses etc
    not working hard enough

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    not gonna upload all the stuff i've done since last update..
    been mostly busy with TAD (I'm a part-time student there doing 2 classes! it's amazing and I highly recommend..)

    but I started taking out some watercolours recently outside the house now that the weather is nice, so here's some of that...

    im right at the beginning of learning how to use paints so please do point out any critical noticings

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    keep up the studies and keep drawing anything you think looks cool
    best wishes
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    GREAT composition

    I totally agree with greyskill about the composition, I wonder did you do
    the monster on purpose on the TOP left corner
    , why not on the TOP right
    corner ?

    PS.: I really like the bugs and the rough soldier LOVE IT, anything else is as
    usually not from books/ boring tutorials, its awsomely from your mind

    psps.: THANKS for your feedback last time I found I didn't really read in properly
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    jamie -- thanks, and indeed i have been doing this since your post
    iven -- i flipped the drawing several times while making it. but i just wanted it aligned with the horizon. thanks for the comments, i dont really like the bugs or soldier much, this newer stuff is much better



    some stuff over the past few days...
    i had tons of fun with alchemy yesterdy and today and will upload that in a while



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    yearhrhffffaarghanananaurhzhfhghggghgh
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    from this video:http://www.youtube.com/embed/G0tA92rW3y8


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    need to practice rendering
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    figures from photos, barely improving. need some advice
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    sat infront of plant in my bedroom 1h 30m. important to do more life studies
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    alchemy + photoshop


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    alchemy

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    It's really cool to see so much progress compared to the first page, great job! I think your anatomy is getting more solid, and I like the more abstract pencil drawings that you post every so often. What I'd suggest maybe is doing some more in-depth muscle studies since those will help you bring out more of the subtleties in the human body once you start making up your own poses, and maybe doing some figure studies only using circles or straight lines. Circles will force you to think of the body in volumes, while only using straight lines will force you to think about angles much more, and objectify what you're looking at. Hope that helps =) I have to say though, you have a large variety of studies already, so it's just a matter of practice and gaining confidence in your line and observation skills. Maybe you can focus on color schemes and painting a bit more, it seems to me that your drawing and sketching skills have a head start.

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    Rengin -- thanks so much, that was just the type of advice I needed for the figures. I look forward to getting into that right away. And as you said, I have been focusing more on painting these days, it certainly it the part of me that is lagging furthest behind. This is great advice, really thanks a lot


    stuff from yesterday, (before rengin's advice):

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    these were very fun and i could see how i could see my way through the picture thanks to value practice whereas last year i would have had almost no clue. with my own brushes matching the shapes i saw

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    look forward to finish this, this evening



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    alchemy stuff, im annoyed because alchemy's "save page and clear" function seems to not have saved all the info in some of the pieces i spent more time on :/

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    light and form practice

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    colour + shapes weren't working

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    i had this one more developed but didnt get saved

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    yesterdays work
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    im not going to post everydays warmups but ill put up the ones i did yesterday

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    loomis

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    garden ( i know im not using the watercolours right, but its the simplest way i have to try and get down colours)

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    more progress on my garden

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    yesterday

    starting to understand heads better

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    more garden. so much fun

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    then i did this one first thing this morning

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    u do alot of anatomy studies, impressive, tho i havent gone thru ur entire sbook, i hope u end up using them for some mischief haha!

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    skull studies
    based on these amazing images: http://tribalartasia.com/Tribal%20Ar...AKSKULL13.html


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    sketch un-finished which i think ill spend some time on

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    Cow

    well, here's some stuff from the past two days ~

    example warmup stuff..

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    face/head/

    trying to understand the shape of the head and the relation between the parts of the face. looking at the eye, some of these are my own in the mirror, to try and understand the shape of the folds and the angle of the planes of the socket and lid areas around the ball itself.


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    copied this photo of a girls face over and over, and i coldn't get it right. thought that doing 1 until i get it right by noticing what exactly is off and looking closer is better than just cranking out 15 half-way ones.
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    these loomis head constructions are really frustrating and i can barely even copy them properly. doing simple ones from imagination at angles is sort of working, but things get dodgy around the nose / mouth area. i notice partially the difficulty is that i hate doing them and find it hard to focus on getting the proportions right, and instead of looking i just guess the lines, and instead of focusing on big to small i get caught up in the details too early on. this seems to happen with anything that I'm drawing when I don't feel interested in it or just when frustrated.
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    sketch while on the phone

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    outside, quick form notes

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    comps for fun

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    starting with the basics. doing simple forms with bare minimum lighting, only
    adjusting value. cast shadow and slight reflected light

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    basic stuff which i am finding useful because i don't yet know it. i want to do more of this type of thing and progressively build it up, i think this will allow me to construct colour scenes from imagination eventually, if coupled with practice in copying straight-up color and values from life, such as this can of japanese green tea

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    work in progress. the form is still not right. getting the values of the metal on top is really hard, and the can has some funky designs on it which make it hard to get the values down too. didnt get a chance to finish this as it was in natural light and it changed. hopefully tomorrow ill be able to get the same settings and continue it


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    skull from ref, the only pencils i managed to do today

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    slow down bro, how can I catch up the pages if you constantly just post one page,
    and me trying to fit everything in PS on one page EH, CHEATER

    I love your value studies, I really like your spacy studies, you are from
    which planet again ?! Oh YEAH carfull some of our plants make you see
    funny things so inquire before you eat any mushrooms.

    #196 is amazing I like it whenyou just doodle away !

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    Man.. love your style! and mainly the patience with your drawings, that's my most weakness when it come to long drawing

    I already set up things to draw from life or i should rather call it Observation drawing?

    Im giving you 5* for the uniqueness that will come in the future, dont fail me!

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    eclip-se thanks a lot for your comment! and, update your sb!
    i developed my patience in large part thanks to a solid meditation practice: www.dhamma.org. they do free 10-day intensive retreats in most countries, all year round.



    stuff from the past few days that I haven't had time to upload yet

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    Very creative stuff going on in here. You look like you're improving in every way! Figures are looking pretty great.

    I'd say work on facial features (most of your faces look good) and muscle structure in the arms and torso. Nice work!

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    Hello again! I've been through your SB and I had really lots to see after so much time I've been absent from CA. You have really progresed! It's so nice to see that your 're still practising and at the same time experimenting. It seems to me that you have a way better understanding of color and forms now. Good job!

    Also I really like the free lines on your ambidextrous drawings, the way that values come out of the mess, espesialy at the dragon. Your nebulas look super (I have never tried doing something like it but I doubt it would come out that good) and your ink drawings are amazing. Have to admire the patience!

    Keep it up!

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