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    Thanks for all the kind words guys, here are some more quick studies, practice practice practice..

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    Just a bunch of sketches and whatnot (Kitana's costume was based on one from some guy over at deviantart.)

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    Dude very nice work, fab portraits on the last page =)

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    Thanks kungfoo! Heres more studies working on weird angles and poses more I imagine it doesn't take much scrutiny to guess what the source material for some of these is so I'll just leave it at that!
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    Yay everything is working again, buncha random crap and some studies also the last one is a really quick rough draft for a traditional painting i want to do

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    Decided to Do that painting all digital, pretty happy with it though lemme know what you think!

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    Sargent study, random chicks and 2 crappy unfinished enviornments.... i really need to start doing more of those

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    Super cool figure studies! You're really getting those down. I like the last indoor study a lot as well. Keep at it!

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    jNeumann - thanks man! I definitely will

    Some quickies before I head to work

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    Some quickies


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    Well here's a ton of shit... some sketches and studies and whatnot

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    This last update was great. Your construction and edge control are getting much better. Really nice work.

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    I like the general theme... And the artwork itself is great too. You are good at facial expressions.

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    That last portrait painting looks fantastic! Great job =]

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    Very nice sketchbook!

    And you have improved significantly! Keep on doing!

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    Thanks for the kind words guys! Here's some studies, some crappy sketches, and a the mask pic is from imagination those folds took forever to get looking right =/ Name:  102.jpg
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    Damn, those folds! Sick dude.

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    Some pretty solid improvement from the beginning of the thread. Especially your faces. They've developed a softness now that they didn't have in the beginning.

    Keep it up. I've learned a lot from going through the pages you've posted.

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    Hey! Keep up the good work with all the studies I suggest that you tackle some more construction-oriented anatomy (KChen, Michael Hampton), it'll complement your optical accuracy and will really help you when drawing from imagination!

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    Wow. This is my new favorite sketchbook. Your rendering of skin tones is nothing short of phenomenal! And you call them "studies" and "practice"! I call them inspiration!!!

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    Wow guys, thanks for stopping by and for the advice! heres some really quick (30-45 minute life studies), nothing too serious just branching out a little bit. will hopefully be doing more stuff like this.

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    Very nice skin tone studies in post #241

    Make a sketchbook happy, feed it a tip to improve!

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    maaaaaan... amazing improvement from the first page! The girl with the mask in #257 is just incredible... that's some seriously good work.

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    Moar studies! PigeonKill and Volen thanks for stopping by!

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    Wow the third one from your last post with the face partially complete is amazing. That one really grabs me. Love the depth of field!!!

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    Viking Raider - Thanks!

    Here's a quick SP some studies and some crap from imagination and of course calhoun ;D

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    Awesome sketchbook! Beautiful drawings and paintings!
    If you don't mind, where from do you find some of the photos that you study?

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    Impressive sketchbook! just had to look through all of it and damn, tons of beautiful ladies. What else would one wish for?

    Right now you're polishing your process and your studies are more confident, and so are your imaginary works. The pictures from 2013 have a certain crisp to them that your earlier (2012 and older) works don't have. I think it's the way you start to juxtapose hard and soft edges. I like it. As of that I've got some critique for you, or perhaps for suggestions for further exploration.

    Your work looks damn good. But I think you're starting to limit yourself. You've found a comfortable way of making pictures look good. It's good to have a certain process, but with studies you also have the ability to experiment like crazy and find countless other ways of doing pictures. Something that might not be possible later when doing professional work. Experiment more with your process. Work in unexpected ways. Don't worry if the end result isn't beautiful. It's an experiment and you're allowed to fail. You already know you can do an amazingly beatiful study, so don't worry about that.

    I also notice a tendency for your skintones to stay within the same hue. Most of your studies and personal pieces seem to have a local color of the skin in different values, and perhaps some additional hue from a secondary lightsource or bouncelight. But within the local skincolor very little hue variation is visible. Your work looks polished and 'digital' because of it. In life, all color is light, and we can assume any color contains all other colors because of this, even if it's not visible. A red object absorbs all the spectrums of white light except for red, which is bounces back. But if you look really close at colors in nature you'll start seeing a shitload of different hues. From a distance it looks like one solid color though. To give the illusion of light and give more life to your skintone, play around with adding more hues within the same valuerange. Play around with blues, greens, oranges, pinks, purples, violets, yellows etc.

    Many of the masters at the end of the 1800's had mastered this. Bouguereau's skin really shines with life because he has carefully mixed in tons of different hues in that skin. Sadly, a camera filters a lot of these subtle details. Here are some other paintings that have skintones that feel more alive.

    http://www.maxwellalexandergallery.c...-Lipking-S.jpg
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    Jeremy Lipking does this really well.

    Another example is Henry-Scott Tuke, sadly this is the only closeup I could find, and it's a bad colorreproduction. But here goes..

    http://blog.tooveys.com/wp-content/u...Scott-Tuke.jpg

    Look at the boy's armpit. There are reds, oranges, green's, vague yellows, hints of cold skin and warm skin.

    I think you could really benefit from adding more hues within your local colors. Keep it subtle and within the same value and I think it'll really make things happen for you. If you have the chance to look at paintings at a museum, go and look closely how many hues are within the skintones.

    Other than that, great work man! keep at it!


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    Been Awhile, Been doing a lot of pencil sketching lately, too lazy to take pictures
    Did a crappy Mass effect sketch and a sorceress from imagination.

    DefiledVisions - wow man, thanks for the feedback and information, I'll definitely be paying more attention to that in the future.

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