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    -ColorExcursion, faces and still lifes' today. pink swear!

    Woke up, hugged the sun, and warmed my hand before anything serious.
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    I love your sketchbook, those creatures you make are insane!
    I'm in no place to give crits, so just Keep up the good work.
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    -Naidy, why thanks you very very much! will do

    Just some studies I promised, must have spent an hour and a half on these balls/faces haha, i just made sure i understood everything, the third row is from memory and i talked myself through it trying to remember most of what I read from Loomis. I really enjoy reading Loomis, he's pretty straightforward with no bullshit. The one after is just me having fun and applying it from imagination...and the last is just a quick doodle, i'm definitely going to spend time on this last one. I want to actually finish a piece ya know? I don't know why I don't get more work done, maybe it's all the music exploring I do...and short attention span. Yeah, that's it..

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    Have some more to show, but don't have the energy to scan anymore.. the watercolor was going alright, but i added the dots which i don't like but there was no going back, i wasn't even thinking, oh well, good night.

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    you could try to disolve the dots with a clean wet brush if the paper can take it... should be able to at least lighten them up if you dont like it too much
    the progress looks good though, her face is a bit wobbly but otherwise its an interesting piece.
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    -equilerex, Hey thanks!, Yeah it's just standard computer paper so it doesnt hold up very well.

    Just some warm ups...not in a studying mood really..i seem to have the problem of always squishing the eye area together..
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    Looking good! I loved the shark man. xD
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    Yayyyy! You did the studies :] The ones from memory were pretty damn accurate Mr. And nice applying. For your issue of squishing the eyes together, I recommend drawing some faces larger than you normally do.
    If you didn't finish that watercolor lady, you should. I like the dots, they remind me of mushrooms/poison/death. Plus the cold look in her eyes adds to that haha
    If you finish the shaded 'pirate girl' she'd look sweeeeeet, love your attention to detail (may have said that before lol)
    Bet that shark man could open up ANY jar in the world
    Do some posemaniacs?
    Sorry haven't been on recently Skype soon? :p
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    -Naidy, Hey hey! Thanks a million

    -ColorExcursion, I'll open your jar ...? thanks man! yeah I feel like i'm learning more from doing everything from imagination, but i'll keep up the studies!

    Just random doodles, hard to draw with an Adventure Time marathon.
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    More scribbles. Need to get back into studies this week. pony.
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