@ SandyMan thanks! yea I have been using that approach for awhile but sometimes I get lazy in rendering. Here is a painting that I am doing following along with the Digital Painting Techniques:Vol. 1 book.
update on bill murray after Daniel gave me some crit in his livestream. Thanks Dan
update on bill, starting to work more on rendering
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MBK: thanks mate! yea those edges really make a difference!
an update on Dahmer. Iv been learning the hard way that the under structure and planning process is critical! Im sure if I put more thought into this painting from before hand, I could have saved myself countless hours or fixing and adjusting. Still I have some issues with angles and proportions. I think im gonna have to open up that loomis again : D
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it is a good thing that you are working a lot on figure poses : o But like all artist said keep working on your lines. i m not that good either! Compared to Janna and marko or others.
Try and draw more from life and take your time! Like what i did in the 1st sem of atelier Stockholm, I did a bargue drawing! in like 1 week though i was "done" with it from the first day... this stay and draw time thing gives you the improvement of seeing shapes and forms which is very important while you progress with your art.
Take your time to understand what you draw : ) quality instead of quantity : ) ( but still do a lot of scribble and anatomy studies : ) )
Wow, you sure are disciplined! Love your Bill rendering.
Keep up those studies, and work more from imagination, don't get too trapped into being realistic when you do, think about the design of things, the composition of what you're creating.