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    busy with school



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    sb most art copied to page 1
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    Here is some shit


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    woah it is color balance time

    basically had some fun with the adjustments

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    My friend took a nice screenshot and I was inspired by it


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    The last one looks great, but I would suggest you try blending the colours on your work more, they seem quite 'blurry' at the moment.

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    I usually like the rough look I get. Blending much more than what I already do will usually result in ruining the picture, but I'll have to try it.
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    great ! keep it up with your studies!


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    whats up i've started like 7 different pictures and this is the first one that looks like anything and it's a doodle thing


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    The last post looks great! Fantastic colors on it. I think the dog's butt's shape might not read as well as the face, though. It looks like it's cup-shaped instead of being... well, butt-shaped.

    I already see some improvement, keep pushing.

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    Thanks! The butt might be because I constructed the entire thing out of blobs.

    Here are some unfinished things I probably wont complete.


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    Study turned into something

    Struck by startingnewthingsthatiwontfinish-itis again, but studies help.

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    Lacking motivation.



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    its all coming along very nicely, just practice practice practice you from finland btw? your name suggests so

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    Thanks! I don't always find time or motivation to do so, but I try to draw at least a little bit a day. Ja kyllä olen!

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    Urrgghhh everything I've tried to do today looked like shit


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    Here's something I haven't done in a while; gestures! ~1 min each.

    Is there a better way to tackle them, like drawing only the bones, overall structures or something else?

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    A couple of doodles from imagination. Need to work on perspective it seems.


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    Trying to do a bit less boring backgrounds


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    Trying to loosen up a bit, and working with texture brushes.


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    Simply draw more if you feel like you suck or are too slow at improving, that's the only thing that's going to fix it for you. You know that. You just have to catch yourself by the neck and bitchslap yourself into working harder.

    Oh, and don't worry about not getting everything right all the time, you'll eventually get better if you keep at it . And that's for sure. Anyway, I can't give any crits at this stage, at least anything you probably don't already know. Practice is what will make the difference now.

    SO WORK!!! KEEP AAT ITT!!

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    Rhubarb still life

    Tried working from grayscale, and adding the color later again. Nonexistent background but ehhh

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    reffed stuff

    Looks a bit like York from DP

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    Pretty strong painting skills bro!
    For those sketches on paper, you shud try pushing harder on the pencil, they are hard to see.
    good work sir

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    New stuff, from imagination.

    Tried an unusual composition (well, for me at least)

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    Drew the initial sketch while sleep deprivated. Tried to do something stranger than usually.


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    the topic of this sketchbook hardly gives you any credit youre doing great job here, hard work! keep it up and hyvää onnea

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    Nice paintings!

    Everything is better with dinosaurs.
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