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    faceeess


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    I really love some of the stuff you're doing with colour, though you could probably try to vary your saturation more. That latest face is gorgeous... only thing I can point out is that his ear looks a bit small.

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    @Revidescent
    Do you mean shadow/light contrast, by saying i should vary my saturation? Or just in general?

    Here is an environment study.

    Hands and feet aswell


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    dude! luscious tones and colours

    can't wait to see more from you, got some finished pieces somewhere?

    subscribed.

    edit: "Two little mice fell into a glass of milk, one gave up and quickly drowned, the other, struggled so hard he churned that butter into milk and walked out"

    be that mouse! I know you can

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    Nope, never really finished anything. I've also decided I have to draw at least 3 hours a day, every day, so I'm gonna be that churnin' mouse.

    Hup hup, sargent study

    but due to october magic it turned into a VAMPIRE


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    just fucking around, feel free to tell what you see in this.


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    Took it a bit further


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    Quote Originally Posted by Patonki View Post
    Took it a bit further
    grumpy about cheese? ^_^

    i really like the sargent studies too... something i've been thinking about lately: whilst copying or drawing from life, learn to emphasise things which may or may not be there, to make the picture more comprehensible and or work better

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    a thing


    a different thing

    and something else


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    Something a bit more refined


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    working on this bear thing, here is an underpainting + linework

    And 2 shitty environments


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    Liked a lot the colors you choose.
    also nice value control
    keep it up

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    Sargent studies are looking good. Keep going!

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    Thanks, but I don't really feel confident with my values :/
    @Sycra
    Thanks! I should do a new masterstudy soon.

    Finished the bear.


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    Duude. Your colors are really nice. Something I can suggest is really working on the drawing first and making sure that the structure is there before you start painting. Keep it up!

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    Big improvement just on this last page!

    Do you have any advice or thoughts you could share on picking and using colors?this piece especially is really impressive in that regard.

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    @Suprore
    Well, it's a lot about experimentation with me. Just throwing colors around, loosely following color theory, and seeing what sticks. Doing a lot of oversaturating the shit out of the piece, and softly blending neat looking areas to the original painting.

    Sorry, it's a bit difficult for me to make it into words, as I never really think about it!

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    Cool man, still helpful!

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    Feeling tired and ill lately, but here is a very quick sargent study, which I kinda gave up on :C


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    I love the ram human thats grumpy over his cheese. And the bear. And everything else =) You Have a firm grasp on colours!! You seem to enjoy painting with digital mediums like you would with oil, right? I like how in the bear you use photoshop textures that are hard or impossible to get with oil. Good work

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    speaking of rams here is one


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    want to see more of yarr color studies!!

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    Your colors are exceptional. And i dig your imagination

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    Thanks, you both!

    Here is a lil' face study


    This got a bit cartoony.


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    something


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    more of these color vomit pieces


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    Skyrim decided to take all my time. But here is something I started.

    I'm not feeling it. Can you tell me what's wrong?

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