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    Hey, this is amazing. I see you have a very very good understanding of lighting... I was wandering if you were planning your tonal values before the actual rendering or if you just went through it by just observing ( I mean is it understanding the light source and planning your plains of tonal value or observing and transcribing onto your drawing). Because this is the problem I'm having right now, I get kinda get confused with the different values while rendering... and again, FANTASTIC WORK !!!

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    Sooooo Good!

    strong bad give 5 starrs. Aiight.

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    This is fantastic work man ...... I wish i could draw like you .....

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    Thanks everybody,

    designer356- I thought you were joking( it made me laugh), but looking at your work I can see you were serious. Unless you're learning correct anatomy from somewhere, making it up out of your head will actually slow you down. It's A TRAP!
    McClean-thanks man, just workin hard, hopefully you'll be around soon.

    In5ane-thanks man, respect back at you.

    Pear3-I actually combine the two. I render the 3d form planning the plane values and thinking about the light fall off, and make adjustments to the value depending on the local value of what I observe. I first practiced the 3d planning with all white plaster casts to take out the extra variable.

    Dished-Thanx, tho ur 5 minute doodles have better lines and delicate renders .

    ipranwake- thank you, work while you wish and it'll happen

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    Thx for the tip about the white 3d plaster casts. Ill try it !!!

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    Yeah man, here's what I was doing with 'em at the atelier. Guess these are finished, so it's going in my thread. Started with simpler ones and ended up with color paintings.

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    Last edited by Blue Severin; October 30th, 2010 at 04:09 AM.
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    These are gorgeous - I love the fact that you've left some parts undone - gives a sense of importance to the part you have......very inspiring.

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    Amazing works. Just crazy. I was wondering what size paper you used for these? I'd assume you'd need a pretty decent size to really have room for such clean gradations. Is the paper pretty smooth or do you just fill in the "bumps" with a sharp pencil like you said on any texture of paper?
    How about the size of canvas/paper for the cast drawings and paintings? Just curious, thanks.
    Again, inspiring work.

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    awsome sketching, have a nice stractures

    keep it up mate

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    Absolutly amazing pencils!!! I especially love the work on the copy of plaster casts because you rendered the surface so good! Great!

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    You're awesome. If I was as awesome as you, I'd be able to die happy.

    Oh, oh, oh, I wonder the same things that untouched, size of papers etc. And what range of pencils do you use? Tell me.. tell me everything!

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    Those pencil works are at 100%. The best.

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    This work is just beautiful!

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    Wonderful renderings! I really like the unfinished torso and the Nefertiti

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