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    Hey, great to see that you are practicing.
    I personally vote for more still-life studies, portraits and all kind of things from life.

    keep it up

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    like it!!

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    Liberty That brush you mean? Or the guy in the picture? XD Yeah I usually start out without opacity settings and switch to that later when refining. I started now with it for experiment.

    merl1n that is a great idea, I really should draw more from life!

    Velocity Kendall Glad to hear I was afraid the concept would not appeal to most people xD because of its strange look. (I think it has a strange look xD)

    OK not so much today, here are some drawings from some people of CA:

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    And here are some drawing exercises I did on my Nintendo DS xD
    These photos are really crappy, I cannot transfer them to my computer via some fancy way so I had to take pictures of the screen...

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    (most from photos)

    I should not do so much fan art XD
    Here is a drawing of Dodrio... I think it is almost finished... Not planning on painting it fully :V
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    And fan art of Gundam 00... Only worked out Setsuna's head for a bit! o_0 I am planning to paint this all over :V
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    The four GUNDAM MEISTERS
    OK I really should not start so many pieces. The WIPs are flooding my computer 0_0

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    Dodrio XD I remember this thing XD
    Nintendo studs look way too cool, ma woman qvq

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    "Velocity Kendall Glad to hear I was afraid the concept would not appeal to most people xD because of its strange look. (I think it has a strange look xD)"

    It does! I really like the hexagons!

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    Creusa thanksss great that you remember iiiit

    Velocity Kendall YEAH HEXAGONS ARE SO COOL
    I am like a beeeee
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16SMpTXpuuY

    So they declined my graduation proposal AGAIN.
    I really feel like slamming something.


    My motivation has never been so low :V
    I mean, just how should I deal with this again o_0
    I have like zillions of other homework to do as well and have to do this on the side
    and I really hate it.

    /endofrant

    Here are some scraps from the little sketchbook...

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    And finally I did a photostudy again... It kinda sucks but I could not work on it more ...

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    GRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH

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    スシ[PHASEh106] ___

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    Second one: F-yeah, two more miles!
    Third one: why, do I have to put up with this.

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    haha indeed Flashback

    Here are some stuffs I have been working on...
    Photostudy.. Tried to use flow instead of opacity trick :V
    that was weird
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    studies from fashion magazines... I really hate the perfume they spray on them geez! They smell so artificial. I more like the smell of paper I think.
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    And this is my first encounter with SAI!
    It is so different than Photoshop 0.0
    I kind of like it though, it is very focused on painting.

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    And finally..
    A picture I worked on a bit on stream:
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    *yawn* why am I so tired lately...

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    Hi Sushy,
    Checked out your self portraits, wicked improvement from the first page to the last. Inspiring, makes me want to try something similar. Btw, if you havn't seen the book Fundementals of Drawing by Vladimir Mogilevtsev, it's one of the most precise system of planes I've seen in a drawing books. It's really helped me.

    http://4-art.org/component/virtuemar...product_id=657

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    Awesome last one.

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    Tb0ne Thanks, I did see that book, but when I try to buy it the whole site switches to russian XD And then I stop buying it because my russian is not that advanced yet 0_______0
    Are there also European sites selling it? xD
    that book sure looks helpful and I did consider buying it. :3

    Liberty thanks iiivii, nice to hear. I plan on making it a big painting xD

    OK it was about time to update this thing. I am currently at 3000/5000 words of my essay o___o
    I HATE IT SO MUCH

    Anyway here are some thingies
    This is my first try at doing something with perspective. I set up a grid which did not turn out working like it did in the tutorial of enliiigthen but I managed to make the thing fill up with colour and rotate it and gooosh
    maybe Photoshop CS3 Exxxtended is too old for this already? I dunno, maybe I just missed a step.
    Anyway, I drew crappy cubes. Which I barely knew how to do.
    I really must practice perspective more *sigh*
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    I got stuck on the lightning too as you can see XD

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    ^ some random thingies... Studies of one of our goats, this one is called Fleur. And I drew from my manniken again lolol

    And here are the usual hands studies...
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    VANDERPOEL

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    And I end this update with the photostudy of a lovely deeeer...

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    Oh and play this music when I enter ze room:




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    Sushy,
    The book is available as an English PDF once you order it from 4-Art. The only problem with the PDF is that it's highly compressed and as a result the images are poor in quality. Considering that, I would recommend buying the book in Russian which also include the English PDF, rather than just the PDF.
    Also, I'm pretty sure you can place your order through Amazon.com rather than 4-Art. Perhaps email the folks at 4-Art (they have a rep that speaks English very well) and ask them if it's possible to order off of Amazon and still get the pdf (as I'm pretty sure it still ships from 4-Art).


    I like the latest studies you have here. I'm not sure how much you have drawn in perspective before but honestly I can't imagine beginning to learn it in Photoshop. Vanishing points often have to be far off the 'page' in order to avoid fish-eye lens like distortion and from my experience Photoshop is somewhat of a pain in the ass in that regard. I found on paper I can make a small composition box taking only a small portion of the page and place my vanishing points a more manageable distance away. Perspective can be technical and I just felt that Photoshop added additional technical challenges to something that's already technical enough (at least at first).

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    @Tb0ne: yeah I noticed that in the preview version. xD Ah yeah I could email them indeed!
    And I barely ever drew in perspective... I do not understand it well XD
    Uuuh yeah maybe I should do it on regular paper... but then I get all confused on how to use a ruler and stuff. That is why photoshop seemed easier for me hehe
    I have been using photoshop since I was fourteen (22 now) so maybe I am just used at it xD
    I will try it on paper too though. I think drawing traditionally is very important for artists.


    Only some Bridgman for today -____-
    I have to work on my essay again

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    Psssht and I updated my self-portraits thread...
    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...76#post3348676

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