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    Quote Originally Posted by M.Calza View Post
    Don't get to comfortable with things that you already know how to do, try harder things now, instead of bw cubes or spheres, try to set up a still life with more complex shapes.
    You are right!

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    Oh you're definitely improving ! Keep studying those values ! Maybe start doing some face value studyies or just include humans in your value studying.And while you're doing it you might open an anatomy book/referance so you know which bone/muscle you're painting that way you will study the human figure not just copy it. Anyways, amazing stuff, keep posting

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    Quote Originally Posted by ivan4oto View Post
    Oh you're definitely improving ! Keep studying those values ! Maybe start doing some face value studyies or just include humans in your value studying.And while you're doing it you might open an anatomy book/referance so you know which bone/muscle you're painting that way you will study the human figure not just copy it. Anyways, amazing stuff, keep posting
    Thanks! I've always felt rather intimidated by more complex studies (especially the face), but you are right; it might be time to slowly make a move towards anatomy value studies.

    I've ordered Classic Human Anatomy by Valerie Winslow just now

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    My anatomy book arrived yesterday

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