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    dude i love your pencil studies , you have a nice line

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    i think you're on the right way! just don't forget to draw from life as much as you can. my favourite place to draw people is coffeeshops. it may take a year or so to really get the hang of it but it's worth it!

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    NickyBeats Hey, thanks for stopping by man. I'm definitely going to start doing that. Tried today actually but I'm having a hard time coming up with solid referenced. Any suggestions? Thanks again!

    Amarok Thanks! A valid crit, I do notice the things you have mentioned now that I look again. Something else I will have to improve upon

    ryanoir Thanks Brah, Looking forward to the daily thread. Will try my best to stick to it!

    dragonkille I do?? I usually hate my stuff, thanks though!

    Kfeeras Hey thanks a lot for dropping in. Life drawing is really important, and I absolutely need more of it. Think im going to try and fit it into the weekly To-Do list somewhere. Thanks again!

    Did some studies today, looked through that KChen demo page, drooled all over myself and cried for a while. Did a couple things from that, I love how simplistic his construction is. Think I can learn a lot from those pages. I joined the 'Screencapbook' sketchbook page http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...=1#post2972889
    I encourage everyone else to check it out.
    Here's some of todays stuff.

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    greaat studies my man!
    try to just block in big shapes first, and not have so many opaque strokes everywhere! if you wanna render, use a soft brush
    keep at it bro!!

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    nice studies friend! you should try to do a master study. i always have fun with them . keep it up!

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    Sick style on those self portraits. I feel like experimenting with different poses and
    expressions would be beneficial. Seems like you tend do repeat yourself in that
    sense. Sketches and studies are ace. Keep it up!

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    It would be nice to see some different angles of self portraits, like maybe a 3/4 view. Nice work. Keep it coming!

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    You are getting better and better. I already gave a crit to your screencap in the screencapbook thread, so check that out if you missed it.

    And you should totally do a self portrait digitally. It's a great way to get used to painting in Photoshop.

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    ryanoir Thanks Bud. Yeah I need to get better at blocking in shapes and colors, I'm always quick to jump into detail.

    Lang Oulk Yeah that's definitely something I can try, will try and find something to copy.

    Farquad Hey, thanks! Yeah thanks for pointing that out, I do feel like I'm sticking in my 'comfort zone' need to get out of it, immediately.

    Blizzard5291 I'll do one tomorrow, so you can see the rest of my pretty face!

    Andrew Sonea Thanks, yeah I saw the crit. Appreciate the tips! Did another today, not much better but hopefully it'll come with time.

    Spent a lot of time just browsing the forums today, not as much drawing. Can't let that happen again for a while. I did however finish off the sketchbook I've been using though. Which is exciting. I'm thinking I should start working in a bigger pad. I have plenty floating around, suggestions?
    Anyways, here's some stuff.

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    Very nice work, your ability to render the human figure in color and gray scale is astounding. At the start I was going to suggest alot of anatomical studies but I'd say you are on the right track, there is alot of improvement evident in your sketchbook. Keep it up dude.

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    That newest screencap is actually a big step in the right direction. You are putting down the values much better and getting the big shapes pretty well. Her face might be a little light, but you are getting the darks of her hair and background in there nicely. A little tip: paint the background on one layer and then paint the foreground (the girl in this case) on another. That way you get clean edges on her (I can see where her shoulder is getting a bit messy where it meets the background). On my study of the same photo you can see how I used only soft brushes in the background, and was able to keep the difference in edges largely by the fact it was on a new layer.

    Just keep drawing like this and I am sure the next few will just get better and better. Also don't feel bad about browsing the forums. It is good to sometimes get a bit of a mental break and enjoy some nice art, suck in some new inspirations and get ready to go full out the next day.

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    Viking_Of_The_Wolves Hey man, thanks a lot! I still have A LOT of work to do, appreciate the encouragement.

    Andrew Sonea Thanks man, Yeah I feel like I improve a little bit on each one. Think I might sit and do a long study soon though and not just a one hour quickie.

    Started in a larger sketchbook today, I like it but It sucks having to take pictures instead of scanning. Here's some stuff. The self portrait is all messed up, I know. My ear isn't that small/weird...I hope.

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    I looked through ur sb and there is alot of sweet stuf in here, ur faces are very nice. Maybe u should try out some enviro studies? I should do too haha. keep it up

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    PaintMyBrain Thanks! I agree that's something I should definitely try.

    Wow, it's been a few days. Been a crazy week with classes starting up and all. I've still been drawing every day, just not as much as I would prefer and the things I'm drawing are just imagination poop. I learned the basics of Watercolor though! Been fooling around with that a bit. Also start Oil Painting on Monday, ecstatic about that. Here's a few things.
    I'm sorry the scans are awful and one of the sketchbooks is far too big to scan. Need to get another that fits the scanner, photos are not cutting it.


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    That watercollors is not bad , maybe u should next time work on wet paper u will surprise what is power of watercollors

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    good to see you got a copy of Colour and Light. In fact I have a copy of that very book open on my desk right now. I haven't finished reading it but even 50 pages in I have learnt a huge amount. Gurney has a very nice way of explaining things simply.

    I like these recent pencils, they are in a moleskine right? I like how you establish very strong planes when you draw. Keep on working away!

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    Man, I see people talking about and picking that book up everywhere now! I think I'll have to seek one for myself :]

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    your figures are ace, keep going !

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    You got some clean and precise lines, I envy it lol

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    Bump! Nice stuff in here man! And im not judging haha

    we'll have to start something on here, and we dont have to do daily updates or anything but at least we can have a circle to post stuff where other people can see it too

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    nice nice, i looked once in your sketchbook second time now. Keep it going and nice pencils i got the book 2 but i am too noob for that XD

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    Hey CA, It's been a long time, but I've learned so much in the time I've been gone. I've spent over a year learning to paint traditionally and I'd like to share a few of those paintings with you guys. I recently took the plunge back into digital to pursue it full time and I'm including a couple of those too. I'm having a pretty hard time adjusting from Traditional to Digital, so any advice with that would be much appreciated.

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    Insane improvements! I absolutely love the colors in the traditional paintings. I can tell that you're a lot less confident in your digital work. Some more practice should make you more comfortable. Try to translate all the great stuff you've learned traditionally to digital media

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    @Blizzard5291: Thanks man, I appreciate it. Yeah I absolutely lack confidence in digital at the moment, going to keep practicing.

    Heres a screencap study:

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    I really like your value control and simplification. That first watercolor is a doozie! Nice work! I have no advice on digital work, not my thing sorry.

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    Hey man, thanks for the nice comments on my thread.

    I love your colours in your traditional stuff, I think it's only a matter of time before you can transfer that into your digitals. Keep working hard

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    Thanks for the visit!
    Great traditional work, the woman portrait is fantastic.
    I'm sure you will master the digital media as well, keep practicing!

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    great improvement from last year! I hope you enjoyed the book.
    your traditional stuff is amazing! keep it up

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