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    the screencapbook [OPEN TO ANYONE]

    hey guys, me and matty_mcmullen have been doing daily screencap studies! 1 hour studydomes, but you can take it further if you'd like of course..

    RULES
    1. for every screen you post you need AT LEAST to post 1 crit, otherwise there will be a bad crit to image ratio!
    2. post as daily as possible
    3. post reference image with your study
    4. feature the thread in your signature (optional, just to get the word out/inspire)

    REFERENCE
    http://www.cinemasquid.com/blu-ray/movies/screenshots
    http://www.moviescreenshots.blogspot.com/
    http://screenmusings.org/
    http://www.leavemethewhite.com/index2.html

    enough text, some pictures of what we've already done!
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    alright, don't think i made it clear;
    IF YER WANNA JOIN, TELL US, SO I CAN EDIT THIS POST WITH YOUR NAME IN IT AND THEN YOU CAN START DOING IT WITH US! WE DON'T WANT TO PRESSURE YOU INTO DOING IT DAILY, BUT THAT'S THE FASTEST WAY OF IMPROVING!
    me and matty are starting with grayscale, as you can if you'd like also, so that we learn about values and light, this makes our focus just on these, and not have to worry about color at this stage, improving values and lighting faster!

    NOW OPEN TO ANYONE
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    great idea guys! I'll definitely consider doing it. I'll send you a message if I'm down for it
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    good idea bro bro. I might be interested! do you guys all paint the same stills?
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    wrobleski-art: You definitely should join. The more the merrier.

    Metal Fingers: ryan and matty did at the beginning, then split off. I just started doing these studies on my own when I saw them doing it (this was before any idea of a group came up) so all of mine have been different from theirs. Also they are sticking to greyscale for a while, but I decided to try and do them in colour as it is my weak point and I have been ignoring it for too long.

    Yes! Thanks for starting this. I am excited to get going, even put it in my sig so now I will feel guilty if I don't keep on top of it. It'll be tough for me to do daily updates for this (especially once I get back into school starting Monday), but I will try my best and maybe I will get better at time management.

    I know you suggested we take a break this weekend, but I already started one when I saw this thread.

    First one I already did a few days ago but you didn't post, so here it is. And the second one I just finished a few minutes ago.

    New Rule: Post the original too so that critiques are easier. (damn it makes mine look bad when they are next to each other--I painted them side by side, and when they are above each other my mistakes are 10 times more obvious)
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    best of luck to you both[and anyone else who decides to join]!
    I'll try to drop by often to leave a crit
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    watch the angle and width of your figures andrew, this one looks like hes slightly leaning to the left and he's a little squashed , colors are great though!
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    This is an epic new year's resolution! I already have daily drawings to do this year though.

    Andrew_Sonea, the Aragog screen cap is really dark and uniform in value. I know it was a sober scene, but I think it would be a good idea to push the lighting so it doesn't look so muddy. And I echo what ryanoir said about the second one.
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    Count me in fellas, I'll be doing grayscales for a little bit because frankly...color scares the shit out of me. Will post one later on.
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    a la bapsi: Thanks! Feedback is most appreciated.

    ryanoir: Good point! I didn't even notice that one too much (was more focused on messed up field on right side). I notice now too that I did the same thing on Hagrid and Harry in the study I have in this post.

    Parsakoira: Get posting bro!

    jNeumann: Colour scares me too. Can't wait to see what you post!




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    This is an epic new year's resolution! I already have daily drawings to do this year though.

    Andrew_Sonea, the Aragog screen cap is really dark and uniform in value. I know it was a sober scene, but I think it would be a good idea to push the lighting so it doesn't look so muddy. And I echo what ryanoir said about the second one.
    Thanks for the feedback! I just realized I broke my own rule there by not posting the original. So here is the comparison. You are right that I fucked up the values, the sky need to be way lighter, shadows in Hagrid's coat darker etc. And the scene in the original is pretty muddy and dark, but yeah I made it worse by messing up saturation in places (cough foreground cough).
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    fkin sick I've been wanting to do some more screencap studies latley! count me in
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    Wow looks like we have some more recruits! this is gonna be awesome. Just stopped here to make some quick crits before i get back to work.

    Andrew Sonea- With the hitchhiker one the right side of the image is more or less on the money but what i want you to pay attention to is small things like the measurement between the knee and hip in relation to the horizon line. You should notice immediately whats wrong as well as how easy this is to fix. Look out for things like this, find those relationships then make a judgement, in this case the horizon needs to come down slightly and the boys legs lengthened.

    Parsakoira- Welcome! And what a great start.
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