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    Eclairs, Drawings, Girls and More...

    Hey guys. So many Things happened to me for last few years.

    I realized I need new sketchbook to push my art to the next level-ups. At this moment I can't even draw an apple. Yeas, it sucks reaaally hard. But I am going to build rocking-n-smashing-brains-around portfolio. So .. lets get it started from the next post.

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    Here we go

    life painting.. Not finished.. and never will be finished

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    Some photo studies...

    And here are some studies from photo..

    as always you can see complete mess.. bad forms, and stuff.. But as you can see a love this mess, I LOVE diffrent strokes, textures and i kinda stuck with playing it instead of using with strong purpose.. I need to find The Cure

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    Kate

    Priceless.

    Late night, I'd say early morning. My poor girlfriend forced to watch "4 rooms" on TV. And i messed everything becouse IT IS TO FREAKING LATE!

    ) anyway.. very first attemp to paint portrait digitally

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    Очень много успел за один то день =0

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    Your very first picture posted of the kettle and the 2nd picture in your 2nd post look excellent, just let the colors fly.

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    я просто наковырял все что было... на самом деле тут на каждую работу минимум часа 4 потрачено. хотя можно было и больше
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    Your very first picture posted of the kettle and the 2nd picture in your 2nd post look excellent, just let the colors fly.
    Thank you!

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    Those still lifes are crazy.

    And I'm liking the use of colour, and soft blending on the portrait in post four. The flesh is looking nice.
    It'll be nice to see it finished.
    Keep up the good work!

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    speedpaintings

    not so speedy.. but.. I started doing them at last! From ref.. there are a little bit too rude but they are also only beginning of experimenting with speed and brushwork/textures

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    You've inspired me to paint some digital still lifes. It seems like such an obvious thing, and yet I always forget about still lifes in digital.

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    good start in here! keep doing the studies, and work hard at it, and i have no doubt youll become great.

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    I don't think the messiness is necessarily a bad thing. It lets you keep a certain expressiveness and the loose, gestural quality can be nice. Just find a way to polish things where you need to and keep the same spirit!

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    iCreate: those really fun to do, my friend I was inspired by Johan and Jana
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    Amarok: yeah.. But there is a solid edge between mess and expressive brushwork and I have not catch it yeat.

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    Hey there! I saw you'd stopped by my sketchbook.. Those still lifes are wow.. o.O awesome stuff.. the speed paintings look great too, especially the first one of the forest.. more uploads please!


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    Nice life paintings, the second one looks particularly nice. The portraits are looking good too, I would suggest focusing more on the eyes though.
    Keep it up!

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    Beautiful work here!
    Очень нравится второй натюрморт и портрет девушки, наверное, фильм ей не очень понравился ))

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    Sharon J :
    thank you... Yeah i checked out your SB. I need to post comment though
    India? This country is in my list of "must visit"

    6imohamed:

    Hey! Nice girl, you need to post more. Do you have sketchbook ? As I can see you have the blog. But i don't know the link

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    thank you!

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    Спасибо Ты из Киева?


    here is Wip on silhouette. Inspired by this video. Feng Zhu rocks hard.

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    sb most art copied to page 1
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    i like the real life paintings

    I am searching for a "Mentor" who will give me some hint's and an ass-kick when I get lazy

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    Last work is really cool, hope to see it finished )

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    The still lifes are fantastic! Figure stuff's looking pretty good as well, keep it up.

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    ^)^ glad tto hear,


    thank you all guys

    this is kinda all I was making last few hours before I have to go sleep.
    Not so much... Done from one guy's photo from flickr... I'll add link to him later...

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    Thank you guys, I do really like to do that kind of stuff


    in2eternity: Ті гдето работаешь?

    Velocity Kendall: Your design and artworks are so cool! I really like your work! Thank you for stoping by

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    Good solid big shapes earlier on. Be careful with the new one- compare the shapes. I understand that it could be upturned snow, but right now I think your strokes are kind of small for being that early on in a painting. This didn't seem to be a problem above, I just want to clarify that I was speaking about your latest.

    There are still spots of blue shining through from the sky. It's okay to leave pieces of paint untouched, but it might be more effective to paint it with a complimentary color or something first, so it's not just "missing". The shapes of the dozer are very geometrical, and can be really easily sculpted with a few flat shapes from the beginning.

    Keep posting, I really think your stuff is interesting. You show promise.

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    hey everybody... just for fun...

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    Привет! У тебя тоже нормальный скечбук. Ты учишся на художникак или сам фигачишь?
    Не моих навыков пока наверно не достаточно чтоб работать) Да и арт в таком стиле люди не особо понимают. Стараюсь работать над рендером работ.

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    up up

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    А я наоборот, откалбасил 2 с половиной курса в техническом универе и бросил нафиг. Потому что не мое. А поступить в художку охота тока времени нифига нет, работа все отнимает. Рисую максимум часа 4 в день вчером если не уставший. Я не знаю но мне кажеться что иллюстратором сейчас ещзе труднее устроиться чем художником. Большая конкуренция и люди не просвященные. Разве что векторные люстры на стоках продавать.

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    Вообще стиль такая штука интересная. То что я сейчас рисую это просто техники тех художников которые мне нравяться и уроки которых я смог найти или понять. Я пытался рисовать например только линиями и штриховкой, в ч\б потом окрашивать, но оно мне не идет. Поэтому я рисую так как мне нравиться. Если мой стиль не покупаеться то то я в минусе. И комерческим художником стать не смогу потому что не могу рисовать так как мне скажут. Да и губит комерция творчество. Хотя это уже и третий вопрос но всетаки. Так что я для себя решил работать в удовольствие и не париться купит у меня кто то что то или не) Хотелось бы конечно поучавствовать в чем то серьезном, но... )))

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