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    Jim's Great Tome of sketchin' an' Paintin'!

    Hey guys! This isnt the first time Ive thought about doing one of these, but I feel im ready now I have been pushing my skills alot recently and I think help from a wider community would be just what I need! Here's some stuff I have done of late im finally trying to get competant with painting in colour so any comments and crits would be greatly appreciated.
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    Did some skeletol studies this morning in the studio from a skeleton named Bert! no joke thats what they call him :p anyways I tried to put the muscles in over the top from imagination, worked to some extent now ive looked at some pictures im fairly happy.
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    Firstly I'd like to say that I love how confident your lines look. They're very tight and clean (in a good way). I'd also like to see some loose stuff from you too. You have a nice grasp on volume (especially in the plant studies) but I think you could push the values a little more.

    Please post more, I can't wait to see!
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    Hello there, please keep painting and drawing, the more you paint and draw the better you become ... keep up the good work!
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    Thanks for the responses guys!
    Fantillus: I agree, ill see if I can post up some lose stuff and maybe try some paintings playing around with stronger values etc.

    Reok: onwards and upwards
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    I havent sorted any drawings out yet, but I did some designs for a plant harvesting device for my second year film. Their abit wacky more of a starting point I think!
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    Just been trying to paint flesh tones, and its been going better than previous attempts but i still feel like im missing something quite fundamental, any opinions would be greatly appreciated!!! I also painted a little dragon, I tried to go for a more saturated colourful approach
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    Quick colour study warm up, no colour picker was used, trying to train meh eye :p
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    I have started learning about digital sculpting, so ive been practising with speed sclupts, this one took just over 20 mins
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    nice start mate you've such a good digital artwork technique

    post more

    keep it up and welcome to CA

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    wait a min.. is the first charecter (the knight) from the new heroes of might and magic 6!? its so cooll.. good job
    i love to do everything and learn everything... i hate to be cornered in one place.. i believe u can be anything u want... Your mind is limitless... check out my sketchbook ... u will find a bit of everything

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    Looking pretty good bro.. keep up the studies.. =)
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    Dang nice work with the digital painting & sculpting!
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