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    Wow the study of the mp3 was amazing! I seriously thought it was a photograph.


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    @AbsorbenGhost: Thank you
    @Frostelle: Haha, oh yeah, really? ^^ Thanks

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    Here we go again

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    Due to the holidays, which I have right now, I'm able to draw more often. This study of Megatron from Transformers (one of my favorite decepticons) took 6 hours and it was very difficult, because of all the little details.

    + steps

    Comment?

    Greetings, Sandra

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    you are defenitely more mature in the painting department.

    i would like to suggest spending some hardcore time focusing on contour drawing. i think this will help with your ability to sight-size proportions faster and easier in your studies and drawings.

    i think it could be helpful to limit your mark making and focus on economy.

    that last painting is bad ass and reads very well

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    @Aryeh: Thank you very much for your long feedback! Oh my dear, this tip is great!! O..O. I will keep it on my mind and next week I'm going to start a contour-drawing-marathon !! ^^

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    New Portrait!^^
    (WIP --> http://sandra-xd.deviantart.com/art/...sion-243657689

    It was a commission and it took me 6 hours.
    Does anyone has some tips to paint semi-realistic hair? ö..ö

    yeah I know... I still have to practise anatomy/proportions lol

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    In the summertime..

    That's the title of the painting, on which I worked on the last 3 days (24 hours totally xx").
    Done with Photoshop CS5 and my Wacom Intuos 4L.

    The title is named after the homonymous song from Mungo Jerry .

    In the summertime when the weather is high
    you can stretch right out and touch the sky
    when the weather's fine you got women you got women on your mind
    have a drink have a drive go out and see what you can find....

    The picture itself was painted for a special competition with the topic "bathing fun".

    I hope u like it

    Comment? Criticism?

    Greetings, Sandra

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    Some creepy stuff

    My first digital selfportrait!

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    This time, I want to show you some drawings/sketches from the course "Sommerakademie Chemnitz", at which I participated.

    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O
    Excuse me for the bad quality, but I had to photograph it because of its big size (all drawings were drawn on DIN A3 and DIN A2!)
    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

    All in all, I highly recommend such courses. You can learn sooo damn much - it's fantastic, really!

    Furthermore, here are some other sketches from the last days:
    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O
    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

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    Yeah! Competition-time :'D. Well, this is my entry for "Animexx Kalender Wettbewerb 2012".
    I've chosen April with an Easter pic ;D

    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

    The WIP (it took me only 6 hours! )
    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

    Some other pastell and chalk exercises:
    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O
    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

    The current status of my Transformers poster:
    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

    Comment?
    Greetings, Sandra

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    You have some impressive stuff here
    Is the Transformers poster from reference or not?

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    Hi! I can see some pretty nice stuff here. Obviously you like to use colorfull palletes, which is okay of course, but sometimes your results feel unnatural. The "bathing fun" piece being a prime example. I'd suggest you try studying colors a bit more, maybe paint some apples, or an orange from life. Try to use a limited palette for a while.
    Love your bw stuff though, especially the selfportrait!
    See you around!

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    @Sushy: Thank you very much!! *____*. This poster is from reference lol.

    @Mr. Smile: Thank you also very much my dear . Yes, I still have to learn very much xx". Yeah thanks for the tip, I will remember it

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    Just a quick speedpainting for the Teen Challenge this time...

    I don't know really what I actually painted. So, just ask your imagination: What do you see in the picture? ;D

    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

    Black-white version:
    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

    You can find some steps on my blog
    --> http://sandras-artblog.blogspot.com

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    Just some sketches this time

    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

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    More exercises!!

    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O
    An exercise with a big sized brush.

    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O
    An exercise with a small sized brush

    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

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    You've got a nice sketchbook here I espesially like the traditional drawings, but keep up with the digital. That study of the mp3 player looks great, good work on the transformer too and the portraits. I also really like the colors on that bird. I'd blend the brushstrokes on the skin a bit more (but I myself blend a bit too much I guess^^; ).
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    @Leysan: Thank you very much . I'll keep up practising, I promise . Well, everyone has his/her own style, so if you would like to blend more, then blend more!
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    This time some quick color studies.

    From which film are probably the first 2 pictures? XD

    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

    Sadako's SKETCHBOOK - What the hell? O_O

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