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    hey, those small pose sketches are really great and inspiring
    I wish I would be able to do so nice gesture drawings too
    it looks like you work hard on it, so good luck and keep going

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    Your three latest portraits are very goods. Great work.

    Sorry for my bad english!
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    great studies and textures. The metall shiny abstract shapes are cool. Good idea. The faces seem to comming along nicely too

    A tutor once said to me: "Let your mind go!" and it didnīt come back.

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    my Heavy Industrie, Military and Steampunk References/Textures (updated Oct 2012)
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    Get back to work and update bro

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    It's amazing to see your progress in this sketchbook. And the amount of work you do!!!! Very motivating to lazy bums like me lol... I especially love your figure drawings. And the lighting in your painting... looks sooo nice! Those abstract surface look so hard to do yet they way you handle their reflective-ness (not sure if that's a word? lol) really works.
    ps. All the best to your grandpa. Take care.

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    Well, I found my old SB it seems, *necro*

    Been awhile since I updated, but its time to get back on the horse. IRL things have been getting in the way of progress for a few months.

    So heres a small update to get things started

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    Update!

    Some more portraits, Really feeling alot of what I forgot coming back slowly. Taking a break from drawing really rusts you fast- even if its a reduced daily workload.

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    No worry bro, you'll get there soon im glad you'r back!

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    Still getting back into it -.-

    @Ecli-pse Thanks man, its good to be back on the horse so to speak. Hopefully I can keep improving at a steady rate

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    Busy days and it doesn't help that I still feel a bit cramped working with PS.

    Some studies, that should have only take about an hour but were reworked quite a number of times to no effect .

    Well at least I got to experiment a bit with skin tones, and warm vs cool.

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    Unhappy Skin Study again

    Again with warm and cool skin studies. I think this turned out better than the last 2 previous attempts. It really does help to have some random references to look at.

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    lol my tablet pen broke! Although that gave me an excuse to finally replace it with the much more ergonomic classic pen.

    Heres some test runs with the new piece.

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    9/27/2013 update

    Portrait Study (photo ref'd) Study of Eyes (mostly female and some ref'd) and a quick still life Drapery Study.

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    some stuff.

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    Some of the digital work, mostly studies of the head, trying to get it to look right.

    Some quick silhouette studies as well. Learning form over detail first. Can't say it's easy.

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    Hey, some nice stuff going on here. Have you been looking at Loomis at all? That will definitely help with head structure, you should be able to do these and then check over his books to see what's not quite right with your own, and eventually you'll start to see where you're going wrong and your understanding of the head will improve. Combine this with a lot of skull studies and face studies and you'll be much improved in this area!

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    @sudafreekan -Thanks for stopping by!

    As for Loomis, yeah I've read and looked at Loomis, and earlier in this SB there's studies from him. My problem, unfortunately, is that while I understand the proportions; putting them into practice is the problem. So I think its more an issue of practice and practice over anything else ^^.



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    I really love the eye studies that you did a few posts back. Did you learn how to "place them" from anything in particular, or have you only drawn from reference for them? They look really great!

    Keep on keepin' on!

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