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    Thanks for your kind comment in my sketchbook!

    Couldn't help but notice you're 15 as well, us youngsters have to stick together, haha.
    It's really inspiring how many studies and the amount of work you do.
    I think you've gotta great style going in digital and watercolors, those things are hard as shit.

    I'm gonna subscribe so I can keep seeing your improvement!

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    Ludic Hey there, thanks for the visit! : ) Haha yeah us conceptart kiddies;;
    and thank you! already subscribed right back at you




    well I didn't get as much done past few days as a wanted to (will I ever??) but I did a few things.
    they're less study oriented, I think I need to develop my creative side more

    though I have a bunch of things on my list to study for next week
    and I've been slowly learning the muscles while at school, thanks to my classic anatomy book and lots of help from my friends(' bodies)


    first some arm studies from earlier this week (redrew those arms I drew before, loomis)
    then tried to find the muscles on pictures of muscly guys
    looking back i think I could do a better job at this now that i've learned more about the arms through the week, I should do some more later
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    rough of a school assignment in progress
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    tried to draw a pose without ref (except the hand)
    there are still a million things wrong, but slowly getting closer...
    I think I'm still making the torso too short(?)
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    and stick in some doodles from class
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    arrgh just feeling frustrated right now, but I'm gong to get out the oils tomorrow and do something educational
    I just need to keep going I guess : (

    good news though I'm doing well at school... got progress marks and I somehow ended up with a 97 in math lol

    thank you very much for viewing! critique and feedback is greatly appreciated! : )

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    I'm happy to see so many different styles exhibited in your sketchbook! It's really healthy for artists to experiment with all kinds of different approaches to their craft Your paintings are great and show a very vibrant and exciting use of colors throughout.

    I wish I had some advice for you, but you are worlds beyond my talent. Keep up the great work!

    "Diligence is the mother of good fortune."
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    man cant imagine what your work will look like when you older if you really are 15...really like your anime/cartoony looking stuff

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    great pace, nice studies, cool lighting in your referenced paintings etc. alot of impressive stuff but yeah, dont be afraid to draw stuff that isnt studies its all going cool places

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    Art Minded: Wow thanks so much for the kind words! It really means a lot, thank you!! : )

    kevin_: Thanks man!

    sipher: Thank you very much, and noted! : )

    also why does my thread have 5 stars??? ahaha you guys are crazy

    man after such encouragement I feel bad having such a lame update. sorry guys!
    I tried my hands at oils again... it's kind of unfinished since I got too pissed off to continue;; So apologies for the amateur oil still life, I'll get better asap : )

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    Feedback & critique is appreciated! Thanks for viewing : )

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    Congrats on 5 stars! I'm jealous
    Wow oils? Nice! I haven't touched oils in years :/
    Very nice flowers and teapot. Books tend to have a subtle S curve and your pages are just a couple big C curves, the form could be more..graceful I guess?

    Keep it up! You're gonna get way better.

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    haha that's funny that you got stars without knowing it...cool update, i absolutely love painting in oil!

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    Vertical:Thank you! And thanks for the advice, I agree. I had real trouble with the book in particular - I can see the pages are weirdly uniformly curved, there's no flow or anything. Thanks! : )
    kevin_: Thank you! : )

    working on those oils still
    slowww moving...

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    also did some 1 min poses, male & female 10 ea
    god this is frustrating
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    auugh! I'll keep trying!



    Thanks for viewing! : )

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    wow. nice art work. my favorites gotta be the portrait of jesse eisenberg. the tracing over muscle groups in red is a really good idea that seems to be helping a lot. figure studies are lookin pretty on point of course you gotta always keep doin em. id love to see more stuff from your imagination.

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    Sure you have lot of practice to do, but your stuff seems to be on the right tract. Keep it up!

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    Wow! Only 15 and this good already? You are going to be insane when you get older. This sketchbook has made me realize that I`ve got a looong way to go. Haha But yeah, your stuff is looking good. Just keep doing what your doing.

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    Those oils are amazing. i've never tried that medium, looks fun.

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    ManHands: Thanks so much, and thanks for the feedback! Yeah I agree I should do some more stuff from imagination. Took your advice and started on that a bit today!
    merl1n: Thanks for the encouragement! I'll work hard! : )
    twilightmoon777: Thank you very much!
    Ludic: Thanks, man : ) and if you have the chance you should definitely try them, they're so much fun

    Thanks for the great feedback I've been getting guys, and anyone who's visted my sketchbook or given me stars, it means a lot and really helps me out : ) Thank you!

    stuff from today

    oil still life!
    I think I might do some monochrome studies and/or excercises from Betty Edwards colour mixing book next

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    some doodles from class, stuff from my imagination (thanks for the encouragement manhands)
    I'm going to start doing this more often, I need to strengthen my creativity and putting it on paper!
    Plus it's super fun
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    studies from lunch/class at school
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    and some 1 min poses
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    Thanks for viewing! critique/feedback is greatly appreciated!

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    i agree, you definitely need more stuff from imagination in here! cool update, you should consider doing a portrait in oils

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    lovely work!

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    i'm going to point something out (based on your recent traditional pencil drawings/ sketches).
    make sure you keep an eye on your line quality. it is something i struggle myself (and a ton of other artists).



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    Wow awesome! Your still life has improved so much o_o Keep it up!

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    Your oil paints are very good. Is it called, painting with light? Very open, subtle way you paint.

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    kevin_: Thanks! and noted, more imagination : ) yes I plan to do a self-portrait in oils after a few more studies once I'm a bit more comfortable with the medium
    Velocity Kendall: Thank you!
    h44y5r2h: Thanks for pointing that out! Yes I have a hard time with that, I'll work on improving my line quality in the future!
    chazillah:Thanks you! : )
    greymatter:Thank you very much!

    small update

    something from imagination, wow this really makes my weaknesses apparent;;
    I think I need to stop being a wimp and take more risks, that seems to be when I can see where i need to improve
    augh this is embarrassing!
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    critique and feedback would be most appreciated
    thanks for viewing! : )

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    your artwork looks awesome and you keep improving every time you make a new post. keep it up!

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    Hi Winter really great sketchbook keep working hard! Looking forward to seeing how your work evolves over the next years! Thought this was beautiful

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    I am officially a fan now. I love the faces you draw and all of your stuff is just so interesting to look at. I'm not only wondering HOW you're making certain marks but WHY an image is the way it is. You're 15, yet your art translates a kind of conscientiousness and self-knowledge that a lot of adults don't exude in their work. Keep it up and never stop experimenting =D

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    good news, quick update!

    school and personal life have been killing me so I haven't been able to update for a while - I'll post some of the stuff I've been up to, and reply to the kind messages in my next update (thank you!)

    I just wanted to share that I've just received my acceptance to the CSSSA summer animation program and I'm super excited!! It's going to be an intense four weeks!

    Thanks to all the people who've been supporting and continue to support me on CA, it's really a huge help, and greatly helped me seize this opportunity!

    I'll update with some art this weekend hopefully! : )

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    You're how old? Whattt?! Oh man... You're better than me! Gah.. I really suck...
    Subscribed though, lol.

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    Oh dang Congratulations! I applied to CSSSA a few years ago but didn't make it, it sucked :C
    Have a ton of fun!

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    kimozabbi: Thank you! : )
    Alex Eh: Thank you very much!
    aaureolee: wow thank you so much for the very kind words!
    Seage: better?! No way you're crazy man, you're stuff is completely amazing! Say, I think I remember you from dA actually. Thanks for the kind words, subscribed right back : )
    Vertical: Thank you I will!

    have to say first, thank you for getting me back down to four stars, five was wayyy to high, I'd rather work up to it! Actually three would probably be better at this point, I hope to get a lot better!

    first, starting out on some bridgeman studies
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    did a room from complete imagination, sorry it's rather juvenile;;
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    I then did a rough study
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    and edited the first one a bit
    augh I have a lot to learn!
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    and stuff for fun
    god look at all these portraits warm colours whoops

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    going to get back to doing more studies, and more variety!!
    Thanks for viewing, comment/critique is appreciated! : )

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    You shouldn't be embarassed to try new things here, it is what everyone should be trying to do. I got no real crits, just keep pushing it, it's all looking good. Not really a fan of the Betty Edwards colour theory book though, a much better one for oil painting is Harold Speed's "Oil painting techniques and materials" or Schmid's "Alla Prima".

    Actually one crit I see now, in the last two original room paintings, the shadows on the bed/from the lamp do not seem to follow the light coming in through the window.

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    You have some really beautiful character designs, really diggin your work.

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    It is great to see young artists on ConceptArt ( like me ) especially ones that are so hard working and good, it makes me want to push myself even more , as Ludic said we got to stick together lol

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