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    You are a cute one *laughs* You always cheered me up, don't embarrass me, my level is so tiny But I know one thing or two and I can relate to beginner problems, being a beginner myself.
    I just had to reply Thanks, I really had a good "yayme. sssh, you" laugh. I'm tired because the Van Dyk portrait study I'm drawing is harder than I expected but now I feel better.
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    I ve got a lot of energy these days thats all stay cool \m/

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    a new piece from fantasy and the man al pacino

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    I guess your reference is the photo I found when I googled for Al Pacino photos In that almost certain case, his head in the reference is slightly tilted but not in yours, it caused some small flaws around regarding the mouth and nose. Apart from this, the sketchiness and the soft, blurry look, I don't see much to mention. Oh there's another one, you could push the values a lil bit more, I mean the light ones, your black can't be better I guess

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    hello yeap youre right shinin the tilt i gave is wrong.i could pump the values a liitle bit yeah but i got bored sorry!!!and i had and still have a lot of work 4 the school designing logos and studying renaiscance artists BUt i have now my internet connection all fixed and ready so i am back in tha game!!!hell yeah how were doing btw??

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    Hey, nice work you have going here. I enjoyed the last portrait, the values are looking good (although I haven't seen the original).

    I think what you need to do right now is lay down the basic image in high opacity, big brushstrokes. Maybe you've heard this before, but I really think laying down solid shapes and values first helps build the final image. Right now I see too many low opacity brushstrokes in your work, which isn't necessarily a bad thing though. But I think laying down broad strokes first helps.

    Have a look at this post by the brilliant Min Yum. It might be of help. Anyway, don't mind my nagging, and keep doing art. Best of luck.

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    Also try to keep your brushes hard on the beginning of the painting, this helps. You will be able to blur things you need later on. Keep it up.

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    thank u guys i ll get to it!thanx 4 the tips!!!!i ll have them in mind

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    hey u guys more stuff ive been working lately sorry i havent got much personnal time as school is SO time consuming but every here and there i do have little moments to start something so here they are

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    so ive been lately inactive here and honestly i dont have much time to spare in digital drawing or painting iam into graphic design and illustration now since my school is pushing there i should be more focused in these areas however when i feel i ve got something to show here i ll post it.Now if anyone wants to see what iam up to so far and wantsto keep up throught my artistic advancement join my blog at http://blackbirdesigns.wordpress.com/

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    So hello to anyone who sees this iam back still studying still drawing and stuff. as i have mentioned before in here, i dunno if this is the right place to post stuff but anyways at art school iam studying graphic design and the things which we are learning tend to be quite different from the whole concept-art part.
    Anyways i want to learn about illustration both digital and traditional plus be a good graphic designer (pretty hard task hehe)but i am ready for it.Bring it on.
    I ve been in art school for about 4 months and here are some of my personnal studies.Crits and comments are most usefull so by all means shoot!!!!

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    Hi all here iam again long time no see (did i said that right?)anywayz some latest stuff and more on the way cheers everybody

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    pretty impressive

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    thnx a lot m8 just trying to get better at it

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    Γεια σου Δημήτρη, ωραίο σκιτσοβιβλίο.

    Για να καταλάβεις καλύτερα τις φόρμες βοηθάει να ζωγραφίζεις αντικείμενα που έχεις σπίτι σου. Μπορείς να ρίχνεις φως με μία λάμπα από διαφορετικές γωνίες και να βλέπεις τι γίνεται κλπ.

    Καλή συνέχεια

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    Little update:
    a pear that ive started yesterday and finished today (while listening to Orange Goblin)

    Nestora nai exw elleipseis me tis formes to katalavainw molis paw na ftiaksw apo to myalo m tha kanw merika greyscale paintings apo busts h agalmata na to diorthwsw lg kathws k kana still life thnx gia to feedback man

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    You've progressed a lot I see. You really have a unique sense of style in a lot of your work that I find fascinating. Your figure drawings have improved tenfold since you begin. Congrats to that!

    Btw, I really like the tree you did near the top of this page. I think it looks fantastic and the colors really worked well.

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    Hi all here are some stuff that i have made over the last period had posted them on fb but i want to share them also here back 2 work now

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    Oh you are back! Nice variety in your new stuff. I'd give the fly trooper more fly anatomy details, they looks so amazing from close... For example, their wings are much cooler than what you drew.
    Did I mention the 'one eye gap "rule"' to you before? It's usually good to stick to that. I drew zillions faces in my life and I still tend to make eyes slightly too large but it's no good. They should have a gap of one eye width between them, sometimes it's a lil bit more, sometimes a lil bit less but more than that and the face almost always becomes weird. I even like very few cartoon faces when they broke this "rule".

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    Small update a torso bust that ive started the morning and found myself lost to its planar and shading complexity iam currently with a headache anyways i found that i have form issues so ill try to render simpler objects in greyscale and see what happens (i think that my artistic eye is still asleep more cofeeee then)
    anyways more will come for 2day ill check loomis and probably will do an enviro

    Shinin thanx good to be back and not leaving this time iam struggling some times while drawing especially heads and although i know the proportions of the head i still screw it up beiing hasty?mmm dunno ill try on my pencilwork to plan my lines even more till next time cheer!

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    Your imagination is awesome!!

    Post #106 is my favorite!

    Keep doing what you're doing, don't lose that spark!

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    Minor update two spheres one with color for blending practise as well as the
    grey one (wich i think could be pushed further)a sketch after egon schiele study
    i love that guy and an abstract kinda being bored-for loosening sketch in photoshop iam with a headache now so no more photoshop 4 2day but ill continue with some loomis heads
    cheers
    liquorbleu thank u so much for your kind words dig your sketchbook your doing great ill be watching ya

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    You seem to have improved quite a bit, if I'm not mistaken

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    Minor update checking loomis for heads will procceed with body and will try to do a value study for today

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    wow. i think yome of your works are really lovely and very inspirational. i love the concepts and dark emotions you transport.

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    Some studies and burial masks design in alchemy

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    Hey man, thanks for stopping by! and for the book advice, seems pretty good.
    Love the masks btw

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