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    Dom - That's really sweet, I'm so pleased my progression shows, I'm feeling a lot more confident! Still a load more photo studies, and life studies in photoshop would help as well i'm sure!


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    Hey, long time no see..
    Sorry I've totally abandoned this, I've been crazy busy at uni, and now i'm home for Christmas, I should probably catch up!

    First things first, I'd like to ask your advise on a current WIP, I'd really like to try and boost the realism, but I don't know where to start! Should there be deeper shadows? More variety in tone? Please let me know!

    PS. Hope you had a good Christmas

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    also here are couple more set visuals from my course at uni, this time for a day time antiques show (:

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    Massive improvement on the chin!! The only thing to me that looks a teeny bit off is the neck - just seems sliiightly too thin - and I know you've not added any shading yet, but don't forget there will be the wrinkles from the point at which it's turned over her shoulder and a couple of folds of skin where it's twisted

    Also, not so much an improvement but rather a suggestion - would she have any bubbles coming out from her nose too? just a couple of tiny ones maybe? Not sure..just a thought!

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    Okay, so I've been pretty awful with this while I've been at uni, but it's been genuinely upsetting that I haven't had the time to practice much.. Still it's my lent challenge to attempt to get back into regular drawing! I'll do my best here, but currently my camera is broken and my scanner is only a4, and some of my work is bigger, but I'll figure it out!

    Anyways I guess I start with some very rough composites/photo paintovers I've been playing with to try and work out set design concepts for my uni course.

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    Also another thing of interest might be these concepts for Gandalf's workshop.. Here's the original and the painted one in progress...

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    Me again (:
    This time with a story board.. I have two more of these but they're a pain to upload, so I may or may not get round to putting them up!

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    study of a male face.. I think it was from a magazine

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    Quick Thumbnails of Environments.. done with a soft pencil

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    latest digital paint, used a ref for the figure, took 3 and a half hours

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    The arms, especially her right one should have get more care, it gets much attention and it's very sketchy, the body is way better rendered.
    I like Gandalf's workshop

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    Thanks shiNIN, Yeah I agree the arms are rushed, I was much more pleased with the lower half of the body!
    Thanks, I'm proud of the Gandalf piece (:

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    Half hour foreshortening study from life

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