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    Not much for today. Another little environment to match the one from a few days ago. Also some grayscale compositions, but I don't like them much. It's hard to come up with things if I don't have a specific 'goal' so I'll try again with more specific ideas.

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    Really liking your environments and line work. It's very clean.

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    Thank you very much! c:

    Some pretty rough designs for a personal project. They aren't there yet at all, but I do like the first one's dress.

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    Working on this photo study pretty exclusively right now. It's both fun and irritating at the same time since it's pretty challenging for me. I've got the boat in the wrong position right now so I'll need to fix that, and my colors are off a tad (I think it needs more green-grey).

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    Very inspiring! Really dig your quick studies. Nice loose line work!
    Keep it up!

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    Thank you! c:

    Update of the photo study.

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    Another update on this study, though I might stop here on it. The most difficult part for me is past, and I've made some pretty big errors with angles in this study. Still, I think my colors on the parts I've really worked on are much closer than they were.

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    First self portrait in a while, though it's from a familiar angle. I need to find a new light source and a better place for this mirror.

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    Wow I really like your line and coloring style in the last photoshop paintings, something I wish to develop myself

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    A lot of it is just making sure you have a solid blocking in of color before you start blending, and then learning not to blend too much. Working in a 90-100% opacity range is helpful for blocking in color before moving to a lower opacity.

    For that painting, I used a round, 100% opacity brush with "Transfer" and "Shape Dynamics" enabled in the brush settings. You can control the opacity pretty well with it through pen pressure, making it easy to block in and blend at the same time.

    A lot of it comes with practice. If you keep at it, you'll get the hang of it. c:
    If you have the time, please stop by my sketchbook, Chock Full o'Nuts.
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    Hello mate!
    You have a great stuff here!! Your life studies are amazing!!
    Maybe you should try to do a full body drawing more complete, so we can see your skill!
    Congratulations!
    Keep it up!
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    Thank you for commenting on my sketchbook earlier, you have really nice drawings here . I really like those arms studies. I should really do some of those, haha. Keep up the work, you'll definitely improve from your effort.

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    great stuff, really like the boat house study and the portrait!

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    @Black Sun S., Thanks! You're right, I do need to do more full-body things. Wasn't even thinking about it for a while there.

    @Nexuun and kevin_, thanks guys!


    Well, here's what I've got. Not particularly happy with my haul today, but won't get anywhere without practice.

    Some very quick character designs for a friend's film, a quick warm up portrait, and a speed painting which I hope to work on some more.

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    Going to start working on portraits so I can learn some more variety in facial features. I only looked at the reference for my line drawing. The rest was done from memory/imagination, so likeness of the original wasn't what I was after.

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    If you have the time, please stop by my sketchbook, Chock Full o'Nuts.
    I would appreciate any advice or critiques.

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