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    Looking good so far, though your designs and style are quite cool as they are right now, i would suggest to spend some more time in doing pure anatomy studies that would really help if you want to become an awesome illustrator.

    Keep drawing and posting!

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    Hey mang...looks like you're getting used to your new Wacom! I like the detail you put into the face area...and the humor you slid into it...creepy guy with dreams of birthday cake! hahaha

    Enjoy that hike! What's northern Israel like...is it mountainous or desert etc...clearly I've never been there? Have fun with Tarzan!




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    this one looks soooo choice, all your linework is so energetic i love it.

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    Is it somebody's birthday? Soon? Is that somebody you?

    Anyway... happy hiking. You had better take some pencils & paper

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    I'm sorry I can't reply to your comments right now, I just don't have time.
    I was supposed to go to a hike today but it was postponed to tomorrow morning due to some silly technical difficulties

    Anyway, so I have to go to bed early but I played a little with Corel Painter X before going to sleep, so here is the result:
    (of course, taking n1frit's advice about the values to use and enjoying the way it turned out to be)
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    So I'll reply in 4-5 days, depends on when this hike will be finished

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    Oh wow cool composition on the last one, I love how the long lines and lengths stretch the space around my eyes D:

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    You have fabulous works in your sketchbook! I really like your characters and creatures... very creative!

    "We all have 10000 bad drawings in us so the sooner you get them out the better" - Walt Stanchfield

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    Fallenangel: *nods* I thought of doing anatomy studies but postponed them as I'd postpone a plague (if such a thing was possible at certain circumstances). I just have to bite hard and do it, eh?

    Jephyr: Slowly, I am. I have my moments of frustration with the tablet, but I think we're getting along.
    Northern parts of Israel, the Golan Heights (where I've been to) are riddled with hills, greenery, some artificial ponds here and there, lots of agriculture and lots of cows. My legs never walked so much with such a huge bag on my back...

    BlightedArt: Thank you so much!

    p sage: It was a friend's bday and I wasn't invited. That's the whole story

    cloudcan & Baudolino: Thank you guys!

    Some photos from the trip to the Golan Heights up in the Northern parts of Israel:
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    Some sketches during the trip (didn't have much time to sketch, only during the time when we were riding the bus):
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    Hi kerah,

    Looks like an interesting area...that picture of the lone tree is really cool! Hope you had fun.

    I used to hike the mountains of Colorado and have done some hiking into the mountains around here but not much recently. Aint lugging a huge backpack fun!!

    So...the sketches aint bad...I especially like the first one. Is that a character you're working on? Diggin the last sketch of the bison too (Speaking of Colorado?)

    Glad to hear you're getting up to speed with the new Wacom.

    Keep 'em coming!


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    Where's ma naked tarzan, u beauty

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    Jephyr : It was a lot of hiking, walking up slopes and stuff like that :/
    That character was just a fun thing

    Nastya: He's sleeping

    Some more stuff:

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    05:51! Animal grind complete Q.Q

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    Quote Originally Posted by Creusa View Post
    05:51! Animal grind complete Q.Q
    You continued for three more hours after I was gone!? Damn, you're crazy

    But my day starts early, with some good skull studies !

    Cheerios

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    I did A LOT of skull studies today in photoshop, using different brushes and just playing with the settings and the colors. 20 skulls, compiled in a single image (too burdensome to upload each individually...).
    A silly skull thing I drew before the studies:
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    The studies (the bigger pictures are of course the ones I liked more):
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    gosh, u've mastered the skull q.q

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    KICKASS WHOA
    especially mad colours

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerah View Post
    p sage: It was a friend's bday and I wasn't invited. That's the whole story
    LOL

    Anywho w.b.... good sketches... the steam punk dude might need a digital version.

    Now you'll have to spend a week picking weeds out of your socks

    EDIT TO ADD: Damn... scrollling down I see more updates...

    Nice one here!. And the skulls rule.

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    Wow...those 20 skull studies are kewl!!


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    woow so many skulls *v*
    Very experimental too, which is good

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    Cow

    Thank you all!

    I've just realized how empowering these studies are, especially if you are aware of what you are doing and not just brushing color in. Made the most noticeable progress in photoshop in just two days (or at least it seems to me).

    Some self-portraits studies to understand values mostly (somewhat unsuccessful when it comes to likeness as you'll see):
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    One thing I realized is that it's easier for me to from from dark values to brighter ones.

    Something I started doing but gave up on:
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    Scary guardians near my house:
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    that glass of water is just for show
    we know ur tru nature

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    Nastya: It's actually a glass of oil with a floating candle inside

    Anyway, going livestream to continue working on something: http://www.livestream.com/kerah

    ...
    EDIT: livestream result -

    Not quite sure about whether it's finished or not, but the dress I drew for her really bother me. I need to study clothes and drapery and I'll do it without further ado.
    Anyway, here's the piece:
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    It's actually a glass of oil with a floating candle inside
    GOSH
    Romantic stuff is so romantic

    Do that still life u promised to paintttt

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    Some studies, doodles and Bridgman studies (that go very slowly) :
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    Yup nice value studies... good self portraits thar... and pencils up to your usual standard of high quality. The heads are solid.

    Jester tiem nao?

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    Love the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly sketches.

    As for the glowing cat eye pics, I've never seen them glow that color. Orange, yes, but never green. Pretty creepy.

    Visit my just a tad bit strange sketchbook: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=224247

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    You've got a solid grasp on anatomy. Especially like some of the cartoony stuff.

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    Wow kerah productive! :V
    I love the bird sketches
    Take more time when drawing drapery (though not too long, if it's too long you might go crazzyyy).

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    O_o wow man! U done a lot since a was the last time here!!! Many great studies, many works with digital! U making some real step to success painting! Ans still like your pencil works, u only need to do the same in digital... as i told early)) Use brush not like area surface putting, use it like pencil graphyte core) Just as advice.
    The more important then technicdrawning thing is just all time move ahead and dont stop! So keep practicing! )

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