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    Ah, very nice studies! Thanks for giving me inspiration! I need to loosen up my stiff hand and work with the pen more soft. Yeah, I'll start my doodling right now!

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    I just took a look through your sketchbook. Your anatomy sketches really improved
    Also, these landscape concepts are coming out great! I really enjoy the colors and the dynamics of some of them.
    I hope to see some fleshed out paintings

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    Greenhouse Good! That's nice to hear
    Zipfelzeus Thanks! I'm gonna try to do some more finished enviros in the near future
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    sry if i repeat what others said. but your live/photo/anatomy studies are really great. but be sure not to 'only focus' on the outer lines (wow. even if they're really really clean.. that's my problem) - how long did they take you/time do you spend on them?
    and those environemnts are great too. so mannnnyy! (I'm the worst in envr.. but i 'll give your techniques (with colourpicking from a picture) a try! thanks

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    Nianto Thanks for passing by! Most photo studies took about 2 hours i think.. it depends

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    I really digg those environments quick studies. Would it be possible for you to do a screencap video of your process maybe? And maybe even share the brushes, please? That would be
    totally awesome of you. If not, I can understand too. cool stuff in any form. Thanks for sharing.


    A tutor once said to me: "Let your mind go!" and it didn´t come back.

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    Hey bbwolf, next time i'll post some in-between pics (: I'd be glad to share my brushes, but at the moment It's a huge mess of various brushes which i need to sort out sometime. If my brush set is a bit more refined i'll post them
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    Insect studies.. I first copied off a photo and then redrawed them from a different angle.. Didn't work out that well but i'll certainlytry to do this kind of thing more

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    I'm enjoying the brush strokes in your latest painting
    keep having fun learning and exploring worlds

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    great environment - looking good. The beetle studies are a nice idea. Didn´t I hear somehting like that in Feng Zhu´s Design cinema? I´ll keep that in mind and give ti a go sometime too. Cheers

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    Holy crap that is sweet! Nice job! Also like the bugs! Reminds me of what Feng Zhu does Keep up the good work and trying new things!

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    Great bugs studies! I shall do that, amazing sketchbook

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    Man love your Sketchbook your architectural drawings are just fantastic !!! i also like your 3d stuff alot and man the last enviroment ... love it !!!!!
    looking forward for more!

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    Jamie Romoser Haha thanks, will do!
    bbwolf that's correct! Feng zhu talked about this method in one of his vids
    Joe777k7 thanks man!
    ChisLu thank you (:
    tj0ri thank you for the kind words!
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    Okay.. It has been, two months since I did some gestures.. and I must say, the lack of practice is noticeable

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    The environment came out in the right direction, believable and pretty.
    You are hammering the yellow cornflowers real gently and effectively.
    If doctor Stewart would see your pose and figure studies, you would
    be treated with a rich and valuable fee. From start to end and vice versa,
    all together without any hesitation. You surprised my soul gently and softly
    with your improvements. You should go like this more and more, swap the
    bug for the frog just like in the humid swamp environment. Keep on
    watering and sprinkling the flooded backyard gardens, cause you
    are evolving and becoming better every time we see a new post from you.


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    LtPlissken Hey man Altough I had to read your comment twice, it made me smile from ear to ear!..I consider your comment a real gem in my sketchbook (:
    And thank you for the encouraging words !
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    Gestures with charcoal, these were done a5
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    Not bad are those drawn from life or from photographs ?

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    Wim Those were drawn from images. I'll be life drawing in a few weeks

    So..Time to work on one of my weakest points, figures completely from imagination
    It's the first time i'm giving it a try..

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    This is AWESOME! I love to watch the progress! Very inspiring.

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    Masterstudy, no colorpicking ..for teen challenge
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    Another env with the same color scheme

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    Wow, last painting is fantastic man, I really like the feel of it. All your envs are really kick-ass.

    Somehow, I feel you're more comfortable with simpler forms and environments than figurative studies though. All the gestures are very nice but the anatomy could use some more solidity. But that just comes with time.

    Push on!

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    Some photostudies

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    Nice updates man, great studies... i really like those gesture studies done with charcoal, and great work with the texture on the last two, great stuff man, keep posting, i'll keep an eye

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    Hey Gpozzo, thanks for the kind words!!
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    It's about time for me to do some portrait studies
    So.. here's one


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    two shitty portraits
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    Another Sargent study

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    Gestures with ref

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    your figure studies and environments are great. The environments are especially beautiful and the brush strokes are interesting

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    Dude, your recent studies are AMAZING!!! Really inspiring stuff. very cool to see the photos right next to the nature studies. Give a new insight. Thank you.
    And I just love the last portrait. But maybe I am predjudiced because I am grooming a big beard myself

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