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    @Lightship, Thanks a lot man

    @Benjamin, thanks, portraits one of my weak points at the moment (digitally at least)
    i'm loving the course myself, but it really depends on what course you're applying for, it seems like you would be more swayed towards illustration and i can only really comment on fine art in terms of fine art like most courses it's pretty independent and unstructured so there wont be much in terms of the technical side of drawing etc. but it's good for other stuff. can't say much about other courses other than it's an awesome place to be!

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    time for an update i suppose!

    few studys i've done for the crimson daggers bloodsports, i'm going to be redesigning a cover for 'my neighbour totoro'
    also, quick landscape testing out some new brushes
    and finally a quick 20 minute paint to practice skin tones, no reference used

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    tonights study - still life from observation

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    couple of studys and sketches for this crimson daggers bloodsports 6

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    Have decided to build a portfolio as a goal for this year so i am
    reworking a couple of older pieces to start it off, they are still fairly rough but any comments on the compositions are appreciated.
    Waiting for my orange to go mouldy too so i can do another study from it
    Also working on a fairly large traditional piece on my fine art course, photos coming soon!
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    Amazing stuff man, im also 19, but not quiet as good, really inspiring stuff, do you use reference for the environments?

    -We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit.

    -Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon 'em.

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    Thanks rem, good to see some people the same age on here, no i generally don't, probably should though

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    you got a nice thing going here! keep them coming!

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    decided to have a go painting up one of the life drawings, not sure what i tihnk about it, but might do more to do it later


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    made a start on bloodsports 7 for crimson daggers; redesigning the zelda game 'the wind waker'. excited about this one although i've never played the game :p
    looking to stylize it towards some contemporary traditional painters i love, particularly revolving around colour and brushwork.

    also a comp sketch


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    todays update; some more life drawing and a oil painting of last week's life drawing, sorry for the crap photos




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    17 hours painting today, feel like my head is going to explode because of all the whitespirit!
    anyway, here is a picture i took of my studio, will get good photos of the finished paintings soon, and upload more lifedrawing ive done + zelda updates, sleep now


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    (slaps mindwrack) How dare you never play zelda ww one of my favorite games.
    Really like how that enviroments turning out really like the red in the sky makes it look like a volcano's there.
    Also 17 hours of drawing holy shit I can barely concentrate for 3 hours.

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    thanks triggerpigking i do mean to play it at some point, it looks great!
    updates!
    more lifedrawing;






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    painted one of my life drawings, had to make up the colours and lighting etc. though

    same with this one, it isnt finished yet, you can tell by the lack of face, but figured i would upload anyway

    time for some more zelda work now!

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    unfortunately i didnt have time to finish this bloodsports because i had too much work the past couple of weeks, but i do plan on finishing at some point, won't be able to submit to the kotaku deadline either because i'm in paris on an art related trip the whole of next week, anyway, here is how far i got, i have a problem with faces in the context of figures at the moment, but will be sure to do more studys;



    also a very quick 20 minute plant study


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    Wow amazing paintings you have there. The way you paint skin and environments it is inspiring. I really don't have much to critique here.

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    back from paris, was seriously amazing! really really inspiring, will make a post about it soon, but for now here is some work i've done on another rework


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    quick update for today, had a quick painting battle, the theme was 'scarred landscape'
    so here is mine;

    unfortunately i lost my sketchbook in the louvre so i can't update with anything i did in paris! lost all of my life drawings too which sucks, but hey, it was still hugely inspirational
    my orange has finally gone mouldy so im going to paint it again

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    [IMG]my orange is finally gone off so i painted it again, ill though so haven't been extremely productive

    might do another when it's even more gone off[/IMG]

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    sumo study for bloodsports 8
    still having troubles with faces


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    Oh I dont know bud, as you look at it you dont look at the faces! its the action going on that sells it and the gersture is all there and the sense of a titanic collision, its good.

    all the best with it and I look forward to the next ones

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    great work!
    i see talent, dedication and passion. keep going that way and you will become a top knotch artist.

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    great stuff man!

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    oops havent been updating in a while, so here goes!

    first up are some photos i took in the louvre, unfortunately i only had my fisheye lens on me but HEY
    these are all paintings by Rubens in the Marie de' Medici cycle, it's a series of paintings which were commissioned by the french royal family,
    they were seriously the best paintings i've ever seen haha, the photos don't do them justice






    also a photo i took in the paris catacombs, didn't get as many as i hoped down there because it was so dark, and they did not allow flash


    next up an oil version of one of my previous pieces, not really finished but i doubt ill do much more to it, i need to get better photos of my work :p


    finally a couple of quick environment speeds, not sure if ill take em any further



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    There's clear mood and sensible colour choices but I think you need to consider what is holding these rocks up. Granted there's a little room for exaggeration and fantasy, but some of these spikes and bridges are so thin they would just collapse.

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    Hi matey

    Thanks for the SB visit that was very kind! I must say first of all that I am slightly jealous of your visit to the Louvre, well more than slightly jealous if I'm honest lol, that must have bee quite an experience mate did you discover any new favourites while you were there.

    That photograph with the skulls is absoloutely brilliant as well, I am going to point a few people here to look at that.

    well done, and keep up the good work mate, just post a bit more frequently pls I need the inspiration.
    All the best to you.

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