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    Oh yeah, my names Daniel, srry Nibras

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    Some mindless doodles~ about an hours worth. Its a lot harder than it looks to draw with your hand in the air as you get the the sides haha(as ! was drawing on my lap).

    17 yrs so critique me HARD!!!!!

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    Wow, fantastic start, love your portraits! Keep at it, can't wait to see more

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    Some people ask me how I manage to improve fast. Without being arogent, its become im never happy with my work. EVER! I can see every single mistake I make. Everything that doesnt look perfect and I compare myself to the very best artists. It really gets to you after a while and although I continue to improve, I'm never happy until my artwork looks amazing, which in my eyes, never will. So if you want to know how I improve, thats how, but I wouldnt recomend it.

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    5 hour portreit
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    Wow! You got some strong lineart going! Your colors are very muddy though. I think it's happening because you're using a darker value of the same color as your base to shade. This is especially bad for skin, as it makes the skin seem lifeless and plastic.
    Shadows aren't just black, they have color. It is usually the complimentary color to the base color. Another thing to keep in mind is that shadows are usually more saturated than light.

    http://www.itchstudios.com/psg/art_tut.htm <------- I'd recommend reading this.

    Hopefully this helps and isn't too confusing!

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    Patonki:Thanklyou very much! Possibly the best advise I have recieved man, how the shadows are made of the complimentory of the base colours. Really helpful and thanks again

    A 15 minute speedpainting from one the Luvisi's works.
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    Nearly finished
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