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March 5th, 2014 #989
Your portrait studies are very solid in how you understand 3D and color, but you seem to consistently neglect proportions. Like the black guy in post 977, for instance. Maybe something to watch for, if you care?
What does doing master studies does for the artist that studying from life or photography can't do? I'd like to hear an explanation of why it's good, not a vague "I've improved, therefore it was the master studies" which is not how scientific evidence works.
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Very nice figural drawings and line work with tablet. Master studies are perfect! So much so, that sometimes can not recognize the original.
Sorry for my poor English.
March 30th, 2014 #991
Your stuff has gotten insane, at first look I had a hard time wondering which was the original painting in your master studies!
I'm a peacock, you gotta let me fly!
March 30th, 2014 #992
You have really levelled up! The master studies inspired me to do my own
March 30th, 2014 #993Registered User
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It's great to see your progress over such an extended time period kudos for keeping it up!
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April 25th, 2014 #996
Wow, so many diligent studies
Definitely inspires me to kick my own ass into shape and practice more too :>
June 1st, 2014 #997
Hey it's been a couple of months since your last post. Hope all is well. Same for me actually. Finally kicking my butt about getting my posts up. I have so many! *bashes head into the wall*. Thanks so much for your post on my SB. I'm definitely gonna get into some art history. Not sure when yet though. Looking forward to your future posts!