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    Thank YOU every body, those kind words make me feel good and gives me hope!!!


    a quick 1 hour random freestyle sketch before work today, just seeing if i can render forms a little better,

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    Adrian, looking at that last study of the schooner is such a motivater. A huge step up for you. Do more of those studies, and good things will happen!
    Speaking of, I need to get in some more studies myself, it's been a while.

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    This weeks EOW no.181, wip 1, around 6+ hours thus far still loads more to do!
    luckily i got all day tomorrow
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    Pc troubles again

    so this is my final for now i'll see if i can reinstall windows and fix my computer,
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    Finally fixed my PC thank the LORD!!

    also an acrylic painting from last nite, and some studies and drawings from today.
    messed the acrylic painting up a bit destroyed the sky, but i tried different methods afterwards but sort of failed to rescue it.
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    Lets play some MAGIC

    so i got tons of magic cards at home, thought id put them to good use.
    a speedy study today before i head off.


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    Nice studies, keep drawing brother!

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    Lets Play some MAGIC no.2

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    I think I forgot to mention in the Spartan Camp topic, I like your hand studies and the cloaked figures.
    Magic cards I never played with such ones but I have some because they are so pretty and/or funny. I drew them before but maybe I should do again, better, digitally... About your versions: The wolf should have a more badass face, he got such a stupid look because of the eyes. The original has big open ones too but not complete circles and the shadow of the upper lid helps. The scribbles and soft brushes don't look good.
    The goblin is kinda obscure in the original and you kept that... I think these cards deserve a little more time and effort, they have a nice background too.

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    I'm envious, I'm barely able to do anything in the morning...
    The animals are impressive , your figures are improving, some of them has a nice flow (at least one, the back 3/4 viewed incomplete man)... You should focus more on your faces before I can let loose my strict inner critic

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    That acryllic painting is DELICIOUS.

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    bed time, lost a bit of time when the pc played up again, this time i made
    several back ups and got it working after a small nap. . .
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    nearing final really gotta render out that chest its bad, and the black lines everywhere. but i'm happy this piece is awesome!



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    The turtle/skull/parrot sketch trio is cool
    I obviously need to say a few word about the portrait now I thanked your post in the SC topic, I won't do it again. It's hard to know what are you thinking because your verbose level is the opposite of mine but maybe you took my words as a challenge? My memory isn't the best, I look at too many SBs and stuff in CC too but it's probably your best face this far. I like the expression, she's a lil bit crosseyed.
    Sexy gal in the bottom in the middle, except his totally misplaced volumeless head. Not like I'm one to talk, I'm not so horrible with heads except when they has a body too... Annoying thing.
    It seems you had some fun time with your Chow pic. It has a few nice points, I like the flowing ribbon thing, his human leg (not totally correct but its rendering doesn't include sketchy hairy lines than the rest), the knee armor (it's kinda simple but still looks metallic) and I always had a thing for scythes.
    The plants in the background shouldn't be so detailful, it distracts us a little just because they are sharp. The figure is the main focus, he's busy enough, the background should be softer in my opinion.
    The biggest flaw is your rendering (the usual, it's not a painting but a sketch with colors and some rendering but still having the sketchy lines) though you took some steps into the right direction.
    I didn't want to be this critical but I had to stay silent about it then and we both now I'm not that type.
    You do much more interesting designs than you can render it so well that it could satisfy my curiousity about the parts but your render skills will catch up to it. Imagination would be harder to get
    And of course, these are just my thoughts.

    Don't expect me too much in the very future, I go and work on my own skills before you get much better than be at everything.

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    Pick of my Favorite drawings between work over the weekend
    mostly on the train/ only used ref for two portraits.

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    brother i admire your persistance, hard work and determination. i see some quality improvement in your work and your only going to get better. Im not much for crits, for that i am sorry. but your hard work will only be positive awesomeness in future. Just keep rocking dude. Your heart is clearly into the arts. my liking #292 from you. u will be successful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! my friend

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    wow that last guy is crazy, theres enough ideas in there for 4 or 5 super heroes! he got bitten by a radioactive NinjaHoboThorPirateHippyCybermage and now has the powers of a NinjaHoboThorPirateHippyCybermage; he is NinjaHoboThorPirateHippyCybermageman!
    i like the bonkers footwear, but how does he fire his flintlock?
    keep up the good work dude, saluting guy is a big step forward, just keep checking your proportions

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    Morning session, now that i have Uni time is gonna be tight.

    Velocity Kendall: im aure the time machine is retractable LOL
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    used reference on the animals and plants the rest is all me

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    Mostly from the mind except for the Bridgman stuff.

    Even in death (Bridgman) he teaches. What a legacy to leave behind.


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