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    Fun stuff so far
    I think your biggest issue currently is edge control. You've got sort of a fuzzy look about your paintings and "hairy lines".
    I think if you work on those two things you'll find a noticeable improvement quite quickly
    Happy sketching!


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    A small update.

    The dog is another idea for my father. Can't really decide what to draw for him yet.

    There is a school project to create a poster exhibiting your work so I was thinking of ideas. Some sort of bird/eagle carrying something representing art or digital art. Perhaps an eagle carrying a computer screen or maybe just sitting next to a large bucket of paint

    Last but not least, the raccoons were sketched in class from a photo. I really enjoyed it.
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    Yes, it is just a hand holding a calligraphic ink pen
    I really didn't focus much on the details of this as I was just using it as a small element on the CD cover I am designing for my college project (see above).
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    Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook. You got some great drawings here, I really like your animal studies. Keep up the good work!
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    Thank you, Baudolino.
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    You show great potential bro, keep on rockin them sketches!

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    An update for the poster idea. I think I'm going to go for some sort of large bird/gryphon carrying some sort of brush through the high mountains.

    Anyway this is a sketch of an Andean Condor (one of the largest flying birds).
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    I'm working on the poster for my school project. I must say I have never drawn this big (A3 landscape, not portrait) and it is really really hard for me.

    The eagle is supposed to be leaving behind him a trail of something (haven't done that part yet) that brings life to nature, hence the rest of the image is very gloomy and dead. I took this idea from Fantasia 2000 -- Firebird - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FWq17CT6Cs

    I would really like some help for this, please.
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    Update on the poster.

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    Thanks for the continuing support!

    Keep on working hard. Working digitally is hard thing to master but so much fun.

    Try to add some distance to the eagle painting. The objects that go farther away from you generally go lighter in value because of the atmosphere in betwene so you can try doing the mountains in the background with some lighter values.
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    Another update on the poster.
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    I love the dog with the Piano- I used to have a dog just like that .
    Keep up the good fight ^_^

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    Really nice stuff for your lack of experience. I like the cardinal painting, it's very realistic, though I would've defined some of its feathers, cardinals don't have fur! It seems you have an interest in drawing birds. A tip that I would give you is to study the anatomy of various types of birds, from the skeleton to the muscles-this way you will have an easier time laying in the overall form of the bird, and eventually you'd be able to create your own drawings of birds from imagination.
    I hope to see some more drawings! gl =)

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    Hey Meteor! Thanks for stopping by... your new stuff is awesome. I really like the idea and general feeling of your last piece! I only would suggest to do some minor changes to the contrast to make the bird more visible since he is the most important element in the painting. Looking forward to the next updates!
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    Thank you Johnny, Rhubix and Baudolino for your nice comments and advice.

    I did a bit more work on the image today but it all got deleted when my PS crashed (I was sure I saved). It wasn't much, plus, I'm sure now I'll do everything even better. I honestly can say it was the first time it happened to me with painting digitally.

    I'd just like to say how much I appreciate everyone taking the time to look and comment on my work. Thank you again.
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