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    clothing sketches





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    this is totally a real place!



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    a creature design!



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    hippo skull!

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    Strong improvement is going on! Tradiotional seems to be weaker than your digital drawings, but this last ink skull ir really good.
    From digitals I like post #63 and the self portrait. Just keep on pushing your limits.

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    Hey thanks vanaga! Yeah you're right, I'm always having a hard time putting down confident lines when working traditional.

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    Here's my life drawing stuff from the last few weeks!





















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    Hey guys!

    Congratulations, you all won a ticket to kick my ass next time I try to be lazy!
    I've been travelling around Australia for the last few months so I didn't do a lot of art. I should have though! So now I am forcing myself to draw/paint every day, and even though the word "forcing" sounds I bit harsh it's actually a lot of fun! Hope it'll stay that way.

    But, I didn't do nothing, so here's just a bit of a sketch and study dumb to get me back on track!

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    Aaand here's today's studie! 30 min



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    This collection is very fine.

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    Thank you!


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    The lives studies are real eye candys. Could you tell me what kind of tool did you used? It looks like Charcoal, but I could be wrong...

    "It's a time machine, Napoleon. We bought it online."

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    nice, you're progressing really well, keep it up

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    Qikalain Thanks man! Yeah you got it right, I used charcoal for the life drawings sometimes. Loved it! It was so much more comfortable for me, and I really like to fill those large shadows really quick, it just has a great flow to me personally! So yeah, thank you

    DaevidK Thanks mate, will do!

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    David, your digital art studies are stunning! i love your landscapes work, and portraits.

    I see huge potential here, and judging from the way your skills seem to improving.. i bet you'd make a great conceptual artist.

    Keep em coming!

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    Thanks a lot, Mepainter! Here's a new landscape, just for you

    This was sort of an experiment. Instead of starting with a blank canvass, I used some distorted photos as a base and for the values like Feng Zhu did in one of his videos, and then painted over it.

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    Another speedy I feel like I'm learning a lot!

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    Oh that castle one is looking good! Keep it up mate.

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    your paintings look great, but it looks like your linework is not as strong.
    keep up with your studies, you are doing great.

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    Great environments, and the life drawings look good too!

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    Thanks a lot, guys!

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    ahh dude! you inspire to do more landscapes... keep rocking!

    (btw you aren't already back to germany right?)

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    Nope, still kickin around in Melbourne town!
    Thanks! Go for it

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    Studyinnnnng. Might continue working on this fella, I like his expression and I learn a lot from painting his face

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    WOW! so many cool art here. And I really like yours life drawings, that are great
    Keep it up, and of course I'll be waiting for new stuff from you

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    Thank you man!

    I finished the last portrait, reference is "Stranger #57" by Danny St by the way!



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    Hi!
    This last portrait is great. Forms, lights and final expression - everything works.
    One thing: everything is painted but his beard looks like drawn with pen (a lot of short tiny lines).

    Anyway - good work!

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    Thanks for the comment, Stan! Well a beard is essentially a lot of short tiny lines It seemed like the best way to make it look realistic to me. But I see what you mean!


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