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    SkEtCheBook ... Lets Paint!

    [IMG][/IMG]Me trying to learn how to paint with the help of the community
    im 20 been drawing on and off for 3years ..never really paint before or they were faillure.
    Lets say im not gifted with color , but i will work that out in the next few months.
    I want to keep this sketchbook as a process to see where i was back in the days.
    And i wish to meet new people. So, I,ll post everything i do which is relate to painting and sometime drawing.
    Happy to meet u all..


    I spend like 1h45 on it.., one of the first painting i ever did... and the first i spend so much hour on... Can somebody tell how i can make the image smaler lol

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    Do some simple still lifes to help you with rendering and understanding form. Also practice simple shapes and how light falls on them. Render from big to small.

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