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    Keep on with your painting. Its still in the "sketch" phase so things are easily fixed!

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    HANNNDSSS

    Pfft hands are easy

    This time I worked from a picture just needed a feel to break things down
    30 layers about 2 hours

    Heres ref pic then my drawing

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    I find it funny you say that hands are easy, when I see like 100 problems with your paintings. wow 30 layers? O.o.....

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    sarcasm -_-
    just say your positive feedback or don't come back, you tend to ruin my moods...
    You know what? At least it actually LOOKS like hands god dam, and its not that far from the reference pic. I know its not PERFECT but it shouldn't be, so list your problems and be on your way, GOOD DAY SIR

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    -all around anatomy is off
    -proportions are off
    -you are jumping in to detail way to fast, you should be making sure form and values are right.
    -sarcasm doesn't translate over the internet very well

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    Thanks my friend for your nice comment and advice you have left it in my sketchbook.

    you have a good studies that shown clearly in your artworks, like , light , grey-
    scale study, also anatomy .

    keep it up my friend

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    Did you even look at the beautiful reference pic that I gave everyone to check out first?
    I jumped to details becuase I didnt want to spend eterety in just the values, I ACTUALLY HAND PICKED THEM instead of just copying from the pic WHICH MANY TIMES IN LIFE YOU CANT DO. I can agree that maybe I should have worked harder but I DISAGREE that the all around anatomy is off.
    There are two hands, good sir, one is in the forefront and the other is closer to the background mostly hidden by the first hand. This is becuase they are engaged in an act called "hand shaking". If you conceived that this whole picture was one hand, then you need to get your eyes checked. ALSO, If your going to state your argument that many people can get the picture spot on without coloring over the reference picture or taking the tones directly from the picture I beg sir please send me a link and ill gladly take note of it for future arguments. Otherwise, even on concept art I have yet to see a picture like that.
    Not to rattle on, but this exercise was to test my eyes on the accuracy it portrays to my digital canvas.
    I wasn't going to sell it and make it picture perfect. Matter of fact, if my hands are off I would like to see a sketch where you can do it better you troll..


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    -You're being a dick
    -You're being ignorant
    -STOP BEING A DICK
    -STOP BEING IGNORANT
    -is it your time of the month or something?
    -Not sure what "but there is two hands not one" has anything to do about anything

    -"many people can get the picture spot on without coloring over the reference picture or taking the tones directly from the picture" MOST PEOPLE DO. idk wtf you are looking at that would make you think otherwise. But most people eye ball colors and value, that is how you LEARN.

    -"to test my eyes on the accuracy it portrays to my digital canvas" I am pretty sure it's call LEARNING VALUE, whether or not through pencil or anything else. Not sure what your point is, everyone has to do this, so try again, better excuses plox.

    -"if my hands are off I would like to see a sketch where you can do it better you troll.." Why would you need to see someone else do it?? IT'S RIGHT THERE ON THE PICTURE, ALL OF THE INFORMATION IS RIGHT THERE. Having someone else do a sketch does NOTHING, proves nothing, and has NOTHING to do with you learning or taking a crit, that you can't seem to handle.


    Whether or not you think you are right, you aren't. There is a reason you want other peoples help, did you not post here hoping for help? Of course you did, or else there would be no point, you aren't good there for can't show off anything. I think the truth of the matter is that you can't take the truth. All you are doing is making excuses for yourself, just own up to the fact your are wrong, that is fine. Everyone is wrong at some point. I only want to help YOU. I have no reason to tell you lies. Yet you act like I told you something unbelievable and that I must be wrong. Well fact is I'm not wrong, everything I said is true, whether you like it or not, it is. Now either you face the fact that you did do it wrong and what I pointed out to you was in fact wrong, then you can move on and progress. Or you can say i'm wrong and not accept what I said, and NOT PROGRESS. And ignore everyone ones advice because you think everyone but you is wrong.

    There are thousands of people who will stroke you but not many who will give actual crits, they are few and far between, so don't burn most of them off, or no one is going to help you.

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    I'm going to agree with Diarum. The hands are off. The knuckles don't read as in the right places. Colour picking the values is useless to get values right - the little finger should be a silhouette along with most of the ring finger. Your still life of a glass is sloppy - no point in doing any exercises if that's that's the approach. If you're going to improve you're going have to learn to take criticism. There will be good and bad - learning to sort them out is a step in the right direction. One way is to go to the WIP/Critique section and see if you can give a constructive critique there - it's harder than you think, but you learn a lot about your own work at the same time.

    Mentors are hard to come by, but I'll nag and expect you to do the same. SBs sort of work that way round here. You say people don't stay still - look in the mirror - there's a perfect person to practice on who won't get offended if you yell at them to stay put. Next, do still lives. Lots of them. It teaches you form and value that you can apply elsewhere.

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    When you say ive got a 100 problems and don't list them right away I feel like your being a jerk.

    Thank you for the advice, I can take criticism, but Black Spot actually gave me immediate feedback instead of listing problems with no basis.
    @Black Spot
    Will definitely work on that, hell, I can see my face and hands everyday
    I found a few websites that have free nudes and started to do at least 9 5min sketches of them. I think im still shakey on grey scale but I guess I have to work even harder on my values
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    There seemed to be some sort of misunderstanding... I get stroked all the time, kind of annoying...
    sorry for the initial attack, but when someone upsets you in something your serious about it hurts...
    Not to dramatize but thank you...
    Its up to me and you to put this behind, ill get a tougher hide this time around.

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    Sup, thanks for the comment! The original pokemon were great!

    Are you planing on doing five minute value studies? 5 minutes is enough to get down some nice lines and basic form, but I think that would be too fast to make an accurate value study. Make sure you work on longer stuff too, like 1-2 hours. And don't forget to apply your studies and work from imagination neither!

    Now draw some stuff :/

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    Lets skip past the arguing and post more art shall we? O.o

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    Sorry

    Yes its been a while, BUT Ive still been busy with my art lucky me...
    Newest to oldest Studies are oldest
    Some of the many things ive been busying myself with
    Need to do some more stuff with my tablet, its just sitting on my desk ready to break.

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