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Landscape study as always.
Love the one with the girl wearing the white mask on page 1. You're really good at drawing humans. You have a way of bringing them to life
PeiPei Glad you like ma stuff!
I´m quite tired, so only a landscape again. Picture found on the website of National Geographic. They have really interesting stuff, so I´m gonna look up there more often.
Sweet enviro studies man.
CarbonBased Thanks. Glad you dropped by again.
2 envs without any ref. The second one actually had a lineart before. My paintings tend to look better with them. Wanted to do a dry landscape that started to bloom after a shift in climate. Still have to get rid of the "painting sucks without lines"-thingy. Appreciate any tips on that.
Oh look, happy trees! The cast shadows are a bit fail, haha.
Since this sb is sorta new...Welcome!
Good to see you takling a wide variety of studies! I like the look and feel of this one.
Keep 'em coming!
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Was busy doing university stuff the last two days. Here a paintover of a maquette I recently did. Noticed, that my color pattern for clothes tend to look always the same.
Studies from Artsy Poses. I like the site, but I think they should broaden their collection.
beautiful beautiful studies, keep em going!
Kerah Thanks, will do.
Did some Anatomy Studies with biodigitalhuman.com. Awesome tool. Noticing things, I didnt with pictures. Dont want to upload them, though.
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