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    You make me wanna train at an Atelier. How do you make those textures?
    Come say Hi! I could always use a boost.

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    @Dominicque1 - Awesome, I had an amazing experience at Swedish Academy of Realist Art. Highly recommend. Which textures are you referring to?

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    P r o g r e s s, came a long way today.
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    Hey dude, glad to see you back. The skin tones and brushiness on that skin is nice. I can give you some feedback too if you want. Like, the right hand (our right) is a little wonky, might benefit from you sketching over it a little to fix the construction / perspective.

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    woah holy shit man... superb sketchbook and skills. *subscribed*

    i liked the last sketch better with less focus on the background, but man im blown away.
    "Have only 4 values, but all the edges you want."
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    "To any man who has slaved to acquire skill in his art, it is most irritating to have his ability referred to as a 'gift.'"
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    Maybe a wall of text, just organizing my thoughts.

    Aright, checking in to CA. Got a part time job at the atelier I was studying at, as an assistance teacher. I work with first and second year students, helping them in their training to draw and copy bargues and casts accurately to life which is a lot of fun. It's only part time, so I have time to work on personal stuff as well. Currently I have that big drawing of a guy holding another dead guy as well as some other minor things, but that's sort of the main thing. Got a series planned for that one in similar theme and feeling. Money's a bit tight at the moment, but I'll find out a way to get the canvas so I can transfer it. Been procrastinating it for a little while but was reminded recently by a friend to not be a slave to my materials, make it work somehow.

    In my head I've been thinking that if I do quick but attractive still lives I could afford the canvas which does make some sense, but it's so god damn easy to fall into the pit and getting stuck there. I love doing still lives, they're a great challenge and they look attractive so definitely no hate. However, t's not personal in the same way the larger piece is. It's not the same message or story I want to process and share. If larger storytelling figurative work is the squats of my art, then still life would be my calf press. Something you do to assist the main lift (great gym-analogy William). Not feeling guilty for painting still lives though, if it gets me painting it's worth doing, always.

    @sone_one - Thanks dude Appreciate it!

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    Lovely and yummy Atelier work!

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    Happy new year CA!

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    Never posted my narcissus painting I think, not done but i'm unsure if I should continue on it. Many things that are fundamentally strange, and I feel like i reached that stage where it's just better to move on in a way.
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    One the easel currently, but I will start another big one so I can work on them both at the same time. It's starting to become very difficult on deciding what's working and what's lacking. Most things can be rendered more, but there's some compositional things I need to solve and they're harder to figure out now. The soup is missing some spices essentially, and I just gotta find the right ones. Learning so much with this one
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    Something from way back I found in my parents house that I actually was happy to see again haha
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    New year, same me, but i'm venturing into another year that will be filled with growth. May your 2019 be filled with wonder and curiosity, big art gains and lots of love.
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    Happy New Years Man! Feeling the chills from that second painting! Keep Grinding!

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    �� love the sheer amount of dedication you've put into your work. your linework is so gentle and elegant, i find myself so inspired having looked through your sketchbook. may 2019 bring you another great year of progress bud

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