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    Hey~^^
    I will watch all your future posts in your SB
    And I'll watch yours~

    Hope you get along with your tablet fast, so you can do even more impressive stuff!!
    I had one before, I consider myself work just fine with it~but it broke=.="

    might be better to think I'm not good yet than just settle down and don't get forward now. I will try to hold my promise to post something everyday. I have a lot of time at night
    You're right

    Now that's a good gun shape over there~
    And about laziness, I'm a pro! X'D<<pathetic
    An advise: don't waste no more time, or else you'll be cursing time for the rest of your life O^O<<or maybe that's just me..

    All right then.I'll come back on the next update.
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    You're right, it's all about the start.I get into the mood once I do.

    Sparta, now the second and third drawings are gorgeous.They got the action and intensity.
    Yes you need to work on your anatomy drawing skill and lines flow.
    I suggest you draw gestures, that would be from posemaniac.com
    I don't know if you know it already, but anyway it'll help you in both capturing the form flow and action, as it'll help making your lines more flowing since you don't lift your hand off the paper.
    Another site I use as a refrence is shutterstock.com, you can find great dynamic poses here.Try for example searching "modern style dancer".I found really handy poses.
    And lastly, some really useful stocks I found on DA. Here.
    I hope it helped.

    Traditional art sure is a good practice, and good luck on your tablet
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    Cool!!! Thanks you very much for the links!! Especially Shutterstock looks so GREAT!! posemaniac will be good for studies. thanks a lot!!
    Oh and the DA site: I knew one of these tips/tutorials image, nice to see the others now too!!!

    Today I'll draw some coloured stuff again. Digitally, because I don't have colours for traditional

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    I really like your last post!

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    Wow!This one's your best painting-till now-
    Keep up the good work, it's a huge improvement this time!
    Oh and about the other version, can't wait to see it

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    WOW! That went from a relaxing to grim REEEAAAAL quick! Good job!

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    I really like it~~
    You know, I was about to ask you what's that thing in the bottom left XD
    It needs more highlight don't you think?Now that I think about it, the kids need highlights surround their shapes.

    I thought about adding some more, like vehicels in the background or blood running down the head of the jumping kid, but I thought that would be too much and make it look unrealistic.
    True.I'll keep that in mind~
    The smoke and the particles of the explosion in the background isn't too good.
    Yeah you should've used a reference.

    Anyway, it's a great mood switch here~
    Keep up the good work!

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    Last one is goergeous! keep on going mate, you're on the right way!
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    excuse my english yo!

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    A colour study:

    I tried a new blending "method". The colour blending at the top was just blended from one, to the other colour. For the blending at the bottom I used a higher saturated colour in the middle. This makes it look more colourfull overall. I'm sure I will need this one day, and also try out in my next painting.

    maybe I will do some sketches for a new painting tonight, if not just some more studies.

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    Good study~
    Though the first method doesn't provide good contrast but it might come in handy.
    The second is totally gorgeous.
    Keep studying and posting~

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    uh, I think you missunderstood something ^^ the first one is like i allways did: I just blended from one colour to the other, in the mid there is the mixture of the two colours i want to blend.
    The new method is the one at the bottom. That's the one I want to use more often from now on, because it just looks much more fantastic
    for sad pictures the top is maybe the better choice, but I will ahve to do some tests on that

    Also I found two very good sites:

    -http://itchstudios.com/psg/art_tut.htm#top
    -http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/509160 (this one tutorial about lineart, I'm not sure what the site is for normally )

    I will carefully read all the tips and ideas that are mentioned, in the first link I love the study-part.

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    Hey love the blending study!! Definitely going to need to try that, think it could really help. Is the original method what people mean when they say the painting looks 'muddy'. I can see that making sense now
    I look forward to seeing the futuristic city keep it up
    Check out my thread if you get a chance
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    I am working on three projects right now, so it's hard to find time for studys. I could post some progress of my city, i set up the light and shadows.

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    Great seeing those studies coming!

    nice one on the blending one, I am one of those who suffers from "muddy" colors so gonna try this on my next thing.

    Also the city is looking great so far, the only thing that looks a bit weird to me is that square at the far right, I think the top line is exactly at horizon level so it may look better being a straight line, but Im not really sure what it is yet so whateve

    Also check this out for epic straight lines If you havent already: http://www.youtube.com/watch?list=UL...psNmdwM#t=454s

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