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    Just took a look at all of your stuff and can say that I can see the progress. Last few pictures (truck and crane) are very good. As mentioned before, you need to work more on perspective and that's it. Keep it up and thanks for sharing.
    I always imagined I could be what I wanted to be.

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    Thanks Fantastico.

    I did another vehicle today... the classic forklift. I tried another workflow though, something I was planning on integrating in my drawings for some time: I spend around 20min in a 3D app and blocked in the main shape of the object, I took a screenshot and I painted on top. I plan to do this more in the future, especially for big environments.
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    your knowledge of 3d certainly has helped, these works are very clean and presentable to a client- i enjoy them greatly, i think uve realy captured them in their simplest forms, and yet perspective and accuracy wise- they are sound. 2 thumbs up!
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    I did something using watercolor today. Last time I played with watercolor was around 15 years ago in school. It's intersecting seeing how it works compared to what I know in Photoshop (+ it's a lot more fun).
    I watched a YouTube video showing how to do the trees below. I will continue doing more stuff like this in the near future.

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    More watercolor trees, this time some type of conifers.

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    It looks like this is the watercolor week for me.
    Today I found out the hard way how complicated it is to figure out the amount of water needed... nothing worked as I wanted. The end result is a lot different then the reference but I learned a lot. I just need to keep practicing.
    I followed this video to make it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4tV19VH9XI

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    Some more watercolor to end the week (still at the level of a 2 year old, but it's what I expected - I will get better some day - until then I'll just keep practicing)

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    I did two studies of panoramic photos I took this year (one last week in the Ciucas Mountains and one this spring at the Black Sea) . I have a tumblr blog where I post these picture if you want to see more: http://picoramic.tumblr.com/
    I plan to do studies of most of them. Keep in mind that I took them with the phone in different positions so the perspective is distorted.

    ~1h/study

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    there was something really captivating about that ball you painted. I couldnt tell you what it is but it was very nice
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    My brother said the same thing about the ball

    Another study from one of my trips. This time Ceahlau.

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    Today I needed a few quick ideas for some cliffs that I'm making in a 3D scene and I did some quick and rough studies in Photoshop before modeling them. It looks like a mess but it gave me a few good ideas.
    The more I did the better ideas I got... I should have done more. I will do more.

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    I also did two more studies of pictures I took earlier this year.

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    Hope you like them.
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    I did two more studies from photos I took last year in Skiathos, Greece. Lovely place.

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    I tried an interesting brush on the second study, one that feels very hard to control and gives random strokes but it felt nice, spontaneous. Brushes are strong...
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    Today I did another study of a panoramic photo I took last autumn near Vanatorile Ponorului. It was warm outside but there was some snow in the river bed.
    The forest in the back was challenging and the snow doesn't look that good but overall I like how it turned out.

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