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    Hey man, nice progress there. I think that your drawing skill art getting better and better. Loomis uber alles :-) Nice proportions and hands.
    But I think that your painting, your portraits, need more contrast. I dunno, maybe you should work in black and white to study values. Btw, this is imo your best portrait.

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    Great studies, maybe try pushing the darks in your digitals, a lot of it seems really light. Anyway, keep it up.

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    Hey Jabbit.

    Good going, keep working hard and pay extra attention to really nailing all proportions in your drawing. Spend as much time as you need on really nailing your studies, don't worry about quantity much.

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    xyphid thanks so much for the advice man, i've been thinking about spending a few days on one study.

    Heres some stuff a pencil portrait and a value study where i tried to get the values correct. Then some speedy animal paintings. Wont be updating here for a week.

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    hey dude, thanks for your advice ;-) still fighting with perspective.

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    Glad to see ca up again and the new uploader is very helpful, although still tedious. Anyhow heres some studies in no specific order.

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    some more crap

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    Hi! Great study stuff! It's not crap, look right way good. Just dont drop it draw and result will be much better. Also put attention on color, dont afraind bright colors)

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    n1frit thanks for the advice, will make sure to focus on colour.
    Heres a screencap study, i have some stuff i can't be bothered to scan as well haha

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    Great studys! Keep up the good work.

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    Heres a study of a rock and a bit of anatomy.

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    haven't updated as much as i should and i have no excuse for that. Anyway i have a load of drawings on printer paper i cant be bothered to scan so i have a photo of some, and then a few scans. Will be working on digital stuff this afternoon.

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    Started using pen pressure to control opacity again after stopping for a while, finding it hard not to make everything muddy. Heres a skull from life which is muddy and a photo study of a lady where i messed the head up completely

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    Been drawing some vehicles, apologies for the poor quality; these are photos rather than scans.

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    Hey Jabbit! I like your Ps studies. Good work with the body sketches! I'm struggling with those myself..puh! Lots of hard work to get those lines in shape. Keep up the good work!

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    Havent updated for a while, heres some stuff. The first is without ref but i gave up when i realised it had the anatomy of a giraffe, the rest are studies. I'm too lazy to scan pencils

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    still life

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    I need to start aiming to update everyday. I have some drawings that i haven't uploaded but i think it would be easier just to post the things that i have done on the day that it do them, mostly because i am lazy and re-sizing images is tedious. Heres the stuff from today, sorry about the quality i'm drawing on a3 paper so i cant scan it. Also a digital wip that i really can't be bothered with.

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    Two still lives of ann onion in different lighting, which i wish i spent more time on. Some head studies from photos and some shameful heads from imagination haha as well as gestures and hands.

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    Not my most productive day, but onwards and upwards. Some poor quality photos of poor quality drawings here, one of which is is a Sargent master study that was very humbling. Also been trying to draw from imagination more as it is a good way to pinpoint weaknesses.

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    ers wot i av bin doin m8. Some drawing stuff, sorry about the photo quality. And a study of a section of a Sargent portrait.

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    two still lives, gave up on the grapefruit juice one, started to look too confusing.

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    Think this makes it pretty much up to date, gestures and usual stuff. I need to slow down and actually complete something, also i feel i am getting better at drawing from imagination which is good.

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    arms: loomis, hogarth, photo, imagination

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    I see a lot of attempts but you need more dedication.

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    I'm back after some kind of hiatus. Heres some sketchbook stuff.

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    Something a bit original.

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    That last thing's a nice experiment, just watch the shadows on his face. It gets particularly wonky around the nose. In general, you observe well, but you could put a bit more swing into your lines, like a bit more holistic approach if you know what i mean?

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    wintery scene, heavily referenced but i wouldn't say that its just a study.
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    Looked through the SB and i can definetly see the improvement, the amount of life drawings is very good and essencial to understand anatomy, perspective, etc.
    So all i can say is to keep on practicing and always correcting yourself.
    I find that measured drawings paired with more gestural/free drawings of the same subject really help to understand what i am studying, they also train the eye very well!
    Good work and Merry Christmas!

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