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    how is sketchbrick formed

    Hello. I'm Crow. I've lurked accountless for a long time because of needless fear. I'm old enough now to understand that dosen't help any. (watching other people's progression over time has helped, too.) That's a dime a dozen story though, so no more talking. Here's stuff. Burn it with expertise.


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    I will try to upload something everyday because that's what a good boy should do.
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    i have discovered that i am going to need to press down harder for my new scanner. i apparently draw way too light for a lot of my sketches to be picked up. time to break out the 4B.
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    steven kim 90m portrait practice

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    my internal measurement of time is awful. 30m in = "hey, i'm making pretty good progress. I should have something pretty nice by the end." 80m "WHERE DID MY TIME GO IT'S SO UNFINISHED EVERYTHING IS WRONG AAAAAAAAAA"
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    Hey bud, I'm no expert but I can give some advice. A few things I can point out from that last
    grayscale paint. Don't use that repeating custom brush on the right as you can see it repeats,
    try an adjust the brush with scattering or something to break that up. It looks digital because
    there's little blending. Keep your opacity around 20% and blend it on places where it needs
    blending using the eyedropper, like on the face. Maybe add some texture to the brush so it's
    not entirely flat too?

    You've definitely got some good work there, your values are quite solid. Try and avoid pure
    black though only for really specific crevices.

    Good stuff!
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    keep austin grackle
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    Haha XD

    Cool stuff! I can tell this is going to be an entertaining sketchbook to keep track of. :p Not much to say just keep on pushing...keeping on working. Would like to see more traditional stuffs though.
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    didn't really work today
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    today i learned what contrapposto means

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    Nice portraits! You did an especially good job on the second. Sweet shading, Is one of them a self? :p
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    the last portrait rocks! Keep drawing your figures and the anatomy stuff
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