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    Hum, good question... I think i spend about 1,5-2 hours on that one.

    Uuuuuup, dooooown!
    Uuuuuup, dooooown!

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    After today's painting on the bridge keeper

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    Model sculpturing, workt for about 7,5 hours on this one

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    And here's the last tweaks on the Bridge Keeper.

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    Hand and glass study, all in one!

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    hey man AMAZING studies youre really getting better at rendering that glass looks kick ass

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    Thanks dude

    Here's som weapon silhouettes

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    Played around with one of them

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    Some character designs for CHOW - life

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    character of the Week "life" WiP

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    Me, my self and I! Self portrait in mirror.

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    At first glance you leave me at a loss of words, But I think I thought of a few tiny little things to say.

    First of all kuddo's on the life sketches. If anything drawing from life teaches us all best
    I've once been told it's a good practice to do about 10 'gesture sketches' everyday to learn more and more about the human body and anatomy.
    The most known source (though not 100% from life) is posemaniacs.

    character of the Week "life" WiP a few posts back seems to be suffering from an Escher spine: As in a spine bend to an impossible/inhuman angle.
    Usually it's done with women in attempt to show both boobs and ass at the same time 'properly'. The atmosphere of that one is wonderful, however, I can atm only envy that.


    Your faces are great but in 2/3 perspective you seem to put the most visible eye a bit too far out. Just a pinch though that or I'm wrong here =3

    Also when you're slapping on (kinda like I want it done by the looks of it) hair you seem to just scribble something (most noticeable in your self-portrait). Hair has direction and doesn't double back on itself unless it's all broken or has to look like a bunch of straw perched on your head.
    Try lifting your pencil, pen or whatever you're using up before returning to make a new hair.

    Hope you can make sense of what I said here! Good work and keep it up. Have fun practicing more =3

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    Nice studies, but your originals look a bit messy. I'd suggest using brushes with higher opacity.

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    First of all, thank you guys for taking the time to figure out on what I need to do to improve my skills. I really appreciate this!

    toxkillfraex

    I do agree about that we learn best by drawing from life. I have 2.5 hours of life drawing every Monday in school, and this have helped me improve a lot.

    Thanks for the tip for my ChoW painting, changed the pose a bit. It's still not 100% naturalistic, but hopefully better then before.

    And I know about the hair in my portrait. Haha got lazy in the end and didn't take the time to really study it. Will do this more carefully in my next attempt.


    LeaderOfZombies

    I have already start using brushes with higher opacity then I did when started out painting digital and find it very useful, though I’m not completely comfortable with it yet. Guess I just have to push the technique even further.



    ChoW “life” final. Cant say I''m to happy with the result of this one.... but I guess it's better then nothing.

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    Some sketches for C.O.W. #282, Demonic Speedster w/ variants. Going to produce a lot more sketches for this one though, I'm not satisfied with any of those.

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    And here's a sketch of a room that I visited last night in my dreams.

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    C.O.W. #282, Demonic Speedster w/ variants silhouettes.

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    that latest sillouhetes look strong, take some of em to the next level! id love to see what else you can add to them also keep up the studies they are an artists bread and butter !

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    Thank you lionheartGFX. I'll give you a update on the sillouhetes later

    Here's some random stuff from school..

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    today's update on the silhouettes. Will work more on the lightning and color variation next time I work on them.

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    Skull studies

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    Experimenting with different way's to do thumbnails

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    Random stuff from my analog sketchbook

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    WiP - Ruins of the birdmen

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    Today's study - still life

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    Redraw my Demonic Speedsters, still just a wip though

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    From today's life drawing class

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    Started this one today
    ChoW - Post-Apocalyptic Santa WiP

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    Was inspired by my good friend Bjuvlar to do a armor study

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    Super fast study of a chimpanzee...

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    After today's painting on my Post-Apocalyptic Santa

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    Hi mate! Incredible improvement in only 4 months. The study on light and forms is clearly visible.

    "The fulfillment of oneself is achieved with victory over their challenges"
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    Thank you Lucarky, that's nice to hear

    Otter study

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    hey man your animal studies rock so hard! also i like thow those speedsters are evolving! cant wait to see more! how did you got so much better at digital and color? pure practice? id love if you could share your schedule or how you practice with us cheers man keep being awesome!

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    Hey mate. I think that your colors and values have improved greatly over the course of this sketchbook.
    I think that you could experiment a bit more with textured brushes to render out forms. Like the chimpanese for exampel, you could use a hairbrush to get more of a feel for it's hair (of course!), the same goes for the otter. Looks like you're getting the hang of metal aswell which is great, and god damn hard!

    Keep up the work man.

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