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    Nina-the-Tiny Thanks alot andnp, its my pleasure to view you SB Thanks for dropping by again


    Staal Sander Thanks alot Its just tough to do that from imagination.
    Here atleast I had a photoref


    Ufff...Seems like Firefox had some problem or atleast the version Im at since the pages here loads really slow, but switched to Chrome and it works splendid today.
    Its hard to draw....I really appreciate all that visit and also big thanks for thoose that comment. Cant thank you enough
    Gotta draw more...

    Here is a selfportrait, and the other one is some wierd fat toad that dont come near the photoref one but its fun
    Last is a pencil



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    bleh

    Been sick a few days, havent been able to draw as much as I wanted to. anyway a quick update with some quicker drawings just to keep me semi going. Thanks for stopping by




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    wanted to do more than just body parts. pretty hard but fun. obviously I need to practise even more

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    nice sense of texture on the frog's back!
    I would like to see more drawing practice as well.
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    krysjez Thanks alot )

    Couldnt sleep, had to practise some... my brain fees mushy. time to sleep ^^

    ref, victor perard, my own and drawing script. Have been avoiding hands for too long..time to do something against it.

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    good work on the frog and the hands study!!
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    Study, pencils and digital..

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    cool updates! keep pushing out work!
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    the last study(red dress) is showing some serious improvement,go finish it man!
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    First, thanks all for the viewers and comments and the support. Really, big thanks!!

    Kevin_ Thanks alot

    pgf95 Thanks alot! sometimes its hard to see improvement so thanks for the support

    Had some big frustration the last days over the things I did in photoshop, tho love the program. But its just pushing forward and take it


    Here are some things I did in photoshop in chronological order.

    First a study. maggie grace

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    Then I made another study from a girl named Alexis Knapp I belive.

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    After that I just fiddled with some random fast sketches while watching a movie.

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    Time to go back and work on values after the 2 girls I did. Figured I need more understanding on foundation. Master Liam Neeson

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    And now I tried to apply that by doing something from imagination. quite hard

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    This one I consider really really loose since Im really drained! wanted to some enviro. Figure I need to do more studies and take some more time on theese enviros

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    studys...

    Fall is starting to shift some colors in the trees so I took a photo on my walk and then went back home trying to remember all the vivid colors the camera cannot catch.
    With the ball I used photoshops lock transparancy pixels and layers, never used that so much. Its actually from a practise I got in a course long time ago but decided to pick it up again and refresh my memory and do it better. Cant find the old file tho

    Loomis studys took a while. Quite hard with my wacom ^^ Wanted to take some time getting more used to the digital pen.


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    hey, thanks for coming by my sketchbook, those face studies are lookin real good! Are you going through loomis' books? Also the variety of your sketches studies are really great! I certainly need to get some enviro studies done haha. Keep up the hard work!
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    You're definitely on the right track, and progressing nicely along it, I must say. For whatever reason I absolutely love the drapery study, the middle one. My eye keeps being drawn to it; it's really well done. The only suggestion I have is to add more contrast to your greyscale paintings to give them depth.
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