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    10/12/12 Friday

    Anatomy Again, but this time I delved into figure drawing. It's stuff you gotta know so...
    Also started watching the Scott Robertson Matte Surface Shading dvd, looks extremely helpful. I'll definitely be getting alot of studies from that.
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    Wow. What persistence. All these studies are coming out beautifully!

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    10/13/12 Saturday

    More anatomy. I can feel myself gradually learning more and it feels great!
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    10/16/12 Tuesday

    I explored the Scott Robertson Planar Surfaces dvd today, it is very informative and it will certainly help me later on with future renderings

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    Soo many studies!
    As you painted in on the 2nd box: light is thrown back onto your box from the ground, so it makes sense for the bottom part of the box side planes to be a bit brighter. But not on the cast shadow side, light cannot be thrown back onto this surface as easily, because the ground is shaded. (so there is no easy way for the light to bounce back up onto this plane)
    I think this is happening on all 3 studies - You have a brighter shade going at the bottom of the 7.5 shaded side of the 3rd study. If anything the bottom part should be darker because it is more unlikely for the light to be thrown in that direction.

    keep pushing!

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    10l17l12 Wednessday

    Uploading late once again. More anatomy, and some renders from photo.
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    10l18l12 Thursday

    More cubes from the matte surface shading dvd, no reflected light, no need to since the main point of this exercise was simply to show what the best light direction would be for a 1,2,3 read.


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    10/21/12 Sunday

    End of week, OK! So I've established my beachhead into the world of learning, now I must begin the advance.

    I want to make a promise with myself for tomorrow to upload something everyday for the next 6 months, when I turn 19. That will be my goal, think I can keep it? We'll find out

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    10/22/12

    This was a value study from photograph. Prometheus.
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    Don't forget to apply those fundamentals; from time to time Include some imaginative work into your regiment.
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    An inspiring ammount of studies I am happy when I can dish out 1-2 good studies a day (I am a master of procrastination ).

    Kinda motivates me to draw MORE! Keep at it, and as Matsign pointed out, do some stuff from imagination, to apply those studies and make them really sink in.

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    You have sooo many beautiful studies here, can't wait to see more!

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