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    thanks! though i wouldnt say they are real art if i cant learn something from them i can use in my other work, they are worthless, but i think ive learned a lot so far.

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    The last study is disgustingly good!

    Looking for Feedback! Please visit my sketchbook..



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    the blurred anisotropic reflections and the values are nice
    i also like the dust/dirt on the surface makes it look really convincing capturing the dimensionality of the surface and the reflected environment... ah i also want to study this material.

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    BEAUTIFUL!

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    Wow you have a great eye for colours, those still lifes are a proof.
    I should do more studies of this sort myself mueh. Cheers.

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    These studies are still amazing, please keep them coming

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    Nice studies man!! Your inspiring!
    Ill try to make some digi studies like these! Thanks for sharing!

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    Amazing work man. Just awesome. By the way, what is the "healing brush"?

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    thanks everybody!

    The Healing Brush is a tool in PS from CS1 on. You can use it as a blending tool.
    for this you have to first make a flat white (well, actually it just has to be flat) custom pattern, and then use this pattern with the healing brush. (check "pattern" in the tool options for the healing brush, and select the pattern you made)
    i like the look of this tool and use it often.

    this one here, ive been painting on for some days 1,2 hours daily. dont know if i should already call it finished, or if theres more i can get out of it..

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    your still lifes...

    are rocking my various socks.

    Seems like you could get some darker darks in that last one but that's if you want to knit pick it. keep it up. check out my work.

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    Great Studies! Really loving the modeling in some of these: great planes and edges.

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    Liking your sketchbook! It's making me want to study like a good boy. That is a fine steel bowl, by the way.

    Please give erudite, constructive critiques or give none at all.

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