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    Hi, you are great and i can see some progress. Don't say such things about your works, the key to success is to work hard.

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    hey! thank you! you are right! maybe Im just bipolar.. I think stress works for me.. It makes me work triple.. I dont know If that Is a bad thing or a good thing.. but thank you for giving me suport! It means a lot to me.. I guess we always have our ups and downs.. It seems that I have those every day though.. you are definitely right.. hard work will pay! and I guess Ill keep trying with color! there is no other way




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    Im terribly sorry for not being able to post my traditional works.. I guess Ill dedicate myself more to life drawing for now.. so Ill have to post less here.. but Its all for improvement! yay! more studies and real 3d! I hope It helps!


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    Wow! Lots of studies there! (Which is great of course) And they look really good!
    Too bad we can't see the traditional works, bet they are great as well.

    Colors are coming along good as well I see.

    Keep up the hard work! It is a source of inspiration


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    I'm really impressed with the volume of work you're posting. There's nothing that makes you better like time and effort.

    I notice on your paintings you seem to be using some sort of textured brush in addition to a basic round brush. While it's good that you're experimenting with different textures, I would worry about it too much in the beginning. Work on getting the best results you can with the least amount of tools, stick with a basic round brush with shape dynamics and transfer turned on. It'll be less complex and keep your paintings looking more unified.

    Besides that, keep doing what you're doing! Those gestures are gonna help you a lot!

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    SpectreX-thank you so much for commenting! I really dont know If Im learning enough from these studies though.. because my imagination drawings still suck (getting better bit by bit I guess) but time will make justice!


    Pavlov-I guess I was trying to fool myself with details.. and you are definitely right! simple forms must come first to have a nice balanced piece! I really hope gestures help me.. because there Is too much stiffness in everything I do.. I guess dynamics come with time too? thank you for commenting too!

    well.. Ive been reading succesfull drawing.. and loomis Its right with every word!.. Ill try to slowly get the information from the book.
    and Ill keep with traditional... studying objects Its not so boring anymore.. now that I know the importance about thinking in 3d (wich is something difficult by itself ) If someone has an excercise that helps to get a 3d idea in your mind while you draw.. Ill be very glad to hear





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    Don't give up! Drawing from imagination is really hard. And from what I have heard, most professionals still use reference. Come to think about it, it is only natural.
    And again, great update


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