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    Great work dude! I wish I had gotten started when I was that young. Keep at it and you'll be at a professional level at a really young age.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcswagger08 View Post
    Great work dude! I wish I had gotten started when I was that young. Keep at it and you'll be at a professional level at a really young age.
    Thank you. I had this dream since I was little.
    Any area you think I should study next would be really helpful for me.

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    Some rough stuffName:  lancelot.jpg
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    Hey, an excellent sketchbook for your age.

    Right now I think it would help to work on your values a little more. Your black and white paintings look rather flat because the darks and lights aren't that well defined, they're too close to each other in terms of value. Being a bit bolder with the contrast would help you with that.

    Also, your pics are coming off as rather soft -- you said you use 100% hard brush? You might want to use a different brush, then, because your paintings look like they're blurred.

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    Hey, an excellent sketchbook for your age.

    Right now I think it would help to work on your values a little more. Your black and white paintings look rather flat because the darks and lights aren't that well defined, they're too close to each other in terms of value. Being a bit bolder with the contrast would help you with that.

    Also, your pics are coming off as rather soft -- you said you use 100% hard brush? You might want to use a different brush, then, because your paintings look like they're blurred.

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    That latest painting is really neat. The mech has a lot of personality in it's pose. Good job

    I agree with Umbra about the the brush strength. Revidescent gave me this great tip over here . You can really see the power of the hard brush.

    Hope this helps. Keep up the great work.

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    Will try things out when I've got time.

    A new doodle of mine. Called:
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    I'm 21 about now I've just started to do things a bit properly but still not as good as you, I wish I saw how you were doing this so I can understand the progress but I wouldn't take your art. Your the 15 year old boy I wish I knew

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    I wish i started so much younger, I'm rather deeply ashamed in comparison to that majestic level of work, such a unbelievable amount of skill for a 15 year old, astonishing work.

    If you keep working at it you'll indefinitely be able to get to whatever height of skill/level you wish to, and even get it as a job if you want.

    "I have offended God and mankind because my work didn't reach the quality it should have." - Leonardo da Vinci
    "A subhuman pathetic coward tolerates or accepts a life of mediocrity/failure in suffering or stagnancy, A decent person chooses death" - P.S.C
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    Thank you everyone, I can never learn enough. If you have the right level of motivation, hard work, and time. This should be a breeze.
    It takes 10000 hours (scientifically)to become a master in what you want to do. That should be enough to understand the journey, now its up to you to fill in the time.

    P.s I've turned 16 2 months ago.

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    anatomy studies.
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    feel alot better in rendering mechs. I learnt that the more I force my self to draw, the worser the result. Moral of the story: Draw only when your body and mind are capable.

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    Woah great sketchbook HaoningW! I'm really impressed, and you are still so young!

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    Some really cool stuff going on here at the moment man. I've noticed that your rendering skills are really impressive. Would you say they've improved purely from practice or are there certain resources you've used? Although I think your designs are cool, i think you should look at the blog 'thumb war' by paul richards who explores how to use fundamentals to push designs to the next level.

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