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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:
    50 Years since.
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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 man sometimes devotes his life to a desire which he is not sure will ever be fulfilled. Those who laugh at this folly are, after all, no more than mere spectators of life" - Ryunosuke Akutagawa
    I could wish for nothing more than to die for a childish dream in which I truly believed" - Ryunosuke Akutagawa
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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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