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    Keep it up, because you definitely have a future on this.

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    I am trying my best not to be lazy...
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    No feedback? Ok U.U Would you guys recommend me do more speed paintings or like spending maybe over 5 hours for a refined painting?

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    well everything has been said by other but yeah, studies, more of them.

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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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