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    Some recent sketches and college work stuff. I've also started to paint a few frames of some scenes in Hellboy II since I love the colours and designs of it and thought it might help me with palettes/composition/speed?

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    The sky painting was a practise thing, and the portrait next to it was for a college project. I can't get my head around painting skin digitally really nevermind acrylics...
    And then two more skin practises for a college piece eventually, I used the eyedropper from the ref picture on the first but used no ref on the second, I find it way easier to just start painting in colour than the black and white to colour method.

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    Girl portrait from post #5 looks really nice! I also like first portrait from the last update.
    Don't be afraid to cast strong shadow under the brow's to show the skull. It may looks like eyes are more important than "skull holes"(sorry for my crappy english ) but they are not. Here's some classic digital portraits examples to show what I'm trying to explain.

    Keep it up!

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    Thank you, I'll have to do that with my next portraits, The link seems to be broken for me though!
    I have been drawing but the deadline for my project's been in the last week. I should be more active for the next two weeks (if my motivation ever comes back).
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    The first is my final piece for my college project illustrating Alzheimer's Disease. The second shows the stages of character development I've been playing with. I'm hoping this character will make me want to start studying more sci fi subjects and weaponry.

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    Not too sure where I was going with the first one, maybe experimenting with styles.
    The first set of poses were 60 seconds and the second were 120.
    Last one is because I'm rewatching FMA and have a thing for monster type things.
    Kind of in a rut colouring-wise, I can't get my head around what colours are needed and how the work together, which might be the reason everything is monochrome....

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    Wow, your style is so unique. I like your sketches, especially the beginning ones. They look like stylish comic book illustations to me. Great art,keep it on !

    Please check out my sketchbook melonboy123's sketchbook
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    I like your line art. Your digital painting has lots of potential, too.

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    Thanks you two!
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    Trying to understand colour, did the face and full body ones today, used eyedropper from refs pretty much completely. Don't know if anyone's seen this Munsell Hue Test but I got 33 in that, where 0's what I should of got at my age. Not sure if there's a way to get better at recognising hues but I'm trying!

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    Your digital paintings are looking great so far! I really like the ginger haired girl on the right.

    Your line also has a lot of potential, you just need to keep doing what you're doing then it'll loosen up

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    Thanks Did some more colour practise today and I think I might have found a colouring method of I'm comfortable using??Name:  fox.png
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    Couldn't decide on which version to post ha.

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    Bit desaturated and dark but oh well.

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    I love your style of coloring- and oh my gosh I love that dog, so cute. Nina. ;_;

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    Haha thank you! I know, I was almost over it until I started drawing it :'(
    Just some hand studies and style experiments from the last two days.
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