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    @Jason : Okok, I'll put 1/2h to sharpen all those edges. Thanks a lot !

    As I'm having trouble in composition when I'm making thumbnails, I thought I could make more serious composition analysis from my previous studies. I think I'll probably do more of these.

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    I really like your Bierstadt studies. I can definitely see you improving, which is pretty motivating for me! And thanks so much for posting up the composition analyses. Really nice to look at for a beginner like me.
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    I can't really give any crit that hasn't already been given, but I like the most recent Bierstadt study, especially how you broke down the cloud shapes. Also, it's really neat to see the improvement in shapes and values from the Sargent portrait to the Bouguereau!

    Congrats on finishing up Comp 1.1! I'll look forward to your future composition studies after #20.
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    the analysis will be super helpful so yes do keep that up. in time it will just happen and you won't even think about it...so the more you put in now the more you pull out later. keep up the great work.

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    @adrikoh : Thanks ! In the beginning I was just observing them, but taking some time and actually analyzing them with lines/circles etc, is totally diffrent.

    @Aolian : Thanks a lot ! Yeah I definitly improved. I looked at some thumbnails from 2 months ago and there is definitly a difference in my creative work even if I still sometimes push the contrast too hard.

    @Jason : I think I will try to do some weekly analysis. It doesn't take that much time and it will really helps me.
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    As I'm trying to find a simple but efficient composition, I thought I could do some composition analysis.
    Here are some Frazetta analysis that I never posted and some of Peter Elson's work, more focused on the shapes used and the dynamic lines/composition.
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    awesome studies. the diagrams are actually fun to deconstruct and think about what you are seeing. thanks for sharing these.

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