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    Versatility

    I've called this sketchbook thread "Versatility" because that's my ultimate goal: to be able to draw anything and everything no matter what medium. My background is traditional art, particularly line work in pencil and ink, and I see great challenges in digital drawing and painting so that's what medium I would like to develop.

    I hope to share each and every step of my creative journey with this wonderful and inspiring community.

    I welcome all comments and critiques. Newest work is always on the last page and I try to update regularly.

    Cheers, Dave
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    haha, very nice still life study there, i see you said you have a trad. background, i can also see that your using hatching as shading, not that its a bad thing,. its a technique, but you could increase the brush size and paint in the values. but great work, keep doing it and the more the better,
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    Thanks anime-master-96. Hatching is very much my preferred style and I hope that I'll learn new techniques as I progress!

    I've changed OP again. Here's the landscape and fan study.
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    Nice study, I'd recommend using a bigger brush when possible, it'll lend a more fluid look to the image.
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    Thanks Punkhead will bear it in mind. I'm doing a bit of anatomy to wrap up for today, and who better to draw than Arnie?!
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    Today is "animal day," plus some other sketches from my book.
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    Thanks The fan ones took considerable time because I was aiming for accuracy, whereas the others were relatively quick, maybe 30-45 mins each.
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    Currently working on this study of Arnie, 30 min proportion sketch... now to spend a lot of time making it a finished piece.
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    About 15 hours work so far and still not finished, but here's a preview...
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    Very nice start What medium is the last one in?
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    Great stuff! Especially the Arnold pic!!
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    Thank you Last pic is in the wonderful medium of Photoshop using an Intuos 3
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