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    Master Study of the Day #65 04/29/14

    We are doing full colour master studies every day/weekend on our journey to get better at art. Join us and continue to Level Up!

    Here is today's image for the weekend – Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida , Bacante.

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    1. Begin the master study from the image above. Studies are to be in full colour. Be faithful to the master study. Do not use the colour picker. Do not trace. This is an exercise that over time will pump up your skills very quickly.

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    Hello, this is my first master study here.
    Enjoyed it :)

    I struggled most with getting some texture to the strokes. It's still a bit flat and untextured compared to the original.

    About 1,5 hour

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    Looking great man, I just strolled by for the first time in some years and noticed your standout study, very impressive for around 1.5 hrs :) Wondering how you got the colour values down in that time, personally I think you got most of the important notes down, if this is your only post on conceptart.org..? don't let it be your last

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