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    Knights-front line

    I painted this last year, (Give me a break I was only 14) Its a water color if cant tell.
    the scan is not very good plus its a fuzy painting any way-I think you'll be able to tell what it is CC are welcome!
    Knights-front line

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    Well if you did this at the age of 14 then
    my friend you have a lot talent, the armors look
    very nicely rendered, the refleccions are lovely
    and the sence of deep is very good, actually this one
    has very good colors.

    It lacks more on the anatomy departmet,
    it would seem that you still dont quite understad the hands
    structure, and some of the anatomy is off perspective.

    but this certanly shows a lot of promise, start a sketch-book
    to improve you anatomy drawing, if you get you anatomy
    down you will become very very good.

    start a thread here:

    Daily Sketch Books

    and read and print this:

    http://elmo.academyart.edu/gallery/albums.php

    http://www.fineart.sk/index.php?cat=12

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    If this is typical of your ability then you have an amazing amount of raw talent. Get all the art education that you can manage and you will be at the top of the game by the time you're ready to enter the job market.
    Go on line and look for scholarships, grants etc. Belive it or not there are organizations out there who will give you money right now just for being so young and talented. Of course you'll be in competition with a zillion other guys, but give 'er a shot.
    I like the fact that you're shading is solid and consistant. Yes there are problems with anatomy etc. but in my opinion if you get the shading and volume right first you'll always have a stronger painting than you'd have if the anatomy was correct but the shading was vague.
    Also I'm encouraged to see you using watercolor. Learn the computer stuff if you want too, but keep your hand in the traditional media. Maybe in 20 years no one will care, but right now there's lots of people who will give you $500.00 for an original watercolor, but wouldn't give you a dime for the same thing done on a computer.
    Good luck

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    Wow guys! Thanks for the compliments!! I didnt think I was that talented but,cool! Ill try to find some scholarships and stuff very soon ,thanks for that idea. I wasnt too informed about the anatomy when I created this, but Ive got a better hand on it know (i just need to paint more ) Anyway thanks for the compliments, Ill try to post more paintings soon!

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