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    Hey, Bojee. I like this war time drawing for its composition and an intriguing story behind it. I would like to hear from you what an inspiration for this was. Maybe you tell me about this guy and what he is doing in the middle of city street during an air attack. Is it his allies bombarding the city? Anyways question remains what he's doing in the open? He looks quite arrogant. I think you yourself don't like him . maybe he's a regular looter in the stolen from the corpse russian winter hat.
    Sveta Dudetta
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    Ms. Sve- Thanks, It was a study on character in a portrait for class. I was thinking of propaganda posters, I called him spyhunter and I guess he is a little arrogant but it's meant to be proud and tough. Sort of a alternate reality, sci-fi, cold war kind of thing with symbols of strength and war thrown in. Thanks for all the good questions, I like your storey about him too.

    Portrait from today, from life-

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    You got me here, Bojee, I have no prepared words about this trap in your post. I was having too much fun, now that . Would you like to correct some words in your post, so I'll be able to continue with my very innocent fun ?
    I like the technique in which this portrait done. Especially her shoulders and the dress. The girl has a very heavy look, not feminine at all. Very strange for such a young person.
    Sveta dudetta
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    I really like that very first photo edit. It has become my desktop for the next few days.
    Never lose faith, even if faith has lost you - Neo Nexus

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    crazy stuff

    those figure drawings kill me

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    Hey man, good portrait, how lond does it take you?
    I think the whole face look a bit flat, it's like i can't tell where the light source is coming from at first sight. Maybe is the low range values that cause that the features seems a bit flat.
    Anyways, just my thoughts and crits, don't take it wrong.
    Keep the hard work dude.

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    man, dont remember if i already said this but i love the loose wonky figure gestures and i really like those gouache studies youve been doing. AND you keep on updating. much respect.

    edit - saw you had a sienkiewicz a couple of pages back. just recently bought a second hand elektra assassin. have you seen that? incredible...
    tensai


    check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)

    check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)



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    Fuck backgrounds, who needs em.

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    Wow, I sure know when you guys respond to something or not. Thank you for all the replies.

    Sve- Heh, didn't know you were teasing. Go right back doing it....I'll be oblivious to it all.

    Smith Wesen- Thanks bro, I like it too, collage doesn't go over too big here but i think there's a lot to be learned from it.

    That fat kid- heh, thanks bro, for me it was the glasses.

    Dangerousllama- Thanks bro, don't get to do as much of those as I'd like these days.

    Diego- this one is a couple of hrs, maybe a little longer, the pose itself is longer but the models take such long breaks, plus we're doing critiques of our homework in the same class. The lighting on this one was more ambient than directional on this one, I just try to respond to what I see while i draw, the light was partly coming in from a window and was changing a lot so that might be why.
    I don't take it wrong by the way, I actually appreciate it, your one of the few people that leaves a crit, sometimes your saying something I'm already thinking about, sometime I agree with all of it and sometime I don't, but it's always appreciated.

    tensai- Heh, I think maybe you have but it's always nice to hear again.
    yeah sienkiewicz is the shit, have you seen his sketchbook? Love his work, he's really influence by Klimt believe it or not.




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    Yeah, right, now I lost Diego as a play mate
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bojee
    tensai- Heh, I think maybe you have but it's always nice to hear again.
    yeah sienkiewicz is the shit, have you seen his sketchbook? Love his work, he's really influence by Klimt believe it or not.
    Bojee - he is definitely the shit. next to his drawings and his colouring i really like how he did a lot of mixed media/collage stuff that a lot of peeps are into now with photoshop, back in the day of analogue...
    you can find some really nice art from sienkiewicz here

    havent seen his sketchbook. would be nice if he would start a sketchbook thread overhere on CA
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    check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)

    check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)



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    Hi, thank u for comment
    Very much stuff to look at in your SBO_O u r very productive...
    Keep it up!

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    hey, dude, glad you take it that way, sometimes i have a hard time writing what i see in other people work.
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    Sve- Huh?

    tensai- Hey thanks for the link.

    GunTrouver- Will do.

    Diego- Always appreciate your opinion, may not do what you say, but I always appreciate it.

    A couple more; I'm still working on these but I'll post them again when they're finished.

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    Bojee, this latest stuff is very cool. I loved catching back up! Sorry I have been a little absent. Allergies are kicking in...its that time of the year.

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    Bojee, you are forgiven for your talent. I love those. I can't believe you didn't do it standing on your balcony looking at these buildings. I know you have been accumulated all this knowledge of light and colors for years, probably, but for me it feels like magic. Care to share your secrets? Or is it just a gift from mom and dad, and I shouldn't be bothering .
    Sveta Dudetta trying new electric razor on blond beard.
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