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    Haven't uploaded in a while due to being busy with stuff; however I did create quite a few things in the meanwhile, which I'll post in the next few days.

    Here's a study/practice piece of the anatomy of the leg I did 2 months ago:
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    Thanks, it may be, it is quite distinctive in the sense that it has little crosshatching compared to the others.


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    Cool stuff. I like the little thumbnails you did on the previous page. The one with the two guys I really like, however I think it would've been a stronger comp if the black shape behind the kneeling guy was extended behind the standing figure as well. Seems a little bit awkward having the silhouette of the tree (?) go right through there. Would love to see it more developed

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    Here's another painting of the same form as the previous from the same date.
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    Thanks, I appreciate the feedback.
    In regards to the thumbnail: I wasn't too happy with how that particular area turned out either; but I opted to not cover up the back with black in order to maintain the contrast between the leg and the background; it may have been a bad decision in retrospect however, as it clutters that area a bit too much (and then of course the fact the tree cuts or aligns in a rather awkward position with the kneeling guy).
    If I were to develop it further, I would move the tree more so to the right though.

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    The torso in the series:
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    And finally, the head:
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    It's a bit annoying that the camera never gets the colours quite right.

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    Here's an oil painting of a cat I did for my mum's birthday, with another version whose quality is worse but colours closer to reality:
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    A little study from yesterday:
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    A quick study I did of my cousin's baby while he was sleeping:
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    A few things I drew back in late 2016 on my phone. I was experimenting quite a bit with colours around that time, which is pretty evident when looking at the following pictures.
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    Some more phone drawings from 2017
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    Study from a few days ago
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    Some more somewhat old phone drawings:
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    Noticed in the last ones the pictures were a little bit too big, at least in comparison to the actual screen of my phone, so I made their size smaller and more appropriate.

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    More phone drawings.

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    Continuing with the phone drawings, a few more recent ones.
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    Also a little study I did of Audrey Hepburn recently:
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    The Charlemagne drawing is phenomenal. It actually looks like a statue the way it's drawn.

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    Thank you very much FoxyFern

    Some shading practice I did not too long ago:
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    More recent phone drawings:
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    You have a pretty good sense of form going on. However I feel like in your shading practice you could really push the values more. Right now everything is kind of a mid-value. You could really make your drawings pop by using more very darks and lights to add a contrast! I find it helpful when I'm drawing in a digital program to add an adjustment layer above my whole drawing that turns it into grayscale so I can see what the values are like. If you're using traditional media and need to do that, you could potentially take a photo of your work with a smart phone and add a grayscale filter to it to see what it looks like. Hope that helps!

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    Another practice piece, focused on creating a soft appearance and to a lesser extent on proportions:
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    A few more phone drawings:
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    I appreciate the feedback FoxyFern, but I disagree with your assessment; strong contrast is circumstantial and depends on the light source, environment and material. In my previous practice piece the goal was to create a balanced range of shades, which lean neither too much into the darks, nor too much into the lights, and then in addition I did so in consideration with the fact I was emulating the appearance of skin as a material.

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    A small painting I did for a friend
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    A small study I did of a painting by Ernest Meissonier of Charlemagne; didn't care much about getting the measurements and proportions right, focused more on the shading.

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