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    @jester: thank you, don┤t know what┤s up with my drawn noses...



    ok here is a quick snapshot of my todays painting (2 hours work so far)
    i am not finished at all!



    I work on canvas (cotton) with a Gesso vanish (its a bit better this this)
    but i have still problems get dark values...

    how can i achieve a glossy look?

    I use terpentine for make the oil thinner
    but i also have "Lein÷l" (the oil with is already in the tubes)
    but it doesn┤t pop that much.... tipps?
    or how to get darker values in gernerally (i use Lukas Studio oil colours)


    thanks...

    Xaya

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    just want to add:

    work without ref. just controlled proportion with a snapshot of myself randomly.

    It looks a lot better now... will show a progress next time...

    Just have to make a break because my room smells dangerously of terpentine..... .

    Xaya

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    update....



    will fill the background with dark brown...


    -still need help and tipps ... see above -

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    ok here a two pages from my sketchbook... not the best, all without ref.






    - help me with my painting -

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    puhhh!

    well here is another quick made page... not have the power currently
    (because of the oil painting: see the progress here:
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...highlight=xaya )

    replies?




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    Im likeing your work, I can see
    a good smoth progress from the
    beging to the end of the thread,
    ill be around

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    Coming alone nicley Xaya, lots of improvment trickling from you. Nice to see ure stuff, keep it up.

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    hey Xaya,

    I check your thread out quite regularly, but never got to posting, so here goes .

    Nice faces & oil portraits (not that I know anything about oils, but I'm liking them). Good expressions and contrast (light/dark) in most of your faces !

    Keep up the good work !

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    wow, cool stuff. this one deserves more replies for sure
    you better beware for i am watching your progress

    you have a strong awareness of form, i think. the faces you draw are awesome. especially since the facial features have a very three-dimensional feel to them - you convey so much form.
    excellent linework...

    i also like how your second oil painting developed. it has changed a lot towards the end. it's dope, regarding it's your fourth oil painting ever. i always give up way to early when working with oils. never finished anything with em. i'm just terrible with brushes, i think. so i stick with pencils for the time being :/

    kepp it up

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    Wow, i was a bit sad that nobody gave me a reply...

    @maxetormer: thank you very much

    @Nightvision: thank you and keep up on your stuff too.

    @Hanuka:thank you, it was a hell of experience with that oil painting
    worked 12- 18 hours on this which could be done in a few one.
    I will never work again without having a plan what it should be at the end.


    Ok here is a small update, i am not quite on top of health,
    so this is mostly done lying on sofa or in bed...
    Not really a progress forward.


    new haircut new sketch


    wasn┤t happy with the last one








    just doddles and some anatomy

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    wow

    very nice studies! i love the way you draw noses and have come to the conclusion that i need to do some studies. it is time to bust out the old anatomy books and learn for a while. i just enjoy the way you build the nose. keep up the great work!

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    Thank you rollb82,
    it is just about knowing how a nose done.
    Draw it from every perspective...


    Ok here is a 30 - 40 min sketch, i don┤t want to draw just
    dragons or guardians... so i made a mixture of wildpig dog and dragon.

    I going to understand the relation between form perspective and lighting
    a bit better...

    bad shot:



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    less effort less quality






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    *knock knock*

    ok here 2 new stuff

    the first is with reference

    the second a self portrait (everytime another face)





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    Hi!

    I realy like the way you draw faces! You ad personality to them and
    make dem come alive. Those canvas paintings are great I love the
    eyes and the colouring. Great work!
    I want more awsome drawings!
    ceep on ceeping on!

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    thanks B-Man...

    well i don┤t know i am a bit weak these days
    all without ref except the back in the bottom of the page...




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    I like how you draw your faces and capture a lot of detail.Very nice work.

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    thank you Muffinking!

    I could even better stuff with more effort and concentration

    here another example of half done stuff



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    started with a great flow... ended with confusion

    head is too big i know... 30min no ref.



    Last edited by Xaya; February 14th, 2005 at 10:57 AM.
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    a bit more effort... no ref 30 min...
    bad shot... perhabs i fix it...



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    ... anybody can help me with this strange stuff

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=38733

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    Ill have to agree with everyone about the great heads,

    Some proportions (however its spelled) is a bit off on the faces

    Great work, I look foward to seeing more work from you

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    thank you Alvarez

    better?




    - still no ref... i really got a method my fantasies can spread

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    93 of 143 replies are from myself...

    ok here a quicky 15 min



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    perhabs it┤s the paper of the sketchbook
    or it is my impatience to finish a stuff
    but i have difficulties doing a good rendering...

    Xaya who workes too rough





    give my your opinion!!!

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    just for fun... can┤t imagine how it is to work as traditional animation artist

    Powdered Toast Man!!!

    no ref



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    Hi,
    Your Sketchbook is phenomenal - keep it up!! Your work is really good and it's thrilling to see your development!!
    I love your lines and I like the way you work your portraits in oil!
    Your figures without reference are terrific!
    keep posting!

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    interesting sketchbook you have, good stuff here enjoying to watch the stuff
    my favorite is defenitely this one!! his mood you can see on his face is so strong and as you know moods are very important to me so thats very very good one!! could be very crazy to see it finished ^^


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    @Imageproof: thank you a lot, well i am self supprised by the development,
    there were big steps for and also many in the wrong direction,
    currently i sketch every day, and it is great!
    You lose your ability to draw so quickly, because it is just a tight thing to have in mind...

    look at this sketch i have done in about 10 - 15 min
    it has it mistakes (the arm was thought to be a bit larger)
    but it is just a mirical to me how i done it...



    @Jokisalo; well that┤s my favourite too the mood is really a happy "accident"
    looking through all of my sbs you can see no really similarities
    which is quite bad , quite fine...

    I work too fast, go to fast above proportion checks...

    you will see many sb here next weeks,
    some more finished some less... don┤t think i continue on this...

    -Xaya

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    wow so many replies!!! sorry for sarcasm

    ok, i perhabs heard a "click" in my brian
    my understanding of volume gone to another level

    here is the sketch i done (20min)
    it is very sketchy but u may see the progress.. or not...

    -Xaya



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