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    my attempts to become a good artist

    I started painting about 2 months ago to paint , I am originally a 3d artist and have always felt i was missing a very important tool, so here is my attempts to become an artist.
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    first likeness study done using zbrush

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    Michael C Hall?
    Come say Hi! I could always use a boost.

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...r-s-sketchbook

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    You must show more of your 3D work! I love Dexter to bits and immediately knew who it was the moment the page loaded.

    I don't really work with 3D much myself, only having watched a few tutorial series on a couple programs on YouTube, so the only advice/thoughts on your recent study I can give you is that the hairs on Dex's cheek are a bit sparse and a bit too bold (very thick and the ends don't seem to be tapered). Same thing with the lashes. They take me out of it, so to speak, as they draw so much attention that the rest of the sculpt is kind of sitting in the background. I'm not sure what you can do to make these hairs finer, more abundant, and glossier, but I think refining them in the future is something to consider. As for the pros of your work, I like the strong use of texture and the subtle blending you achieved between the different faces/sides. Those eyebrows look awesome, and tbh you have that likeness down. If you decided to go further with the piece, that would be something I'd love to see.

    As for your other, more older works in this sketchbook, they are very technical. The eye especially so, with your thumbnail being the most thought provoking and emotional piece so far. Being technical is not a bad thing at all, and is not surprising at all given your 3D background. As your first foray into painting this will only become more apparent as you progress, so if you can marry both your technical side and your feeling (emotional? moldable? fluid? adaptive? It's hard to find the right word) side then you will definitely make waves in art! You have a great advantage in that you have much more experience in handling the art itself, knowing how it looks at all angles and in different perspectives, something traditional artists tend to struggle with since we're so used to just drawing from what we can see- filling in the blanks of what we don't see by guessing, drawing from experience, using references, or replacing the blanks with something different altogether.

    My last thought to you is something a teacher told me long ago, which is if something doesn't make sense to the viewer, or if something just doesn't work, then you're better off transforming it or leaving it out altogether in your works. Go for aesthetics over complete accuracy, basically, if you had to settle for one or the other.

    I hope that helped! Excited to see more.

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