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    Pedro's Sketchbook

    Here I am again, trying to kick my own stupid lazy ass to post my things and use this as a journal of my progress.
    I really like this forum, the online subworld of art where we can do whatever we want and not be judged(hopefully).
    And this is my not much appealing face.

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    Welcome. Its sort of appealing except no eyelashes.

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    @bunnyhugger Thanks! I like the weirdness of no eyelashes.

    Having fun experimenting with colors and crazy brushstrokes.
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    Liking how you paint already, and you haven't even finished.
    Come say Hi! I could always use a boost.

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

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    Random stuff, trying to get better with light and a study of the incredible Claire Wendling. I really need to make more finished paintings though.
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    Going back to gestures after a long time, feeling kinda rusty, but it's always cool to see the infinite possibilities with them. (and some dude's ass)
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    Your color and brushstroke experiments are very cool! It be cool to see you take one of these and bring it to a finish. I agree gestures have some many infinite possibilities and approaches. Your hampton style gestures look really great! Keep rocking!
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    @Arteriorrhexis Thanks a lot, Hampton is a total badass


    Nothing too exciting to show just some GRINDING.
    I will finish this last sketch, I hope the values are working fine, if someone has some critique, please do.



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    Dump of stuff that I worked on last week


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    Really like the figures in the last image, great handling of soft/hard edges in the rendering of form (I don't see enough hard edges on the sitting dude painting, for example). I'd love to see some more polished pieces using that type of rendering!
    Very nice flowing gestures as well

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    Love love your painting style man and also your anatomy studies!
    I'd like to see the gestures and dynamic of those poses in your more finished paintings as they seem to stiffen up a bit. Keep it up!

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    Thanks for the kind words on my sketchbook! I really appreciate it! I'm also a noob at drapery but resources that are really helping is Burne Hogarth's book on drapery, Bridgman's book on drapery, looking at really old masters like Renaissance ones like Giotto, Ghilberti, Di Banco etc because they simplified drapery for the importance of story. Another thing is, collecting screen caps from tv shows and stuff. Like one of my favorite shows is Exatlon Mx and what I do is go to their website and batch download all the photos to study drapery in motion! Also google Olympic galleries, Fifa, UFC, ballet, etc. I hope this helps you out! Anyway, I'm happy to see more gestures and paintings! Keep updating!
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    Nice work Pedro, it's been a while since I visited. Very fluid figures. Keep it up!

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    Thank you all guys!! I'm trying to apply your tips.

    Still trying to understand what I want and exploring different things in my process.

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    Not a lot to show at the moment, but painting this dude I realized how much I need to get better at volume understanding. Even though I liked how the colors came off, I need to take a step back and study more the fundamentals, mostly values and perspective.

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