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    Quote Originally Posted by the_allejo05
    Nice patzon i finally see your efforts hehe.. I like your tonal work...soft transitions..the studies from life of your baby sister are great..those eye studies are very nice..and the hand studies too..what anatomy book are you studying??..is good that you are drawing buildings,plants..dont limit yourself on the figure only (i have to keep myself reminding me that)..i sometimes study animals..cause i like them...the 19th century engravings from dover are awesome for that...i should pay a visit to the zoo..sometime..
    Like your master studies off course..i did that rubens last year..but it turned out disproportionate hehe..good working on imagination..and putting down ideas for future paintings..I should do a Dante..but i have not really read the story....nor shakespeare..nor any of the classics..poetry and literature are so full of stories to illustrate..im mostly reading books on art now....
    I see that you are studying perspective..keep that up..practice circles,elipses..cubes,etc..i guess you know...but this is the best for handmade objects..nice that you drew the guitar hehe..i did too..hmm try your hand and motorcycles /cars..those are fun studies..
    You definetely need to go to an atelier!!!

    Hey thanks man!

    Those anatomy studies were based of KEvin CHen's stuff and "The anatomy lessons from the great masters" book. Its good to copy those and keep it as notes and references for future use.

    I really havent finished the Inferno book nor have I read a lot of classical literature...Those are pretty hard to read if you know what I mean. especially Shakespeare! But the Inferno book has a lot of cool stuff to work from.

    As you've noticed, the last pages are just full of imaginative stuff. What Im currently working on is an environmental piece of a Bazaar. Thats why I did some thumbnails there. Im still caught up with it, that I havent even finished my master study! lol Ill make sure I work on that tomorrow.

    Well, gluck with your efforts as well! do you have a sketchbook???

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    Love the studies! Keep it up

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    yeah..i just added it on my signature..currently im working on a bargue..with the damn drapery..hehe..too hard..to be exact ..so i free handed it..hehe..i work on it tomorrow...

    my new site, is crazy stuff but is my own space, I can say whatever!! hehe:
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    some DSG fun. topic was dead monster by the sea
    Dizon's Doodlin'
    another DSG piece. topic was person with jetpacks
    Dizon's Doodlin'
    a sketch of my mom
    Dizon's Doodlin'
    some sketches
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    women are so fun to draw...sorta got inspired by the sexy Brooke Burke. hehe
    Dizon's Doodlin'
    Dizon's Doodlin'

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    ah yes very good your studies are dead on keep it up!!

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    ‡‡‡‡‡ Bones ‡‡‡‡‡

    Draw expressively without fear ‡ I sense a timidness in you works which should be dispensed with once and forever ‡ there are no mistakes things are either good or bad
    ‡ fear is the enemy of drawing exorcise it and release yourself to be expressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mentler
    Draw expressively without fear ‡ I sense a timidness in you works which should be dispensed with once and forever ‡ there are no mistakes things are either good or bad
    ‡ fear is the enemy of drawing exorcise it and release yourself to be expressive.
    ummm...care to elaborate? I dont know what you're talking about.

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    my baby sis sleeping....work from life! its fun!
    Dizon's Doodlin'

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    Do you know some kind of a secret how to catch the deep stage of a dream in a drawing ? It's obvious you can shoot a cannon under her ear - she will not let it to bother her one little bit . That's probably because all her muscles are relaxed. I like how you draw child's body, very believable. How about to draw the same scene with different tools? Some pen, a marker, watercolors? Would love to see it. You have a very good eye.
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    Me again. I wish you finished to draw her arm hanging with no will. I think it would add more to the emotion.
    Sveta

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    Quote Originally Posted by sve
    Do you know some kind of a secret how to catch the deep stage of a dream in a drawing ? It's obvious you can shoot a cannon under her ear - she will not let it to bother her one little bit . That's probably because all her muscles are relaxed. I like how you draw child's body, very believable. How about to draw the same scene with different tools? Some pen, a marker, watercolors? Would love to see it. You have a very good eye.
    Regards, Sveta
    When you are so fond of your subject, the best can be easily brought out.

    I'll use a different medium sometime I guess, but I lack some materials right now heh.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sve
    Me again. I wish you finished to draw her arm hanging with no will. I think it would add more to the emotion.
    Sveta
    yeah, same here. I actually couldnt see it from my view point. Ill keep stuff like that in mind for the future.

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    Me again. Don't want to be annoying but why don't you add some environment around her. And maybe try to develop it into a painting or a bigger size drawing.
    Sveta

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    Quote Originally Posted by sve
    Me again. Don't want to be annoying but why don't you add some environment around her. And maybe try to develop it into a painting or a bigger size drawing.
    Sveta
    that would be nice, but it wasnt exactly my goal. I treated it as just a simple sketch just to keep me from getting rusty. Maybe next time.

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    like your mom sketch and the last one with your sis..the monster thingie is kinda cool...keep those up..do you paint in oil?

    my new site, is crazy stuff but is my own space, I can say whatever!! hehe:
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    Quote Originally Posted by the_allejo05
    like your mom sketch and the last one with your sis..the monster thingie is kinda cool...keep those up..do you paint in oil?
    i wish...i only have experience with acrylics. its a bit pricey these days, but i hope to do some painting someday. Im just so focused on drawing right now.

    thanks.

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    Hey mate, thanks for posting, returning the favour!

    I really like your lifestudys, perspective and had stuff!
    One thing that caught my eye though, is your use of a "solid" shadow/rendering in alot of your drawings, in most cases it seems, to contrast your figures from the white of the paper. We can see that you have very carefully studied your subjects and drawn them with feeling and sensetivety, and the unfortunatly just a done a quick last min. shading, and I reckon that kinda saps the energy and love you just spent hours on doing.
    Id rather see your beautiful sketches without the harsh "lump" singlevalue backgrounds/renderings!

    Keep up the good work!

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    Take Mentler's advice

    yes ! I am Pinoy! Why? just kidding...
    I saw your drawings it looks pasado na. Practice ka lang... Mentler was right na huwag kang matatakot. You must take his advice super galing si Mentler respetado ko siya.
    RA

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    yo, i really like your life sketchs, they are coming along well, the persective drawings look quite good too. And maybe you could carry on with those hand studies, so keep on posting!

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    what can I say... it is.. great

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    nice studies and sketches, I dig it, I dig it!
    you have skill for shadow and light. I like the studies you´ve done on those hands and eyes ( from book?) .
    yeah yeah yeah.

    and by the way , don´t have any figure drawings , sold and or I gave everything away. I´ll go and check my studio someday if there´s something left but don´t think so.

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    Push those values, my friend. I love that dead sea creature DSG. Fantastic!

    Push!

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    Nice work. I LOVE the first human drawing: the guy with the interesting facial hair. That's really outstanding.

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    on a sketch you wrote.. "never copy from photgraph again"

    why?

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    wow thanks for the recent comments! I'm surprised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heri
    on a sketch you wrote.. "never copy from photgraph again"

    why?

    -heri
    it just makes my work look flat.

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    Patdzon, where are the promised updates?
    Sveta Dudetta, tapping impatiently

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    UPDATE at LAST post

    Dizon's Doodlin'
    electrician fixing cables at night

    Dizon's Doodlin'
    small sketches from life

    Dizon's Doodlin'
    my knees,hand,and foot

    Dizon's Doodlin'
    most recent SP. really happy with this one.

    Dizon's Doodlin'
    earlier sp

    Dizon's Doodlin'
    earlier sp

    Dizon's Doodlin'
    my baby sister sleeping (sleeping poses are fun)

    Dizon's Doodlin'
    same

    Dizon's Doodlin'
    lady eating

    Dizon's Doodlin'
    an artist working

    Dizon's Doodlin'
    more peeps eating

    Dizon's Doodlin'
    again

    Some scans turned out darker, but that's ok. It's much better looking at the sketches in person though.

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    Patdzon, Just looked at your update, I'm enjoying so much. Actually, after that I don't want to draw myself, I want to look at yours, not sure if you will like that outcome from looking at your art. Come on update more often. These drawing from every day life have such a nice calm story-telling mood. They effect me in a very good way, They calm my nerves. Really want you post more and actually I want to see some drawing with composition of several people in it with objects, some events, shortly put, I want to see more finished work from you, really want it. And I want to see how you use colors, very interesting to know that about you. I think they will be subdued, reserved, but who knows?
    All drawings from new update are very much to my taste.

    The electrician working at night. I really see it happening. Those deep black shadows, it's definitely very late time. and his silhouette with busy hands. very good catch of the moment. I would like to see it made in painting.

    Sketches from life. People look very natural and expressions of their faces are so truthful. That's one of your strongest quality, catching current state of mind of other person. Really rare and precious quality, actually.

    Figure studies! your own figure ! WOW! Anatomy knowledge, rendering, different details, separating planes, lighting, weight, volume, wow,wow,wow, you got it all. You need to gather it all together and create a whole knock-out figure. You are so gentle with your viewers, Patrick, you need to use all your power (which is very strong) to suddenly surprise and make us overwhelmed. I can see you doing that. But on the other side I do love your subtle delicate manner to tell your story. Well I want it all . I'm greedy.

    Your portraits, all have a personality. My favorite is the middle one. I thought that you will have those attentive, careful, intelligent eyes, based on your posts on forum. I thought you will have this kind of methodical, with love to little details mood about you. So I'm very glad to see this in your portraits. Very good catching of the expression again, I would order you my portrait and I'm sure you would catch my best mood on paper too.

    Your baby sister, I love all her portraits, a really pleasure to look. Love how your show weight of her little body and total devotion . Really like this soft rendering, very touching.

    And again I really enjoy all the four drawings of life happening around us.They are very recognizable and charming. A real pleasure to observe.

    Thank you so much, and please draw as much as you can, I'm very fond of your art. It's different from other artists'.

    Sveta dudetta

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    Nice stuff there patdzon. Your life sketches are really inspiring. Keep them comin dude.

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