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    Kingkostas: hey mate, don't hesitate to crush the ones you don't like ... much. but thanks for the one you liked
    me too, I'm sturggling with 3d s**t
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    hehe nice char , suitable for comic work .The style of line is great.
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    Your figures and portraits are really confident zou

    And i must say..that oil painting from post 278 on your previous page is really something!! i really like how you did the strokes and how edgy they feel!

    Good luck onwards;
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    Hey there! Your figure work has improved quite a bit but I really like your digital paintings! Especially the helmet on the last page, that looks great. You have a very good grasp of metal and reflections.
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    just to post a portrait (feel rusty)
    still doing crappy 3D
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    Nice job! I think you could go darker with your accents though. Especially around the eyes.
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    Good work you've done in here. Thought the white horses one was pretty great.

    Agreed with Dizon about the eyes... they look a little flat without a bit of tone around them.
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    i think thats what loomis calls "rythmic lines"! very organic....keep it up, prolly make the rendering follow the form. would make it even more cool!
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    Zou!
    Oil painting? That seems like quite an achievement if you have that little experience with the medium. Impressive.
    Those figures are improving rapidly. One thing you can notice from comparing the poses from imagination with those from life, is how some of the last ones are more 'comfortable'. Try and feel for yourself if a certain pose would be tense or at rest, stable or in motion. I believe consciously thinking like this is a great help. Not quite sure if you're learning from a book, Bridgman mentions 'rhytm' and 'flow'. There's more to a pose than anatomy alone! Although now that I'm typing this, I notice how the last ones are much better.... Keep at it!

    Think the digital portraits in #268 are very well done. Something really happened here. As if you got the right feel, or learned something new. But you probably know better yourself.
    In general you can see a shift in those portraits. Sometimes those heads were too thin or had too little structure, but its happening less and less...

    Very subtle lips and nose in that last one.

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    thanks for replies.


    these days i'm sketching fast sketches from life, that aren't worth to scan and post. but i post some of them to keep updates.

    thanks for support
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    What do you mean not worth scanning and posting? These are great! I think your linework has developed nicely.
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