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    Aye
    here comes the next update. smaller but anyway.

    MorteM: cheers babe, your crits and comments are always a big help for me, thanks a lot

    still using camera thats why the quality sucks.
    here is some life drawing ive made, enjoy

    here is a portrait, dont know but not longer hten 15 minutes.
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    not sure about time, but life drawing is fun
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    and another one
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    and some more tweaks on teh minotaur...
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    cheers

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    great progress !!
    i love the portreits

    cheers!


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    Nice thread the portraits show promise <> the placement of features is critical and the the initial construction lines the life or death to the drawing,

    Eyes <> the inside corners of the eyes should always in in alignment regardless of position or aspect of the head <> the outside corners of the eyes will also be in alignment.

    This is the important part the inside corners and the outside corners should not be on the side alignment.

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    You've a really good SB going here, though I agree with hurricane: it does look like you're trying too hard. Loosen up, follow the lines and flow of the shapes and enjoy it~ If it's boring as hell, or if you're tired, try to make it fun by adding something like silly captions or a mini mascot making comments/gestures. <---this could serve as self-critiquing in a more enjoyable, maybe humorous, form.

    *Wonderful* portraits and hand studies!

    Keep' em coming~ and thanks for posting in my SB!

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    Quick silver: cheers, yours is lovly too. thansk for the crit, ill keep that in mind

    Mentler: cheers man, thanks alot for the comments and crits!

    Hurricane: youre the man!


    One session in oc with hurri
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    a sketch for a caricature on a friend
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    my first 3ch painting 20 minutes
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    a cat
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    thats all for this time,. cheers

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    ok, hammer time

    first of i mirrored the image to show it easier..
    1. you need to either have it in a "hard edged, no fade" style or shade it all, atm it looks just rushed. so i've done 2 exampels of the arm, do you see the difference?

    2. With the decition from 1. (i presume it's shading) you need to work the form more, you suggest the shape/form with a solid area, and 100%pressure.. i made a exampel there, do you see how i've worked the lines? its the same value but just faded and changed in its rythm...you can almost see the form of the cloth... SO, you need to work on your brushwork... do form studies, where you lower the opacity and use a airbrush and work the transitions! do lit spheres!

    3. draw better lines, longer ones...i redrew the line on the right side until i got it right, do it too... don't give up and studder the lines...more confidence...because it's digital ctrl+z is your friend!

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    now for the good things!
    MAJOR progress!
    the hand and cat pic....hands are great !! alittle too yellow but still huge steps !
    i see alot of increased confidence and steps in the right direction !


    come on now, work it
    cheers !!


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    looking good big man, take hurris crit to your heart, I know I just did

    Hugs!

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    Yeah man, there is alot of progress here - I'll agree with whoever further up the thread said "draw through" more - it forces you to think of everything as 3d-objects.

    Oh, and do follow Hurri's crit - especially when it comes to line confidence. It might be messy at first but the improvement you'll get from it is amazing.

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    PLenty of improvement to be seen here dude. Liked your pieces that deal with foreshortening and over the top views.

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    Ok, here is a small update.
    some drawings that are used later for a cd cover for class.

    hope you like em,

    about 1.5 hours:
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    and about teh same 1.5 hours
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    about 20mins:
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    about 15 mins (i hate this one)
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    and the actual cover:
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    cheers.

    Hurricane: cheers for that badass crit!
    Pencilator: thansk man , catch you on msn!
    ohjay: cheers, ill try to do that,
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    ok, havent scanned anything, about to do that sooon,
    here is a quick oc ive made, during a session with alert.

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    cheers

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    You've made a big improvement, man, this is great!
    I dig the last few graphite pieces. I'd love to see you try your hand at more creatures
    CHEERS!
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    dude, the oc sketch is alittle rushed but the progress is there, i can see that you have started to "see" what is missing, now the only thing that is left is to beat it into your hands by pure repetition!

    keep at it bro, and feel free to ask anything on msn!

    cheers !


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