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    well its defenately different to paint with oilcolours than with digital, kind of like easy way out but beeing hectic mother this is all I can do now

    hey ! I was thinking that I was only studying the use of colours and painting style but then I got further and started studying the proportions, Im wondering weather one should beginning to use rulers or something to make sure things are in right measurement anyhow this is how I fixed the measurements and looks much more like the original now !



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    My contribution to the cause, A Sorolla study-



    There's some great work here.

    "absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee

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    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...=29869&page=54
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    mjsz- Very nice, you have a nice touch with the lines.

    It seems kinda dead around here but here's another one, any help with the name of this artist would be great.


    "absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee

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    This is my copy after a Rubens drawing. Been working on this for a number of days. Sorry if I was not able to post for quite a while. As for the other copy from the previous post above, I was not able to finish it. I got bored with that one so I started this one instead. This scan is a bit lighter than the original.



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    hey everybody.

    sorry i've been absent for so long. finally got my computer back up and running. everything here's looking really sweet.

    here's another Rembrandt, in graphite.



    keep up the great work!

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    I think this is someone you guys might recogonize...Cheers



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    amazing drawing, inspiring

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    can i bend the rule just a little? this drawing is inspired by a John Singer Sargent drawing. forgive me.



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    Great work guys, just thought I'd drop my Mona Lisa study I just completed.

    All in all I think it came out okay, a few things that I'd remember for next time but overal captures at least 70% of the feel I think.

    I lost track of how many hours I used for th study, but whatever it was I learned a fuckload from it. Next study will be a Rembrandt oil paint study.

    Btw - if you want to see a step-by-step: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=51425





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    Totally kick-ass. Simply marvelous. Did you darken a white paper manually? Or did you use some kind of white pastel or charcoal? Could you please tell me the tools you used, if not, thats not a problem.

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    click the link - it takes you through every single step it took to complete it.

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    nice work magic man. I know its not an exact copy and all that, but the hands seem rather manly.The top part of the sky seems a tad unfinished in the center and overall glow around the figure takes away from the pieces overall impact for me. Otherwise Very good work, I'm impressed by your subtle values and attention to detail.

    I've been meaning to put this up for a while. It is a Velazquez study i did in a couple of days. Learned alot from this guy.
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    really awesome stuff . here are some I did , the first one is ingres and the second is sargent , keep up the good work guys . I'm still trying to figure out how to work acrylics though ....





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    Here's a little something as a contribution to this great thread.
    (Sorry, but its about a month old)
    I was trying to campare Maria Magdalena, as how Tizian drew her, and his pupil El Greco (did that one within Museum ) (thats why I messed it up )



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    blacky those two are my old time favorite painters..besides the master raphael hehe..im glad this thread is growing everytime..if you guys have any questions let me know..im studying at www.mimsstudios.com and we are making amazing discoveries on the old ways..hopefully i do my first cast painting and a master copy to show you..the florence academy are a bit lost hehe..take care..

    my new site, is crazy stuff but is my own space, I can say whatever!! hehe:
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    hey guys, alot of great stuff happening in this thread. I want to start my own master copy drawing (Bargue i think there called? the ones where you spend weeks and weeks trying to make your drawing identicle) and was wondering where all of you find your original drawings? thanks, keep up the good work!

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    I just stumbled upon this site during one of my endless picture searches and I am really pleased to see what a great site you have here. Keep up the good work everybody.

    I am an artist myself (surrealism/symbolism/visionary art) and spend most energy on my own stuff, but once in a while I make a study or two. These paintings are copies of the Danish painter Wilhelm Hammersh°i.


    This is the original:



    This is mine:




    This is the original:


    This is mine:



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    Camilla, your vase came out just perfectly, thats my weak side, hard symmetrical objects and am not too keen on painting them either

    Magicman that is just so insane, i dont know if I dare to even try drawing Mona Lisa, she is so subtle I will probably get nerve breakdown or something

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bojee
    mjsz- Very nice, you have a nice touch with the lines.

    It seems kinda dead around here but here's another one, any help with the name of this artist would be great.

    Looks totally familiar but does not come to me right now who this painter is.. help please, okay I give you one name, Renoir, it kind of looks like Renoir or at least one of the impressionist's painting but most especially Renoir or then Degas

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    Camilla-awesome studies. Girl on above one might be poping out too much not looking as integrated as in original. I also would say that yours look sort of cooler(bluish) than originals. As originals seem to contain more warm tones, making atmospere more comfortable, believable. Your surfaces look sort of too sterile compared to original.
    But, hey. You did a marvelous job nevertheless , thanks for sharing and welcome to CA

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    Great work everybody! There's no better way to learn technique than to study the paintings of the masters.

    Anyways this mine, I did it last year for my dad's birthday. It took a hell long time to finish and im still not satisfied with it. There is something in the facial expression of the original that makes it unbelievable. Well what can I say... Da Vinci was incredible. But I didn't succeed in capturing it here By the way this is "Cecilia Gallerani"

    oil on canvas.....
    what do you think?



    and the link to a bigger version http://photobucket.com/albums/v102/d...erani-link.jpg

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    Caravaggio - The Incredulity of Saint Thomas

    Oil on canvas. Done in a weekend for a color theory class. Still working on it.


    I need to take a better, less blurry, picture.

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    Study of French artist of the 18th century Francois Boucher "Madame de Pompadour"



    Digital, day or so.

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    I found a new master to admire and copy !!!!!!!!! He is phenomenal

    His name is Pierre-Auguste Cod, and there are more masters like him on this site:

    THE ART RENEWAL CENTER



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    Another study after Pierre Auguste Cot, work in progress stage 1



    changed some proportion mistakes and corrected the color values closer to the original paintings ones and added some little details

    Stage 2




    Stage 3




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    Sargent Copy

    There is some really nice things going on in here! Good job everyone!

    Ok so this is a Sargent copy, it is for a class, and it is killn me, this is my first painting class where i get to use a brush, i had another class 2 yrs ago but i use a palette knife only. I am traditionally a Product designer but i am enjoying this alot.


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    Materials are Acrylic and Bright brushes only with a limited pallete. Format 15 x 20 Cold Press Heavey weight illustration board.



    I could really use any help to get this and good as i can, i feel kind of lost in how to develop it more. Thanks


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    Egets, such a pleasure to see this beauty, these two at swing, you did a wonderful interpretation, the mood is overwhelming, colors, lighting, Ahhh, I love it, saved it, such a precious beauty. Is it mix of watercolor and digital or totally digital? hard to tell .
    Thank you so much.
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