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    chess in the park (animated gif process) *updated 10.29.5*

    ive been donig a lot of thinking lately about my art, and how i really havent taken the time to really study color and light, so i started looking more at craig mullins, steve huston, sargent, etc. and really trying to understand how they can create a believable image using color and light and not by simply copying what is directly in front of them. so anyway, i took this pic a couple years ago in the park in chinatown and thought i would give it a try. i feel like i need to go back to school.

    chess in the park (animated gif process) *updated 10.29.5*

    chess in the park (animated gif process) *updated 10.29.5*
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    WWWWWOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWWW
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    very nice lighting!
    I was seeing your page time ago!nice selfportraits!
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    Fabulous! The blue bar kinda stands out though. Good job!
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    You never cease to amaze at how much you improve which each painting you complete. Very good!
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    ok, i muted the blue bar some and posted the new version.

    cait -

    pixeldragoon - fixed it

    orion - thanks!
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    Most inspiring piece of the day right here. The process gif is great.
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    totally true.
    but tell me something about mine!please darken
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    Most inspiring piece of the day right here. The process gif is great.

    He's lying. It's much greater than that .

    Seriously tho... thats awsome... got a great style, and ur pose's(? lol) capture life really well. Very inspiring, makes me wanna draw and paint... but im gettin into sculpting so . Keep it up, hope to see more.
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    ha hah a ha
    ok.
    i am waiting opinions for mine...li lo la...
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    one of the best pieces ive seen in this site in a long time....no disrespect to other espectacular pieces i´ve seen, but this one haves something i never seen so far, im really inspired.
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    the blues on the bench look great. very nice lighting as well!
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    awesome subject. doing lighting studies is the next step for you cuz you already have a lot of technical skill now you just gotta push it and bring everything together..

    nice one.
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