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    Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook. I really like what you got goin on in here. All of the studies, character and environment alike are really solid, and show a broad range of talent. I especially like your environments though. I really like the colors you use as well as the lighting. Keep it up. Have some starz.

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    color studies

    Peter: Thanks buddy, looking foward to oc with you when i got a decent computer
    ArtZealot: Thanks mate, you really improved a lot since 2-3 years, nice kick in the ass for someone lazy like me.

    K so lets start his page with some color studies and quick paintings.. figure i should kee pushing with enviros since im still really far behind with figures, all my stuff still lack design and cool ideas, learning the technical aspect of art should not prevent you from creating interesting content in your paintings. Reading a lot of books too recently, just finished reading Ala Prima , I recommend it to everyone even if you dont know anything about oil paint.
    Crits and tips on what to improve more than welcome !
    week end now woohooo
    hmm is anybody reading this anyway ? haha

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    ohh forgot
    that was for the DSG but the thread was locked, dunno why but i like it
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteC View Post
    My57, its not in the rist its in the software, i used the lasso tool in Alchemy
    lol cheater...

    anyways good stuff going in the thread lately. Like the environment pics ^_^

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    grrrreat enviro!

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    nice environments man =D more... MOREEEEeee!!!

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    My57: Hehe its not cheating, its the way the software works, did you try it yet ?
    Vorace: Merci

    Callops: You too, morrreee mooooreee !!

    Not much in this update, still havent scanned my moleskin,m i think ill wait until all the pages are used. So i spent 2 lunches on this sargent study, around 2 hours in total, i will do more studies for sure. And some doodling....
    Oh and quick figure drawings, 30 sec and 1 min, still suck but i hope ill improve each week.
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    Cool work dude, really like the brushwork on the studies at the top of the page, and the Sargent. Keep up the good work!

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    About the portrait: maybe some harder edges on het cheel and lower the right eye a little? Good painting otherwise. Those b&w PS doodles look interesting, good idea for an exercise.

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    NIce sargent study!

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    i know what the tool does, im just to stubborn to use it xD

    like the recent portrait btw. Nice colours.

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    I haven't been here for a while. Fantastic udpates lately. I really like the loosely painted portrait and that weird cat-fish creature.
    Environments have nice texture and brushstrokes but I think they are a bit too saturated. You need to leave the strongest colors for the focal point.

    Keep going.

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    very nice , enjoy your colors studies , you can't be wrong with those , but i noticed that you use the gesture method in your quick figure sketches , you should use a more soft pencil or charcoal , it will help more then you imagine , funny cat-fish-thingy ^^

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    wow great looking updates, dude.
    the envirostudies are really cool, good use of brushes!
    keep sharing!

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    oooh I love the colours in that last portrait! I also enjoy those landscapes at the top. Yup, colours looking good there too. Keep practising with them modelstudies. You WILL get better by every one that you do.

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    Vloth: Thanks for the motivation , i find model study to be really hard, espcially longer pose, its easy for me to loose concentration.. i hope nude drawings every 2 weeks + anatomy studies will get me somewhere.

    Monotony: Thanks , always a pleasure to see your stuff and see you here

    Giorge: Your right, i used a regular pencil, not really good for thickness variation in lines hmmm willt ry to work on that

    Favrus: hey !! hello, thanks for the crit, im a lot more cocnerned about focal point these days, espcially with values but ill try to inclue saturation in the same way of thinking.

    My57: Thanks !
    Kidult: thanks man, will take a look at your sb one day when i got time i promise

    Walnut: Those exercice are really meant to improve drawing first, line sketching in PS, the values on top are also helping ( i think ) to improve your sense of form. I hope to improve my lines a lot so im working on that. Thanks for the crit, i wont retouch the sargent study cauz i just dont like replaying with old stuff, but ill keep that in mind for the next one

    PieMonster: Thankkkss !!!


    Been a while, im really not updating this enough. Lot of work, lack of sleep = no good. Still trying to push some sketches there and there during lunch and when getting back home after cooking dinner heh !

    Here are some brushes and values experimentations .. i really like this new brush, it keeps some of the color underneath instead of just glazing over again and again. And some bad sketches
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    Each page get better and better, great job.

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    wow your enviros are wicked an a ton of cool charactors i really like the latest enviro at the front of your sb madd depth cheers'

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    looking good man!! i love the moleskins! keep it up!

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    excellent painting and sketch!i love them.keep upadting!!

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    Good stuff, good stuff! The environments are really coming along well.

    All this study sketching you're doing will pay off! Already showing progress.

    Try something new :] Gave you some stars for motivation! DRAW!

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    Killer environments.. liking the moleskin action!

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    Question! was that last portrait of the lady something from your head or did you copy it? if you did it from your head could you give me a brief thought process? im horrible at painting from my head xD

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    mate, whatever brush you're using in those recent monochromatic paintings is absolutely sick, really tight controlled work. You're packing loads into those moleskin pages too, they look great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteC View Post
    just finished reading Ala Prima , I recommend it to everyone even if you dont know anything about oil paint.
    Crits and tips on what to improve more than welcome !
    week end now woohooo
    hmm is anybody reading this anyway ? haha
    I do ! The enviros are pretty tight and I really like the loose stroking on them.
    I think some further gradiation in value and hue would help them get even better though, the water in this one feels flat to me
    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1236381545
    and totally kills the depth
    I think this image is better in that respect:
    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1236381595

    because of the bright values that fade to dark and saturated and then back to bright and desaturated again. The value and contrast changes make for some interesting visuals stuff going on in there.


    Alla prima rocks by the way.

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    Thanks everyone, really tired tonight so sorry if i dont reply..
    Just a quick photo study from today, about 30 min.. trying brush and stuff.

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    Your pencils are awesome, your figures are great, but your environments SLAY me, dude. Amazing sense of color and light in those.

    Keep it up! I want moooooooore.

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    damn this stuffs coming along great , but still your strong point are environments

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    Clicked you thread because of this one Great mood you got going there! I wanna know what's going on down under the overhead light there!

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