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    Yeah, I keep an eye on it, no problem ! Nice stuff [and good luck] with the chow#27. Cheers, F.
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    Very nice, colours improving in leaps and bounds!

    The quick sketch looks great, I would definitely go back to it and finish it, or use it as a base sketch for a painting!
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    Wow Edite, kickass improvement.
    Just one thought, the leg positioning on your ChoW is somewhat akward, I think the pose is unbalanced so you might want to check that.
    Anyway keep it up.
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    Digging the last couple pics. GL with the Chow, chica!

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    I already gave you my 2 cents about that chow, so i'll just say good work with that bridge, maybe go back to it some time and finish it? Detailed drawings of architecture always impress me.

    Keep up the good work!

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    i am liking the watercolour feel to it .. the colours compliment and at the same time contradict her elegance .. i like it alot ..
    btw .. where is CHOW ?! .. cannot seem to find it anywhere ...

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    When did you become so freakin good?
    Ever since that oilpainting its all amazing.
    See you in Brussels

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    I like the oil post #192. You got any progress futher on that one?
    nice SB, keep it up my friend

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    Hi Fooxoo (Edite, is it?)
    Thought I'd better stop being such a slack arse and actually pop in and say hi, given how many nice things you've said in my book!!
    There's really good progression in here, and it's good to see you're using bridgeman. Personally, I think he's great, but there's so many rules and the books are so big that I always recommend people look at Byrne Hogarth's books first. The rules are much simpler, and while his anatomy is very comic-oriented, I think that if you try and remember a few of his rules and double check against them when you're life drawing that it helps you build a model of the human body in your mind. This is the best way to really learn the form, I think, as it allows you to take it away and draw from imagination with solid grounding.

    If I was to recommend one thing with your life drawing (the self portraits are all I've seen) it's that you should maybe try and think of them as tonal pictures. As you will have been told I'm sure, there's many ways to find and double check form. A straight line drawing is very demanding and will only show you one path. But if you use charcoal, it can be much easier to understand the relationship between form and negative space. The way I taught myself to do this was to use it on its side, bigger than you're comfortable with. The in built inaccuracies of working this way actually free you from worrying too much, and it allows you to really just think in terms of shapes. After all, if it's going to be wrong anyway, why stress so much? This is obviously a pretty big part of the three rules, btw hehe

    Ok, that's enough lecturing for today. Hope it made sense.

    To be more specific to you, you seem to display an ability with painting I'd say is far ahead of your drawing right now. That's really great, and maybe the technique I mentioned with charcoal will help you link the form-based working of painting with the border-based logic of drawing.

    Oh, and the abstract piece up there is really great. I dig that stuff totally

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    yeah some nice updates fooxoo, keep posting

    cheers

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    oooh i like the CHOW painting. the lips are very good ^^

    about your sketches, i think you need some line weight....it's so just all one color. try using harder lines occasionally and vary the thick and thinness.

    keep it up!


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    oo i like your sketch in the park. *sigh* i wish i had parks that pretty. i like the COW too. keep it up!!

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    Thanks for comments all, Ill reply when I have eaten... too hungry now.

    Update on oil paiting ... done today .. finished like 10 minutes ago ... in about 4 hours. Still some tweaking to do (please keep in mind that this is my 2nd oil painting ever and the photo is a bit crap, any ideas how to take a good photo of oil paintings? And it s still wet )

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    very nice!
    On the whole, really good! Especially with oil!
    My only crits would be that the I think the eyesockets are slightly too dark... and the messy shoulder is throwing me off... and the pit of the neck is a little triangular...


    but much better than I can do....!

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