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    Woot posemaniacs
    Varying times for the first one
    30 second poses for the second one.


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    dooood finish some personal stuff and push your limits.
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    Keep it up, I especially dig your pencil work!

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    Wot texabobbit said!

    Your rendered stuff is looking like it's coming together, but I wonder how much you're getting from the posemaniac stuff. I find that the smooth mannequin look isn't really all that helpful except as a very rough guide. The b&w pic of the girl with the dangly arm looks like you put a bit of effort into her face and then buggered off to watch tv when you got to her body.

    You can do bettar! We all know it, stop pretending!
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    Epic Fail...I'm getting the Block right now and its pissing me off.

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    WIP for the teen challenge =] first one for me.
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    Decided to scrap that one and make a new one.

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    Woot for Small Moleskine SBs
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    hey nice sb you got here, i like your concepts and all those studies are looking good. in your digis maybe push the values a bit more to help with contrast, and depth. other than that just keep on keeping on your definitely on the right track.
    To live is to create, to create is to live. Without art and music, I do not know how I would get by in my day to day life.

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    TheSadPencil: Thanks I'll keep that in mind, for now though i won't be doing much digistuff as I got a macbook for school so i no longer have painter I just have Photoshop CS3, so i have to learn that, otherwise I'll be posting sketches and such so be on the look out for more tomorrow.

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    damn you can draw!
    only crit on the figures are to loosen up on the hands and feet, they still look a bit 2d. the rest of them are great!
    and your renderings are very nice
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    A small figure paint i'm working on in PS. Still getting used to it, just found some brushes from the ImagineFX Workshop files.

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    i really like the thumbnails in your last post! do you start with an outline and fill that up or do you just scribble?
    the woman study is interesting, the green light from below is nice. somehow the skin's texture lokks a bit too fluffy for skin, i think it should be smoother.
    keep it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by katinki View Post
    i really like the thumbnails in your last post! do you start with an outline and fill that up or do you just scribble?
    the woman study is interesting, the green light from below is nice. somehow the skin's texture lokks a bit too fluffy for skin, i think it should be smoother.
    keep it up!
    I know i'm still learning a bit and i haven't figured a method for blending, because in Painter I had just add Water...but now i don't in PS.

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    More work. Tried to smoothen out the skin =\ Don't know how succesful it was.

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    Further Smoothened using a specific brush. Going to make this one the specific. update for this figure
    so that i don't just end up bumping
    Last edited by ThabisoMhlaba; October 7th, 2008 at 09:27 PM.

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    NICE RACK, and the smoothing looks great

    now for the face =D
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    Hey, I read your post in the lounge. let's see what to say.

    1. 19 pages! good job! That's shows a good commitment. Now, post more often, and draw more. That's 1.

    2. Try more studies from life. Try some still lifes to help with proportions, the recent figures from life are a bit out of wack - the pencil ones. That one arm is so thin. The latest digital figures are better.

    3. Try and bring something to a greater finish. It'd be nice to see a finished piece here (granted I only checked the last three pages).

    I'm no great artist myself. This is just what I see you need doing. Keep going, you're making progress!

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    Some sketches...something wierd happened with the third one I'll need to resize me thinks.

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    Since I've been talking all this nonsense about being in college, here's some of the recent work I've done from school. My drawings are still being graded so I'll take pictures of those later.
    All from my Digital Studio Class. The one with pears and the one with the chair, and an effect behind it are practices in tracing, and replacing. So none of those peppers are the original one. Something I've never really done.
    The third is a mock magazine cover. I got all the photos from CA. Zhang Lu's stuff is awesome =]. And mock articles at the bottom and side, a Bio of myself on the bottom left as a req. Digital Arts is an actual magazine and thats their logo. Don't really know how to go about not taking credit for it. The last one is a vector image of a Bugatti Veyron that i did today in class...took about an hour and a half because i had no idea what i was doing. My first thing out of illustrator.

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    I'm never gonna get to finish that Figure, because like an idiot i forgot to save the PSD after saving the Jpeg.
    Here's a small speed paint took about 45min to an hour I'll do more later tonight.
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    havn't been on in a while, but hey man, stuffs looking pretty good, keep it up
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    Here's some work. I haven't done much.
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