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    Not bad at all, that figure painting. What colors did you mix for the skin ?
    Indeed, you've come a long way with your concepts since the beginning. You didn't do all of these from mind, did you ?


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    I used refs for the painted figure and this
    http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d43/Okinako/59a.jpg
    Otherwise everything is from the mind. Though its polluted with studying lots of stuff for hours and hours, and memorizing how they should go. I've been told doing everything from the mind gets you know where, so I'm trying to work more referenced, and life drawings in.

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    gettin better, just keep pluggin away.
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    Quite a nice batch of new stuff you've posted.

    I think you should spend more time doing stuff from refs. You already made a note on how Kevin Chan breaks things down into shapes to make it easier to understand, so try to do the same thing. After awhile you'll find that you can draw anything if you break it down into simple shapes.
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    took a while to get back to it but here we are.
    You Lack Discpline!

    I think I'll leave this where it is and start doing other ones with different poses

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    Nice detail in her hand Oki, and you still managed to preserve that painterly look.
    I think the outer edge of her right arm is too straight though, making it look 'stiff' (almost like a plastic tube). Or it could just be the highlight that's too bright, I'm not sure...
    Last edited by wim; August 13th, 2006 at 10:19 AM.

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    Right upper arm is also a little too long. You should come back and finish it.
    The flesh tone looks pretty good. I think you can up the saturation more. It'll look really unnatural at first but after you add other colors to cool down the highly sat colors, you will have a more vibrant image.
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    wow i was looking over ur studies more. are those ur notes? good thoughts. and great exercises. ur figures are improveing a mile a minute.
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    Haven't drawn in a while so here's a little something i just did.

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    It's been a while since my last update, I've been in a slump so i didn't feel like posting but oh well

    I think I'm getting out the slump, I've got one more image i just need my digi camera since its too big to scan.
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    cool beans! anatomy just gets better and better.

    Mind the eye placement on your faces though, they tend toward th to high and too far apart......

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    Hey, these new ones are pretty good. The anatomy and proportion in the last one with the witch hat is very believable. Try to go easy on the shading though. They can hurt the image if they're not applied correctly.
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    nother addition
    You Lack Discpline!

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    Loving this pose, looks all cool and martial arts like
    http://i32.photobucket.com/albums/d43/Okinako/53a.jpg

    you might profit from a fast way to research poses and then build em on top of em. the two guys pushing with swords couldve gone right with that in an instant. Im sure you are familiar with loomis, If not check out his mannequin thing, its a solid tool for searching quick w/o worrying bout all the flash and masses. like what you`re doin a lot~!
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