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    Cool cyborg, the wiring in his mechanical arm is a nice detail.
    You may want to make his left shoulder a bit broader though, to make everything more symmetrical (assuming his left 'pectoralis major' is as well developed as his right, of course )

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    thx for liking the wirings wim. The asymetrical shoulder is part of the design but I think I should have move the metal arm closer to the root of the limb. Also need to learn how to render metal cus that looks like plastic haha.

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    Dude nice apple! Looks great. The character is cool too, altho in my opinion you should skip the squares alltogether.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boogieman
    Dude nice apple! Looks great. The character is cool too, altho in my opinion you should skip the squares alltogether.
    dito. Btw, did you start in color right away without pencil sketch? That apple doesnn't seem ripe to eat yet though. Maybe some softer edges for the highlights and shadows will make its sexier, dunno.

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    i think i goofed, if i remember right I put the apple between the lightsource and me so the main highlight isn't visible. that light green part is suppose to be hue shift. The purple spot is the reflection of my monitor.

    yeah the squares are wack now that I look at it again, I jsut wanted to try out a new technique.

    I always start with a loose sketch, then mass the values then blend, clean up edges. same approach here in the workshop section. I think I'm gonna record myself in painter via scripts later.

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    here's some real time action.
    http://home.comcast.net/~dreadedfist/apple2.avi



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    The highlighted side has a nice round shape, but the shadow side isn't

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    that's because shadows have soft edges and don't overlap. You can see this better here:

    http://simplestroke.com/l_apple_11.html

    But I agree, where the shadow meet the midtone, there should be more blending.

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    It looks good man. If you squint it looks real good. Like you could eat it. You ever painted with oils or some other traditional media?

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    I agree with Boogieman here, nice work on the apple

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    here's a vampire related to dracula.


    I should have paid more attention to the structures. might redo it but I think I'll just start over fresh. Doing this made me realize there are a lot of things I don't know so I think I'm just gonna take it easy on the colored illustrations and stick to anatomy and basic paintings in painting class for now.

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    Do you have a clear design of the clothing befor you start painting it? It looks kinda messy as if you didn't know for sure what you wanted to paint. For a speedpainting its good though.

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    that's because I'm trying not to see details. That's a downfall of successful painting. Details are to be add last.

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    Guys chill. Keep it light. Painting looks good 25, put some more time in it and I think you could pull out something real nice. I know the feeling you're talking about tho, realizing how much you don't know. I get it daily... But the only way to learn in this biz is by doing so I say take it as far as you can by yourself then stick in the CC and hope DS stops by

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    yeah good comments. very nice painting. dont let how much u know stop u from painting. have u ever read dirty-c's 3 rules to painting? well u should if u havent, they are wat i live by. besides the only way ull know more is to keep painting.

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    double true on the dirty-c's 3 rules obx. thx for the link. I had a talk with my friend about this too and he told me overachieving is a good way to learn. Now that I've gotten over my dissatisfaction with the vampire piece I can see where he is coming from. Part of rhe reasons why I wasn't satisfied was because of a perspective that I didn't have that is mentioned in dirty-c's rules: I'm here to make good paintings later, not now. So I really appreciate that read.

    i also think we're kind of getting out of schedule with posting and commenting. What say we start bugging each other every other day if someone hasn't posted new art or hasn't left comments in another member's SB.

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    Another speedpaint (if you count an hour as speed). I think I ruined it toward the end. I'll post the movie later so you guys can see my weakness hehe.



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    good thoughts, i like reading those rules, gets me pumped up. they are also easy to apply in other circumstances, but i dont think u get the same effect... lol. yah we should be pressureing more, but not too much, the one thing i think is that wen ppl look at a persons sb, they wanna see art right? well if we were to comment and crit like crazy we would fill eachother sketchbooks up with writing, and less drawing. so mabey a good idea, would be to exchange our aim or msn screen names. this way we could be able to hassel eachother outside of the forum or sumthin. rather than fill eachothers sbs with useless hassel posts. in no way am i saying u shouldnt leave comments or crits. hell i live off them, sometimes they are the only reason i draw.

    aside from all this im super glad im in the sketchgroup, i seems that we have almost everyone active, and updateing atleast twice a week. and since i live in an area were there arent many ppl interested in the kind of art i am interested in, this also give me a place to meet and commune with other artist with the same interest. its great, im feel like im getting pushed, hell i never used to draw for 2-3 hours a day. now on the occassion i do. also, must remember that we all have a life off the internet, and if a person doesnt post on that given day, theyre may or propably is a good reason, benifit of the doubt.

    now that ive finished dumping a huge post in 25s sb, ill comment on ur vampire. first crit, how do i know its a vampire, if ive never read ur brief before u posted the picture? just something to think about. other than that elemental flaw, i think the whole drawing kicks ass. even if it took u an hour, it looks like it got sneezed onto the fing paper. a color full sneeze of imagination. llllove it man, i wouldnt mind to see more in that style. that calligraphic brush is intense. and i like the stokes.

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    Hey MASTER D-FIST 25 DAYS... Creating a character is tough, for shure... But don't give up!... I gotta comment though that you seem to be uncounsciously thinking of other characters when you're making you're own... Your cyborg is kinda reminiscent of Tetsuo from AKIRA and your vampire is somewhat looking like Alucard from Castlevania...

    As for painting, I can't crit you on that, since I suck at painting myself...

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    hey seb, maybe it IS alucard haha. If you check the filename, I saved it as alucard 1 and 2. I just refer to it as a vampire since I don't know if everyone will recognize him.

    OBX: thx for your thoughts. I didn't mean for us to bug each other with posts. I was thinking about sending PM's. But Instant msging is a better idea. That way it seems less formal and pushy.

    my aim screen name is bboystep

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master 25 Days
    hey seb, maybe it IS alucard haha. If you check the filename, I saved it as alucard 1 and 2. I just refer to it as a vampire since I don't know if everyone will recognize him.
    Hrm.... Shame on everybody who doesn't recognize Alucard (Hellsing Alucard is cool too)...

    How's the 3rd Strike competition goin'?...

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    I wish I could give some crits here, but I know so little about digital painting. Anatomy-wise, it's looking good (as far as I can tell) but personally, I'd add a little more detail to the eyes...

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    archie dwell of the new bells. Here's another try. not too happy with this since I painted more than I think on this. made alot of careless strokes. 30 min i think.



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    Hehe, its hard to paint fast but not rush it. I got the some problem. But your paintings are comming along great. Keep at it.

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    Great portrait! Its nice showing us the progress.
    The upper lip looks a bit too thick though
    But, its some nice work anyway!

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    thats awsome! i think u hit it really well. even tho some features are exagerated. but thats wat u have to do, to make portraits work, just exagerate things a lil more, and it will be more believable and pop. its neat coz i can look at the final peice and know that its jonny depp. great stuff.

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    Wow, that's a nice speedpaint... You did great!...

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    Nice works n great likeness on last celebrity study. Dig the Apple.
    May SSG#12 rock on....

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    Thats so cool. You've got a funny way of sketching. Be carefull not to exagerate the difference in tone too much, cuz it become more visible when you make it more skincolorish.

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