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    Nice ears...I'd do 'em! Keep it up

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    Hey man, just wanted to say, the way you're constructing these shapes for facial parts. Geez.

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    hey ulver,
    lots of going on there. nice works. love the lips cast study a lot. solid forms. you have a good grasp on structures, everything looks dimensional. learned a lot here since that's the huge weakness of mine. keep up bro.

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    Olle - thanks much mate! Think I gonna post some Really ugly non ref stuff someday
    oma - Thank you! More portraits in progress
    max xiantu - Thanks for kind words man and for stopping by!
    Saikin - Thank you!
    sabe - hehe thank you!
    isair - Thanks bro! Glad you like it!

    one more ref from G. Civardi`s book:

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    Very nice portrait study.
    I'd really like to see one from life after that :.

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    Nice profile...I'd say the nose looks a bit weird but I don't know the ref or what it looks like

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    Very good portrait study. Only one critc : the ear is flat and I think a little imprecise. I hope this ref can help you to understand what I want to say

    ciao

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    realy like that rendering of yours.

    have to work on more portraits again!.

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    Thanks a lot for replies guys!
    Now it`s time for real crappy non ref update!
    Tried to redraw one of my old drawings, and as a result shading totally sucks I guess. C&C more than appreciated!

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    not bad for a non reffed peace!

    crits: but i think the boy's head is to large. if you compare it with the girls head.
    shading is better in your previous work, but i like the idea.

    i realy like that idea! i like the little white monsters . they are awesome, hope to seen more of you soon :0.

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    Thank you very much for crits, oma!

    update: 1st is from Gordon`s book, next two are from photorefs:

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    wow, no crit's this time .


    realy like that second one !!!
    well done. update more often .

    Great work once again .

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    Hi Ulver ! In last updates are more good studies, in particular I love this portrait
    http://i61.photobucket.com/albums/h62/Ulver23/59.jpg
    Keep more update , cheers

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    Hi Ulver

    That unreffed one is cool. There is some problems with the boy. His head - like oma said - might be a bit big, makes him look a lot younger compared to the girl (might be intended though) and his feet looks flat compared to the rest of the drawing. Their arms and hand are quite tiny but that just cute, the boys arm however bends a bit wierd, kind of feels like there isn't any bones in there. The overall rendering of the pic is very well done but I think you should try to emphasise the cubic shapes more, right now the whole picture looks very round and smooth (which isn't really wrong), I think that sharpening up some edges and corners in there would give it a more rigid look. (not sure if that came out right, I can't really put in words, sorry.)

    Those small white monsters are so crazy omfg beautiful and cool, I love them!

    Reffed stuff is just as nice as always.

    Keep it up man, you're doing great. ^^

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    Ditto on the second portrait and the little white monsters. Great stuff!

    One suggestion/crit, on the monster/boy/girl piece, see if you can suggest distance using tone in conjunction with the one point perspective.

    Great new update brother :.

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    Is that third one Milla Jovovich? Great drawing.

    Middle one kind of reminds me of the Harry Potter movies girl (Emma Watson I think...too lazy to IMDB). Her arms in the sketch look a bit noodly, and her body seems a bit elongated, but it's still good (better than anything I can do anyway).

    Great work though.

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    oma - Thanx, mate! I`ll try to update more often, hope I`ll have time for it
    Dreamworker - Thank you! Gonna keep it up!
    Olle - Thanks a lot for such detailed reply, mate! It`s really very helpful feedback! I have to practice more with figurative stuff and landscapes as well. It was my first attempt in a long time to do something different from a head studies, and this experience showed me many problem things to work on. Don`t worry, your words came out right Thanx again for crits!
    max - Thank you, max! Yeah I have to work with tone the way you suggest, still have not enough practice with it. Thanx for visit!
    Virum - Thanx man! No it`s not Milla, all persons in the last updates are nameless models from various magazines. I see what you`re saying about arms and body, I have to spend more time with measurements thought. Thanx for stopping by!

    two more photorefs for today, hope I`ll have more time for drawing soon:

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    that second one is awesome.

    that first one > pay some attention to the biljart table. because it doesn't look like it's a straight etc. > perspective errors .

    nice update, and yeah everybody want's more time .

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    oma - Thanx bro! Yeah, the table is out of perspective, I concentrated more on figures. Have to draw more tables though

    one more portrait for today. Photoref:

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    Good job on all the studies. I really like where your going with the shading, inspiring sb!
    Now Im gonna have to draw all night.

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    great renders !!

    critique: there is no gravity in your pics, alot of things would fall if the gravity swtich was turned on hehe
    think about the weight of things next time you draw, just as a fun exersize. (?)


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    Hi Ulver! The last portrait is nice but I have some critcs:
    -the nose is strange, I think that nostrils are too narrow
    -the neck is very tightened I suppose
    But I din't see the reference and my critics will be wrong.
    Keep it up mate
    ciao

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    this is not the best face you draw ed.

    the nose and eye's feel strange to me, but i really like how you rendered the hair. looks really awesome!!

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    maybe too much one the light parts? may photos are with bad lighting (paparazzi photos especially, hack. i fiddled with those way too much than i should). my way to deal with it is to leave the light part alone. concentrate on the darks. and when you done with it, just add a little bit tone to the shades in lights to separate them from highlights. a very light shade is enough to tell the difference. oh and don't forget the eyes have shades too. after going nuts with the face, the eyes are probably way to bright in contrast.
    hope it helps. and keep up the good works bro.

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    Morbid- Thanx man! Glad you like it!
    hurricane - Thank you! Hehe, you right, I`ll think more about gravity. Thank you for stopping by again! :-)
    Dreamworker - Thank you for feedback mate! I edited the last portrait, hope it looks a little better now :-)
    oma - absolutely agree with you about last portrait. I was too hurry to post it and didn`t noticed that there`s a lot of mistakes Later I used mirror and was terrified with what I saw - all proportions were wrong. So I edited the pic - hope proportions and details are looking better now Thank you for crits bro - always welcome!
    isair - Thank you for valuable suggestions bro! Next time I`ll try to use your approach. It`s true that light in the photos confuses a lot when I draw from it and it`s usually hard for me to draw shades well. Your words are really help! Thanx a lot for support!

    Some edition of the previous terrible portrait, hope it looks a little better now:

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    Hey Ulver, man haven't been here in a while and wham, great improvement!

    Think isair has nailed your problem. The rendering on some of these recent are very good, but the forms don't flow as well as they should. This is probably because of bad lighting in the refs. Don't use anything that looks like a flash has been used, and if the lighting isn't good, take matters into your own hands and make up the lighting!

    Anyways, much improvement here, just keep on doing what you're doing and you'll be good!

    ciao!

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    i like the hair in the previous one more.

    the face is in this one a bit better, but i think it's still not as good as your previous drawings.

    and i think if you didn't smutch that much it looked much better. look at your non smutching drawings, they look better in my eye's.

    this one is one of your weakest portraits.
    but the next one will blow this away, iam sure of that.

    iam eager to see the new update!

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    Brendan N - Thanks a lot for visit, encouragement and suggestions, mate! Your words are very helpful as usual. You right - that flashes is a damn thing
    oma - thank you for crits! I think that bad drawings are priceless `cos they`re motivate me to draw more and better

    Update:
    1 - photo ref. I thought it would be fun to draw that weird hair on her head, but it took sooo much time... but it was really fun
    2,3 - one more injection of copies from my favorite L. Gordon`s book.
    Crits, as always, are more than welcome!

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    wow, this really looks better than your previous update.

    that first post, wow. really cool rendering! well done, nice 2 other faces.
    but i like the first had in this update the most.

    i agree with you that bad drawings are priceless, you can learn so much from them. if everything would be perfect you can't learn stuff anymore, and what i believe makes drawing so much fun is the learning process!

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    Hi Ulver, nice update! The first portrait is very good, I like the exotic hairdo
    The second image have some anatomic problem:
    -the ear is too small and the position is wrong I think
    -the sternocleidomastoid muscle is strange
    The old woman is very good, I like in particular the rendering
    Ciao

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