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    oma - Thanx much bro!
    Dreamworker - Glad you like it! Thanks a lot for crits. Agree about ear and muscle. Proportions are a tricky thing sometimes

    more copies from L.Gordon`s book:

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    Hi Ulver, great updates. Major improvement in the head construction here. Keep on going.

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    i like that second face more than your first one,

    the nose on the first looks a bit to large, ore awkward to me.

    like the second one, try to give her a neck, i think that would make the drawing even better.
    nice updates .

    rendering is the best in you first pic . .

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    Wow. The protrait studies are kickin ass!
    Careful with your rendering though, minor features(eyelids) tend to pop as much as major features (noses/cheeks).

    Good work man. Good work :.

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    The last two portrait are very good in particular the girl is nice. Only critic is in the first image where the nose seems crushed! good progress Ulver
    Ciao

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    Bartovan - Thanks a lot !
    oma - Thanks mate! Yeah, I got some troubles with that nose and had not patience to fix it completely. Thanks for kind words!
    max xiantu - Thanks a lot for compliments and for crits! I`ll try to be careful with it. Thanx for visit!
    Dreamworker - Thanx much mate! Yeah, I see that problem with nose, have to be careful with perspective. Thanx for crits!

    Continue of drawing heads from refs. Learning to draw faster than I used to:
    1-7 are studies from L.Gordon`s book
    8 - Girl with a black hair is from photoref

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    found another portrait fanatic

    great studies



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    WOW, i love those portraits from L.Gordon`s book!!!

    they are really awesome. would love to see some more contrast in your last portrait. . but it looks allready awesome, nothing to crit. much to watch .

    iam happy .

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    Nice Ulver! I attempted those portraits a while back. Glad someone could nail them down. Keep at it....the progression shows tremendously. Now, to make you perfect, draw me nude...:p jk

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    OldNoobie - Thank you!
    oma - Glad you like it!!
    Saikin - Thank you!

    Update:
    1st - study from book by L.Gordon
    2nd - from photoref:

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    and again that study of L.gordon book looks awesome! like they alway's do.

    that girl from ref, looks not so good but still fabulous. love how you did the hair, and the hands. but i think the back the arms and the legs are the weakest part of that girl, maybe to try some more L.Gordon's shading effect into it?
    would make it better in my opinion. but that's just a matter of taste.

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    Wow Ulver, these reffed heads are looking really good. Your rendering style is really improving.

    I might be wrong but on the last girl there are some things that catches my eye. Some proportion issues: lower arm and upper leg is a bit too long. The leg looks a bit thin as well. The hair is awesome though, very impressive.

    Keep it up

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    love the shading and the expressions - they are brought to life!

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    Strong work Ulver! I think you can relax some on your directional shading and get a little looser. Have fun with your pencil!

    Really impressive work overall, you're making sure progress!
    ciao!

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    oma- it would be great to add some more Gordon`s shading effects it`s really difficult, but I`ll try! Thanks for crits and support bro!
    Olle - glad you like it mate! Yeah, there`s some problems with her hand and leg - I have to study it more. Thanx for motivating words!
    LauraD - Thank you very much Laura! Glad you like it!
    Brendan N - Thanx bro! Think your right about relaxation, I`ll try make my stuff a little looser

    I`m a bit limited in time these days, so just one piece for today (photoref):

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    just got out of the shower, and saw you updated this thread again. .

    and offcourse ill watch .

    okay, that hair is beautifull i love the rendering of it. like the eye's to. actually i like it all .

    but some line's are to hard, like the bra line and the shoulder line, but it still looks very good.

    and is it you in your avatar?

    keep it up my friend!

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    Thanx much oma! Yeah some lines are really hard, I`ll fix it up. About avatar: no, that`s not me , that`s guy from the movie "13th Warrior" - great movie, I like it a lot. Thanx for feedback!

    Next sketches are based on photorefs (1st is look like a comic face, but I kinda like it as it is

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    Very great work! I see a sensible improvement in the rendering stile, in particular for the hair definition, I like this girl very much http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1164925342

    Keep Sharing mate!
    ciao

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    that last one looks beautyfull. especially the hair.

    the drapery in that second one looks good to!
    how long does such portrait taking you?

    and i have seen that movie, great movie indeed!

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    Dreamworker - Thanks, mate! glad you like it!
    oma - Thank you! That weird hair takes a lot of time, so I draw it 3-3,5 hours, I think. Too slow

    here`s my sketch for the Open Figure Drawing Workshop - Mixed Masters - 020

    Biondina after L.F. Leighton

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    Hehe, i like the pencils of Ulver. like the greyscale .

    You did a nice job on this one. I will do some master study's to soon. For that same Thread.

    uhu, 3 hours. that are 3 fun hours i bet .

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    Jens - Thanks a lot! Glad you like tool drawing - it`s my favorite too Going to do more masters studies. Thanks for visit!
    oma - hehe, thanx bro! It would be great to see your work there!

    one more study for the Mix Masters Workshop - Ingres:

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    Looks great again, but don't you think that neck is a bit to long?

    didn't seen the ref. in my next and proper replay i will look for the ref.

    just a fast replay.



    but you will see me there soon. i promise!

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    The neck is too long imo and the right elbow (our left) is a little sharp. Other than that, not a bad sketch.

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    Those first nude studies are hot!

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    Hey Ulver, it's been a long while since I visited your SB. You're continuing to produce some awesome stuff. I especially like the last one in #191, the girl with the tilted bangs... really cool concept.

    Some of your women are beautiful, I like the young ones. I know one has to paint old ugly people to improve too but sometimes it just hurts my eyes. I say that jokingly of course I love all the girls in 225 and 227 and the first girl in #208 is $$$.

    Oddly some of your work is in sharp contrast though. There are some proportion issues with the 2nd girl in 220, boob too high, lower arm too long, thing seems too long too and lower leg angle on that leg doesn't look right.

    The first girl in #191, the face, nose is on a different plane...

    #205 you know you had problems with, it can still use some improvement.

    Anyways, keep them coming, you've got a great SB going here.

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    Very very good studies from Masters! The second one is particularly successful!
    Keep sharing
    Ciao

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    Good batch of new stuff. The master studies are really nicely done.
    Try shading with the side of the pencil on some and compare how the tonal gradations look in contrast with hatching you've been using.

    Nice work brother :.

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    oma- you`re right about neck - it`s too long, I didn`t noticed it Saw your oils in the Mixed Master`s thread - nice work bro! Thanx for crits!
    Saikin - thanx for feedback, guess you`re right about it I Have to work harder Thank you for checkin`!
    JustinBeckett - Thank you! There will be much more nude studies soon - it`s time to pay more time for full figure drawings. Glad you like it, always welcome!
    n1va - wow, man, thanx a lot for such detailed comment - really appreciate it! Very constructive crits, I checked all these drawings once again and now all the bugs there became much more obvious. I`ll try to avoid that mistakes in further work. Thanks again for visit!
    Dreamworker - Thanks mate! That second one took a lot of time, glad you like it
    max xiantu - Thank you! Tonal gradations are something I still cannot fix up in my drawings, but I`ll try! Thanx for suggestion, bro!

    One more photoreffed portrait for today:

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    Hi Ulver! The last one portrait is very nice! A part the nostril little stange, you put a great seductive power on this girl
    I think that your great progresses deserve some stars from me!
    Keep sharing,mate
    ciao

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