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    NeverLand Ranch Survivor's in the house

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    Wow! And you feel intimidated because...? "CopyofIMG_0468.JPG" looks awesome!

    Quote Originally Posted by Shakespeare
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    As is the osprey to the fish, who takes it
    By sovereignty of nature.
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    I like your shading technique! I especially like your household object studies.

    One of my friends has the same painting style as you and i love it! I think it's so cool, alas, i lack color coordination to pull it off!

    Post more!More!

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    Here are a few proportion and perspective studies with some scotch tape

    NeverLand Ranch Survivor's in the house

    NeverLand Ranch Survivor's in the house

    These are some rough concepts for my interpretation of frankenstein

    NeverLand Ranch Survivor's in the house

    And here is the final scratched on clayboard

    NeverLand Ranch Survivor's in the house

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    Hi!

    - I love really the first board: Http://i53.photobucket.com/albums/g4...per/oldman.jpg
    That adorned so simple but I do not think that this the be The shadows are really well placed.

    - I find in general rule the portraits really very well does. I have just a concern on this one: Http://i53.photobucket.com/albums/g4...rtraitdone.jpg
    I find just that the colors too are saturated but this is not simply that a taste history.

    - A special mention for this one: Http://i53.photobucket.com/albums/g4...er/arnold2.jpg
    You surely had to furnish a big work of hatches but are usage is perfect.

    - THE STUDY of the scotch under all its angles is really well

    C&C please to help me progress !
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    I like the style of the more finished works. Good hatching in the sketches, but dmaybe some doubtfull lines with the scotch tape. Do you draw people from imagination, ref or life? It might be interesting to do some bodies too. No need to feel intimidated by this site!

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