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    Red face first oil painting!

    first oil painting!

    my first ever experiment with oil paints on canvas. the monster is my own, and manifested from my head while in a period of strif and stress. the whole prosess was rather thereputic for me, and turned into something i would do to loosen up. this was done with no references, tutorials, tips, or anything else. this is all me just winging it, and going with it.
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    Not too shabby for a first time! B&W is a good way to become familiar with the properties of the medium. I'd really like to see how you do with full color! BTW, is that a photoshop background???
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    nope, this is all oil. nothing have been altered. (im a bit of a traditional nazi.)
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    You'r a traditional nazi? o_O; Is that some wierd expression or so? Anyway, I think the painting looks pretty cool, good job.
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    im just a big stickler for tradition methods of art. paint, colored pencils, pastels, ect. though im slowlyamending this belife. gotta be able to use photoshop out in the real world. -.-;
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    good work for first try, although i just want to point out that the horn usually is a bit bigger at the "root" but it looks really tiny and small. if that is intentional i dont know though also it looks a bit flat 0_o but else its pretty neat
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    I love best to see a traditional companion here - almost becomes the eremit in his ivory tower it seems due to all the (sorry) ps smearer.
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