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    james - thanks, but the sword was kind of supposed to be the focus of that one

    Heres an update on the seraphim


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    nice works in color dude, are you going to work on the seraphim more or are yah calling it done? it looks great so far!

    anyways back to writing my art history paper hahah
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    hey,
    Its looking better but i think it looked cool when he looked as if he was flying.Bring some detail into the floor like litlle trees, cause it sort of looks like he is standing on the floor ( unless thats what you wanted)

    keep it up .james.
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    jdeegz - thanks for stopping by, yeah i think i'm going to keep working on it, may do a diff drawing of the same char though and work on that one

    guitarjames - Alright, thanks for the input, tell me what you think of this one

    Some figures, no model tonight so we drew students. Ink and two charcoals. The First ones were 3 and 15 min and the other two were 30 min. More work on the angel, not sure if i like this direction. I may do a different drawing with a more exciting compo and make that one more... finished.

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    hey
    I like the lifedrawings but the charcol ones have small legs .Dont be afraid to make them longer also the girls arm is small and the mans arm looks a bit bendy remember underlying bones.'Rant'

    the new digi is looking really cool , could turn into a really good piece IMO. maybe make the Dark clouds? on the side less symetrical. Then start refining it

    keep it up .james
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    that angel thing is off the hook! keep it up man, super work =]
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    getting better with figure; watch your line weight.
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    I looked over the first page of this, then skipped to the last page, and WOW. You have improved by leaps and bounds. I look forward to more updates from you, and I can tell from your regular posting that I have lots to look forward to!

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    guitarjames - thanks for the constant critiques. Some of the proportions may have been off a little but they weren't long-legged people, but i do agree about the bendiness, gotta work on that. I'm not sure if i want to continue that one of the seraphim or start a new one with a diff/more exciting pose, but thanks for the crits.

    hyptosis - thanks man

    Listing - thanks, will do

    leiana - thanks for feeding the fish, and welcome to the boards

    more messing around with life drawing. I feel bad for not posting yesterday but i DID kill lots of zombies...

    6 -2min, 3 -5min, 2 -15min, 2 -30min i believe. Last one was pastel, rest were charcoal or sanguine conte. I had lots of fun with toned paper

    EDIT: Here's a new version of the seraphim
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    Lots of improvement and hard work here. I love to see that.
    See what you can do with a single line. I see a lot of hesitance in your gestural/figure drawings; find the beauty of a curve a follow it from head to toe. Try working straight in pen or ink with a brush and don't worry so much about speed, but communicating the beauty of what you're seeing. Show us the grace of the contrapasto and the fluidity of the angles, for example.

    The progress here is great. Take your time :.

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    max xiantu - thanks for the push in a new direction, its always helpful to hear a new (/forgotten) perspective

    Heres a doodle turned digisketch. Maybe an hour total?

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    Some deer studies and a piece of paper for you. The paper was fun, kind of meditative. I was really just practicing contour but then i decided to shade it. 1 hour ish.

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    hey there! I just scanned over the last page of your SB and there has been great improvement! You got the idea of the fluidity of line in those animal sketches.

    Your lighting is very good but I'd love to see some more linear structure like that paper you just posted. You can demonstrate the light source in a linear drawing by varying the thickness for shadow/light areas. It'llt ake some time but you'llg et the hang of showing the contour AND shadow AND depth with just one line.
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    beutiful maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan oh man watch out.
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    Ooh replies

    Ian Mack - Thanks, i think i'll be doing more paper sketches so i'll be working on that as well

    jdeegz - lol, um, thanks

    Just for fun here's a super quick 35 min speedy remake of one of my first digipaints (on the first page) First is the old, 2nd is the new.

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