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    hmmm.. i think i prefer your mangled bulbasaur over the original lol xD

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    90% of us stink at time management so you're not the first or last.
    the figure from life looks good better than most of us I'd say

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    It's a different control. Did you go wet on wet? Also be careful with using black. It's hard to paint transparent on top of it. You will have to paint opague on top of it and end up using a lot of paint. Now you know what you have to work on. Control. You do great work, just gotta get that control down pack now. You can finish tight renders as I've seen from earlier posts. Construction is what is going to make you or break you now. I am in the same boat. I think you have better understanding of stuff more than me. Just by talking with Aaron, he mentions you name a lot and what you say. Very informative stuff. Keep at it though. Peace.

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    lilnebo: haha thanks!! I guess u really like food
    Alex Alexandrov: thanks! I really like your work!!
    teapo: hahah bulbazombie ftw
    oren90: thanks! hahaha
    beelow: um. yes I worked wet into wet...they were done from life!! both in the same sitting...well I moved, but same sitting *cough* around 1h30 on each one. I got a bit over-excited to paint, and didn't do good drawings Drawing/construction is always hard for me anyway. I always just want to paint. drawing is hard!

    my warmup from today. brain was feeling a bit broken, so I just scribbled a lot till I ended up with this. I think 45 minutes?
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    not bad for a scribble i suggest lighting up the area where the nearer area where the light is currently hitting the ground to make it stand out more and give the middle area more character, like maybe adding puddles or something could do the trick.



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    My bad. It was late lastnight. That was a dumbass question, reading it today, LOL. I just got done playing basketball yesterday and was exausted from doing that. I plan on going back out today. You said life drawing which should have been a clue. Shit maybe you have a blow dryer I don't know. Ha! I saved myself from humiliation. LOL. I understand the breaking of the brain. Nice dirt, twigs, trees, grass and rocks. And, yeah what Krato said do that. I should take credit from him for saying that. Later Devin. Spread some love sauce in my book as well, I finally updated.

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    krato: thanks! I always have trouble with the lighting in enviros

    beelow: haha it's okay! my brain is broken most of the time!!! all of the time...some of the all of the time...

    so another disappointing update from me... enviro scribble and some gesture drawing from life.
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    nice scribbles, i would suggest to have lighter values in the upper area of the enviro to have a better range of values and to have a nice border between the far background and the near foreground, it has a cool look to it thanks to the textured brushes and shapes

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    I just wanted to say that I've been impressed with your growth over the last few years, man. You're really starting to come into your own. I remember the stuff you had with you when I semi met you in Montreal and you've really grown leaps and bounds. The paintings in particular. I wish I could get the sense of texture and sheen you get on some of your stuff. I'll be studying your concepts, man! They're always fun to pick apart and the colors you use are a feast for the eyes! Ha! Keep rocking, brother. Love the updates as always. Peace.

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    Cool enviros devin, realy disappointing! hope you have fun in europe.

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    oren90: thanks! you are probably right about the values.
    zebz: woah! hearing that really means a lot! ah man u just made my day you are toooo kind
    fetsch: haha thanks man! I am trying to enjoy myself, but I've mostly just been very busy with work. Once I get the laptop i ordered, I think things will go a bit quicker....mmmmm then there will be traveling tooo

    2 hr sittings. terrible photos [ but not so terrible not to post] they are both 15-16cm or so tall. was fun, but I need more practice...and longer sittings
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    Great stuff man. Those life paintings are pretty cool... I really need to start doing some traditional life paintings myself, I seem to keep getting reminded of it.
    Awesome work.
    Edit: At first I assumed these were oils, but now I'm not sure. Did you use oils or acrylic?

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    great work man! they both look pretty good cant really give any crits but is their a way you could smooth out some of the red shadows on the second port they seem a little to bold around the cheek area.

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    Nice figure drawings, kind of quick outlines but the proportions are there.

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    these are looking good

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    That second portrait is nice...good lighting and I like the warm face against that dark background. I would love to see what that one would have looked like had you more time

    nice work!

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    Those oils are looking tasty brotha man.

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    your colors GLOW!

    also your .gif (as the avatar for the sketchbook) made my evening. thanks!

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    untouched24: thanks! it's fun, and rewarding to have a tangible thing after you are done. I edited my post to avoid further confusion. They are in oil. i wonder what it is that makes people think I am painting in acrylics...makes me paranoid that I am doing it all wrong
    krato: thanks! I see what you mean about the red shadow. It's not something I'm going to fix. It's doesn't look that bad IRL.
    wilkerson: thanks, afaik that's generally what gestures are... these were all less than 5 minutes.
    oren90: thanks!
    LisandroG: thank you! I wish I had more time on the 2nd one, but alas...she had to leave. She cooked dinner AND sat for us for free...can't beat that!
    metal fingers: mmm! thanks man!
    anniebelle: thank you!!! I'm glad u like the gif as well haha

    so I've been pretty feverish the last few days, hot/cold sweats...and very tired. Falling behind on work, etc...anyway so I was trying to do something productive instead of falling over while sitting at my computer and got around and scanned some stuff form my sketchbook from the last few weeks.

    My friend has a cheap scanner, but I guess it's better than nothing..
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    ahh pencil sketches

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    Hey, nice work, and I'm very happy seeing your oil paintings. gorgeous pencil work. this thread is a joy to browse.

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    Norway is full of germs!!11!

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    Whoa. Those dino's are great. I like your oils too.

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    some of the pencils feel a little dark and over burdened here and there, but i like the emotion in them.

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    nice sketches, in the third left one though the face center line is very twisted and out of place, the others look really cool

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    krato: moooo
    papervampire: thank you for the kind words!
    yoitisi: nobody warned me
    Benjy: thanks! It was fun going to the museum to draw. It was my first time doing that hopefully I will be able to do some zoo visits this summer
    metal fingers: yeah, it's mostly on account of the scanner that they're blown out. but I grabbed the wrong pencil when i left the USA and had H or 2H lead that I was trying to draw with [and no eraser] I'm not that anal when it comes to sketchbook doodling tho maybe I should be
    oren90: yeah, I was at a little cafe sketching meetup thing, and I was drawing the guy across from me. The glasses were crooked like that, everything else isn't as far off as the glasses make it seem...*cough* anyway i didn't have an eraser, and I couldn't be arsed

    busy with freelancing, hit the halfway point on a huge project...trying to muster more hotblood and courage to get my mind in the right place. Doing huge jobs can be a bit taxing on your brain...plus i mostly just want to do more trad stuff! painting is fuuuuuuun!

    some gesture drawing from life [yes, I know they are crap]

    and I went into the woods with some friends and did some painting. It's 14x15 cm or so [~5.5 inches] we were also attacked by ants. Again with the bad photos, but ...well there just isn't the means to take good ones [tripod, proper lighting, a less fussy camera, other arbitrary excuses]

    moooooooooooooo moooo mooo
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    shit son.
    i want to eat your sketchbook
    mooooo

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    I like what I see. I wished you have more time for traditional paintings too devin, but beggars cant be choosers.

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    excellent man, really inspirational, keep pushing those limits

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