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    Cow mix o stuff

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    I really, really like those little ink body studies, and the pencil sketches aren't bad, but the "finishes" aren't up to snuff.


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    I agree 100% with Elwell. Your ability to draw is apparent, but somewhere on the way to turning things into paintings, it gets lost. My first impression is that you are not very good at addressing the edges of things. The little drawings provide their own edges with the mark making, but the bigger stuff feels like it was cut out and pasted onto a background. For some reason, the artist that come to mind (for inspiration, maybe) is Jim Dine. His drawings are pretty amazing and his use of edge is second to none.

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    And i agree with galspanic. Maybe when you get bored you could work a bit on cloth. I agree almost with the perspective and proption of that girl, but what's realy missing is work on the cloth. And the nose is to flat/stif. That's a bit of a general prob here, the flatness of the bodies/faces. Work on that with those two character studies.

    The character sketches are awesome and also in my humble opinion the last finished bit. Big on colour and composition.

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