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    dude those studies are awesome! are you using photo's as ref? how do you go about color exercises?

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    blown away!!! man your studies are cool!! very nice sb. keep them comin.

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    Whoa... you have an incredible talent with lines and detail. Beautiful pieces in here! Gonna subscribe and keep up to date!

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    IanE, thanks

    MeTaL-Mike, thanks, sure I will try to do more, those color exercises focus on learning realistic color changes so I use ref for all of them

    sketcheth, Noukah, thanks

    yousa, yeap I use references for those chicks and environments color exercises

    picksel, I really want to limit my time for each drawing so I can learn more on different paintings, it is not about rendering it is about learning color so I won't further develop any of those paintings, thank you for the critique about the environment, totally agree with you I will pay more attention on depth on my next environment painting, yes I realize I use similar green in the fg and bg, damn I am stupid

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    two more exercises I did after work, really need to do more, being lazy again,

    draw too many girls time to draw guy, but i still think artistically male is ugly!!

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    nothing but ass-pats from me...really inspiring stuff!

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    reaaally nice studies,cheers.
    as for man vs woman,yes,women have wonderful curves,but depending on art style one can almost elevate man to the same level,i'd say

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carnifex View Post
    reaaally nice studies,cheers.
    as for man vs woman,yes,women have wonderful curves,but depending on art style one can almost elevate man to the same level,i'd say
    Aye, in the animation world it's called Bishounen. or 'pretty boy'

    Great stuff man, what would you recommend for anatomy practice?
    Any sites or books?

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    Pawkfox, well I feel pretty boy means gay haha, just joking, studying anatomy pretty much you just need to draw more, more you draw better you learn if you need references 3dsk is good reference site

    Carnifex, thanks sure you can, but to me guys are always pretty ugly, but on the other hand ugly is also part of beauty

    squidmonk3j, thanks for patting

    another quick environment exercise

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    pawkfox,i meant more along the lines of exaggeration,using the male body to illustrate the rougher sides of life. a female body will almost always seem soft,sensitive and fluid. male bodies to me offer a better chance to demonstrate raw power and motion. depends i guess.

    nice study,could use abit more punch though,in terms of light and shadows.

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    Carnifex, thanks I will push the contrast a bit more, I know you try to explain male has beauty too but I simply don't agree haha

    some character thumbnails I did

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    Man, those character thumbnails are awesome! Keep on rocking

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    It's a bit scary to me that those are thumbnails lol. Great designs! You really know how to get the gesture of a pose while maintaining great accuracy and form. Lovely paintings as well, great color and form. Great job as always!

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    I'm loving these character 'thumbnails'. The claw girl and chainsaw guy are really cool.

    Great handling of the babe on the bed. Very sexy, in a cute kind of way.

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    All I can say is wow your work is amazing. I hope I can compete as I progress. As far as critiquing goes, don't have anything to say except keep it up.

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    You handle your anatomy VERY well.
    I'm extremely jealous

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    Thumbs up

    Just joined this forum to say love your artwork, your work has inspired me to start drawing again (loved to draw as a kid :-)).
    Do you have any tips on figure drawing for beginners, for example recommended books etc?

    Keep evolving your style and don't be so hard on yourself.

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    amazing lines on the last post! I really love your style!
    about the enviro practice, looks good, but i can't say much really about it, 'cuz i don't know much, but it looks pretty good

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    Amazing works...i can see your improvement in colours also...keep inspiring!

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    I have just discovered this thread, by what I've seen there is lot of beautiful stuff to be found here (and great inspiration too! After all isn't that the main reason we're here?)

    I'm looking forward to going through the past pages, and seeing more in the future!

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    maeharrington, thanks I will update more

    kamal_anjelo, DHTenshi, Diaforetikos, thanks

    D.C., loomis art books will be exellent choices

    Ty Oulton, well if my color can reach same level I will be happier

    HunterKiller_, I have registered never know it iwll cost 420 but I will go

    Onir, thanks yeap seem 2 hours on each is not too thumbnail haha

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    I will start painting 1 pic per day inspired by some artists here, some new characters I have done too this week

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    Yaay, update . Great poses as always. Loomis is great indeed, been using it for about a week now. Looking forward to your coloured pics.

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    ahaha, those last few are totally awesome, great work man!

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    I looked at your entire SB, and all of your work is absolutely top notch, you are amazing! You draw the human figure as precise as an old master would. I love how you are adding digital painting to your arsenal. You are doing good, keep doing your color studies. Some of your colored work is lacking values. Just remember to paint with value, not color. What I mean by this is every color is its own value, if you think in values while using colors, you will achieve the proper look.

    Your work is fantastic! I love it all, your imagination is phenomenal.

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    Sweet ass fucking characters! I really like seeing how you rough out the human anatomy too, its really pleasing to the eye and makes it look simpler than it is D:

    Nothin from me besides admiration im affraid! hopefully i can achieve your kind of fluidity in my poses and what not at some point! :3



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    wow.
    i would love to see any of these characters fully rendered. id really like to see some well thought out backgrounds too. so many (myself included) tend to just draw the character drop in some textured background and be done with it

    are u using the line tool for those guns or click shift click?

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    roidvoid, those characters will be developed later on because I will model one of them in 3d so I need to render and draw model sheet of one of them, all of them are drawn with brush tool with other dynamics turned off

    Jackwhat, thanks

    JustinBeckett, thank you you are right my picture is too flat in general, I am still struggling in value, usually I will color my picture with a hue and saturation layer on top to check my value constantly, but surely I will put more attention on it

    Mr.Delicious, D.C.thanks

    one more new painting

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    Could I borrow your genes..?
    Just till I get a career.

    The lighting is reallly nice.

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    man those characters are sick dude!!!
    awesome designs.

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