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    i wish i could paint with watercolo like u
    your pencils are great too


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    Lookin good with the anatomy studies man, good that you get to it! The bully comics quality could be a tad higher as mr magic said, seing how the quality on your other stuff beats it kindof alot actually. But I do like it, the story is cool and the crazy coloring is pretty sweet! I'd recommend more life n anatomy drawings. No revolutionary advise, I know, but its always good, I should try it sometime myself. Well good stuff mister, I'll be back.
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    good improvement in this SB...maybe the comic pages need to be much more refined, and you could do that by spending more time working on them.Try and use a regular lettering too.Sketches show improvement in poses and anatomy.keep sharing

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    Thanks for the comments guys,
    Brendon -You are so right in seconding that.
    Berlinsoldier-Thanksa lot man but the best guys here with watercolors are AMish commy and Mike dutton . I am just a noob with watercolor.
    Orifice-Thanks for dropping by mate. SIr I am doing more anatomy and life drawings as been told. Theya re a lot so I dont post them, But I will soon do that too.
    yeah the comic can get better, lazy me. Glad you like the story and the coloring.
    Gnoll- Thanks for dropping by. I want to work on the comic more but time restraints really hit it hard. And I dont like redoing a page either, yes I am lazy and this attitude is bad and I am working on it.SO Updates
    teh sketch is a from a pic of a fetus of an elephant . COol eh.
    Second one ...guess.

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    Hey Bhanu..nice studies..those master copies are really good..but other sketches are drawn too rapid i guess..
    maybe u can spend some more time on those...just a suggestion..

    Keep working

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    could have sworn I replied...

    Props on the elephant bro - looks like an Indian Elephant.
    The ones here in Africa look a bit different, slightly bigger I think, slightly more stupid too (which is I think why they usually use Indian Elephants in the Circus haha).
    The forms aren't flowing as nicely as they could though - I think this will be solved if spend some more time on it.

    Water colour is very interesting and I think you may be on to something with them.
    Keep doing them and see where the take you!

    ciao bro!

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    Hey man. nice SB goin' on here. Your willingness to experiment with colours is something to be admmired... hmmm... I should try that sometime. colours, colours... hehh.

    I really like the elephant in your latest post, as well "The Ring" inspired watercolour. Try not to load your brush with too much paint when watercolour-ing; my favourite part about using watercolours is doing washes and subtle details; subtle changes in tone etc

    Your comic/storyboarding looks good too. Methinks you should do some face studies - from different angles, different expressions etc.

    You've improved muchly since you've started - keep it up!
    As the pattern gets more intricate and subtle being swept along is no longer enough.


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    HEy guys ,
    thanks for the comments.
    Shyam bhai- Thanks for dropping by. Yeah I will be taking more time. Gotta work on the techniques.
    Brendon- Hey man, Indian Elephants hah they are all good, but cant really tell if this one is indian. Yeah forms, It was a hard pic but I might work on it a bit more. Watercolors yummy wot say?
    Bunny-Hiyaa yummy bunny. Watercolors are a bitch , thats what amish commy says ,who knows , its hard though. I just wanna keep experimenting though . Glead you liked the comics and thanks for reminding me to do studies

    TOdays update batman tada dada tada dada batman .

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    hey dude,
    the thing about watercolor is that it's very tough to control. oftentimes you just gotta let it do what it wants to do. that's where all the happy accidents happen.

    In that batman piece you're using the color as a graphic element. all the color is isolated. if you were to wet one edge with clean water as the paint is drying you'd get a smoother transition. Another thing to try is to lay down a wash of water to a certain area or shape and then hit it with color and see what it does.

    several things i'm seeing in your stuff is your reluctancy to mix colors before you put them down (using colors strait out of the tube) and the use of crappy (or cheap) colors. That yellow is atrocious. there's a use for it but is small doses. same goes for your blues and your greens.

    also, try for more saturated colors. everything you have is so diluted with water that it becomes monotone. there's no point of interest or something to jump out at you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmishCommy
    hey dude,
    the thing about watercolor is that it's very tough to control. oftentimes you just gotta let it do what it wants to do. that's where all the happy accidents happen.

    In that batman piece you're using the color as a graphic element. all the color is isolated. if you were to wet one edge with clean water as the paint is drying you'd get a smoother transition. Another thing to try is to lay down a wash of water to a certain area or shape and then hit it with color and see what it does.

    several things i'm seeing in your stuff is your reluctancy to mix colors before you put them down (using colors strait out of the tube) and the use of crappy (or cheap) colors. That yellow is atrocious. there's a use for it but is small doses. same goes for your blues and your greens.

    also, try for more saturated colors. everything you have is so diluted with water that it becomes monotone. there's no point of interest or something to jump out at you.
    With the little knowledge I have, I second that. Maybe try to be more aggressive and rough with your watercolours, rather than being precise and controlled. Keep at it dude!

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    HEy guys,
    Amish COmmy- Thank you for the kick in the ass sir. I will take the advicre and stuff it in my small head .Thanks for dropping by. Really appreciate it.

    Brendon- Hey Bran man. Yeah , gotta listen to the master eh?
    TOdays updates sketchy 5 minute poses , really horrible scans.
    Sorry.

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    Hey bhanu!

    Like the poses, very believable and well constructed!
    Are the referenced or from imagination?
    Keep it up man!

    ciao!

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    Update for today a doodle /skecth

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    Hey brendon-Well some poses are refd some from mind.
    Hehe
    Todays update pensketching. I just a bught a pen skethcbook for myself. ANd the pages are fine, a bit rough , just to my liking that is.

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    Yo bro
    That pen sketch looks awesome bahnu,
    your linework is really shaping up well.
    You should take a look at Rebbecca Kimmel's Sketchbook, she's got the most insane bic pen work eva! She and Hurri can work miracles with pen.

    Anycase, ciao bro!

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