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    ========EmmDoubleEw========

    Hey Guys,

    Turned 17 few days ago.



    FORGIVE ME GOD OF ART! I HAVE FORSAKEN THE TABLET FOR TOO LONG.
    Yup, after about 3 months of not touching my tablet or sketchbook, I have slapped myself into starting a new sketchbook. I've been composing lately and that's been taking up all my artistic inspiration

    EDIT: blackmail-proof editing

    so here are two I did tonight to start off.

    First one: The sit down after having done shit for 3 months and attempt a portrait:

    Second one: After a little warmup, slightly better, spent about a quarter of the time on that one:




    Alright, you know what I want, and you know what I'll give back to the rest of the community!
    (comments crits comments crits ^_^)

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    Looks good man. I would say add a little more red to the first one to give a little more of a living look. Main on the nose and cheeks. I dunno

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    Thanks Unbreakable, your crit was incorporated in this next one.

    Unfortuneatly for some reason i think this one turned out shit. I'll try again after I'm done writing my college essay .

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    very nice faces! maybe try another modell?
    and grats! I hope you had a good birthday?
    oh.. I dont know if you had read this but its a great tutorial about skintones.
    http://www.furiae.com/gallery/tutorials/skintones.jpg
    good luck!

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    Motives, Thanks!

    Here is a try at a new model for you, eastern this time. The results are a bit

    but whatever, it's a learning process

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    Looks good the proportions are real nice. I think maybe you should try avoiding black or at least so much of it.

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    Tha last one looks really good! I think you got a nice mix of skintones. Like Unbreakable said. It may be to much black in it. Maybe you should use very dark red/brown for the hair. But I agree. It's a start, and it's a good one!

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    har,

    I am so lazy.





    But now i'm finally home and it's summer so hopefully i can sketch everyday again! Here's a new start:

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    nice paintings, it looks like they get better from your first post to the most recent one.

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    Thanks Ender, I try to improve w/ every painting I do.

    pew pew

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    I can see that you improve after each picture you post here.
    And your skintones are really alive!
    I have nothing to say, just keep it up!

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