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lookin good guy...
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that gigantic charcoal SP is really well done, the wrinkles on the shirt work especially well. your face slightly stylised but it works really well. Cool to see something so large. Would be cool to have you stand next to it, that`ll sure mess with the viewers mind :]
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more studies referenced from 'the duellists'
Good progress, I especially like the last couple of posts, I think the inks and the mixed media stuff is working well. That six footer and the monkey on the rocket, are cool too.
"absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee
Bojee's Monkey Brain
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Great work, you will definitely get in CA with all this awesome stuff up here... well, especially that self-portrait. Nice work! See you next year in the halls haha
I dunno' if we have a meeting tomorrow or not.. Anderson gallery opens its CA section of art that got in, I got a piece in there.. but it's 5-7, who knows. ^_^
thanks for the comments naomi, really means a lot. yeah i'm really looking forward to the department, i'll have to check anderson out, congrats.
anyway here is a study of one of george pratt's (amazing artist/former teacher here) process with boat varnish. Directly with pen and ink then a wash, then highlights. I know it's not a lot but i'm still really busy, i'll have a good update next weekend. Thanks for looking everyone.
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Dude, lovin your book. Pratt is indeed a god among men, very cool to see to someone trying out that boat varnish!
Your line work is showing a lot of confidence and I like that you're trying out all these mediums with a gung ho attitude. Good luck in getting into CA, I'm sure you'll have no problems. When you get in take every possible class that Sterling Hundley teaches, he's a freakin gold mine.
thanks a lot andy, the stuff on your site looks really nice. yeah pratt is a huge influence for me, wish i could have had a class with him. sterling's work is great too.
here's a pice of another 6 foot-ish portrait. i'm struggling a lot more with this one. here's the most developed part (i know, bad habit but i was really struggling and wanted to be pleased with something before going on) i basically have to finish this tonight so i'll probably post it soon.
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