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    A recent cyberdude!Attachment 107808


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    Here are a few more sketches and a work in progress...

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    a new skin tone and face study
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    Another face study from memory:
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    Where were you when CA had "The Black Queen" EOW? You would have been a force to be reckoned with. You're experienced with diversity when it comes to the species of humanity and the methodical brush strokes that provide a skin tone collection of your own. My favorite of your sketchbook is the mosquito-prophet like being in the April 8th, 2007, 12:15 AM post. Some of your sketch exercises such as the last head profile can be improved by a more classical approach to backround and a less solidified hair technique. Potential and discipline: the guide to our physical activities. I hope any suggestions have helped - I'm looking forward to observing you progress with time.

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    Thanks Vulgar'.

    I've been just opening files with random background colors or chosing ones that have a certain mood and going from there.

    I'll start looking at more classical portraiture and techniques. I get lazy about doing that. CGTalk forums has had some good Old Masters reference threads going for a while now that I should take advantage of...

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    No problem - do you have any long term projects that haven't been posted?
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    Here's a link to recent, finished work. It's mostly experimental.
    http://eurayo.epilogue.net

    Here you can see some older work and a bigger range of styles and techniques.
    http://elfwood.lysator.liu.se/loth/e/u/eurayo2


    here's another sketch from my imagination progress...
    Eurayo's Crab Gumbo
    Eurayo's Crab Gumbo
    Eurayo's Crab Gumbo

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    By identifying the different types of science fictional creature species you've created, I sense a strong point in the sketching of plumage layers and overlying thickness. The main dynamic of the art realm is within your control - best executed right off the palette. Some may find that the base of science fiction is all around them. After viewing more of your archives, Quepid remains my favorite image - an idea for a complete painting could be this man standing beside the wall of a grocery store in a Latin American country - a suggestive environment of realism. Thanks for the link.

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    Your latest sketch resembles Paul Newman.
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