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    Hey there! You've got some really nice stuff in here. I especially like your recent doodle and your Rembrandt study, really good colour choice and control. Its good to have a balance between imaginative sketches and life studies and master studies.

    Keep it up!
    amer-nazri


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    some nice pics here.i like the nude tutorial.in post 28.

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    I want to got to your school. I never got to do fun stuff in PS. Great stuff you've posted so far. Keep up the good work.

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    amer-nazri: thanks for the nice words. yes, you´r right about that!

    JoeEffect: thank you

    MUNIZ: thank you muniz. these paintings I do in school has actually nothing to do with the school, its just something I do when I get too bored doing layouts, logos and so on. I´m studying graphic design for my last year now.

    and heres the finnished version. i´m not that proud of the result at all, but I did learn some new stuff under the process:

    Back to the civilian life! [Update 25.5.09]
    Last edited by chrishly; March 4th, 2007 at 03:53 PM.

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    Hey thanks a bunch for stopping by my book! You have some really good looking work here, very cool sense of design and the paintings are fantastic. Don't see anything to crit really - have some stars mate!

    Keep it up mate, you're doing great!

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    wow
    the Rembrandt is great
    cheers

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    Hey man you got a good grasp on values, I love that Rembrandt, great colors. Oh and that alien doodle is awesome too

    Keep going man.
    Woke up this morning, found out my signature was gone..

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    Brendan N: thanks alot, what more can I say

    mrpank & Coen: glad to hear and thank you for stopping by!

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    nice upgrade in this sketchbook
    keep it up!

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    the last girl and the rembrant are hot, keep it up

    rött är skönt, eller hur går den?
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    I haven´t been updating for a looong time now, and thats because I haven´t been painting either. so, heres another study I just finished in PS.
    Last edited by chrishly; April 15th, 2007 at 07:47 AM.

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    designboot: thank you!
    dan liimatta: tack mannen!

    did this one in painter, think Im going to d more painter from now on!
    The oil pastels are lovely
    Last edited by chrishly; April 16th, 2007 at 01:51 AM.

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    Nice work dude, colours are looking good!

    I can give you some crits on this

    Her facing is falling flat, there's not enough colour and value variation to make it look 3d. I think you really need some darker areas around the nose and eye sockets. Also judging from the highlight on her forehead, the light is coming from above. If that's the case then the mouth and chin need to be way darker, firstly because they are at an angle and secondly because of the falloff of light. The falloff of light might sound silly but can really take your painting so much further.

    Lastly your eyes are way too bright. The eyelid casts a shadow over the eye, and furthermore you want the eye to look round. You really have to place your highlights well and nail your values to get the eyes right. I suggest doing some more studies on them .

    Good work overall,
    cheers dude!
    Brendan Noeth


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