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    Hey, Sorky

    Sorry to hear about your couch-situation, but i'm sure if you take it easy, everything will be ok.

    Regarding your paintings: Use more saturated colors. It's like you're stuck in Brownville, all your paintings have that same brownish grouchy look. Are you afraid of colors? Are desatured greyish browns your favourite colors?

    Don't be afraid of some bright tones, they can warm up things oh so nicely in a painting. Variating in the saturation of different colors will also make your paintings look less muddy.

    Now, since you're still stuck in that sofa: moar paints!
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    I actually think brown is good to use as an alternate to black and white because you don’t have that ultimate dark that never existed in the first place. I like the way you’re doing the horror genre.

    Make the most of the time while you’re pregnant because there won’t be much time afterwards.
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    Hey there!
    I like your drawings and the creepy subjects!
    Also I wish you the best for your mummy work
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    so creepy is right I love these new one's thanks for coming over to my book too!! Breath and relax, one two three breath, three two one ... breath. whew all of this heavy breathing is making me tired!! So cool you are and oh yeah, breath. Kelly
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    Cookie: Thanks, and I know. *lol* Brown is as brown is. I've tried to do some more colour stuff, but the days has been busy up to now... I'll try to get back to mastering it again.

    Black Spot: I know there won't be much time later, so I'm trying to And I guess that's why I stay with brown and not grey, as it's a little more warm, and not those total black parts.

    Clochette: Thanks I think mummy work will be harder than this. *lol*

    Kelly X: I'm breathing, I'm breathing!

    I did the ChoW this round, and this is what I submitted. I tried doing it in different versions, and clothe it so it was less "Jetsons" but those mostly sucked. So I ended up going with my original thing.... Didn't have time to colour it either, so sepia-ish it stayed.
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    Lifedrawings Mmmmm.... definate favourite of that bunch; the 3minute one where the model has extended her leg! I like the lines, and the pose!

    I'm with people on the brown/muddy thing... have you tried like doing pallette studies? Just to change it up Not color picking of course, but looking at a photo, or a painting or whatever where you like the colors, and try to bring them into your own work?

    Thanks for stopping by, btw

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    Heya dCepT Yeah, I did before I didn't do too much drawing for a while, heh. I'm trying to get back to it now, colours and me really doesn't go well together, I'm clearly lacking some kind of understanding and can't see it right *lol*

    Here's a couple more. The first I started doing as my own thing, didn't get any further when getting too hung up in this weeks ChoW. The goblin ortho thing was as far as I got on an earlier ChoW, just couldn't dress it properly. And the last stuff is this weeks ChoW, where I finally managed to put it some colours, with good help from RobertB, Kenjitsu and Texahol on IRC I stopped working on it when I realised whatever I tried to fix I made worse. *lol*
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    Doodled.
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    Good update. That doodle is spooky and rather nice; the frame is a wonderful distraction so the face isn't noticed straight away.
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    Thanks, didn't think much about that, just doodled. ^^

    Here's another doodle for today... No idea, don't even ask.
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    Good stuff, Sorky. You have color! Nice improvements. Imo, you're still loving the browns too much, but at least you're warming up now to the rest of the spectrum. Keep it up!
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    It starts good! The design of her hat is nice! Keep it up!
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    great work sork, i especially like your progress shots on the agatha CHOW, shd rly get bk into those as well... on your last effort id say check the connection between nose/upper lip, someting seems to be going astray there...

    thx for the visit and i hope all is going well with you!
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