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    DanielC: THanks!

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    another quick update.. I'll try get something more substantial up soon :>


    1.5 hour or so, the legs are all there, just couldn't be bothered doing 2 scans and stitching.. ;p deal with it
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    1 day portrait which I ended up painting over the next two days. My paintings are still at school so I'll have to get em back and put em up.. MAYBE .. :o
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    10min sketch of a student. rare case that I'm drawing drapery.. so want more draped models darn it.
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    Lovely drawings, awesome work.

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    Hybrid: Thanks :]


    done a little more digital recently


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    Study done from a photo. 1.5 hour or so.
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    nice character piece, some great colours, but i think his upper arms are too short, makes him look a bit less intimidating than he should. solid grayscale study as well.

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    love the last two pieces! you have some wicked work! last piece has a simple look but is looking very efective. hope to see more life drawings or general drawings like that from you!

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    Very nice consistent lighting in these also nice line quality,
    keep at it you know what you are doing for sure, stop by sometime
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    Thanks!


    Here's a dump of the rest of the life drawings I've scanned in so far.

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    Wow is all I can say. you are awesome.
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    Thanks, both of you !

    painting!.. SOOOO sooo.. slowww.... at this.. going to try and follow through with this and learn what i can .

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    Hands.... Hands elude me.. :C
    these were done from the mirror. bits and pieces scanned from two A2 pages I filled

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    Great studies, the hands are really natural and lifelike. Not much to crit, your digital stuff is weaker but it seems to be developing well, just keep pushing through even if you get frustrated. I have a hard time working digitally myself. Good stuff, I'll have to keep an eye on this thread.

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    Your visible improvement from page 1 to page 5 is an inspiration.

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    Great sketches and studies!

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    aedman: Thanks man! definitely weaker, and so slow! but I'm getting into it, and with much time I shall improve! :o one hopes

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    Here's where the girl ended up.. Way too solid a profile, but hey.. learned stuff. definite inspiration off Min(bumskee) with the jacket and tones and shit love his stuff *tear

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    the joker! : ] couldn't help myself, loved him

    probably fiddle with this some more but pretty much it. was a good excercise.. first time at buildings!

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    Looked through the entire thread, you had some serious talent to begin with but you have certainly improved a lot, your painting is a bit weaker than your drawing but that's marginal, and changing fast by the looks of this joker image. I can't find anything to crit there, been staring at for for ten minutes.

    The only thing I can say really is a bit more variation in terms of what you're sketching would be good. You mentioned that was the first time you had painted buildings? paint more buildings! Try fleshing out some of those hand studies in photoshop/painter and see how it turns out, design a mech you get the idea.

    I also noticed the girls forehead seems to be glowing, I don't know if that was intentional but it's the only thing I could spot other than that it's great.

    Good work, keep it up.

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    The girl with the jacket looks wonderful, man! Come on with the updates!

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    whoah nice hands. Do you do those often? Does it help you draw them from your head?

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    oohhh beautiful stuff!!I like your lighting.. I agree that girl portrait kicks ass..post more!

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    IanE: Thanks! :]

    ForScience: I don't do them often enough heh. And yes, doing studies from life helps for doing them out of your head, but you gota do em outa your head aswell, and I still suck at it. Thanks :]

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    Not much to say, uhhhh.. here's more! My first moleskin sketchbook *tear

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    Copied this from one of Zhang Lu's portraits that he posted in the finally finished section a few months back.
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    your work is just plain beautiful (except for the joker which is just plain creepy)!

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    Really cool! You've really improved since page 1

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    Wow, very good work. I really like your studies, you're doing a great job with the figure, and your colors look great too. Also, I like how you understand the diference in core shadows depending on the shape of the corners, really well done. The only thing I could say, is that I think that it would be great if those amazing studies find a better realization in what you draw from mind. Whenever you get to mix those too things at 100% your work will hit the top.

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    excellent drawings!
    Nice and loose, gotta love that!

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    I think i need to start hitting the anatomy books after seeing your latest stuff dude :-) What are you using for ref? reallife? photos? just curious... give us mroe :-)

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    Wow Great stuff man! I can only hope I am where you are next year.
    Best get to the anatomy studies eh

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    Awesome stuff monsi!!!

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    bakatron: thanks

    2100: thanks I hope so !

    lennon: I agree completely. I tend to forget half of my training when I draw from my head.

    hurricane: thanks mate, thanks for having a look :']

    RandAlThor: I need to do more studies! I've been really slack lately. Depends on what you're talking about. The figure gestures are done from life with various length poses ranging from 1 minute to long sittings, and I've done studies from books before. Alot is from my head with no ref.

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