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    Quote Originally Posted by atlantik View Post
    @ShiroNami - Thanks for stopyng by my SB man,i duno for that sensitivity options, i use a Wacom Graphire 4 pen tablet and it should have pen sensitivity

    @Yacob - Thanks man, i'll continue with anatomy studies, i should to draw 43 poses more
    no problem... All of wacoms tablets do have the pressure sensitivity options but you have to go manually turn them on in whatever program you are working in.

    I heard it can be a real pain to find if you are using photoshop elements.

    If you aren't using elements this is a great tutorial. it teaches how to turn on pressure sensitivity and has some tips for brush settings-

    http://www.mangarevolution.com/tutor...tutorial_id=23
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    @Gun - thanks my friend for this coment i appreciated it and i should hurry with my gesture drawing, i think can finish it these days
    @ShiroNami - Thank you so much for that advice buddy, i appreciated that too and it's very helpful for me, and thanks for the tutorials link it's great resource
    good luck!
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    and here are the rest 28 gestures

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    next topic: "3 environments" (coloring media - self choice)
    limit - one week

    Take a look at the sketchbook of GunTrouver to see his 50 gestures
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    real classic approach in your work and I really like that, keep at it.... really enjoyed looking through
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashab View Post
    real classic approach in your work and I really like that, keep at it.... really enjoyed looking through
    Thank yuo Ashab, i'll do my best
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    Nice start. I like the fat boy. Keep those anatomy studies coming!
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    Thanks man i will continue with anatomy studies
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    Here is my first attempt with watercolors and landscapes(from ref.), it been hard for me to draw on normal paper withwatercolors but alot of funny It looks very crapy but i'll try to do my watercolors better next time

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    Hey, you're coming along! Watch the size of your heads, they are noticeably too small. Good try with the watercolours, they are a hard medium to work with because they tend to go very murky very quickly! Keep studying and practicing, and thanks for visiting my sketchbook mate!
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    Hey Nice stuff you have. Drawing gestures is very good practice. But what comes out at me is that they don't look very gestural. In gesture drawing you're supposed to draw as fast as you can. It looks like you've restated some lines numerous times. The essence of gesture drawing is not so much in accuracy, but conveying the motion and mood of the figure in as short a time as possible. Try to go with a more loose and flowing line and try changing the lineweight a bit.
    And, as monstertree said, watch the size of the heads.
    The landscape painting looks like an initial colour lay-in. It's a good start If you want to push it further, try increasing the contrast in the foreground.
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    I'm glad to see you working with the watercolors. Here's my starter tips: Have fun with the color, don't be afraid to use a blow-dryer (I blow-dry very, very often), always use good paper (and tape it down), and use a bigger brush than you think you should use.

    I think landscapes are tough until you're used to them. They have their own rules. In general, I try to think of them in terms of layered zones or planes. Keep the distance in low contrast (edges are ok, just keep the value contrast subtle). Atmospheric perspective is crucial when portraying a deep landscape. Be sure to play up the light and the shadows in the mid-ground and especially the foreground. And, be careful when working from reference because one usually needs to change things around a bit -- don't let your major shapes become too uniform. Also, when working from a color reference it's very useful to look at it in b&w to check your values. If you're not used to working with color, the hue and intensity can be very distracting. For this reason I put a digital camera in b&w mode and look at my own work in the viewfinder, without snapping the photo. I just look through the view-finder. If your composition is good and you nail the values, you're 90% there.

    Regarding this landscape in particular, I like the cool colors with limited use of warms and he way you handled the distant mountains. Remember to keep control of each brushstroke in the foreground. You want to avoid a marker-line effect, but I know that can come from using the wrong sort of paper.

    I'm looking forward to more!

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    Hiya hun,

    I'm so happy you liked my CHOW entry, I am really happy with how it turned out, I spent a lot of time on it!

    I can see you've been studying anatomy a lot lately, which is awsome!! I need to do some more of that real soon!

    Take care and keep posting!

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