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    a new life painting

    a new life painting
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    I like that. Very expressive brush strokes.
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    Christ I just read on your website that that was digital. Looked like acrylics to me.

    Good job, very nice. I like her expression.
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    what the heck, digital?

    Thats freakin awesom either way.
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    "Get reference.
    There is nothing wrong with using a photo to help you see things.
    No one complains about life drawing,
    so take a photo.
    its easy, and will improve your piece greatly."
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    If you hadn't told us, we would never have guessed it was digital. thanks for the tuts by the way!
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    Great pic here, great pics on your site and thanks for the tutorial!

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    Haha Doh! My bad. :p Still a lovely picture though! I need to paint more in oils myself...




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    beautiful and riffy piece. Nice combo of abstract graphic punch and painterly style....
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    Angry

    tried to get on your site, but it's your tough time of the month....
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    Tsk, tsk, Ron. If you'd just transfer your stuff to Pinwire, your bandwidth problems would be over. I mean c'mon man, Tom hosts Mullin's site. He can handle the traffic.

    Um, anyways, who was that artist you mentioned you were studying for composition during your drawing demo at the Con? I didn't get to write the name down...
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    madsamoan-heh, I will be in contact with Tom shortly...the artist(s) I mentioned studying composition...From the books, Henry Rankin Poore, from classes, Marshall Vanderuff at Fullerton, and Ken Auster in Laguna. Both these guys are right on the money about everything they talk about concerning elimination of things distracting, etc.

    Then of course, there is sebastian. He is the man, and he already told me everything these previous guys have mentioned and more, but its good to hear it again from someone else very reputable.
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    Dave, thank you so much for the compliments. I am a huge fan of your work, and that means a lot, especially coming from someone I greatly admire. Your works are certainly one of the big reasons I am painting. They have inspired my imagination beyond. Thank you again. I hope to have more up soon...


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