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    Verehin: Tnx for the unusual comment

    Wip wip wip , i managed to take some time and draw *shocked*
    so here is my first wip of laundrygirl, i plan to finish the paint with an environment and the 3d model/sculpt her (after my examinations )

    anyway comments would be very appreciated so dont hold back
    Polydrawer's Sketchbook (A mix of all spices)

    and some COWsketches
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    and another movieshot speedpaint

    First one who guesses what movie its from gets a free banana :p

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    My first practice with acryl paint, I never really did do any traditional painting and thought lets give it a go.

    So i went out and bought myself 2 starterkits(atleast i think it are) 1 acryl and 1 oilpaint. I figure it wont be the best quality paint that i'm using since it was like 7 euro a kit which has 12 tubes of paint and 2 brushes.
    So i started with the acryl since i read its the best one to start out with and i tried to paint something to see how the paint reacts.

    anyway here it is, aint much but it's a start i guess :s
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    Good update - your work is getting better, I know these are quick but I think you should work on the mushy paint problem and clear lines, they will read better. I like this last girl she is starting to rock, her eyes are crooked - I like the eyes you did in some of the sketches, they are pop-eyes! cool style you are starting to form.
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    tnx kelly, yeah i should spend some more time on make my paints cleaner noted and ill work on it
    apart from that im also doing anatomy studies now since my exams are finally done but i could resist doing this new doodleguy
    High on duty

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    Nice digital painting, great monster stuff.
    but where are the anatomy studies?

    Keep up the hard work!

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    gestures with pastel for tonight
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    The result of a few days 3d modeling/sulpting an alot of rendering
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    Very nice SB you have here!
    Those pastel gestures look really good!
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    tnx the ANGRY filipino

    heres a valuestudy i did from ref

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    Hi ravenslayer, really nice quantity of work you got here. I love post #140 very much . (edit: one little crit maybe; his eyes look a little bit to "glassy". The highlights are very strong) The pastels are very well done too. How much time did you spend on these if I may ask?

    The valuestudy is also cool but her right side a little bit rushed. No big deal really.
    Anyway, no crits, just keep this nice sb up !
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    tnx Lyno, The 3d guy isnt finished yet , im going to redo some stuff to get more out of my render but it is a great and fun exercise to learn things ^^

    heres an attempt at coloring the valuestudy i did earlier from the mind

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