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    DUDE>>>I LIKE ER STYLE >>UR KINDA DIFFERENT FROM OTHERS>>wat do u call these styles?..one advice u need to concentrate on er pencil drawings..the colorings are quite KUUL

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    Nice syle, just love it.
    pld: NEED CRITIQUE! But BEWARE your Eyes might BLEED OUT of YOUR eye SOCKETS <---cause I really suck and haven't done shit pld:
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    I would say the piece that is the strongest of your pictures is your first piece and the piece with the girls back facing us. I definitely like your uses of positive and negative space with each of your pieces.

    A lot of your work needs help with anatomy though, don't get me wrong, I know most of your pieces are more stylized. Like I suggest to many, you should take up life drawing classes.

    Many of your pieces have a limited color pallet, which there isn't anything wrong with a limited amount of color but you should experiment more with it. I would like to see more rendered pieces from you as well.

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    Layers: Girl Expo

    the paintings are 56"x95"
    acrylic, gesso, latex on unstretched canvas

    [my friend in the last picture giving a sense of scale]
    sorry for the poor image quality (color and lighting), had to check out a pathetic digital camera.

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    this year's student exhibition

    pretty pumped, my painting Battle of the Sexes sold.
    here's some pics.

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    ugh... college is kicking my ass, haven't had time to spend in my sketchbook in days (nonetheless sleeping and eating)

    chair dissection project pic

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    doodles from today

    ink on paper, scanned, cleaned in photoshop, colored in opencanvas, then digital kung-fu in photoshop again.

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    out of ink, pencil work for me today.

    keepin' it loose trying to have fun with confident linework.
    using models from j-list products as reference.

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    Um, your pencils, awesome.
    Not the biggest fan of anime-style art, but you do well at it.

    Favorite.

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    did some laundry, drew this pic while waiting.

    it was about 90 degrees today, and must have been triple digits in the laundromat.

    i think i was the only engligh speaking person in the room, and two middle aged rough looking mexicans kept glancing over to watch me draw and smiling.

    girls-in-underwear is the universal language for men.

    angle was weird on the reference photo, so my anatomy looks off, and i was too sweaty and hot to refine my measuring.

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    Really like DANGER2, great image, a few anatomy probs with some of the images but you know that which is half the battle won. 'Battle of the Sexes' really like this as well, not suprised it sold.
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    really like the progress
    pld: NEED CRITIQUE! But BEWARE your Eyes might BLEED OUT of YOUR eye SOCKETS <---cause I really suck and haven't done shit pld:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seaport View Post
    Really like DANGER2, great image, a few anatomy probs with some of the images but you know that which is half the battle won. 'Battle of the Sexes' really like this as well, not suprised it sold.
    danger is based off a johnny balls photo. which i later referenced a second time for a painting.

    Quote Originally Posted by RaistlinTheDark
    really like the progress
    i haven't had time to draw with any real focus in a long time ._.
    it's not that i'm getting better, it's just that the stuff i do is done in haste and of mediocre quality.

    blah, made a thumbnail collage of some of my pics for my website:
    Last edited by Grief; June 10th, 2007 at 05:06 PM.

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