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    French Hedgehog's doodles

    Hi everyone !
    - first of all, sry for my rather vague english, I'm 1) French and 2) 16 years'old -

    I'm not used to post in this section, usually I just stay eyes stucked on the screen admiring the mervels we have one this forum.

    But, hey, here I am, 'cause I've few things to show you that request your critics, if you please.

    (I'm new to the attachment thing too )

    The last 2 ones are speed-paintings (between 1h and 2h) done in the past 2 days, using brushes that I founded on this forum - I've to make a research to tell u who did them - I tried to keep the same mood in both of them.

    And here a few charcoal things, based on photos.

    See ya,

    Narmo, the French hedgehog.

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    Cool start, I like your approach with the charcoals, they show a lot of confidence and have a lot of great energy. Particularly the top right portrait. The speed paints have some neat stuff goin on, but I think they lack focus. Even though they're abstract they should lead the veiwer's eye around and to something. Anyway, great start and keep the posts coming!

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    Love what you got so far, the vivid lines in the bird drawing is fantastic. Great sense of motion.

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    Andy P => You're totally right about this lack of focus.. it's one of the numerous things I've got to learn :s But those speedpaint are the rare ones I did without any reference.
    Zoroko => Thx !

    This is what I'm more used to; speedpaintings based on photos; I wanted to learn a bit about the colors in landscapes...:
    (and the last one is an entry for the teen challenge'mascott, cf the challenge arena forum)

    More real sketches to come !

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