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very cool man
no words mate
Amazing amazing study great please do more waiting to see more
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Someone in very playful mood all the time. May you squeeze some more awesome dancing figures between the teasters? I just really love figure in motion in your performance. Please???
You are wonderful, nothing to crits, forheads nad chins look allright now for me. Your delicate aprouch to choosing colors is very fresh here, quite modest around all these neons and very saturated colors. Calms my nerves, very tasteful, I think. Really, you are a great artist, keep updating, please, a pleasure to see new things from you.
WOW! you continue to blow my mind! great stuff!
haha I too thought the fingers looked like a penis when I was doing similar anatomy studies
Yes again a new face !!!. LOVE THAT SHIT !!!!
This stuff is great! I love the way you carve the faces directly out of the [digital] canvas. These show a great knowledge of form. Good sense of humor too, a few of these made me lol.
That piper dude if my fav though, did you use any ref for it? Great lighting!
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Beautiful works as always man. What anatomy book are you using?
jtek: thanks~! that one is first used ballpoint pen on notebook paper,then scan in Photoshop 7,create a new layer to colorize.
document: glad you like it, i used some refs photo for that "oil painting".
Jarri:thanks, that is bridgman's book.
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Incredible. I love ur stuff. I just dl'd ur 50 heads in Open canvas. ive only watched 3 of them and i feel like ive learned soo much from u my head will explode.
Im curious in painter do u use the color wheel or do u use the paint mixer?
and wat burshs do u use to do those paints? they are fantastic, i cant get enuf of them.
Thnx for sharing.
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OBX: thanks first~! i used color wheel to choice colors not the Mixer, Mixer maybe cool , but doesn't make the "same cool" on your canvas.Mixer's color and canvas's color not the same thing.
i used the basic Oil Pastels>Chunky Oil Pastel 30. open the Brush Controls palettes. in General palette, change the Method to Drip, change the Subcategory to Hard Drip. then you will get amazing oily brushstroke looking. and, choice the Chalks>Square Chalk, with some paper textures that you like, for the background or somewhere.
here is a small wip:
thanks for giving us so much insight into your working process. this kind of information is invaluable to us who are still stuggling with getting the results we want out of a digital program. your little tips and tricks help alot.
keep it coming, your stuff is awsome.
You women are really well drawn! keep on, wanna see some finised work of you!