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hi all, ive been lurking ard the forum here for ages..blinded by the awesomeness found here. and now ive finally picked up the courage to post some of my stuff here after finally picking my dusty( literary) wacom pen up after a long period of going about in life ,neglecting my love for painting and art.
Hope to get any comments/crits on how i can improve! will try to get more painting practise daily if possible ,thanks!
Last edited by redrobot; May 14th, 2009 at 05:39 AM.
some old stuff..seeing them makes me realise my strokes are..not loose as i want them to be..some problems with my anatomy too..any help?
some new updates..
I really admire the women in the first post, i love how the brush strokes work out for it, for the latest one i love the composition of it, but i also noticed on the left side half her shoulder is missing it looks like, other than that i cant wait to see how it looks when its finished.
My journal,please check it out and heavily crit, even go as far as what youd like to see just to see what i should improve on
Your sense of composition and rythm really shows.
Some of those could use more rendering but pretty cool as rough as they are. Your roughs looks a tad more towards being roughs and not speed paints.
Scetchbook: View the exhibitionist's stuff.
managed to sneak in some personal photoshop time today!