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Wow, this is incredibly inspiring!
Gratz on this Golden Boy thing, even though I don't know what it is
2 point perspective study
and my finished entry for the Grimm Tales competition at ArtOrder, disappointed with how it came out but I'll do better on my next piece
I like the last piece. keep goin
sweet mother of god you've been keeping busy. This screencap study is marvelous. http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-pmbtiYZBdL...screencap8.JPG
Congrats on golden boy! You so shiny ;p
Don't be disappointed with your Grimms piece. You made a bunch of challenging decisions in that piece (perspective, lighting, scale) that make it a landmark piece for you.
loving the mark and style you're starting to really develop in the last few anatomy studies.
KEEP AT IT GOLDEN BOY!
Fallenangel: Its so lame thanks
Jasper_: Ooo can't wait Thanks man
Teundeboer: Glad you like it! Cheers
hala: Yeaahhh but its not cool D: its just some lame technical landmark again
Jovian M: Cheers
Got a ton of sketches for pieces but they're all too laaammeee to do
Portrait of my brother from life
Perspective practice from mind, just playing with squares. need to look at some architecture from different places and times now
Pumping them out like a madman. keep going
Hey Sam, thanks for streaming. Really helps me alot when I watch a pro paint. Question though, what opacity and flow do you use when you blend?
sam your building studies are soo good
SnobbyOo: Oh man, thanks man
Ven S: I use full opacity and something like 75% flow, but it doesn't matter, its just practice Thanks
Hugh: Cheers buddyyyyy
http://i268.photobucket.com/albums/j...ctiveweek4.jpg is fuckin imrpessive, man.
Loving the use of noise. It works really well in the portrait of your brother. Carry on with the training montage!
Great progress! Keep on drawing and posting pencil / Skech pages, please!