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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
Thank you very much for the critique! The technique for adding more depth to the art is really helpful as well as how to use texture brushes effectively. Managing colors with layer modes and layer effects are very complex. I think I need to practice these functions more.
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I analyzed one of Claire Wendling's art pieces last week(https://www.proko.com/s/uRhq) but only a girl part in it. This time I imitated the mammal part(I don't know what species he is) in the same drawing. Again I was amazed by how beautiful the lines Claire drew. I feel I have to do it at least a thousand times more to build up my own skill, haha.
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Christle Panickar
Mushies :D
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I like the expressions on their faces. They look energetic!
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I'm not sure if I simplified these photos into robo beans correctly. I would like to hear some critiques!
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It surprised me to see how layer filters changed drawings so much when they were combined together. Thank you for the informative critique!
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
I studied drawings by Glenn Vilppu(pic 2) and Claire Wendling(pic 4)!
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
Here are my Level 1 assignments! I used HB, 4B, and 6B pencils. I made the outlines around his horn the darkest and thickest to set the focal point on it.
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
I always have difficulty drawing horizontal lines!
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
I decided not to do this assignment now, but the Drawing from Imagination Cramps video inspired me to challenge it and It was fun!
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
Done as my daily exercise. I paused the video and tried this by myself first(drawings with red As), and did it again while watching Stan's examples(marked with blue Bs). Omg my example 10 totally looks different from what Stan did.
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
Hmm, did I misunderstood the goals of this challenge? I feel I made my lines not tapered enough. I'll wait for an example video to check it! Suggestions and critiques are always welcomed!
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Jon Neimeister
Hey, everyone! I hope you've all had a fantastic start to the new year and are excited to dig into the next segment of this course. I wanted to give a quick update on our plans for this year as there's been a slight change to our production schedule. I've accepted a new job on Hearthstone which is very exciting but also means I have to move across the entire country, which has been consuming every waking moment of the past month or so. As such, there will be a bit of a delay in the release of the next episodes until I can get settled into my new place and re-establish my recording setup. We have a LOT of great content coming for the course this year that I'm super excited to share, and I want to be sure I give it 110% effort rather than squeezing it in between a million other things. I do apologize for the delay, but I can promise the next section is gonna be awesome and well worth the wait. Thank you so much for your patience, and I can't wait to continue painting with you in 2023! <3
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
Ah, I didn't notice this comment until now. I hope you're doing well in your new environment. I've re-watched the Part 1 lessons and challenged assignments again and again, and every time I played the videos it improved me because I realized how many things I forgot or didn't understand well so I felt as if the course were always active so far. I keep practicing hard to prepare myself for the release of the next episodes!
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A shoe and a bag for the CSI exercise. I think a shoe with black laces was a bad choice. I couldn't tell where the laces were! The lines look red because I took a reddish brown pencil.
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Second attempt to draw the boots after watching the demos and the critique videos. I cared too much about the balance and the details on first attempt(https://www.proko.com/s/aGo5), forgetting this is an exercise to draw good lines. I also used an eraser too much and made the lines unclear. This time I kept telling myself "this is the CSI exercise", and tried not to take an eraser as much as possible. Although the shoelace part got messy again, I hope I made the other parts better as the line exercise.
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
My snail assignment before watching the demos🐌 I always like to hear your feedback and critiques!
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Thanks! I should've draw it with the wood.
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
Day 14✨ Day 14 was over already, but I draw this piece yesterday... no, I'm not lying! Oh...I missed reading the description above where Stan warned "...this is in addition to the other project I’ll be giving you later." and I counted my CSI assignment as a drawing for day 8! Consequently, I need to tackle this challenge again, although I wouldn't post drawings here the next time! (I had to shorten the pipe of the vacuum cleaner because I made the body too wide)
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Day 13 The angles of the hats don't look similar to what I drew as I accidentally moved hats a little before I took the photo!
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Doing the mushroom warmups for 2 weeks, now I feel my right hand doesn't shake much even when I keep it hovering over the paper, but my eyes still don't know what correct(perfect) ellipses are. My previous assignment for this warmups: https://www.proko.com/s/4wmu Eyes Training App(https://eyes.training/) by Kyler Griggs always helps me find mistakes in my ellipses.
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onigi *pronunce [on-ie-gee]*
Day 12 Hmm, though I hoped to make shapes interesting without shadows my drawing looks too boring this time. Any suggestions are welcomed!
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Day 11 Yay, I did it in 30 minutes! I felt It's too short but it's good to have a time limit in order not to spend too much time and energy on one thing.
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