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01-07-2013, 02:42 PM
good start on your SB. Its seems that you're used mostly to pencil work - which is good. Keep working on a traditional way. It will help you a lot to dive into digital painting later on. So the base is set. Now keep studying and sketching. Try to do as much studies as possible. Some recommendations are Bridgeman and Loomis for anatomy.
For the digital work - e.g. the warrior - keep going. Always keep in mind where your light source is and keep experimenting. For some artist is easier to work from dark to light and for others vice versa.
Just keep it up and things will fall in place
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