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    paint class (tutorial) forum

    I would love to learn painting faces like nelgred.
    Have a lot of problems with eyes and nose.
    Maybe a forum where members can step by step lessons
    if they wanna share it on demand?

    http://www2.ambientdesign.com/forums...r=asc&start=45

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    I totally agree - a tutorial forum.

    I only wish I was good enough to help out and provide one! :cry:
    Charlie

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    Yeah i'd love to see it as well, i can't paint for peanuts but love playing around
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    I sometimes wish I were able to survive without having a day job. I would *love* to be a contributer to a tutorials forum. I've been trying to come up with a means and format for me to share what I've learned and to learn new things myself, but it always comes back to time. That said I will contribute as much as I can. I think that the tips & tricks forum is designed to be what you are describing. What should be different in the forum you are asking for? Other than the title?
    Be well,

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    Hi everyone,
    I will try and do a step by step of a portrait over the next week. On the Rembrandt study, I didn't think to save any progress shots as I went along, I was just playing during my lunch break.
    Best,
    Glen

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    Thanks Nelgred !

    "What should be different in the forum you are asking for? Other than the title?"

    I think and hoping Nelgred will show a lot more than just a tip.
    True, maybe the name is less importened.

    Johan

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    I Think it should be called tutorials and only they go into it
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    Hi,

    This isn't an Artrage specific painting tutorial, but it is an article that I find very helpful:

    http://www.goodbrush.com/misc/painti...gent_notes.pdf

    The emphasis is on painting the portrait and figure, but I think the tips and ramblings of Sargent are apropos to other painting endeavors.

    Brian

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