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    hi pratice
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    hi tried to get more colour in it
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    Back for another peek. Excellent!
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    All looking great again dear Eighty
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    the two house's oil pratice



    Thanks jibes hope you enjoyed your peeks

    Thanks Katie Coops
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    Hi today's sketch'es 1st 5 ok
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    2nd 5 ok
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    By the see by the see by the beautiful scene. . .

    Fine work, Mister Plus.
    And yet they all look so ruddy British, don't they, wot?

    I particularly like the ones that have a tone in the top. For some reason it seems that the use of tone as opposed to just line switches on a more value oriented languaging. I'm just seeing this could be, not that you are taking it where it could go. But your touching it a little.

    On another front, just for fun and variety, with a figure or where you see something where lighting creates its own foundation, have you thought perhaps of reading the gesture, and broadly slapping in a middle value with a rapid swash or two, and then working in a line and eraser kind of approach to pull out just enough definition to make it read?

    It's kinda cool in that the form reveals itself by emerging as opposed to going in and putting things where you see them. Creates a little implied breathing space where not all had to be 'completed'. You may be pleasantly surprised with how much can be said with how little information. The mind sort of fills in what's not there if it's only led a little of the way. So a broad swath of tone can imply the whole in only that.

    Like in swordsmanship, that initial curved swoosh or whisk/flick/zap gets the job done. And in the drawing, thereafter you can add bits of detail as you choose. And believe me, it's surprising how effective and artistic all at once that can be. When you get fluid with it, it's amazing how quick you can get. Not a bad thing for a sketch artist.

    In that kind of drawing, it then becomes the art of what to include and what to leave out, rather than it being about trying to include everything which may or may not get it done.

    Clearly some of your drawings are very full feeling and transmit a very respectable visual. But you had to more or less submit an itemized list of what made that person up. And that's just fine. But this is simply another idea.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Hi D AKey I'll have to read that twenty times before is sinks in to

    my poor old brain I can't keep

    drinking blue moon river's its effecting my skitching see what

    I mean do you think the colour works ??????
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    Beautiful 19.

    Please, Read your message box, OK?

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