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Thread: Living gallery of style studies from famous artists

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    Living gallery of style studies from famous artists

    I'm trying to learn some other interesting styles or approaches by reproducing some famous artists.
    Here the first two with the references below. They were both fast enough to sketch, since I tried to keep all fresh, spontaneous and far from a pedantic perfect reproduction.
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    Last edited by Caesar; 10-16-2012 at 11:08 PM.
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    Caesar, this is a great study and very well done, I have learned so much from trying to do a copy, so every now and then I take something from the web and copy and or use as a reference and change it
    to make it my own, these ones that you did are so impressive

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    These are great and a great learning curve. Well done Cesare
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    Caesar... these truly amaze me...I love the studies and the great craftsmanship shown in them really talented and excellent work

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    Well done Caesar...interesting studies
    Try to see as many angles of vision as possible...no single one of us has a "handle" on the whole picture.

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    Thank You all, dear mates! More to come soon I think. Just trying to see how many styles may be simulated in a good enough way within a rasonably limited time and without a complex planning and pedantic procedure.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Molto belli e interessanti. Mi piace particolarmente l'acquerello
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    Here's the third sketch and its reference.
    Grazie, cara Silvia!
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    Caesar..such a beauty and nicely done!...

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    These are all wonderfully done, the last one really stands out for me

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