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  • amy
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    ajgwinters
    Gah, totally impressed with your ability to capture the head partly turned. My efforts at that gesture failed, sigh.
  • amy
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    ajgwinters
    • 98758E50-0301-492E-BE2F-C5E244E787EBPleased with gains, really pleased. Feel good about proportions, layering, details, and ability to provide context/setting. Still not able to capture gesture of head partly turned toward observer. First sketch was 53 days ago (preCovid shelter-in-place), and I’ve had lots of time every day to work on exercises. Thanks for the good instructions.
  • amy
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    ajgwinters
    Sort of ok. Needs tabletop for context, so it isn’t  floating in space like the ghost of tomatoes past.D9F69687-02F5-4EAC-9016-6425137312FA
  • amy
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    ajgwinters
    347103E5-6A54-4D5B-A661-FE7B82A6EC17kind of amazed how successful I’m feeling with this course!!! I *see* much better, and I depict what I’m seeing a fair bit better. Good lessons and exercises.
  • amy
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    ajgwinters
    B965C3B3-6A98-4833-A6FD-32F908213C74Gah, wet-on-wet: too wet, colors too muted, etc.
  • amy
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    ajgwinters
    My 2nd try on the newt was surprisingly not-too-weird. Not gonna share that springbok, tho. 20005E14-C555-4969-AD2A-D0DE064647DF
  • amy
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    ajgwinters
    Clearly need to practice *looking* for chiaroscuro gradients. It helps to formalize the six components. 4BDE3968-DE26-496B-B407-8ED11ABBF0A7
  • amy
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    ajgwinters
    Body was sort of not difficult. I struggle with proportions. It’s head looks big and heavy, though it’s a lithe looking bird. i wouldn’t have noticed how thin and stripped the wing feathers are as they lay against the body.544454BF-0E4A-4726-9435-E2D08F3C2C24
    in reply to: Jump Right in! #668061
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