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Old 02 February 2007   #16
I'm newbie here, and I'll try to take part on this workshop.

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Old 02 February 2007   #17
Great workshop! I hope I'll have time to participate here, coz I got really inspired by some of the given references
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Old 02 February 2007   #18
I am not good at drawing (trying to evolve) but i will try my best and post something if it comes out nice... Great idea for a workshop...
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Old 02 February 2007   #19
I'd really like to enter this. I don't have much time, but I think one month should have some free hours for me xP Heck, even if I don't finish it'll still be a good exercise.
Newbie question: Where do we post the WIPs? In this thread, in our personal WIP threads, or an anatomy forum sketchbook?
Another one: In the process of painting, is it alright to switch from original to master copy or from one copy to another? Kills the time and such, but is it allowed anyway?
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Old 02 February 2007   #20
Cool. I hope i'll have time to do this one. i really look forward to seeing all the cool work that's going to be posted here. cheers guys
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Old 02 February 2007   #21
inspiring workshop. i'll give it a try, this is what i've got so far. sticking with the composition, toying with colors and various detail.
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Old 02 February 2007   #22
Talking yay OFWD 21

im happy to see ofwd back that too in wid a devilish theme i hope i'l get some more crits this time unlike my debute.i'm choosin image 18 the 2 satyrs
 
Old 02 February 2007   #23
Well I ve never entered one of these competitions. So I do rather think its about time to flex the creative muscles I think I ll go with a unique piece. Good luck to all
 
Old 02 February 2007   #24
I'm in

I haven't been here for a while but I am going to make myself find the time to take part. I find it's brilliant practice. Although it is NOT a competition. The idea is to help and give advice as well as getting advice from others!
 
Old 02 February 2007   #25
I'm in...

After Luca Giordano 02, Stage 1, sped up with the help of a few beers and stout:

 
Old 02 February 2007   #26
It's great to see entries already!
Originally Posted by eishiya: I'd really like to enter this. I don't have much time, but I think one month should have some free hours for me xP Heck, even if I don't finish it'll still be a good exercise.
Newbie question: Where do we post the WIPs? In this thread, in our personal WIP threads, or an anatomy forum sketchbook?

I'll answer this question but will let Joel answer the rest. Eishiya, you are definitely encouraged to post WIPs and your finished piece to this thread as well as to any other personal thread/s you may have. If you do not have a Personal Sketchbook thread you are welcome and encouraged to create one, though by no means do you have to. The strength of these Workshops is seeing everyone's work in one place, and being able to push one another to improve, so I hope that everyone will post their work here.

Another one: In the process of painting, is it alright to switch from original to master copy or from one copy to another? Kills the time and such, but is it allowed anyway?

You are welcome to work on as many different pieces as you wish, but you will probably get the most out of the Workshop by trying to complete one or more finished pieces. The goal here is polish and finish, as the OFDWs are really designed to help artists refine their rendering skill and ability to complete a piece.

Hope that helps!
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Old 02 February 2007   #27
Great,

i'm in :-D

Just a little question: i don't have to copy an existing painting right? I would want to create something new that i would love to try. My intension would be to create a composition and pose from scratch, and then use reference to study anatomy and detail.
Since i only participated the anatomy sketches, i'm not completely clear on how far we can go here.

cheers
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Old 02 February 2007   #28
Hi Rebecca,
Hi everyone.

Just passing by to look around


Nice sketch Esmeralda !

Vincent Wan, nice speedy, care with beer *lol*

Best wishes to everybody,

cya
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Old 02 February 2007   #29
AztcFireFlower - Thanks! I'm glad to be here and eqally excited to see some great work.... speaking of which, looks like youre off to a wonderful start!


alfiojr - A master copy is a copy or emulation of a painting or drawing created by a Master painter. In essence, you are recreating a painting done by an exalted fine artist such as the ones shown in the references. A unique piece is a piece done of your own volition and one which is not a direct copy of someone elses work.


ericgerhard - Great to have you here and looking forward to seeing what you come up with


Blaz Porenta - I'm happy to hear you are inspired by the references. I took a great deal of time trying to find images that fit the theme and also inspired me in the same way


icedeyes - These workshops are a great way to finetune your abilities regardless of skill level. Glad to have you onboard!


Michael Olszak - Looking forward to seeing your work!


Marcus Ottosson - Great start! Even in this early stage your composition is strong... very nice

killermachine - Glad to have you here and please feel free to ask any question or requests for crits. I will be more than happy to oblige

antodonnell - I wouldnt say the workshops are competitions... atleast not against other artists. I tend to look at them as competition against myself to see if I can do better than the last


mark-jenkins - Took the words right out of my mouth Glad to hear youll be participating!
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Old 02 February 2007   #30
Wonderful! I'm going to start now... not an easy choice though.
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