Thanks! I should have it finished tomorrow. It's been a lot of fun.Looking real good ranger.
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Thank you so much! After seeing your work I value any advice you are willing to offer. I love your work, especially the nature scenes.!well roger, the advice I give you is to observe well the image.
What do I mean: When you type the tie observes an area many times the areas in shadow and light, as we continue observes the original photo and see your work.
So you'll see if you're doing well or not.
I give you an example: in the face of geronimo there is an important shade that bisects the face, that is very important because of depth.
Before starting a design study it well and then begins to paint it, if it is in b & w paint everything with light gray, then by the depth with black.
Very dilute the color and insert retardant createx, it does not dry out the color at the tip.
With a diluted color can do the shadows and strokes more uniform and accurate.
To make you understand how I work: dilute one drop of color in 1 ml of diluent, do not use acrylics, I do not like, but you try to dilute the same way you'll see that much will improve your stroke.
If this is too liquid add a drop of extra color.