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What a great idea! Tell me, is the work in progress, or have you finished your sessions? I am now writing an essay about the effectiveness of different learning methods (including painting). I always find it difficult to pick a title correctly, so I used the help of https://gradesfixer.com/essay-title-generator/, but this is still not the main thing. Could you share your impressions of drawing sessions? Did you like it? Did this motivate you to learn?

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One down. 

 

 

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Having a hard time with these two. 

I feel like my creative juices failed me here.  Colors are very bad. 

 

Still working, but not pleased. 

 

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15 hours ago, R2ED said:

This ain't getting better.  I'm not likng this one.  Tried highlighting.  Tried adding color.  Just didn't work. 

 

 

 

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I know you're not happy with this one, but he looks quite good to me. With the gold and yellow, he reminds me of the skeleton king from Diablo. 

 

I've been a little distracted trying to get the duo and trio for the Reaper Challenge League done so that other people aren't waiting on me. That's just about done now, just have a couple things to fine tune on the Sister Hazel mini. I also need to put some final touches on the dread wolf, and then I can start the skellies! 

 

(I'll also step through the spreadsheet today and mark off whatever I've finished from the Bones 5 stash.) 

23 hours ago, R2ED said:

One down. 

 

 

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And before I forget, this guy looks GREAT! The shading on his cloak is *chef's kiss*. 

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