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Old 03-10-2008, 01:10 PM
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Default Re: "don't ask for critiques from people who you don't respect" - jeff zuck

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have you seen the enchilada? that question simply gives me a reference point as to how in depth your knowledge base of how we do things is?
no, i have not seen it.
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Old 09-23-2008, 11:25 AM
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Default Re: "don't ask for critiques from people who you don't respect" - jeff zuck

i thought so as your work reflects that.

it shows amazing potential, but I see a lot of issues.

darks, lights, mid tones, and brights... thats what makes a good color piece on skin and Im not seeing the darks and mids.

color blending - ohhhh man you should see the color blending section for real.
there are so many things covered in thnose 3 discs and honestly I believe you would benefit immensely from all of it.
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Old 09-23-2008, 06:27 PM
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Default Re: "don't ask for critiques from people who you don't respect" - jeff zuck

brandon says a lot of things in the video that I'd say. it's definitely worth the watch for the section on blending...
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Old 09-24-2008, 01:04 AM
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Default Re: "don't ask for critiques from people who you don't respect" - jeff zuck

Yeah it's funny when I'll be tattooing and I'll remember things that Brandon said in the DVD, (Once you go black, you never go back.) or the guy who taught me said. I just chuckle to myself.
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Default Re: "don't ask for critiques from people who you don't respect" - jeff zuck

I maybe wrong here but I see a difference between what I suspect is flash work and the stuff you've drawn yourself. Your flash work is good, its tidy and solid, as it should be. The other stuff - particularly the skulls and women - need some refinement to make them more symetrical and improve the perspective. I'm not saying don't draw your own but maybe try tracing pinups and skulls from books and web images. I shamelessly copied the real thing for a while on paper because it really helps me get it more accurate when I try and draw it from scratch myself.

Do you use transfers for your own stuff or draw staright it on skin? I never try to draw that stuff straight on the skin cos if its gonna be wrong, i'd rather correct it on paper and transfer it to the skin once its as good as I can get it. Takes a huge skill to do it right on the skin first time and I admit I'm not there yet for some things.........................
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Old 09-24-2008, 07:20 AM
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I maybe wrong here but I see a difference between what I suspect is flash work and the stuff you've drawn yourself. Your flash work is good, its tidy and solid, as it should be. The other stuff - particularly the skulls and women - need some refinement to make them more symetrical and improve the perspective. I'm not saying don't draw your own but maybe try tracing pinups and skulls from books and web images. I shamelessly copied the real thing for a while on paper because it really helps me get it more accurate when I try and draw it from scratch myself.

Do you use transfers for your own stuff or draw staright it on skin? I never try to draw that stuff straight on the skin cos if its gonna be wrong, i'd rather correct it on paper and transfer it to the skin once its as good as I can get it. Takes a huge skill to do it right on the skin first time and I admit I'm not there yet for some things.........................
LOL, so that leaves 6 tattoos you think are good. Not bad.... The rest are all drawn. I am trying to work on anatomy now actually, just kinda got into it and am making a leap from the more straight up traditional stuff to more detailed and realistic elements. Most, if not all is stencil. Thanks for the critiques...and also the ever persistent bond critique of "buy my video". not discrediting the video in anyway...just sayin. its funny. thanks again though guys. i think the biggest thing right now is adding MORE black and to also do smoother blending on certain pieces.
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Default Re: "don't ask for critiques from people who you don't respect" - jeff zuck

Dory's or Pory's... not really sure what that is suppose to say, however, the lines are a bit crooked looking, other than that your work looks pretty good. I'd work on the lines, especially the straight ones. Your colours are vibrant, but sometimes they look a bit muddy, that could be the qaulity of the scans or pictures though.

Also yoyur anatomy could use some refienment. I suggest taking a class on human anatomy. It can be a real eye opener.
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Dory's or Pory's... not really sure what that is suppose to say, however, the lines are a bit crooked looking, other than that your work looks pretty good. I'd work on the lines, especially the straight ones. Your colours are vibrant, but sometimes they look a bit muddy, that could be the qaulity of the scans or pictures though.

Also yoyur anatomy could use some refienment. I suggest taking a class on human anatomy. It can be a real eye opener.
thanks for the encouragement.
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