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#42 - Comment deleted 07/17/2014 on The Storm Quiver 0
#177 - Comment deleted 12/15/2013 on Snow for the first time in... 0
#8 - Somehow my mind was reading "Lincoin." 12/09/2013 on Makes Perfect Cents +4
#25 - I love this style of portraiture. I've tried to emulate it but…  [+] (8 new replies) 11/26/2013 on good night sweet prince +11
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#83 - ryderjbudde (11/26/2013) [-]
I think what you're talking about is just the texture of your paper. If you tried painting on something rougher, you might find it's not talent you lack, but material.
#77 - anon (11/26/2013) [-]
Wow. Beautiful finish on the curtain and hair there, pal.

I wouldn't suggest abandoning the style you have, since that sort of thing is ideal for painting luminous flawless skin and the like, but I understand where you're coming from. I solved the exact same problem by experimenting a bit with palette knives (just cheap plastic ones at first. Hell, you can even use things like frosting spreaders if you don't want to invest) and larger brushes. The lack of precision meant I had to incorporate the texture into the painting rather than spend time smoothing it over, and it came out for the better I think.

tl;dr Keep doing what you're doing, but give palette knives a go.
#56 - coolcalx (11/26/2013) [-]
I like it
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#48 - underporches (11/26/2013) [-]
You've got talent, friend, no doubt about it.
#26 - budddwyer (11/26/2013) [-]
Any type of Art is good man, including yours.
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#93 - fuckyourtoast (11/27/2013) [-]
rate my art
Interior Semiotics
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#94 - budddwyer (11/27/2013) [-]
In a sense, this is great as well. Such mass production by laborers produced the can opener and the can. That's there job and life. To them, there life is great. We could also question how far technology has come. I mean a can opener? FUCKING GENIUS.
I'm not being sarcastic
#69 - apollyonyagami (11/26/2013) [-]
#41 - Trying to imagine his gangsta name. Either 3-Skupz or Scoop Dawg. 11/26/2013 on Cook Me A Pie 0
#140 - Why does his beard look like it drawn with MS paint. 11/24/2013 on France 0
#25 - This is how he excretes happiness, to maintain his grumpy demeanor. 11/10/2013 on Barf +1
#17 - I finally find a use for this. 09/28/2013 on Morbid for... well,... +4
#3 - The GF and I have been binge watching this show for a few days… 09/28/2013 on AOT: We all saw this coming 0
#88 - Basically the equivalent of TF2.  [+] (1 new reply) 09/22/2013 on Every hat in TF2 +16
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#93 - bitchplzzz (09/22/2013) [-]
dont forget the russians, idlers, and 12 year old british chipmunks.
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