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Discussion in 'Step by Step' started by Big John 1945, Jan 30, 2017.


  1. HellBird

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    SBS: Step By Step. A walk through of "this is how I did it" on a particular piece of artwork:)
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    Hey James, The initials SBS stand for step by step. We feel that when you post a portrait, there are many beginners who would like to know what steps you took to complete your picture. Also, someone who is more advanced than you , can look at all the steps and help you do better on your next project. That's what makes this a great place to learn and grow.
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    Noticed your materials and couldn’t resist it. Is it a Lion el Blair ? You’d probably only know him if you were English though.
    That’s some sort of joke I suppose. Nice work butty.
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    Step by step
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    Great work, I am in no position to add critique, looks awesome. I'll be posting a sbs sbs when I've finished my tiger and always happy to share my methods although they are nothing different. It's great to see how everyone approaches slightly different and the individual styles come out. Great work!
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