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Jun 23, 2014 | 12:27 AM EDT
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2384 x 2400 px
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584.6 kb
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realism
teddy-bear
2014
kyle-degroot

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this is my 4th Realistic Digital Painting and I am extremely proud of it. I really tried to challenge myself with the fur, the jeans, and the deep detail of the bear. This was also my first time recording me drawing for my youtube channel too, which I will upload in the following week (Have to finish the editing). This teddy bear is not no normal teddy bear and it will be refrenced way later on in my youtube channel which is why I wanted to make it my very first video. It helped save lives and his real name is Dr. Dave. He is my protector right now as I go through my many medical issues. The full story will be brought to my Youtube Channel a long time from now, but if you want to view the time-lapse and Commentary of how I performed this then make sure to check out my channel! Any advice would be really helpful! Thanks for everything!

My Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH1ohc_7ht2km0TWGpE8qFA

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Looks so realistic that I thought it was a photo when I saw it for the first time. I love the way how you played with the different shades. There is always a special charm in your drawings that I really love. I guess it results from the (intentional or non-intentional) combination of simplicity and detail.
Keep it up, man! You're still young, so you will certainly improve your skills!


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Sketchster responds:

Thanks so much dude!!! And yeah the combination of simplicity and detail is kind of intentional. I for some reason can't do cartoon... I've tried soooo many times and I'm no good. Im really good at detail and picture like quality with a pencil and paper, but the past few drawings I have been trying to do the same except on a tablet. So I guess you could say I unintentionally found my intentioned artistic style haha And thanks again :)