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    SketchBook: Like your ''crap' as you call it Cameli. All...

    Like your ''crap' as you call it Cameli. All based on really solid drawing, so I'm always going to like it. Keep the 'crap' (that isn't crap by any shape or form) coming.
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    SketchBook: Fabulous, rich, intriguing, amusing,...

    Fabulous, rich, intriguing, amusing, entertaining, thought-provoking, highly imaginative and unmissable - are all words/phrases that immediately spring to mind on discovery of this thread. ...
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    SketchBook: Thanks for the ongoing encouragement Marian. ...

    Thanks for the ongoing encouragement Marian. Appreciated. I quite like the dragon too. Not because it's a great dragon painting or anything, but I just like the whimsical idea that the brief...
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    SketchBook: Highly imaginative, loads of fun and really...

    Highly imaginative, loads of fun and really nicely handled. What a great thread.
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    Well for my part, I know I'm rubbish with colour,...

    Well for my part, I know I'm rubbish with colour, floundering around looking for the right combinations. So I tend to fall back on complementaries in terms if lighting. if you have a warm orangey...
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    Welcome to the woolly world of art bpic, haha. ...

    Welcome to the woolly world of art bpic, haha. My perception is still that's it's about all those things you mentioned - shape, proportions, pose etc, BUT like taking a quick snapshot sketch to try...
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    Hi bpic, The value of gesture drawing is...

    Hi bpic,

    The value of gesture drawing is beautifully demonstrated in two Walt Stanchfield books, which are basically a compilation of the notes he made for his students, while running life classes...
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    SketchBook: Lovely stuff Bnoch. Really enjoy the variety of...

    Lovely stuff Bnoch. Really enjoy the variety of lighting, characters rich colours. Great to see. Looking forward to more.
  9. Excellent advice - especially on the Jim Gurney...

    Excellent advice - especially on the Jim Gurney book. He's like the fantasy artist version of Norman Rockwell, one of my absolute heroes (so that means master Gurney slots right in along side). If...
  10. I painted in real media (predominantly...

    I painted in real media (predominantly watercolour) for 20 years before going totally digital, and it was Painter that got my attention first - but now I find ArtRage provides the closer experience. ...
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    It might be an idea to post a link to some...

    It might be an idea to post a link to some examples of your imagery to show the stage you are at now, so that prospective candidates have some idea of what they are undertaking. Just a suggestion. ...
  12. Well I used them exclusively for twenty years, in...

    Well I used them exclusively for twenty years, in preference to anything else while I was illustrating in real media. Can't say I was ever known for my textural dexterity, but loved the precision. ...
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    If any of you are wondering about the importance...

    If any of you are wondering about the importance of gesture drawing and how it can help bring real life to your figure work, there are two volumes by Walt Stanchfield comprising the compiled feedback...
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    SketchBook: Many thanks, GunTrouver and Village-idiot (that's...

    Many thanks, GunTrouver and Village-idiot (that's some self deprecating monicker you have there, my friend).
    Doubt very much that you are in your own words, an idle bugger. I've just been at it a...
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    Except they don't if you decide to use the...

    Except they don't if you decide to use the alternative products that will output compatible file formats. A lone operator like me (freelance illustrator) has never been able to justify forking out...
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    I'm with Black Spot's advice about Serif...

    I'm with Black Spot's advice about Serif software. I've been using PagePlus and DrawPlus for years. Both intuitive and powerful software, with the ability to output professional quality stuff -...
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    Why not grab ArtRage for the bargain price it...

    Why not grab ArtRage for the bargain price it comes at? You can't lose. It has a ton of power, including full layer blending modes, arbitrarily rotatable canvas, is Photoshop compatible and is...
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    Some truly glorious entries to see here. ...

    Some truly glorious entries to see here. Wonderful to see and I don't envy the judging pane, ooooooh no, not at alll.
    Great to just be a part of it. Best of luck to all, although you all seem to...
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    Hi Scott, Lovely watery glints coming on with...

    Hi Scott,
    Lovely watery glints coming on with some super colours.
    I'm a bit nervous about your ground plane and the way it seems almost to be level and in the backgound almost below the waterline. ...
  20. Gosh CryptCrawler. You certainly have a way with...

    Gosh CryptCrawler. You certainly have a way with textures and lighting. Yep, it is rather 'visceral', but that's much more mainstream and acceptable than it used to be so don't write your chances...
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    Your robot baby idea is another with real...

    Your robot baby idea is another with real possibilities Leighton. It would make another cracking image.
    Looking at your drawing ability, I reckon you could make a stand up job of the nuclear one,...
  22. Really liking it so far Scott, so miycko is...

    Really liking it so far Scott, so miycko is right, you're just not allowed to get bored. Finish it man. It will be worth it - honest.
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    I have various theories about what could be going...

    I have various theories about what could be going on in your first entry Liffey. The main contender involves the use of clouds as nappies for alien babies afraid of flatulence, and may explain where...
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    Hiya Scott, I got here at last. A nice head of...

    Hiya Scott,
    I got here at last. A nice head of steam you've built up already. Should be an atmospheric, nicely poised moment of tension by the time you polish it off.

    I'm a bit nervous about...
  25. Very atmospheric and creepy, CryptCrawler. Great...

    Very atmospheric and creepy, CryptCrawler. Great lighting and I like the colour balance too. Works for me.
    Do you have any wips you feel like posting to show how you got to this stage. I'd love...
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