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    very nice updates Chis!! i always love seeing new pencil stuff from you man! yor fundamentals are ridiculously on point man. very very solid!

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    some rough homework for class. i stumbled on a digital technique that's similar to using water/alcohol on ink sketches.

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    Really great stuff. I am interested in the latest homework, the various planes with objects sitting on top and got through it.

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    AWESOME STUFF MATE!!!!!!!!

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    Always a pleasure checking your sb man, nice stuff. cheers!

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    sexy sketches dude . keep rocking!

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    sorry i had to take some stuff down. lesson learned: do not post work stuff without permission.

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    Thanks for the mixer brush tip. That is really handy and I had no idea it was there.

    I think it's great that you share these very usefull techniques and tools. I tried to use the abstract shape exercise that you posted earlier and it is very useful.

    Also, your latest posts are nice. Especially the statue.

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    I gotta say that this is probably my favorite sketchbook thread here on CA.org. I'm always anxiously waiting for updates and squeal like a little girl when I get them. Oh the times I've spent lurking on this thread as an anonymous guest marveling your artwork and dedication. And just for the sake of it: 始めから糞かっこいいスケッチブックだ!次のアップデートが全く期待できません。クリスさんは芸術家の間で 神様だ。

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    Dude your work is amazing, i've only looked at the first 4 pages, pages 82 &81 last night on my iPod touch and i'm amazed by it! This sketchbook is like the modern DaVinci sketchbook! And you have inspired me greatly!

    If you don't mind i may study from some of your work, i wont take any credit and i swear i wont post here it as my own but i just want to learn from your style, especially the first few pages of the ball point pen work. That actually inspired me to try a sketch portrait last night and a ball point version of the same portrait.Turned out ok, considering i'm only getting back into drawing after a year and a half mental block, and that i usually don't use that type of media.

    Do you still trace a lot of your old drawings to correct mistakes? You mentioned that in those first few pages and i'm curious to try it out with some of my old drawings that i'm not happy about. I don't normally use tracing paper for my work. Keep up the fantastic work and thanks for inspiring me!

    Edit: As an artist and a history student i love those 300 sketches on page 5!

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    superb! great sketches!

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    Hey Chris! It's Jason. Long time no see! Enjoying your mech bashing and product-ish sketching practices.

    I thought I'd come back and hang around CA again, so I'll see you around!

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    Hey everyone, just wanted to say thanks for the support and positive feedback. Both of my parents are currently in the hospital, so I haven't been doing too much artwork at the moment. Too distracted. I have been trying to focus on pushing through Andy Brown's Modo tutorials. If you are trying to learn Modo, his videos are really, really good. They're available from the Luxology website.

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    Slavin--Hey Jason, it's nice to hear from you! I hope you're doing well.

    Yor--Thanks man!

    i_Imperator--Thanks! I don't mind at all if anyone draws from my stuff as long as they use common sense--credit where credit is due, etc. I haven't been tracing my drawings all that much, even though I do recommend doing it. It's usually just part of my drawing process--start with a rough sketch and kind of "trace" over the drawing to do the finished linework, etc.

    ozark--やあ、まだまだです。皆さんの応援をもって、これからも頑張りますよ。

    obstfelder--Thanks! I'm glad some of these techniques are helpful. I've had a lot of fun learning them from some of the concept artists in LA.

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    some more work on it tonight.

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    any word on when the sketchbooks are going to be up and running? i keep hearing conflicting stuff.

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    HOLY MOTHER OF PENCIL! terrifying work!!!

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    stuff.

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    can anyone tell me how to delete something once it's been uploaded? plz?

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    nice stuff

    can you write few words what is it for?

    and what soft are you using?

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    very nice work! could watch this stuff all day.

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    Impressive sketchbook--been following for a while.

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    Stunning thread, seriously stunning. I am really looking forward to seeing how this desert culture stuff works out, amazing!

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    another desert concept

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    takashmen--it's for a personal project. i have more stuff, but i'm not showing it for the time being because i want to present it right. those two were done with luxology modo 501.

    staal, bill618, bp--Thanks!

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    While there are many things I could write here the first thing that stuck me and did again as I was re-browsing your SB was your sublime pen work on page 1, crazy. I see your doing more 3d work now, is that a new direction for you or for college? No wait, don't tell me, i'll read your comments.
    Take it easy my good man.

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    I'm currently on page 13 of your sketchbook and I just have to comment and say I've learnt so much already! Thanks for posting this stuff, and hopefully when I eventually catch up you'll carry on doing so.

    Love all the moleksine studies!

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    Hey Chris I really like the epic feeling of scale you are getting in these last posts, especially the overhead shot one. Thanks for sharing.

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    i'm sure this piece will change some more. i'm starting to get a little paranoid about posting some of this stuff. like i said, it's a personal project and i want to keep a lot of it under wraps until i can present it effectively.

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    JayDee-- man, college was a long time ago for me. i'm learning ZBrush and Modo just to keep up with the demands of my job. it's fun in it's own right, but it makes me a little neurotic to keep jumping between programs.

    zeezee1210--Thanks!

    marion--Thanks! I'm trying to go for that epic feel. it's something my environments were lacking, so i'm trying to push forward in that direction.

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    all right, so waiting until you finished it

    i'm sure it will be killer

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    There's a program called StructureSynth (google it) that you can use to make all kinds of crazy abstract stuff. I'm just starting to play with it.

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    takashmen--Thanks, I'll try to make it worth the wait!

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