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    collected sketches

    Sketching in Sketcher. I'm liking the limitations with this bare bones app, forces me not to rely on my usual smoke and mirrors:

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    napkin sketchin

    Doodling on napkins.
    It's a nice break from the pixels and plastic.

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    Epochian

    Inspired by a napkin doodle.

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    Epoch

    The owners of my favorite haunt hit me up to depict them as superheroes for an ad.
    The first idea was to have them engaged in a conflict with a villain inspired by a cartoon scratched into one of
    the tables, but he didn't make the cut.

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    One night I strolled into Epoch,
    and she calls my name. At first I didn't recognize her but then
    recalled meeting her over a year before that led to a night of drunken frenzied
    photography of her spread out on the living room poker table wearing nothing
    but a Tiki mask.

    So she's on leave from Iraq and wants me to do a portrait of her
    from life. She wasn't expecting anything more than a sketch so, sure , I agreed
    and began to chat her up as I worked on her face.

    She was a gunner in the Army until her company officer was splattered
    all over her, so she says, and after spending some time in a comfortably padded room,
    she's been assigned to janitorial duty for the duration of her tour.

    Between that story and her enthusiasm for me doing this, I thought
    her request merited more than just a quick sketch.

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    Hula Chick

    So I met this quirky cool chick and was totally seduced by her uninhibited promotion of her "pussy prints". She would throw parties with her girlfriends in which they'd dip themselves in paint and plant their yonis on paper
    and sell them at art shows. Her other interest was giving performances as a body painted hula hooper. So, in fascination, I sketched this. Didn't intend to take it this far, otherwise would've used reference, entirely compulsive.

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    theres a lot of potential going there. although there are a few programs that are direct and hardcore that are better than sketcher - try sketchup pro or open canvas. theyre absolutely awesome.

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    bushwoman

    Speed painting. I know that term is loosely defined, but what I primarily consider
    it to be is a quick (within half an hour) painting born from spontaneity, from chaos. It's a lot of fun diving into something without rhyme or reason and seeing the imagery emerge, a most pleasurable sense of discovery...never have I felt such African sensuality.

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    Hulk sketch.

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    napkin sketchin 2

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    speed paints

    I put quite a bit of time (for a speed paint) into rendering out the Atlantis bit,
    in an effort to make it cool but also in part because it was my first go on an underwater scene. If I were to take another stab at this,
    I'd reduce the size of the temple so that the clam shell could actually close,
    triple the size of the sub and come up with a design that wouldn't make it look like a toy.
    Maybe then it wouldn't be such a goofy ass scene.

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    Night City sketches

    Night City is a concept that's been congealing through random sketches
    involving corrupt politicians, intrigue, drug warfare,
    poverty stricken violent crime, and fungal invasions
    along with a time bomb.
    Stay tuned.

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