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October 22nd, 2009 #76
TheGnoll> It was great meeting you too! Always cool to meet someone so badass! My analog imagination stuff is ugly, working on that though (slowly)
OmertA> Cheers for dropping by
daveneale> Word up Dave! Canary Wharf meet was awesome, a second trip would be cool, need to find more places that look Blade Runner esque!
Anurizm> Thank you
Frank Gressie> You are the Man on Fire *bow*
Ghostbrush> Sup homie! Looking forward to seeing the atelier pieces in the flesh
aefx> You definitely need to make it down one of these Fridays! Been an age since we met last
no87> Sup, Alex! Thanks for the kind words. Your stuff is coming along, hope to catch you soon
Pixiebrush> Slacking on the updates!!! I want to see those finished animal portraits
AustenFM> Thanks man but I'm not doing anything awesome cuz my talents are lame!
congojack> Ancient studies are fun! Thanks for the comments
Thank you all!
I've been trying to save up to either do one term at an atelier (barely afford to do that!) or go to the David Kassan super dream holiday/one month class, not sure which one but I know I need to get some guidance and levelling up on the core basics.
Update: Sketches from museums mostly odd one or two from a sketch meet or gallery
^Ghostbrush and timpaatkins
Digis (not sure if I posted some of these):
Unfinished Sargent study
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October 23rd, 2009 #77
Im loving those gesture studies, coming along really well
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October 23rd, 2009 #78
November 2nd, 2009 #79
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November 4th, 2009 #80
mysocksrock> Thank you!
digitalinkrod> Thank you too!
Jeff Lai> Thanks man, yeah the museums in London are amazing, I really wish I started using them earlier.
de Laszlo study^, thanks to dcorc for showing me his art!
Iron Giant thumbnails^
November 7th, 2009 #81
nice to see that you're working hard =) beautiful studies, i love the digital stuff in particular, you got an amazing eye for color matte. about the tradicional work i would say to draw big, its more dificult but is on of the best things that you can do to improve yourself ( in my experience ). either way you got yourself a fan! PS: stop playing 3rd strike! xD
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November 11th, 2009 #82
Thanks, Call0ps! I will definitely try to draw bigger, maybe get an A0 sheet like you! Not played sf3 since the damn arcade sessions we had lol I blame the sticks for all my losses .
November 12th, 2009 #83
November 13th, 2009 #84
Always blame the tools!! Thanks for the support, Call0ps .
November 13th, 2009 #85
December 5th, 2009 #86
Hey, glad to meet up with ya on Fri! Dayum man, great digitals! really mature brushwork, and good textures- theres little i can say with you digitals (except that i need to play catch up with painting again in digitals XP), but
for your pencilwork, looks to me like some ballpoints and tonal studies will push your work up Golden Street
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December 6th, 2009 #87
December 6th, 2009 #88
Wow, man. You got a lot of amazing pieces in here. I especially much like your statue studies made with pencil, great strokes. Hope to see more soon!"I wish to paint in such a manner as if I were photographing dreams" - Zdzislaw BeksinskiMy Happy Little Sketchbook, please check it out and help me get better!
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December 19th, 2009 #89
digitalinkrod> Too kind!! Blade Runner is an amazing looking film
Aberzheim> Howdy! Thanks for the pointers, I'm gona work on those. Catch you soon, mate (make sure you update your sketchbook with the amazing studies you've been doing)
Call0ps> I think my scanner is dying : (
LORD M> Thank you!!
My 'new' scanner looks like it's on it's way out..
Aberzheim persuaded me to try charcoal, something I haven't touched since I tried and hated at school! was a lot of fun. The initial block in isn't accurate at all lol. I think I'll try and do more charcoal studies!
December 19th, 2009 #90
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