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    We are of peace , always!

    The members here bring about such a motivational backdrop to the whole community and i hope i can contribute too!
    Not easy to keep the sketchbook constantly running , but i'll definately try to keep up ,
    I have some kinda disorder for only showing the better stuff and not the messy random stuffs that i keep ,hopefully shedding away this conscious behavior in the habit of keeping a sketchbook.
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    Woots sorry for the mass post , another set of Work in progress.
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    This is an excellent start to a sketchbook, it looks like you've got a firm grasp on anatomy and I think you'll do quite well here. Make sure to soak up some of the local art, we've got bonified professionals roaming these forums, they're always a good place for insparation.

    Elwell and Mentler are probably the heaviest posters around here and they have some cool stuff. Though I don't know if those two in particular are professionals, I'd presume so.

    Oh and make sure to put a link to your sketchbook in your sig, I see you don't have it their yet. It's a great way to get input.
    I think the problem with pen&ink is that there is no Ctrl+z command.

    writers and artists have a lot in common -- we both draw from life, we both paint pictures, and we'll both spend to many sleepless nights on our work.


    My (new) sketchbook: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=100982

    My (old) Sketchbook:http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=88773

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    Dude! That's one fancy and beatiful valentines card. Mine usually have a stupid rabbit, cat or bear holding a flower!

    Love the process too!
    my sketches, and rants.

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    thanks for the local info , aite , i"ll add that down to my signature.

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    wow! sweeeet!! lots of lovely solid stuff in here.
    you've got a new fan

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    wow, lovely work dude!

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    Beautiful work! Love it all. The tech-women and fairy-eater are my favs.
    Wouldn't mind seeing bigger and more tuts
    Do you use photoshop only?
    Thanks for sharing

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    yeap , i only use photoshop for all of my work. I guess painter just keep crashin in my com or i heard so.

    And thanks peeps for all the comments, i wish to contribute more after my block!

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    Awesome. Those last two are great, the robotic chick and the lizard thing are really cool. The Asian chick(your ex?) looks cross-eyed, though...is she? No disrespect meant, just curious. If she's not, it needs fixed, but I'm sure you've already seen it. Anyhow, great SB, you've got skills.
    Watch out for Piranhas

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    Great start to a sketchbook. Love seeing your progress shots.
    Look forward to seeing more.
    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

    www.sevans.co.nz , for more images and to kill time.

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    Nice, I like that chick in the 2nd post and the last portrait from the first post. Nice renderin' all around. Keep posting.
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    AHHA i need to fix her eye so damn bad, shes no crossed eye unfortunately its my disability to fix it sooner.

    And thanks guys , many motivation to start with !!

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    Can I ask you how you get your highlights? On my paintings, it seems that no matter how high up I go, it always isn't the sheen that it seems on yours. Is it kind of the arrangement you have the dots of light, like on here:

    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1186038203

    They look bright on first glance but then on closer inspection they look like regular bright colours, but I just can't get mine to look like that. Is it the kind of brush you use, the colours surrounding the light, etc?

    Sorry if I sound kind of demanding =/

    Amazing sketchbook!

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