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    A canvas I did for my sister's birthday, she's into skulls and metal you see.
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    Finally got those pictures of the work I did for that Hullabaloo night.
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    Yay, for spraypainting.. I have added this thread to my quicklist, and go and have a look in here from time to time.. Nice sb pages as always, though on some, it seems like you are too much stuck to old, instead of trying something new (though that comment might be total bs, i think that eventually every artist sticks to one style, and keeps repeating the things/concepts he or she likes the most, and there is a great variety of things you do, people, machines, some enviros, animals, so you have done pretty much all the categories) .. I like the fact that you have got into animals, (btw, that shit is quite complicated. i mean animal anatomy) .. the last page with zebra characters is looking good and those lions fighthing, that one has a great movement, also the other thumbnails about the same thing are looking powerful.. Those portraits in acrylic (problabally) are also looking nice.. what was up with that project, that made you not finish it? (Got too bored about it? .. it seems to happend with bigger things) Btw, have you got an airbrush? Just saw that one of those sb pages had a little spray paint on it, outlining a characer..

    About the last spray painting I think you should had chosen a little bit better colors.. though, i don't know what the room itself looks, so they might be actually looking cool in there. ( Or added a little bit darker tone in some places, where the bigger shadows are, maybe that would have a little more dynamic feel to it) .. Some places look a little badly covered in the background, not that it has to be all covered the same way, but maybe those purples and blues might be faded more smoothly into each other, has a little scratchy feel. though it might just be the picture, maybe it looks better in real life.. though background is background, and it dosen't mather that much, it just caught my eye a little, and thought i would mention it. Overall the figure is still looking cool.. Keep it up.

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    Thanks for your epic post spark, good to hear from you again.

    I know what you mean about me going in circles but I see it as trying to improve at what you know, not trying to be a master of all crafts.

    Yeah I like drawing animals, especially dogs as they can have such a personality although maybe only the owners can see it. Don't find the anatomy that complex to be honest as it's very similar to our own but then that's seeing it from just the basics.

    That acrylic project was, in a nutshell, just something that I procratinated with for ages. Various problems/gossip/rumours/falling outs went on for a few years and eventually I was just left with this unfinished project.

    That last spray painting was a disaster by all accounts. I'm realising now how shit I am with colour, I just haven't got the eye for it. I also don't use spray cans enough so I just need more practice. Thanks for all your constructive comments though, you're too kind.
    I'd like to get better with airbrushing too but I need to invest in a new compressor, seems ones with a reservior are the ones to go for. If you ever get the chance to have a go with one, do it.
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    Just limiting myself to two colours.
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    Some more observational sketches.
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    More sketches for upcoming work.
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    Here's a few sketches for a bit of an epic project that's going to take some time. Mind boggles of how it's all gonna turn out.
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    More shops, this time in colour.
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    Red Hot Frilly Kickers!!!
    Last edited by Porg; March 27th, 2010 at 07:21 AM.
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    Another flyer, for a shop this time.
    Just got to spot it in.
    Trying to make more use of space and perspective.
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    Few brief experiments with perspective and what not.
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    Spot blacked the image in.
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    More observational sketches.
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    Design for a friend's Eastenders themed night, but in the West.

    Jut hope it goes ahead.....
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