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    iMaiM Thanks. Painter's a lot of fun but it's also a beast to learn and get used to. Yeah i've been stockpiling my pensketches... i was doing a lot of gestures so i figured i'd show them all at once.

    Thanathos Thanks. I'm using a recycled sketchbook i got at a local art store. Took the tag off a year ago so i don't even know what it's called. sorry

    Jabo Thanks for stopping by. I'm having a hard time finding good images of nudes with good lighting. Hopefully i get good enough at anatomy by the time i run out of images that i can start making it up as i go. HAH.

    Soul Karl That's actually a good idea, probably once i get good enough at doing general anatomy i'll start breaking it down into pieces. Yanno the usual head, hands, feet, etc, etc, etc. I'm sure that's going to take me eons to punch through but i'll be fun. As for art college i actually go to San Jose State University (w00t! graduating in December!) one of the lesser known good art colleges. But my style is heavily influenced by Feng Zhu and Syd Mead so i guess you could say Art Center did have an influence on how i draw.

    SEVANS Thanks. I'm working on getting my voice heard around here. Hah!

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    and for what you really came for. UPDATE! and it's a big one!

    IDW #48 Heavy Lifter. I'll probably revisit this when i get the time and do some bitchin rendering.

    robots eat metal! (resurrected!)

    Sketchbook pages. Doing manikin gestures from loomis, working on my proportions, and doodling in class. Word to the wise: Business Ethics is teh boring.
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    nice designs and value studies.
    good loomis practice.

    the hands need some work. maybe try a more block simple version to get proportions?

    good works, keep it up
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    DIMAGYAN thanks. good suggestion on the hands, i'll definitely give it a shot.

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    so i saw 30 Days of Night the other day.
    It's brutal
    It rocks
    Go see it now.

    Here's something i had to get out of my head. I'll probably add more detail to it as time goes on, still working out the poses... i need better blood textures
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    those painter figure studies are beautiful! there're some perspective issues with your manikin gestures somehow, especially at the hips area, maybe horizontal guilde lines across the hips and shoulders might be helpful? either way, you have an excellent eye for form, and i'm sure you'll be rocking in no time, keep up the studies!
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    Hey gus I really love the figure studies you did in painter, you got me excited to do some of those. Keep plugging away sir, things are looking damn good, its good that your working hard on multiple aspects; drawing, digital and perspective. Keep the it rolling man.
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    Great stuff! The vehicles are awesome. I hate drawing vehicles, so I need to do more. Good work on the figure studies, too. That's the important stuff. Keep it up!
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    it's always good to see some more id people representing on here, those painter studies are really really nice, keep it up man!
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    thanks for all the kind words guys.

    yes, sorry, not really an art update unfortunately... here's some sans of what i'm working on for school... it's construction site lighting. Really busy with the final review this coming weds which means 2 things:

    firstly: massive art update enroute, expect concept renders, final sketch rendings, pictures of 3dprinted mockups, etc etc... THE WORKS

    secondly: i'll have free time again... thus more painter and other... oh it's good to be graduating in december. w00t man

    check it out- here's a little view into my mixed and rather irregular thought process
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    not quite sure where i was goin with this one. might work on the sky later, color suggestions welcome... it's kinda flat now that i look at it more.

    New years resolution: DRAW DRAW DRAW DRAW. Yeah...
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    thar be drawings here.

    in an attempt to update this more frequently, i scribbled some things in the 'ol sketcher. go figure... how simple was that? I gather it wasn't too painless for you out there either now was it?
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    robot chick of sorts.

    wip... going to finish it up tomorrow. started out kinda meh, little more happy with it now. Might go into painter and pretty it up with some lighting and such.
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    updated WIP.

    going into painter and digitizing it now. this may take a while.

    stay tuned, i'll have another step tomorrow. ha!
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