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your enviros are supercool - gonna learn from ya
that clouds feel like they are real! do you use photos in your work?
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yo whit, thanx for the birthday wishes!! id have called back, but...guess what...on my birthday i broke my phone screen again! hahahaha. (as cody might have told u, because when he called i was like "who is this?")
was good to hear ya on my answer machine tho! hopefully ill come back to SF within the next couple months to visit!
lookin good stuff in here man. nice to see so many clouds in here, seein as how u used to think i was retarded for always wantin to draw em, HAHAHA.
mad luv dude
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Great stuff in this sketchbook, just wanted to say good job on the landscape video, from what I've watched of it so far it's going to be a real help I think. Do you typically start your digital figures more with line or with blocks of color?
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aedman: hey man! thanks! as for the line vs. blocks of color.... it depends on if I have photo ref... sometimes i start in blocks of color, and wind up going back in with line later to clarify things.. but most of the time it's blocks of color... cheers
marco nelor Hey man! looking forward to seeing you when you come in town... you've got a couch to crash if you need it! I just gave you shit cuz you'd give more love to the clouds than any other element of the picture... not the same when all you're painting is clouds
roidvoid I'm right here!
kveye hey man! i use photos sometimes... depends on the subject and circumstances
christ : thank you christ
InvertedChalupa Yo mike! suuuuuuuuup? i dream about your chode, and wake up to a warm... gooey sweat.
enthombed hey! thanks
bumskee Yo min! thanks for droppin by man... you ain't lazy... maybe i'll see you in new zealand?!!
sabin boykinov hey dood! i use photoshop... cheers
steak-tron suuuuuuuuup keeeeeeeeeeeeeeemp!!! i love you
Call0ps hey dood! glad you enjoyed the vid... i am glad to hear it's helpful..
krossj thanks a lot man
flamable thank you very much
Mitchell hey man! i'm not so sure about that, but thanks anyway
Miles_ Love hey man... all the digital stuff is photoshop!! i don't know if i could ever use painter... i would miss too many features
archipelago thanks a lot dood
kidult thanks sir
Victor B thanks a lot man! i've been trying to develop a more traditionalish brush set for photoshop.. glad you dig it
Idiot Apathy: hhmmmmm.... interesting idea... oils aye? take care tom!
Diego thanks man!!
roidvoid: yeah i use some dual brush+texture, but i generally keep it to a minimum... my most recent brushes are included in my digital download if you're interested!
I don't use maya because i haven't spent the time to learn it yet... plus, i figure i would use max anyway, hope that answers yer questions! peace!
nonie hey nonie!! glad you noticed that rainbow, i just figured nobody would notice!
Gerbil Fetus thanks mate
eminkey2003 hey dood... thanks a lot!
AlexC cheers! thanks man
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May 24th, 2008 #198we run the streets
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the balznspace image reminds me of some john berkey
thanks for the downloads tons of info there
May 25th, 2008 #199Registered User
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The latest stuff is all a bit too much! (jumps off a bridge)
Very inspiring to see your development. Seeing this stuff, I seriously want to do more personal works. Do you use a Cintiq by the way?
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May 25th, 2008 #200
Beautiful stuff. The highlights on the faces and the soft finish in a lot of these really brings them to life. I wish I could do that much with one brushstroke.
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May 25th, 2008 #202fishing for boots...
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Whit's rocking the boat. Nice work!
May 25th, 2008 #203
You're a killer... Everything is in full volume and depth, tangible, palpable. Clouds, bodies, every tiny detail... Phew...
Among the latest batch I especially like the snowy speedpaint, it feels like I can trek in it.
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you are not telling me those painted girls are from imagination right?
not that it would really matter, seeing as its the final piece thats important to the viewer, not the process.
but god damn are those beautiful, the whole update is beautiful.
now im just rambling because im flabbergasted.
Me and DanielC talked abit about your outdoor environment video piece (neither of us has seen it yet, we are waiting for the second part) and we both thought it was amazing how all the details and textures are really just scribbles, yet the whole piece is really amazing and alive (it is currently my desktop!)
yeah yeah lol.
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your girls studies is absolutely crazy, man, keep post more of them
btw, these studies are from photo-references or from real people?
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Brilliant thanks for sharing
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