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    My god, they are smaller than i thought! You must strugle to do domething like that! So small and so great in oil!


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    Dude. Awesometastic stuffs. XD .
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    11/30/03-11/30/05. Thanks CA, for all the great inspiration. When will I update? I dont know...
    ' DSB!

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    Robulus, this is going to be a No. 1 sketchbook! It looks fantastic (and I grin to myself that I also own such a watercolor sketchbook from Boesner - I'll keep it till I'll be better).

    BTW, my customer decided to have a poster without a drawing...

    Belated best wishes for 2005!

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    inspirational work! from your studies to the paintings to the cartoon work!! your hittin em all over the place!! no crits! *HIGH FIVE*
    "The only thing that the world will not have enough of is exaggeration"
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    aber eigentlich muesste das papier mit der zeit kaputtgehen, wenn nichts drunter grundiert wurde. zumindest hab ich das so gelernt...und bräunen wird es mitder zeit auch, wenn weder drunter noch drüber eine schutzschicht liegt..also sollte die haltbarkeit eigentlich nicht sehr lange sein....actually
    yours truly,

    mw.

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    Hey Robulus do you have some tips on creating cool characters?
    Do you start with a gesture? Or how do you get the inspiration for them?
    Daily Sketchbook

    ""Take from the rest of us all that you can assimilate,
    that can become a part of you, but never still the small voice that whispers to you, "I like it better my way".----Andrew Loomis----.

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    stunning oil studies Robolus,i didnt realise how small those paintings were,A4 size...sheshh..

    lastest pencil sketches are lovely as always...

    ..Jace

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    in awe

    you have such a sense of realism-you even capture it in your cariactures! its really inspiring...

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    Ryu: Thanks man! Oh, I find Oil a lot of easier than Akryl. It dries toooo quick for me. I mix my colors just on the palette.

    adraude: Hey, it was great too see you in Cologne. I hope that I can see your oil paintings soon too, and many thanks for your oil medium tips. It´s always a pleasure to get a mail from you.

    van: Many thanks old boy. Yes, the Oil Studies are in a Sketchbook.

    Jester: No problem Jester. Ahh, and a delated Happy New Year for you too.

    KingElvis: Hmm, mag sein! Aber ich kann nur sagen es klappt echt gut auf diesem Karton. Noch sehe ich keine Verfärbungen. Hoffe es bleibt so. Grüße aus Remscheid!!!

    Ilya: Ich schreibs lieber auf Deutsch (Junge, Junge, ich müßte echt einmal ein Englisch-Kurs nehmen). Ich bin nicht gerade der fitteste was Character Design angeht. Ich brauche immer einen kleinen Schubs um was brauchbares zu zeichnen. Mir hilft es sehr für ein paar Minuten Artbooks oder Comics durchzublättern um mein Kopf mit Formen und Ideen zu füllen. Dann doodle ich etwas rum, mache Thumbnails. Die ersten Skribbles sehen zum Teil katastrophal aus. Aber schließlich sehe ich dann eine Form oder Silhouette die mich inspiriert und die ich dann ausarbeiten kann. Ich habe leider nicht wie einige andere die Figur von Anfang an geistig vor mir. Beim Zeichnen versuche ich Gewichtsverlagerungen, Muskeln, fließende Formen etc. zu "spüren" und "abzutasten".

    corky13, Icey, obid619, brkofdon, Rusty, hopeless shade: Many thanks for your help and inspiration!

    The Animals and the old man (Paint Chat) are done with Ref. The Skull is life. The rest without.

    Robolus Sketchbook! 01-17

    Robolus Sketchbook! 01-17

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    wonderfull update! didn't know you can pull some of the stuff you pull in paintchat!? crazy! the skull is pretty spot on! me being a lover of cartoons, im more drawn to your toony stuff honestly..not that i dont like the other work.. its just you are really good with the cartoon style, have you done children book illustrations before?

    keep us updated please!
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    how do you paint so small....thats tiny.

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    whoa! there was a huge jump since i last checked this thread out.. highly inspiring!

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    I knew there was some sort of nutrient I was missin' in my daily diet! It was this thread! Awesome stuff as always! I can't believe you did those in OC. I think I'm gonna run off a cliff now. lol The old man paint on the second one is amazing. I can't believe that was a Paint Chat. That's amazing! I can't even draw straight lines with my tablet! lol Keep up the awesome, drool inducing, work.

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    Well your digitals are amazing
    and i think i dont have to say anything about pencil drawings.
    Daily Sketchbook

    ""Take from the rest of us all that you can assimilate,
    that can become a part of you, but never still the small voice that whispers to you, "I like it better my way".----Andrew Loomis----.

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    yay for that last pencil guy!
    haha. stefan should do a miniature of him!

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