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    Seed to the root; graffiti style
    Paper dimensions A3 with 2B.

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    I am obsessed with the inverted alphabets! I think i am gone psycho.
    Paper dimensions A3 with 2B.

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    You seem to be a natural at cartooning and even rendering...Mabey practice some pages of just construction and placement of figures in perspective with no shading,drawing lightly,using your arm not your wrist...Fustrating at first but well worth it (I need to take my own advice)

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    astrocrud: Thanks for stopping by

    OKAY; here we go for the update, series of characters, These are beggars/abnormal fighters. Like 'beggars rampage'! 'beggars unleashed'.

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    She is the new bitch around, throwing the teas/coffees and margaritas and even tequila from others hands, Enough annoying i guess!

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    This is my 4th painting in oil. I saw Miyazaki's "howl's moving castle" and was inspired by the movie. I was visiting a book store and ran into ts production focus book. This painting is from that book, its a background matte in the movie but I did it in oils. the original movie background is in water colors.
    Size: 24'X12'
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    She is the cat lover and cats loves her! No matter what she does to them.

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    You are really trying out everything, Sony. Extremely varied body of work, in style, subject, and medium. Pretty useful, I'm sure.
    Those 'graffiti' pieces show some nice varied line weight and some nice rendering in general. Try to adapt the same in those characters! And you can always exaggerate or stylize some of the anatomy, but be careful. For example, different arm sizes of the girl in #36 looks a bit odd. Otherwise nice characters, I like the last one most.

    Nice bunch of sketches on the previous page. I like the "spray monster", if ever you can find it again ;s

    Keep at it! Says you're an art director on your profile, I'm sure you must be diverse. Nice going, show more!


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    oh wow what a COOL sketchbook, I loved looking through this, every picture is so interesting. I love the little scratchy environment studies, I really would like to see more of them, the countryside one with barn and green fields is excellent and all the swirly lines one, I love swirly lines, infact I sometimes kinda think I am a big swirly line.

    This is great keep on showing us goodies =0

    congrats on not being boring!!

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    You got some nice pencil work here. I like the drawings and designs a lot. Keep sharing

    Work hard, anything is possible. I know, I know, itís a very cheesy response but itís true. Hard work and dedication is the key to reach your dreams. -BjÝrn Hurri

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    Mountains

    anthis: sometimes i just keep going on and this my flaw i guess i ignore proportions, thanks for the comments.
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    here's an update!
    These are from book Mountains by vmb publishers,

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    Saber's Insectors

    Meet the Saber's Insectors . These are the flying fighting equipment for some cartoon characters (which i will develop soon). stay tuneD! the illustration is in really really rough sketch!

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    Oil painting WIP's- I have used photos from books for these, I am learning about oil painting.

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    Oil consumer

    Oil consumer machines/monsters.
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    I have used photos by my friend for ref. but tweaked the colors and stuff. that 50% zoom for the detail.

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    tnx for the comment in my sb,
    some interesting work you got here, really diggin those rockstudies, traditional paints and vehicles
    With your characters you seem to have a more cartoony approach towards them, it fun to have an own style but try to do some anatomy studies too they will benefit your realistic characters and your more cartoony ones as well.

    anyway great stuff so far so keep it up ^^

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    The work you do that is similar to the "filler" piece seems very unique to me. I like looking at them. I agree with polydrawer, some anatomy studies will help benefit your figures. Good work!

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    Thanks for the comments guys.

    Wierdo bunny heads series.
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    Those cartoons/graffiti are awesome!
    I really love those mountains back in #43

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    Lighter Buddy. He lights your cigarettes, if you want to other wise he will do it him self, don't look into his eyes with the desire/need of a cigarette.

    This is for super stylized robot in community activity by 2d artist magazine.


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    I did this for some learning the original painting is by Aaron here' link to his gallery must visit gallery awesome painter.

    Link to Aaron gallery for this painting

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