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    bunny: Nomi! Cool to see you on these boards again! Thanks for the kind words girl, much appreciated. Use to enjoy photography until I was sort of pressured into it when I started out with college - became unfun. Slowly getting back into it again. Cheers for stopping round!

    Call0ps: Many thanks! Didn't get exhibition photos unfortuantely, might wind up showing a few of my friends' photos as soon as I get them .

    Dan: Merci mille fois, monsieur!

    marc_redd: Muchos gracias sir, much appreciated!

    sjuskadur: Many thanks and much more on the way .

    hamtaro69: thanks, glad you like the colours!

    Curse: Awesome, which part of SA you from? Glad you like what you see.

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    Right so I'm done with the exhibition work and everything, and onto the first part of my third (and perhaps final) year at college. Thought I might update with some exhibition stuff. Not everything is here, since one of the pieces is in fact based off of my LMS entry.

    Also this sb *might* turn into a sort of collaborative thing soon, depending on how things go. But more on that later, onto pictures:
    Brendan Noeth

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    wow! keep posting pages like in last update, really inspiring!
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    The textures in these are great ! Did you do them yourself or something ?
    What classes are you taking for college ?
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    daaamn, love it dude! your ideas and textures are getting pushed further and further forward...I'm glad I can witness your development

    Can't wait to see your LMS man, I'm sure its great! Hope I'll be able to catch ya online someday
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    Love this stuff. So different from most. The use o textures and colores are delish. Very much looking forward to seeing more of yours.
    Keep doing and posting.
    Please take the time to give me some constructive criticism in my Sketchbook
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    i really really like the second picture in your last update.
    all your things have a great sense of mood in them, but this one kinda
    talks to the romantic in me i guess =)

    i could see this kinda stuff in combination with story's about dreams or with poems.
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    Loving the way you make digital media look traditional (wait, it is digital right?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendan N View Post
    Curse: Awesome, which part of SA you from? Glad you like what you see.
    I'm in Cape Town. If you don't mind me asking, where are you studying, and what are you planning on doing career-wise afterwards? I'd love to study illustration or concept art but don't like the idea of being forced to work overseas or go unemployed.
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    ajvenema: Many thanks, will do!

    Daniel: Hey bro, muchos thanks! The textures are a mixture of brushes and photos of various textures. Mostly my own stuff, but I occasionally pop in the occasional free online texture. My classes are pretty cool - 1 theory subject (Visual Culture), Design, Animation and 2 Illustration subjects (one acting as a major). And you, how your course going my friend?

    paperX: Hey dude, you are way too kind. Awesome to hear you like what you're seeing. LMS right here if you haven't seen it before . As for beeing online, I'm afraid that would be less likely from now on, since I'm college is getting into full swing now . Will drop you some lines when I have time dude.

    Hilbruks: It's really cool to hear that this stuff stands out some, since I've been working for some time on getting something original going and stop being a ripoff. Of course I'm still mostly a hack, but it sound like I'm making progress .

    andreas: Haha, well it definitely is the romantic in me that made that. I find your comment of stories or poems interesting in that I'm continually trying to push the narrative qualities of these things. Seeing that someone's mentioning a literary aspect is really cool, many thanks .

    Wisteria: Thanks! It is in fact a combination of both - I make extensive use of scanned images and textures and photographs to generate the traditional quality.

    Curse: I'm studying at The Open Window. I'm still fairly unsure about my career afterward specifically - I would probably wind up doing freelance illustration or something. If you invest time and effort, going unemployed isn't an issue. Staying in this country might be, though it is doable. If you have a good internet connection, then you'd be able to work for clients around the world from your home. Hope that answers your question .

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    More stuffies soon, in the meantime - my LMS entry and its underdeveloped exhibition twin:

    c+c appreciated as always!
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    I'll try and come up with something constructive to say, but for now all i can say is your work is absolutely beautiful in my eyes. I love the textures and compositions and everything.
    The painterly/ illustration mix in the latest one is perfect.
    "A drawing is not necessarily academic because it is thorough, but only because it is dead. Neither is a drawing necessarily academic because it is done in what is called a conventional style, any more than it is good because it is done in an unconventional style. The test is whether it has life and conveys genuine feeling."- Harold Speed
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    Oh ok, thanks for the answer. I've spoken to someone before who studied at The Open Window, seems like quite a cool place.

    The LMS entry looks awesome - love the contrast between the fully rendered part and the washed-looking 2d stuff. I think you pulled it off well, and the image is really interesting to look at!
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    Almighty Chris: Many thanks mate, I'll be waiting for the crit! Appreciate the kind words.

    Curse: Thanks buddy, appreciate the kind words. Open Window is a really great place (provided you're willing to cut that sociallifeslice out of the pie and feed it to the dogs), great lecturer and a wonderful vibe. I get inspired every day just by talking to people or lecturers. If you can afford it, I'd highly recommend it.

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    So Katfayheirti was so kind as to let me screw up some of her her wonderful doodles and character drawings - these are two so far, maybe more to come. Thanks Kat, had a blast!


    feedback appreciated as always!
    return visits and starring soon I hope
    cheers!
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    great progression, seems like your really finding your own uinque style!
    I like the pictures like this one http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...6&d=1201471850
    where you still paint areas and use those textures as well, the more textured pieces feel like they could be painted more.


    this is classy http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...5&d=1201471809
    great composition amigo!
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