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    reasons for temporary lulls in productive thinking

    From now on I'll update one of the newer pics in this post:

    a master study of a painting by dagnan bouveret: mother of sorrow.

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    cool stuff bro! tour earlier sketches look like you had some influence from wesley burt in your compositions and with the portrait. I can't paint for crap with photoshop so there isn't really any advice I can offer you there. but hay, just keep pluggin away at things keep on trying to improve and you should get better. good stuff and keep it coming!
    sorry, I was thinking about something. what'd you say again?

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    Aha, excellent start to an SB. I really like the landscape with the city on the mountain you broke down, I need to do exercises like this myself grr! I also really like this one: http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1197164229

    The monster is very cool, the face/mouth keeps drawing my eyes towards it. You should finish it and post a higher res image, very nice design on that piece.

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    speedysam: yea you're correct wesley burt has influenced me in a way.

    n1va: thanks! glad you like the monster

    ok, my scanner is being a bitch right now, so I'm putting up some oldies and 2 digitals I've started on:

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    oh that digital painting with the arms stretched looks so good i can't wait till it's smoothed out and more detailed.
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    Love your tribute go Angus! He was a great man/artists and you pictures has some of his emotion of that I would like to see that in a cleaner picture as it has become distorted by the .jpg conversion.

    Also more studies! Anatomy and people preferably

    Keep 'em coming!
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    xxzxczx_me and lad, thanks! I wish I could post up a better version of that image but right now I lost the psd and can't find it

    anatomy and people are coming lad

    ok, here's an update again, a environment, a little progression on one of the previous drawings, my lms entry and a fast environment I did. My scanner still isn't working properly so actual drawings will have to wait.

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    very cool sketches, I like the gray monotone one with the light source in the bottom right... would be interesting to see this developed more. good job.

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    very good pictures

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    gustavo and sameolesame, thank you for your replies!

    sameolesame, I have trouble finding out which picture you mean :s

    My scanner is working again so time for an update!

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    another update

    both wip:
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    don't know what I'm going to do with this yet
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    this, is, a dope sketchbook. your digi skills are getting really great. keep working on them
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    Do more portrait studies? Action scenes maybe? :p
    I know I need to do action scenes.. Since you're studying history,
    maybe something historical!

    Hey keep it up mate!

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    fantastic stuff man, your pencils are the winners!

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