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    .. and then its that joke about two tomatoes crossing the road?

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    a quick study made digitally for a portrait I am working on. Just want to try out a palette here first as I am going to paint it in acrylics

    also worked some more on Europa the gun legs


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    Nice the last one and the bubble bobble one is awesome!

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    Had to stop by and say that I love this sketchbook. Very interesting concepts and fun ideas. Really like your character design in post 415. Thx for sharing. I am officially inspired now

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    Very cool stuff, and nicely creepy - the sculpture is lovely, and well the tank girl

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    Softskin: Thank you! yeah, bubble bobble was an awesome game ^^

    palladium: Thank you for dropping by Thanks for the feedback!

    dan liimatta: Thanks. you mean the blueprint for the sculpture?

    Here are some shorter life study sketches done in school. I think I've given up scanning all those croquis I do every week, unless I buy myself a scanner

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    ser bra ut, men nakken hans er lent for langt bakover p alle

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    dstrax: takker. jo stemmer nok det,men jeg mener huske jeg virkelig rett-opp-holdning der

    Picking up that character design I started doodling on back in 2008 - a redesign of old NES game Guardian Legend fly/battle suit just for the funz. See page

    Focusing on functional parts and silhouette of the angel. Adding details later


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    working on an enviro scene sort of in acrylics. Blocked out the colors and some of the main elements. Going to work on details this week. Any suggestions?

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    All very nice work. Your concept art is all very nice, I especially love the panda in the suit with the sword in his hand, lol. Cool thread sir.

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    Look good for now, what is story behind it?

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    i like your panzer-nude as far as suggestions go i dont really know as i am not too sure what you want to get out from the piece great skecthbook and i hope the painting goes well!

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    My god, I think I'm in love XD you're quite amazing. Can't imagine being that good. I really like the environment. The colors you picked for the earth remind me Bill Watterson handled bare ground in the color Calvin and Hobs strips. The middle ground's reading like a sea to me at the moment but i'm not quite sure, it'll be interesting to see what it ends up being but anyway, quite impressive! (kowtow)

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    cool works. keep posting!
    did you work with oil, watercolour before?

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    Sir Cam: Thanks! Glad you liked them

    MatejaPetkovic: Thanks! I think I'm going to keep the story behind it for myself a bit longer.

    Dr poPcoRN: Thanks! I want the picture to work, thats all

    strange1900: Thanks. I never thought of that when picking the pallette. Cool. I finished it as I went out of time (school assignment). I haven't taken a proper shot yet so here it is on the easel.

    gorec: Thank you. Not much, I've been learning to use acrylics lately in art school.

    Here is a dump with some of my latest stuff. Finished the portrait mentioned earlier in my thread.

    Also painted the male portrait from observation, not yet finished. Acrylics in on ~ 80x60cm canvas


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    Sketches, studies, some more faces from sunday sketchcrawls....AND .. a COMIC!

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    I thought the idea of drawing myself as the complex and self-proclaimed misunderstood genius-artist would make an interesting character.

    Here with a loose reference to Marcel Duchamp and the paranoiac critical methods of Salvador Dali.


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    Thanks for some very nice ideas ! (saved to inspiration folder) Can't wait to see the sculpted lamp in a real photo.

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    soros: Thanks a lot Great to hear. Ooh that lamp will be hard to do. I might try this week as I have some spare time

    Me and some friends arranged a life study session today. Great fun painting with oils. I forgot to bring my camera.

    Another Shaman sketch! They are really fun to do Still a WIP

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    okay tank on legs..... awsome doesnt begin to describe it
    You have some really great stuff in here, ill be looking forward to seing some more

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    Thanks DK_sketch. Legs are nice

    I've started sculpting the model in a sort of heavy styrofoam which is going to be used as cast for the lamp. A bit chunky still, trying to set the directions and overall lines before I smooth it out. Hope you like it.

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    new sketches from sunday caf sketch crawls

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    Brilliant sketchbook. Love the shaman character, and your coffee shop sketches.

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    Great work! The last two are defiantly my favs

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    I really like your digital works!! specially the tomatoes and the angel concepts!

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    I love everything you do, keep it up! I'll be coming back here when i have the time!

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    Your paintings look amazing, can't wait for more.

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    That shaman is so cool! I get the feeling it really would work irl. I know what I'll look like next halloween
    loving the variety of ideas and mediums in here. Keep going crazy! (tomatoes at the top.. brilliant!)


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    thanks everyone

    another Shaman. No this is actually a Fever Ray homage, but quite in the neighborhood of the previous sketches

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_50c8QZZyQ

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