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    twoeggshuffle - July 23 update

    New sketchbook, new frame of mind. Going to update consistantly.
    Start with characters, Some old, some new.
    They're all from the same project... Hope you enjoy!

    Sorry for the massive resolutions of the pics. Too tired to resize right now.
    Need sleep.
    -Loren
    Last edited by Interceptor; July 23rd, 2009 at 02:41 AM.
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    About damn time my friend. You really need to post more often, it's good for you. And me.

    Seattle was perfection buddy, miss you
    p.s. I think the top left one shows(showed) sooooo much improvement.

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    Awesome. Keep on updating dude. I will try too : ]
    » sketchbook
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    PIMPAGE!!!!!

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    Do eeeetttt!!!!

    Great to meet, I have some interesting pictures of your butt which I'll be sure to post here for God and Glory.

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    Very nice! So glad to see you posting. Seattle was awesome, it was great hanging out with you again.

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    The two egg shuffle will reign supreme in this thread and in the memories of the lucky few that got to witness it in person. Good to see you updating man, let's see how far this thing goes. Smooooooooooooth.

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    Love your characters, and I like how I can kind of see how you build up your forms and stuff, that wil help me a lot, keep posting PLEASE.

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    Cool stuff, makes me wanna paint looking at them. Show us some more work and possibly some more dynamic poses.

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    Nice costume designs! more please!

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    Yay, art journey! Can't wait to see the progression continue

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    son of a...

    you already know what i think of smooth chocolate

    if I had any crits, it would be to smooth the transition of colours on the skin.

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    smoooooooooth. Those are great characters! Work on the knee anatomy a little - but the proportion and designs are great miss you, man!

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    I really like the first one,your character feels real,great expression.
    I really want to see more.

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    Hey dude !
    It's cool to see some new stuff from you man, the colors look great and the character show personality.
    Keep working man !

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    Good stuff as always, bro. Can't wait to see the ortho you promised. :p

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    colours cool, design cool, and they have your own touch to them.. overall i would pay attention to edges - both those of forms and also those of your brushtrokes. Sometimes your edges cal unnecessary attention to areas that shouldnt have it, and distract from those that should.... great to see you pushing your characters as a strength... keep going loren! 'you're doing it', or something... it seems to be the new catchphrase since rev's

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    impressive works, great way of painting, i really like the gesture of yours characters!

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    hey, where were you hiding these guys in seattle?

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    Approved!!

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    you've gotten some very good feedback, now we want to see you take it in and show us more great art!

    cheers and keep at it!

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    Awesome dude! Keep updating.

    Was good to meet you my seattle love bunny, did you tell your girlfriend of our love yet? As for crits maybe work on your edges a bit, some of those transitions need refining too.

    Good stuff man keep it up.

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    making of a good book here. keep up with the sharing.

    ill be definatly keeping an eye out on this one.
    radiance spreading through the darkness, like answers spilling from an urn of secrets.

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    Nice works, I have one question, as a beginner, wfrom where do you get inspiration for poses for your character designes? Live models? Photographs? Another studies?

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    owy wheres the updates waiting for more

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    nice stuff! can't wait to see more of it
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    hey interceptor, nice to see another calgary kid in here! anyways the characters are looking good especially the costumes - the first and third are looking a little androgenous but besides that the colors are cool as well as the overall shapes being created, keep up the great stuff.

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    Great designs wrapped in bacon my friend. Bacon

    Let's see new stuff then
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    Tom This update is for you. More than anyone, You, Rob and Dan have been pushing me the last year and I really appreciate it. Hope you're not goign to give up on me anytime soon.

    Cai I'm looking forward to your updates man! It was a blast to hang out with you again. Hope it's not another 2 years before we get together.

    Rebecca Your determination with me is staggering. I'm suprised you don't hate me already! I feel honored to know you!

    Emily I agree!! Maybe you'll speak up next time. So everyone won't have to crowd around you and break hotel furniture. I still feel like a fast bastard... being the straw that broke the camel's back..

    Johnny Shen Hey man, I'm wishing you all the best out in Encinitas. You have to be sure to stay in touch. You're going to be a star.

    King Scribbles Wow, I appreciate that alot. I want to update alot more, but I've been working on my LMS recently. I'm going to try to have more frequent updates now that free time is a reality.

    Miles Haha. yeah.. there will be some full illos to come in the next few weeks. So expect to see more dynamic poses...

    Longwrat You got it, boss. Thanks alot for the kind words, I really appreciate it.

    DRGNSLYR Danomight You're the guy who sees every little scribble I make anyways, this book is nothing new to you. Your work has been really inspiring to me, especially lately. Hope you keep doing what you love. Thanks for being a good friend.

    Bed Time Buddy That's some great advice. I did'nt really notice how harsh some of those transitions were until you pointed it out. Thanks for the advice!!

    Nonie RAAAAASTAAAAAA!! Hey Nonie, thanks for the webspace, yikes, you're so generous. Let me know if there's someway I can repay you in the future. Why did it take so long to exchange MSN's? Can't wait to see your LMS, you're a machine.

    lilnebo Thanks a bunch for your nice words!!

    Curehead awe shucks.. you sure know how to sweet talk a gal.

    DanielC I've been following your work for a while! It's great to get a response from you thanks a ton!!

    Choco It's coming soon!! Just want to have a bit of fun before I get back into fusing art with math

    Adam (not from the UK) Great crits! This is stuff I would'nt have picked up on my own for a long time. Keep it coming! And thanks for always having the time to look at my work, even at 3 in the morning

    Toubab Really? lil' ol' me? You're giving me the vapours. Thanks for the comment!

    Alice You did'nt see these? It'd pretty much all I brought. haha. Thanks for the print! I have it hanging above my monitor.

    Meltface Are you... in... Pocket Club?

    HurricaneThanks, hurri! And thanks for all the awesome crits you give me, too

    Adam Our love? Do you mean dry humping me infront of 15 people in a crowded hotel room?

    Slav Oh, you

    DoktorNo Well.. I can only answer that as a beginner myself... Really I get inspired by thinking up little stories of character in my head before I draw that out.. then usually they seem to just fall into the costume or expression I want them to.. Thanks for the comment!!!

    lilnebo here it is!

    Ignominious Your name is fun to say.. and your avatar is fun to look at, and your post was fun to read, OY! It's like a carnival. lol. Thanks a ton.

    TOOLED You're from Calgary? Drop me a PM sometime. And as for androgynous, yeah.. I like that aspect of characters for some reason. The big manly brutes with the muscles and heavy weapons are'nt my personal cup of tea... so it does'nt really show up in fun work and sketches.. I like the calculators and crafty ones

    Justin You said the magic word




    Anyways, here is some shit.. sketching out ideas for vilains in my project,, and a creature sketch I did on the bus. ah the bus.... I live like a king.

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    Looking good man !
    Keep exploring new ideas !!

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