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    Environmental

    What up good people

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    Used Piece by Graffiti artist- The Mac, as reference for PS Painting.

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    Welcome to the sketchbook forum man. I like your colors, the lady looks very smooth and nice, without looking too digital. But i think your anatomy and proportions need a little practice, show some studies!

    Keep it up man!

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    Some pages from

    Here are a few figure drawings from the archives...

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    Hey Zeal - Nice colors, The girl (#2) is really attractive, the neck and colar bone area are a little hard to read though. I really like the last sketch of the girl, the line work is nice.
    The skateboarder shows some nice motion, but the proportions on the left foot look a little off.

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    The last portrait is very cool...but I won´t use the leaves brush....it is too obvious,I think.Keep posting!

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    Enter the 7th Chamber

    Working on environments and lighting:
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    Quick sketch warm up trying out Painter:
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    nice environment kinda reminds me of sparth! more of them please!

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    Vector Brushes

    No reference, no direction, no worries.

    Nice Thing about Vector art is that it's Resolution independent
    and can be blown up huge w/ no loss of detail.

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    Birds are fly

    Those are some big ass birds!

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    You have a great book going on. The enviro http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...8&d=1201412282 and the sybil anatomy study are really good. Hope to see more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zeal View Post
    Those are some big ass birds!
    lol indeed. those are some beautiful environments.

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    I like those brush stroked for the trees.
    Keep on postin'

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    Lord Ribblesdale

    Thanks for the comments, cool to hear you dig the environments.
    Something I've been trying to get better at.

    Had a couple hours of free time yesterday to
    do a quick study of a Sargent painting. Thanks for checking it out.

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    sweetness, i really like your realistic style

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    Nice Sargent study, I really like this style!

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    Capri Girl

    Another Sargent study sprinkled w/ a little digital flavor, I have to work on the eyes, I think they look a little wacky, but learned somethings in the process.

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    Nice Sargent studies! And i really dig that vector thingy!

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    StreetLife

    Thanks Flaskpost!
    Here's another one off the dome, I'll clean this up later...

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    Pencil to the paper

    sketchbook + #2 Pencil = peace of mind.

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    Some really interesting stuff here!
    I like the studies you have done digitally. Keep at it !

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    Energy Towers

    Thanks Hive - Here's another quick environment with a custom cube brush
    that I made. It works awesome for throwin up some quick building skylines. You can see the brush shape on the right, it looks like a floating cube.

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    cool enviros, I like the birds

    here's my DA account. S
    http://merlkir.deviantart.com

    and here's my sketchbook! check me out if you like concepts of soldiers and warriors of all sorts.

    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=90214
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    Create & Destroy

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    SpaceStation

    brush experimentation

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    yu sik looks good id like to see that him in your digital style

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=120987

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    hey, nice sketchbook, especially like your envos - theyre nice! it's good youre experimenting, that way you can go even further.

    keep it up!


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    Used Car Salesmen

    Thanks for the comments. It's been a minute so I thought I'd switch it up
    with a couple character sketches.

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    Wow, all those are great! Please do more paints!

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    Symmetry

    geometric transformations- scaling, reflection, and rotation; and some digital painting

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