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    I'm totally feeling that first b/w sketch - so loose and sweet. I'd love to see a much larger version if you've got it. Overall, excellent work here - nice job!


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    Not a problem, and thank you for the compliment. Let me see here......Ah, there it is.....
    [B][FONT="Franklin Gothic Medium"][SIZE="2"]Sketchbook Poop

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    here is a larger of the unfinished piece as well. If anyone would like larger files just let me know.
    [B][FONT="Franklin Gothic Medium"][SIZE="2"]Sketchbook Poop

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    love the gas mask guy, great stuff!

    cheerz

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    I really love the mask one, just something about it brings it to life. And i'm loving the colours in the last one, the contrast of the bright red is really effective!

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    Man you're stuff is awsome, are you saying you do a quick greyscale for basic values, then do a basic colour overlay, merge it, an then paint into colour on top of that? sounds like a solid process I'll try it out, cya around.

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    Exactly. Greyscale, color layer, merge that, then I just use opaque paint on top of that pushing the values a little more and thats pretty much it. I sometimes use texture overlays just to spice things up a bit more and add a little bit more of a gritty feel to it when I think things are getting a little to clean. And the sharpen tool is one of my best friends. I use the standard chalk brush thats in photoshop for about 85 percent of the painting. I find its a little bit of a chore to get a crisp edge sometimes in photoshop, so the sharpen tool really helps in that area.
    [B][FONT="Franklin Gothic Medium"][SIZE="2"]Sketchbook Poop

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    Great work Cole. Keep them coming.
    2011 Sketchbook

    New Helzon's SB R.I.P. Mike

    "I am obsessed with the process of creation" -Zdzislaw Beksinski

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    WOW WOW WOW. So grimy and dangerous. Love your stuff. Don't hold back, give us some more!

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    Thanks everyone. Here are some things from my sketch books as well as my first oil paintings. I just started painting in oils about a couple weeks ago. I'm surprised that I actually got something on the canvas to tell you the truth. I had been putting off oils my entire life pretty much for the fact I was a little scared bitch cause I know digital was a hell of a lot easier to manage...and a lot less messy. Anyhoot, I think that everyone should at least give oils a try sometime in their life, they're actually quite fun and can pull off a lot of things a hell of a lot easier than digital, and vice versa. Each have their place. Can't we all just get along?

    Anyhoot, most of these are just anatomy studies.

    Cheers
    [B][FONT="Franklin Gothic Medium"][SIZE="2"]Sketchbook Poop

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    i love this design, you did a great job distinguishing flesh from metal. The anatomy studies look good, I especially like black and white head. Can't wait to see more

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    all totaly amazing man !!!!!!!!!!!!

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    oh you bastard... you worked with THE Paul Bonner? Damn man, funny thing is I was introduced to him by "Lone Wolf" up there ...Wonders what he's thinking!

    buddy, can you tell us how large you work? pxl by pxl? Sorry if I seem a bit annoying with all these questions. Fact of the matter is, you have some killer artwork and im trying to suck your brains.

    ~Cheers bro
    I'll harass you on messenger one of these days. Maybe an OC session.

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    No problem man. I am happy to help any way I can. One of my goals after I get the skills up is to open a free online art school for a couple students every couple months, in between my studio job. So by all means ask away.

    I usually work in the range of 3000x2500 300dpi.

    And I didnt really get to work like beside the guy, that would have been awesome though. We just sent eachother sketches and updates on the work and crits and stuff. Great times. Very cool dude. He gave me a huge compliment and i near shit my pants...im like...did i just get a fucking compliment from Paul F'n Bonner?!
    [B][FONT="Franklin Gothic Medium"][SIZE="2"]Sketchbook Poop

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