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    Gouache on board

    Please critique, always in need of useful tricks and fixes!

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    Sketchy Design Work

    Still working on this guy in 3d as a side project. So far I only have his base mesh

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    Right guy is gouache on board

    Left guy is sort of an exercise I did a while back... been meaning to replace it with something.

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    Graffiti

    This was for a stylized short that I did preproduction stuff for at school, but it never really got off the ground. And instead we ended up doing a totally different project to a much lesser scale. It was a good decision because the time frame and scale of this project were a little overwhelming. I'll post some stuff from what we did end up doing later on. I graduate in about a month, so the short will be done and rendered. Without further adieu, I present to you what remains of project Graffiti. Two paintings and a bunch of sketches.

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    OlderWork that begs to be replaced

    Dumpage... here you take this

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    Environment Thumbnails and Sketches

    Could stand to take some of these ideas to a finish...

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    Short I'm currently working on for school

    These things are from a short we're working on called "Crunch"... it's about an over enthusiastic chiropractor, and a pained old man who gets more than he bargained for.

    I didn't model the chiropractor. I merely aided in design, but I did model the old man. This is default flat color. Final textures are not on. I'll replace this later.

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    More Oldness

    This is an old character I did for classes. The Byzantium stuff is also from a class assignment. Again, these things are sort of aged and need to be replaced with bigger and better.

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    Good work,man. I notice you have a thing with profound noses. And a nice diversity. I think you do great!

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    Ok here's the WIP on that dino rider guy.

    I threw in a ship, and some life drawings

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    haha yea, actually you're not the first person to mention the nose thing, maybe I should lay off em a bit

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