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Thread: Chate Noire's Sketchbook (4/14)
January 3rd, 2009 #241
Flipping through your sketchbook has been an equally humbling and inspiring experience! Your paintings have an incredible amount of life and light-heartedness to them! Really fantastic work. Keep up the excellent work and thank you for the comment!
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just looked though your sketchbook and it was a pleasure, great stuff!
keep it up
January 12th, 2009 #243
Some lovely work, but Tomba the Pretentious is right. You have color issues.
Are you possibly partial color blind? I notice a majority of your works show far too much yellow in your reds and greens. Across the board...
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January 20th, 2009 #244
MARMENTIDO - thanks a bunch =)
D@niel - thank you. It's always a pleasure having you around.
sketcheth - thanks a lot, man.
areve - Thanks!
madster - I'm still fighting with colors, but partially color blind? I don't think I'm that much off....still, thanks for the comment.
Today on the menu, a comissioned Fifth Element piece with a bit of its process, some random sketches, a "terrified self portrait" and 2 other illustrations for the challenge I'm running in my blog - "Granny's Mysterious Box" (writings on the box say "Fragile" and "Never turn this side down") and "Pirates on Ice" (the strip is read right-to-left).
January 20th, 2009 #245
January 20th, 2009 #246
hehe those pirates made me laugh nice idea.
i like that 5th element picture! but something isnt totally right about leeloo (or lilo? i dunno..) but at first lance i thought she was a boy. and her skin could be much paler and dirtier in some spots yo captured the singing diva very very nicely! cheers
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January 20th, 2009 #248
January 20th, 2009 #249
Break em looose!!
Another boring compliment.
Scetchbook: View the exhibitionist's stuff.
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January 31st, 2009 #252
algenpfleger - Thanks! I love that movie too. Only reason I took the comission
Katzenminze - Thank you. I agree, Leeloo's skin could use more work to look like the real thing. But I liked the clean comics-like look (and ran out of time to work on it =))
grandeuforia - thanks!
Mihail - thank you!
zaorr - compliments never are =)
Hive minD - thanks very much man.
DanielC - Thank you! And thanks for dropping by.
Here's my entry for CHOW#144 "Post Apocalyptic Siamese Twins", and some speedy studies and a beginning for a weekly challenge titled "In the Jungle".
January 31st, 2009 #253
February 2nd, 2009 #254
texahol - thanks very much mate! I fixed the arm a little, I hope it works better now.
February 2nd, 2009 #255
You have some incredible works in your sketchbook. It's all very inspiring to see.
February 2nd, 2009 #256
February 4th, 2009 #257
hey cat thanks for stopping by! I've been watching your stuff for a good amount of time and i love all of them.... really yo don't know how much i like them ^^ you kinda just have the feelng for good illustrations they're so painterly yet very strong and have alot of emotion and movement as well, your really inspireing!
tho you've got 5 stars i'm gonna slap another bunch of 5 stars upon it!!
February 4th, 2009 #258
nurraymjo - thanks!
Man Made God - thank you. I used only 2 brushes on the speedies: The top left one was done with a calligraphic brush - just a slanted, narrow shape with opacity and flow set to pen pressure. The other one is like a sprayed circle of dots with texture slapped on the brush. They're both from Chuck,Mate's collection of brushes, which I think he has in his sketchbook somewhere.
Hygami - thanks very much man, it's great to hear
Here's the finished jungle man and a quick character design for "Diadora Funglebucket - Secret Agent".
February 4th, 2009 #259
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February 4th, 2009 #261
love the cartoon styles. great work. glad you shared.
February 5th, 2009 #262
haha that little adventure girl she's like...the cutest ever .... oh man some of your stuff reminds me a bit of my disney days but with alot more variety...i wish i could draw cartoon styles as well :/
and great work on that jungle guy 0o!!!
keep it up I've already bookmarked you
February 5th, 2009 #263
Aviv, the jungle pic turned out great!
And the little girl is just too adorable! Wonderful book here!
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February 5th, 2009 #264
February 5th, 2009 #265
fantastic. the jugle piece turned out amazing. I realy love all the plays with the light and reflective colors. awesome.
you are gifted beyond reason, madam. you can actually DRAW damn it... I envy that.
and I love you.
February 5th, 2009 #266
Don't have a thesarus handy so I'll just say I really enjoyed looking through your sketchbook and really appreciate you posting. I'm very inspired to go watch 5th element now I especially like you Siamese twins. I'm a sucker for Post-apoc genre stuff.
February 5th, 2009 #267
February 8th, 2009 #268
Awesome stuff man...great style!
February 8th, 2009 #269
hey whats up miss , your sketches are so full of life and dynamism, disney quality ! ( the good old disney movies of course ) That jungle man reminds me of tarzan, thanks for the support by the way, feel free to kick my butt anytime, i could use a lot of help with figures ^^. Keep it up , gorgerous studies btw !
February 11th, 2009 #270