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    I'm in ur sketchbook biting ur techniques

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    Hi SoufMeng,
    Your art is superb, love each one of your art work.

    1st painting: I need your help, can you advice how do you project designs on a surface.
    manually drawing those can be panic and technique ?
    2nd painting: How do you make each leaf so detailed, is it a brush or each leaf is to be stroked ?

    Other than that great work, I would be keep visiting.

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    landscapes are so sweet!

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    Hi!

    Thanks everyone for the comments!

    Andrew Sonea: Thanks for the nice words. Yeah I'm familiar with the 'unsharp mask' and I actually use it now and again. But, like I said to Velocity a couple of posts before, those 'tricks' should be used with a lot of caution and I think that filters are the last kind of things the bike piece needs right now anyway.
    Nice studies in your thread, keep up the good work!

    Aonegamer: No secrets, you take some pattern/grid/what-have-you and overlay it where you want it and then make it fit in the perspective of the scene via Edit>Transform>Perspective. As far as the second painting, yeah the grass is painted, perhaps with a little custom brushing thrown in here and there.


    A pencil drawing of an autumn branch I picked up outside and a digi copy of Romain Duris' character in a French film called "Dans Paris".

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    Hello everyone, long time no posts!

    Here's a new quickie I made for a friend after a photo of her kitty.
    I fell for the smudge tool again and I think I will make room for it as a sizeable part of my process from now on.

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    You always take so long between updates, but you don't disappoint, awesome stuff in here! Thanks for sharing.

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    some of your paintings are beautiful, really inspiring. can't offer much in terms of crits

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    Hey all,

    PieMonster and Aks9: Thanks!

    I made a thread for a finished image of mine, if you want to check it out > http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=233907

    here and now, 3 paintings from imagination for practice or/and exploration (which are often the same thing).

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    Oh yeah, I like the portrait - looks very old-fashioned, which is super cool!

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    love the smudge kitty! i think a great way to use smudge if you don't want it to get too color blended/out of control is paint a single color (or a couple) on a layer then smudge it to shape, merge down, rinse, repeat.

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    Lemur and LastGen: Thanks!

    I guess I should try and post sketches more often rather than finished stuff now and again

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    If you guys feel like checking it out, I updated my portfolio and made a thread in FF for the Tarot Cards I illustrated in 2011. The links are in my signature.


    Please feel free to post your opinions! : )

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    Studies!!!

    The minotaur is after George Frederic Watts, the portrait from a film called Blue Valentine and the tiger is after a pic from the web.

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    Hi all,

    wish I'd update more often but hey...

    Here's a pencil copy after G. F. Watts' sculpture Physical Energy.

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    Photo study from an old blogpost of James Gurney's.
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    Lines for a personal painting I really wish I had more time to work out right now but tryin'.
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    and some sketchy stuffz
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    Comments welcome, thanks!

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    your clouds are something else man

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    nice oils

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    No oils, it's all digital mate

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