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    AlexTooth-Thanks Alex, yup I have so much to learn ill try and keep the immagination stuff/ studys balanced though.

    kingkostas-Thanks bud yeah proporations are my down fall. I think its the perspective to, I deffinatly need to study more of that. Im starting to see it in all my work.

    Skriblinmatt-thanks for dropin by. I wouldnt say its natural talent its just dedecation to always learn from your mistakes. I heard a quote some where
    saying "Succesfull artists are the bad artists that never gave up" I try to live by that

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    been messing with my troll sketch, its still looks really played out and cheezy to me though.
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    zombie thing shot by the troll?
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    some ref character study heres the link to the ref some really great character ref http://mjranum-stock.deviantart.com/
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    Norman Rockwell study his characters are awsome
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    some bears in my moleskin
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    Cool troll / zombie stuff man, nice colors on the troll. Love the bears too, but the first one is a little bit weird I think. The head is not so "blocky" and it has a thick tail .

    Post #385 is great too. And what about the girl from post #380. Are you going to work it further out?

    Have fun mate .

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    Hey man, very nice sketchbook (and holy shit, a lot of stuff). Great progress!
    Your characters have a lot of weight, very well! Will you work on the zombie above? Please, work him out! I like the contrast in the bears. Maybe work on them as well?

    I'll check back, keep it up!

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    Lyno-Hey sup man, haha yeah the bears were funky I totally rushed it. Ive been lazy on the girl painting ill try and work on it some more this time with a new eye hopefully. thanks for dropin by bud

    Jabo-thanks Jabo! really encouraging words. Ill expirement more with that zombie sketch. The bears were fun ill work on them some more.

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    Todays sketches, starting to get the feel of digital again. Alot more to work on

    Study from google image girls and bikes are fun to draw deffinatly more in the future.
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    I liked some of these scribbles
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    Jamie you bastard, SLOW THE FU*K DOWN, I CAN"T KEEP UP!

    haha, but really man, such awesome progress, love the stuff from mind, and dig the painted bear (even if they do look like elephants)

    Keep it up man and lets take this thread to the moon!
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    JailHouseRock2- haha sup Matt, drawings getting to fun its hard to slow down! Its crazy about the stuff from mind when I first joined concept art I couldn't draw anything from my head. I pretty much just copied alot, the mind stuff is getting a bit easier though since I started this sketchbook I had one goal in mind to improve my imagination drawings. Thanks for dropin by man!

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    heres some pages in my moleskin sketchbook. Ive never really got around posting ive been kinda embarrassed to show them. Expirements is what ill call them.

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    These are the pages I did today
    life drawing
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    some birds from photo ref in the libary
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    time for some digital stuff

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    lovely experiments, dude! sweet to see some graffiti around here too, been a while since i drew some letters.

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    the 2nd sketch in post 395 is cool you should take that scribble further haha
    go go go

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    Flaskpost-Thanks yeah I used to be pretty into graffiti when I was younger then I found concept art

    Mohzart-Thanks man ill try and mess around with that sketch.

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    IlyaRepin study think thats his name? Crimson daggers
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    been messing with this sketch today, made a scribble and it turned into a dragon. ARRRGGG hands and feet I suck at painting them
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    so my house holds been kinda rough latley we havnt had running water for a couple of weeks, been livin off bottle water familys kinda on the down slope of the economy. I guess the good part is its really making me enjoy the simple things in life I used to take for granted. Been doing alot more art to since its been to cold outside to ride my bike.

    aside from that today was pretty productive id say
    havnt done a still life in photoshop in such a long time it was really fun
    got a letter in the mail today from my old teacher he got his cd out. It looks bad, really wish I spent more time on it. He liked it though so I guess thats all that matters.

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    pretty good stuff over here sir! the variety of subjects and studies are amazing. keep improving

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    Call0ps-wow thanks for the kind words man

    so I looked for my sketchbook thread i started 2 years ago, I never kept with it. I wish i would have to show my progress. pretty crazy to look at your old work.
    What was I thinking? haha good times

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    Hey really cool stuff man. I love those experiments that you posted. Definately a change from your usual stuff but it's still really good. Keep working at it dude there's good improvement here, especially from your last thread. Nice still life too.

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    i can;t believe how much you've done in 3 weeks. fuck.

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    Still on a rocket to the sun i see, and getting ever closer. Loved those bears in #392 btw. One small comment though: don't hesitate to go back to the anatomy basics.

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    cool stuff im really looking forward to seeing how your sketchbook style develops!

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    Those creatures on post #367 are great, particularly the one with the gun on it's back, you should definitely do more stuff like that

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    good stuff man i really like the moleskin work.
    lol its always funny looking back at old work xD

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    Hey inspiring new stuff here! I especially like your moleskin sketchbook pages


    Where are the Carravaggio studies?

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    nice colors and mostly solid drawing. Youeve improved a great deal during that sb! Keep the flame burning

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    Pyroclasm00-Thanks man!

    the_original_sean-haha I still feel like im lazy though

    walnut-Thanks dude, yeah anatomy studies I really need to get back on that.

    Krato-yeah its weird, I feel i dont even have a style yet not even close. Ive been weaving in and out of the vast endless sea of styles, trying to find my own. Im just gona keep learning and drawing hopefully a style shows through. Thanks for droping by!

    Nutter-Glad you like them ill try and do some more creatures fersher!

    no87-Thanks yeah looking at old work is always a trip. I have to thank concept art though, ive learned more here then every art class ive taken in high school.

    Eiki-haha thanks, Danm carravagio I havnt studied him in so long ill have to get to it!

    KingElvis-will do, thanks for droping by dude

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    So as everyday passes by I begin to realize that all the answer are right in front of me in everyday life. My work to me now is so lame, I want to create art that change peoples lifes and how they view the world. Not just a cool looking picture or character. Its gona be my life long goal to do it, and im know were close, not even a smudge. The old masters were able to create aww inspring pictures even to this day still inspire, and thats what i want to do. let the journey begin I have alot of studying to get to.


    Took a hike into the woods and did a water color still life its bad but it was really fun and really relaxing
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    oil figure study from ref the scans horrible I need to get a camera
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    things are becoming more interesting.Btw i would like to see more of the linework you did with those characters back then.The oil figure study looks really nice
    keep up

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    kingkostas-Ah thanks for the kind words dude! Ill try and do some more line work characters, latley though ive just been trying to finish some characters.
    Always trying to find the balence between the two.

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    Got a new gig doing some concept art for a video game project. I dont even know how I get hired theres so many people a hundred times better then me.
    I still work for the project I got hired in the summer I dont get paid though unless the game gets published wich is kinda sketchy, but its a good learning experience.

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    Still life from daves stream today. I want to try and make it a habit to atleast try and do a still life everyday.

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    I think im just gona keep working on this till i like it.
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    Great looking stuff you got here man! I'm especially enjoying your studies and variety of materials. Your last post with the dragon and the girl, the girl's torso seems a bit long. Her upper legs/thighs seem to be pushing into the page, but it's a bit hard to tell that at the moment. Also, her left index finger seems to be coming out of the side of her hand (where her thumb is). The piece has a lot of potential so I hope you'll bring it to a finish at some point. Will be back!

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    Nice still life, the bold green works well for it. You have a good eye for colour, you know that? As for the girl with dragon pic, i like the rendering, especially the creature's head, but i'd strongly advise you to get some reference for the girl's pose, which is a very tricky one. It's a personal opinion, but i wonder what it'd do for the pic if the lower body was turned a quarter, so she'd be lying on the side of her hip. Like i said, try plowing the net for some reference, you'll be making things a lot easier on yourself.

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    Wow mega updates Nice studies, keep them up! Your still lifes are looking great. I like all the crazy digital concept stuff, though I'd like to see some developed in to more detailed paintings, like some of the enviro type stuff

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    zhonked-hey thanks for the point outs man sometimes I get blinded by my faults, its always nice hearing what I need to work on. Theres really so much wonky stuff going on with that peice, I need to stop diving into rendering so fast all the time and work out my proportaions and stuff. Ill try and stick with it though and take it to finish. Thanks for droping by man!

    walnut-Haha think im good at color? I think im pretty crappy at it to be honest guess its getting better over time though. Yeah refrence, its really another one of the things im not good at, like trying to balence your peice with refrence and imagination its hard. Ill deffenatly look around for some ref though the feet and legs are killing me. I dove into rendering way to fast one of my biggest mistakes im seeing. Thanks for the drop by dude! your sketchbooks badass.

    AlexTooth-Hey sup Alex thanks man! I do need to work on more enviroments and finishing up more work.

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    shity Carravaggio study today. If you hear me up there Carravaggio sorry for making your paintings look like crap!
    just started my game job project thing its really cool!
    Everythings under NDA so wont be able to post any work I wish I could show you guys though. in the future
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    The life study looks really great.The rendering is nice smooth and complete.Thats the feeling you must give to the illustration with the woman and the dragon.Now it still look strange, with outlines here and there and such.But keep working it, you will earn a lot of exp ahh + the bonus experience from your concept art work.
    Gratz.Keep going

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    I agree...always crazy seeing your old work and the progression you've made. I made a post in my SB (can't remember the page) where I remade a character I had drawn exactly a year ago from that time. It's a good thing to do when you feel like you're not getting anywhere and then you realize you are...slowly but surely Keep it up man!

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    kingkostas-thanks for the help man yeah I was kinda trying for a new style just experimenting I guess. Hopefully all my still lifes im doing show through with my imagination stuff. It doesnt feel like im learning anything but in the back of my mind I have to tell my self I am learning.

    jackpot_anjr90-yup slowly but sherly. Thats a good idea though im gona have to re do a character form the begining of my sketchbook haha should be fun. Thanks for stoping by man

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    a still life today.. my dads gas mask from desert storm.
    so many things wrong with it cant even name them all
    I had a very hard time getting the shadow on the cloth right ><
    I think im getting alittle faster at these.
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