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    Hazart Sketchbook II. ZELDA STUFF ON PAGE 3!

    I Think it's time to start my new sketchbook. I hope you like it. Feel free to comment.

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    Testing colors before acrylics....



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    Seacreature concept...



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    Part of finnish mythology... Man fighting the bear and giant eagle...



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    Hey man! You got some nice stuff here! Love the shadows on Spider-man, and your sea creature looks really great. Has a nice feeling to it, makes me think of the 1950's horror movies, very Hitchcockish. The perspective is great on your last work, the mythology scene. Keep up the good work!

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    Thanks m8! Nice to get some feedback

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    your greyscale sea creature concept looks really promising.
    I think its the strongest piece you have posted so far!
    Keep at it man!

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    I'm thinking of inking...



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    Yeeeeahhh ^^ Love it. I love comic book style art. Good work

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    Iron Giant

    Just trying to get used to painter... I loved this movie.



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    Here's the sketch... it's a mess...



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    I think I have to add some engines and marks of landing to the ground... what else... correct the wings a bit.





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    Leg fixed... refresh...

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    Hi Hazart,
    Well hey, I gotta tell ya, I actually worked on Iron Giant doing effects animation. Had the best time in my animation career working on that film. Best crew. And, I agree, it is one of the best animated films in existence.
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    Great stuff man. The rocket and sea creature are kick ass.

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    Thanks guys! Good to have some feedback. Heres few recent sketches.


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    My characters tend to be too stiff, so I really have to start making this kind of practise...



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    hey, good stuff in here =) awesome first work in zbrush dude, have u used any other 3d app, or done traditional sculpting before that? the 2d work is nice, but all your girls seem to have an underbite, i dont know if its intentional or not, just something to keep in mind.

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    Thanks Kageko. We have had one 3dsMax course at the school and I have tried some apps, but not much. Zbrush felt very intuitive straight away, so it was easy for me to learn (I watched 4h tutorials before started). I've made one short animation with 3DsMax. Maybe post it here later.

    And yes. You are right about my girls. Dont know why, but they are kinda hard for me to do. Thank you for pointing out the problem.

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    cool stuff man, I really dig the zbrush sculpture!

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    You have a good cartoon style, practices more !

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    archipelago and mcunha98. Thanks for da comments

    I'm in love with dinos and I just have to involve them in one of my upcoming project.



    Here's some studies with Ron Lemen articles:




    Some cartoonheads with no ref... I make comics too so I want to practise this style also...



    I really appreciate any feedback. Let me hear what you think or give some advice! If you comment me, I promise to check out your sketchbook. Let's keep drawing!

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    youve got a great sense of drama with your use of angles. makes the image even stonger!
    love the spidey picture! nice and sketchy

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    Nice nice nice love the characters.In the iron giant i think i prefer the head as you had it in the rough.Dunno exactly why but maybe it balances better in the composition.
    The z brush sculpt is high level , really nice work with nice movement and emotion
    Keep up the good work

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    I made these characters for my 3D character animation course. 3D is slow but rewarding to do. Now I have to animate story with these...



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    I'm working with new 3D animation short (school project). I have written the story, I did the storyboards and now I'm concepting the house where it all happens. Here's the living room.



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    I made this quickly while waiting the doctor...



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