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    Thanks y'all! Sorry for the lack of updates lately. Getting back into the swing of things here at school for my last semester. Freelancing also keeps me pretty busy. But I should have fairly regular figure paintings for the rest of the semester.

    These are some 20~ minute block-in sketch things.

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    ...Jeez I'm rusty.


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    well done , if you can add more details .
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    raminafshari: Thanks! Details come when I have a bit more time to spend on it.

    Here's a couple more figures:

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    Looks good man. Just watch the proportions on the last one.
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    Noah these are so choice...
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    good same as before ... you have shown dimensions very good .
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    good same as before ... you have shown dimensions very good .
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    Nice figures, really love your use of color/color interpretation in your work, really brings out the life in it
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    Andrew Sonea: Definitely. I realized after I finish it up how horribly disproportionate he turned out. Gotta keep my eye on that. Thanks.

    Velocity Kendall: Thanks! Appreciate it.

    raminafshari: Thanks!

    Odayga: Thanks! Yeah, color is one of the aspects of art that I just keep enjoying more and more. It's definitely not as scary as people make it out to be.

    Here's a piece I finished up recently for a client:

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    I have only looked at the first page but, where did you learn your anatomy from? books or videos or classes? I'm learning bridgeman at the moment and I have drawn every single illustration for like 10 pages so far and when i drew one of the face and I was thinking about Abe Lincoln for some reason and it looked like him but without the hat and beard that i was so satisfied with it that i made one of it like a big 12 by 20 inch page or something like that xD anyways... love your sketchbook! ill keep an eye on it!

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    mp47ak5: Bridgman is great. As is Hale, Peck, and the other big names. It's important to take in as much as you can. And to not avoid it as much as me.

    So it seems that I've been demoted to 4 stars. Guess I need to step up my game.

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    Well I voted 5 for you. Looks great man. I'm liking the greys in post 310, not liking the weird colours in 312 as much though.

    Anyhoo, keep it up. Any advice on landscapes?
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    I love the color schemes you use in your figure drawings. keep it up
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    Andrew Sonea: Yeah, I was just experimenting with some weird colors there. As for landscapes: paint from life. Getting out there with some paints will teach you more than pretty much anything else. Reading good books and studying masters is great, too.

    Odayga: Thanks.

    Hadn't done any digital figure painting lately, so tonight I decided to whip out my laptop again. 10-15 minutes a piece:

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    it's always nice to see new work from you.
    got any imaginative figure work in the making?

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    Damn bro, these figures are badass. Great color temperature in all of them, and the digital ones are looking great for the time limit. I have a feeling all of your concept work is going to take a huge benefit from these figure paintings!! Looking forward to more man!!

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    its all consistently right and nice, great work
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    Love your landscapes, both digital and traditional media, especially the one above, the walled city looks awesome, I also have to do landscapes since I suck at them, anyways keep it up!!!!!


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    a la bapsi: That's actually not a bad idea. I'll try to find some time for more imagined figures... it'd be a good test to see if they're getting any better.

    Jasper: Thanks! Yeah, I'm really hoping all of this figure drawing/painting is gonna help. Figures are definitely my weak point right now... gotta work on that.

    Velocity Kendall: Thanks!

    ArghosRo: Thanks! And trust me: I was teeeeerrible at landscapes for a long time. But then I spent a lot of time on them... and magically got better.

    Alright, time for some more traditional sketchbook stuff. Seems like all I post on here is digital stuff (with a few oils)... but I swear I draw with a pencil occasionally!

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    Some thumbnail designs for a project I'm really hoping to be able to finish someday...

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    More figures in oils. Doing more experimenting here:

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    And some digital figures from last night:

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    Your figures are phenomenal! I really love the way you render digitally as well as your oil paintings.. very painterly and unique style.. super inspirational work.. keep it up man
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    God your beautiful.
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    Lookin good Noah!
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    LOVING that environment.. very spiritual and mysterious vibe.. keep it up!!!
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    Jeff: Thanks! Always appreciate the support.

    Odayga: Thanks, there are some spots in there that I really like.

    Another finished piece. Life is too crazy right, but I'll get through it.

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    Really loving the illustration above, I say thats by far my favorite! Wonderful use of color, really sets the tone and place, makes me feel like I'm actually there! Good energy in your work!
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    Odayga: Thanks! I'm pretty happy with how it turned out as well. But the next piece for this same client has me even more excited. Can't wait to finish that one up.

    Probably should make a thread for this piece, but until I think I'm ready for the FF section, I'll put it here. My first published D&D piece!

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    Very happy for you on this last one. Congrats!
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