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    Good stuff. I'm still looking for somone to beat my ass in the Thunderdome. You up for it? I think I'd put up a pretty good fight.
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    Your work is looking great. The first image is my fave it has a nice nateral look to it.

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    Vader - thanks, seeing all the great werk on this site inspired me to put the wacom to good use.

    pvrhye - i'm totaly down for the thunderdome challange. The only thing is i'd like to see your werk so i know what i'm up against. (all i found is the x-girl you colored)

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    Actually. I already found a challenger. But thanks for the offer. I'm up against Seung Ho. I have one hell of a battle ahead of me. As for the reason I have little work up... I don't own a scanner so getting something scanned is a bit of an ordeal. I tend to work in traditional mediums for any of my more serious work.
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    haven't been able to draw cause i werked too much last week (70 hours)

    this is my atempt to catch up. all are done in photoshop
    AmishCommy's Studio Journal - Update 07.26.05 (poopy environment) AmishCommy's Studio Journal - Update 07.26.05 (poopy environment)


    this one i actualy spent some time on. just over 3 hours. i did about 2 hours of it last nite instead of sleeping.
    AmishCommy's Studio Journal - Update 07.26.05 (poopy environment)

    my main problem with photoshop is that i loose a lot of my spontanaity. gives me something to strive for i guess

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    Hey looks like your finally gaining hold of some photoshop techiniques and usage. The last two posts' characters have held a sense of personality and the facial realism to make you start to believe it. Keep chugging.. you have quite a mind. keep up the devotion when u can. piece - chudds

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    Ok then, I'm inspired.....thnx man!

    Great stuff by the way, I need draw more aswell, very cool way to keep pushing yo urself....

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    wow! really interesting style! i especially love the guy on the bike! what did you use to do it???? nice work!

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    -The Swift- - all the sketches from the post before the one you're asking about are done in photoshop. I still use version 5.5 and i made some customised brushes from random things i scanned.

    rhemrev - you're welcome, i figure i owe it to all the tallented people o this forum that inspired me.

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    the second one has a neat mood and abstractnessish to it. I always have to be a realist and admire some nifty designs such as that. keep goin pal - chudds

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    Digital Sketchbook

    Yeah, coming to these boards does help to get inspiration..

    Also, after having seen your thread, I've yesterday inmediately added a digital sketchbook to my site, where I'll be posting my doodles on a daily basis..... Like you, I was looking to find a way to push myself to produce something at least everyday, and i think this digital sketchbook feature will do just that for me...

    Keep up the good work, maybe even drop by at my site sometime...

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