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    I like the dark grittyness of your sketches.

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    Mike- Thanks, I'm 100% for grit.
    Concurrent Wip: Cap'n

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    Only 2 pages, and your SB is amazing man! Can't wait to see what else you can do.. keep on working hard!

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    Same here as GriNGo.

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    You've inspired me to do some drawings

    That takes a lot these days....haha!

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    Can't waait to see the sub-mariner dude finished. It's coming along nicely.

    You have a pretty good sketchbook here, can't wait to see more entries. Keep up the awesome work

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    Thanks for all the encouragement guys, update on Namor.

    edit:trimming the fat in this sketchbook a little.

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    Update on Namor...I'm having a problem trying to unify all the light sources and keep his structure solid.

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    hey not bad, going to look good when finished
    Try to put little faint green light on his cheek and side of nose as well

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    30 minutes of posemaniac mayhem. Just heard about the site, now I'm not sure how I lived without it.

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    IT has begun!

    Okay, so I've been kind of here and there with my personal direction lately. I finally feel like I'm making some headway in my digital stuff (plenty of room for growth though), but I've been kind of working with out aim. SO, I sat down and did the organizing I need to complete what really matters, a commercial portfolio.

    SO, here is my plan of action, if you have any suggestions or alterations feel free to throw me a line:

    Character: 5 pages
    1. Concept Sheet: 4x4 (Four Characters with four variations)
    2. Fully Rendered Historical Character *
    3. Fully Rendered Sci-Fi Character *
    4. Fully Rendered Fantasy Character *
    5. Fully Rendered Horror Character *

    * Front, Side, Back, Color, Chosen from Concept Sheet

    Environment: 5 Pages
    1. Thumbnail Sheet: 4x4 (Four Drastically Different Climates with four variations, each with architectural elements included)
    2. Urban
    3. Forest
    4. Arctic
    5. Subterranean

    Creature: 5 Pages
    1. Concept Sheet: 4x4 (Four Creatures with four variations)
    2. Subject: Air
    3. Subject: Water
    4. Subject: Earth
    5. Subject: Fire

    Weapons & Vehicles: 2 Pages
    1. Weapon Sheet: Pierce, Blunt, Slash, Burn
    2. Vehicle Sheet: Air, Ground, Water

    Finished Work:4 Pages
    1-4: Using all previous work combine concepts into four finished scenes with character, environment, creature, vehicle, weapon, etc.



    Whoa....that's a lot of work. Well, let's get to cracking.
    Character Sheet in progress.

    -CKL

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    Currently getting side tracked by CHoW. Though I do plan on using some of my entries for portfolio work. Last week's entry....didn't go over so well 5 votes I think, but hopefully this weeks will do a little better.

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    Wow man, you got some great work in here!

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    cool SB, good luck with the Chow

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    Love your painting style. Namor looks amazing. Your bogeyman is great, I love his expression and the red halo. Love the color choices as well. I'm not too sure about the perspective/foreshortening on the girl at the moment...her head seems quite large in relation to the rest of her body. Can't wait to see the finished product.

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    LOrin-thanks, I'll need it.

    IndigoSummers- Yeah, I was having problems keeping her childlike and not teenager...so the enlarged head kept her a bit younger..I've posted the final, but I'll definitely tweak it until it's portfolio worthy.

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    nice sketchbook sofar lamb, u got mad superhero skills and will motivate me to try to draw more of that stuff, i also like the boogeyman pic. Most of ur stuff seems like a frontal profile (sans batman thrusting above gotham) GJ budd

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    Jeez, your pretty good at this art malarchy then!?
    This image in particular I really enjoyed, http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1242621420 I really like the way you've kept it look and yet managed to convey so much form. Looking forward to more
    Peace!

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    wowza, those two WIPs are cool looking, gonna be fun to see how you pull them together

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    Jesus Food- Definitely working on getting away from that. My problem is I'm still pretty new to Illustration so I'm relying on things I can do easily with my current skill set. My next chow I am going to make it a point to get away from the frontal pose.

    danlambert-I think we'll be friends just because you have Lamb in your name.

    Mischeviouslittleelf-Hey thanks, I've taken about as far as I can in the time limit. I'd still like to fix some buggy things and play with texture...but alas next weeks CHoW is up already...time to get crackin'.

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    This week I'm going to work on doing a concept sheet for CHoW. Going to do a few roughs of some of the Egyptian "Gods" then pick one to do a full sheet on.

    This first rough is Geb, the Earth God. Pictured him as being a cartographer and ecologist for the envoy.

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    ChoW voting up today for the Bogeyman! Get out and vote!

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    Great sb here Can't wait to see some more

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    nice sketchbook, i want practice oil paint again now ^^

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    Stuck in some graphic design work at the moment, thought I'd post it here just for my own personal archiving. These are some concept drafts...finished will follow in a few days.


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    Hahaha, I really like those last designs

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    LOVE those designs....really cool. Wish I had that kind of graphic design skill. 2nd one is my fave...I like the "coat of arms" look.

    Your face character sheet for the latest chow looks really good. Makes me want to do one! Also, I really like how you have planned out your portfolio. Especially how everything has a theme. Really got me thinking about being more organized myself. Lookin good! =) Can't wait to see what you do next.

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    Indigo- Hey, thanks for the encouragement! Feel free to use the portfolio setup that I organized if it helps. CHoW has really helped motivate me with the first section.

    Personal work.

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