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    I know who doesn't care about feet. Everybody say it with me now: Rob Liefeld.

    I really like how you drew the torso on the mustachioed guy.


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    Thanks guys : D

    In chicago right now visiting my dad. Gonna check out the art museum downtown tomorrow if anyones around. Got stuff to scan but got no scanner : ( oh well

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    Sounds like fun. God, I could live in museums, truth

    nice sketchbook man, keep up the drive!

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    haha yeah man totally

    museum was awesome, drew a study of the caravaggio piece they are exhibiting there. AND i got a fuckin great ass Velazquez book, gonna edumacate myself and study them gorgeous edges and colour.

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    Greetings, your last self portrait is amazingly well painted, i love the mood that you build in your paintings, and you've gotten really good in sticking green color around, is it your favourite one? :0

    P.S I see that you are using paniter, know any must see tutorials and tips for painter techniques, as i started to use it today and am very confused, it's whole lot different than photoshop thqat i've been working on for few years now.

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    I've been going every Thursday for a few months now. Finally got around to seeing everything the Art Institute has to offer so I'll be going back next year to start drawing some pieces.

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    Gamerhomie: good idea : D they have some great pieces.

    Icecold: thank you : ) yeah i like green, must be the rembrandt rubbing off. Painter has really just been experimenting, Imaginefx has a lot of good tutorials on there website.

    Heres some experiments. Im just not sure how to make them better. like more finished.

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    Sweet stuff dude. Loving the textures and that green vibe you've got going on

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    those are looking pretty cool. you could do tons of stuff to push them towards finished. the first one just needs something to break up the two major shapes (staircase, arch). could be anything. we, the viewer, already get a distinct "feel" from the scene, so you just need to decide what you want to convey and push it. character, creature, silhouetted doorway, vines and roots, etc etc.

    second one could really use some bg elements. if you threw a few strokes into the bg with a big, messy, nearly uncontrolable texture brush, something would probably jump right out at you. you could also use a way desaturated and fairly high value orange/brown hue to introduce some cool hues into the painting- a la keikai kotaki (example link & link)

    keep up the good work!
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    sourgasm: thanks man. Ive realized that im completely happy with suggesting things, and i was watching whit brachnas speed paints and he was talking about the same thing. Thanks for pushing me : )

    Eddiee: thanks dude

    heres a doodle, really got to stop using those textures so extensively. gotta try something without em

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    Your self portrait is really nice! You can see, the display/screen light reflecting onto your face
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    Nice work with the last one, keep up!

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    DANKA: thanks dude : D

    tbnylk: Thanks man

    so heres some doodles ive been watching my whit brachna speed paints download and trying to understand things

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    really diggin the updates man very cool
    keep it up and have a good one
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    Gosh, post #312 is extraordinary! The colors are freakin' vicious. Just from looking at it I get this feeling of wrath and hellish heat. The neon yellow green vs. the orangey red is a wicked contrast. That's the most intriguing piece of art I've seen in a long time. Why stop using those textures? They only enhance your artwork. Don't force yourself to move on from something that you've only just begun to use at its full potential. Milk it, man!

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    accepted for which program ?

    Hi there, I found you through accepted portfolios, nice things here, is this already work from Sheridan,
    which program accepted you, I am looking for accepted Animation portfolios.

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    fuckin' love the figure painting there. I'd love to see more of that in this sketchbook. Keep the good stuff coming. And you weren't kidding, you're learning fast, man!

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    thanks guys i appreciate the feed back

    iven: nope just my own stuff

    wanted to paint a big jacket xD

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    cool~ the black black man~~~~~ i like his hair style~~~
    others, nice color~~~~ i was wondering how you did it~~~

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    the one in 315 is brilliant mate!!!!!!

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    woohoo some more stuff

    no87: yo man thanks a ton xD

    Zhou Peng: thanks man, i did a quick sketch in photoshop then painted him in with tones ( black and white) then layered photos and colours over that and finished by fixing some little details ill try to make a progress thingy sometime...

    pencil dump!!

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    heres a piece im gonna be workin on for a bit wanna push it far!!

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    Hey, thanks for stopping by my SB. I like what you've got here. Man, your pencil work has improved ten fold since page one, those last few ones you posted are great. I also like the paint studies here too, the simplicity of this one is great.

    The only crit i can give is more personal preference than anything, but some of these enviros could use a character or something for scale. Even if it's subtle or really small, a little goes a long ways when adding characters to environments.

    I dont like to waste time messing with characters when im studying enviros, so what i did was made a page of about eight silhouette block ins of people walking, carring a staff, standing talking to someone, etc. then captured them to their own brush, so when i need a scale person, i just have to click. Anyway, its a trick you likely already know but it's helped save a lot of time for me. Killer stuff. Keep it up.
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    ArtZealot: thanks man i tryed it out xD. thanks for droppin by

    so heres a process thingy.

    1. my first move was to do a drawing to put myself where i want to be. Making sure the drawing is fairly acurate. The more acurate it is the less headache i will have later. Then i create a multiply layer and put in my darkest dark and my lightest light. and a mid tone.

    2. I began to sculpt the face, observing myself constantly and softening and reinstating my darks and lights when i need to.

    3. Now the fun stuff!. I flatten my layers and make a new one set to colour. I decide on a warm yellow as my base and then i proceed to make use of more soft light layers adding in cool shadows and strengthening the saturation. lay some texture then paint a bit more and im done.

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    wow recent post is awesome man.

    i love how your rendering with graphite! keep it uppppp
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    Great sketchbook Hunchback. Especially digging the pencils and the last post. Your use of colors is just awesome. Very nice body of work here. Waiting for more
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    Thanks Avocadoooo!

    so heres an update on the enviro im working on, it looks okay, i feel like i can push it somehow.

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    killin it man! keep up the hard work
    have a good one
    till next time
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    That last sp... wow. Just great. I totally dig the colors. Keep at it you sure are on the right track!

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    Dude, that self portrait, is just awesome. Really great job going from black and white to color. Keep workin on those landscapes man!

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