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    Nice sketchbook bro. That purple-ish guy at the top of post #200 looks really cool. How did you go about getting the shapes and style like that? Did you create those shapes manually with just a brush, or did you draw like, a marquee or something with the lasso tool?


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    i liiiiike your abstract style and everything, especially the spiderwoman from tc!
    keep goin!

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    jatherip: thanks man!!
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    some shit...

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    Man--I love your aesthetic. You give a lot of thought to atmosphere and mood, which I think will really serve you well as you continue to grow as an artist. Have you already submitted that teen challenge piece? Her cleavage is a tad high...

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    Hay man! Lovin' the updates bro!

    You've got a real thing for portraits dude, really like how they play out!

    And I agree with courtyard, a great sense of mood in all your stuff, really makes a difference!

    Thanks for the visit, and you keep drawing hunchback!
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    Hey dude ! I really like your style, and especially the last portraits ! Awesome mood ! Keep it up

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    hey man, you got some really nice paintings in here, some nice use of texture in some of these : D keep goin dont stop eveerr!!! keep the firee alive ahhh. Keep it up man, youre doin great!

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    aeglaos: Thank you sir, you are amazing I will will
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    JailHouseRock2: Thanks dude love your stuff too.
    courtyard: THanks, haha yeah it is now that i look at it. I suck at the figure so ill work on that. Cleavage placement is important

    So yeah i received my Marko Character DVD the other day. Really inspiring and i keep watching it over and over again. After trying to draw a couple of characters, i realize completely that i cant draw figure for shit so ill work on that. Sooooo heres some loose posemaniac stuff, Bridgeman studies, and a doodle.

    ps, i need to use printer paper for studies because it scans much better...

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    some of the studies could be little more clear and defined to show form but keep at it, studies latest are moody
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    Great updates. Still digging the portraits. Nice studies. Keep it up, yo.

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    Meissner: thanks dude, total will.
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    something for a friend
    (colour balance is just addictive....gotta stop that)

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    nice work. liking the brush work in your latest.

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    Gosh your style is nice.
    Really hoping to see what you come up with next
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    I really like the way you sketch! Your lines, you style, it's all great. PS: Hey! you're from Ottawa!? I'm just on the other side of the river. I'm in Gatineau. I'm subscribing right now!
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    chuck18mp: hey man cooll haha im at like the complete opposite side in south keys lol.
    Ana Diella: thank eeh heres something : D
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    stop....doodle time!!

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    Well...Im jealous!!! LOVE the style you've currently got goin!!! Im sensing some Android in there if Im not mistaken.. Anywho...DEFINITELY keep it comin.

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    I haven't seen that Marko dvd yet. Looks good... might have to pony up some cash.
    I'm really liking these glowing face people you've got going. They've got a magical I-want-to-know-more-about-these-people thing going on. Being able to capture that kind of interest in a viewer is huge.

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    Even though your tighter drawings are good, stick to the looser style! It gives your work so much more energy and is more satisfying to look at there's definite progress between the first page and this, your studies cover a wide range and the last two paintings feel refreshingly experimental. Good stuff! Keep it up

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    lol dude i cant draw nudes at all either >.<
    anyways nice new doodle. maybe make some more brushes for that one. like a triangle shape brush might be nice for that piece.

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    Awesome SB man! you'r one talented artist man.. I'm subscribing!
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    jeez, you start taking drugs for stuff and two weeks just disssapears without any art O_O. I suck..

    Gringo: Thanks dude, i think your my first : D

    no87: yeah new shapes definately : ) alchemy then thrown into fotoshop yes to triangles..

    asomatous: thank you i definately like to be loose and relaxed when i paint and im happy it shows through

    johanson: hello, hell yeah > : D get that dvd man!!!, it has the secret to drawing on it. It totally blew my mind wow thanks sir ill do some more of em and keep working on gettin better

    spoonfruit: thanks xD yeah, Andrew is always inspirin us noobs

    urmmm webcam images of some paint, the old dude was a russian study i completed two weeks ago ( stupid ivory black takes forever to dry ) and a reaaaaally old still life and a pleinar ( think thats how its spelt : / )

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    Great oil paintings man keep it up!

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    Who would've thought I'm the first.. hmm anyways, good work on the paintings man, I really dig the russian study.
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    Gringo and Omerta thanks dudes : D

    k a month is a looooong time O_O ive started college this past week and ive been drawing like a maniac, so as soon ass i can get off my ass and scan/ shoot my sketchbook i will. its almost full O_O already

    anywhooo, did a cast painting in my off time between classes, mr stewart was nice enough to let me stay and paint through his class.

    soooo cast painting took about an hour and a half, i painted it with my screen brightness on high so it might look different

    peace out

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    Niiiiicceeee!!!!! Got some great stuff in here. The TeenChallenge work made me double take... crap ur young and yet ur work is quite mature. Good on yee Keep it up!!!!

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    Bendragon thank you sar, i feel warm and fuzzy : D

    Self portrait inbetween class

    after looking at it. im pretty pissed off its not very good ...
    Last edited by hunchback; September 22nd, 2009 at 10:22 PM. Reason: dissapointed with this, I will work harder : (

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    Nice feeling to it. I like how the shadow covers the whole face, but it's subtle and doesn't kill the forms (face structure). Good job dude!
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    Gringo: thanks man

    k so im starting to work on some more finished stuff now. Im going to be building a portfolio over the next couple of months, for jobs, school excetera.

    i really want to go to San Francisco for the Atelier, so please be hard on me and push. I want to grow\

    k so this is an environment im working up. The smaller image was teh original that i completed really fast. I wasnt happy with it, so i increased the scale and im gonna keep workin on it.

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    Nice paints! Got a good sense of value, colour and mood thats for sure! Watch your edges and using excessive texture instead of painting form. You tend to keep your edges soft and undefined, which helps with mood and getting the ethereal quality a lot of your paints have, but it also kills your form and makes it hard to focus on any one area. Contrast those soft edges with sharper, harder ones, depending on the form and lighting.
    What I mean by excessive texture is your overuse of custom brushes in a lot of paintings instead of getting the form to read. Those flourishes look cool, and make the abstract elements more interesting, but when it detracts from communicating the subject or action youre illustrating from all the visual noise it just looks messy. Those sorts of details should help communicate your illustration and concept, not distract from it.
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    Looks cool, though it needs more work. Took me a few seconds to realize what it was. It just looked like a green mass, a huge blob at first sight. Background shouldnt be green. Try to go for a normal sky and work on contrast too

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