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    Sorry for the lack of updates this last week or so, been really busy, though luckily (or frighteningly) my deadlines are tomorrow so I can start getting back into the habit again.

    King - Yeh I'll just have to keep practicing, which is what I'm here for, so I shall do my best.

    The coloring of the one above I will do in a week or so. I have to do 2 colored environments for tomorrow afternoon. I have done one, which took me longer than expected and now I have less than 24 hours (that doesn't include sleep) to do another painting AND create a room in Maya (which I haven't started either). Stressss.

    It is annoying I have so little time, because the results are less than satisfactory. Ah well, it is all learning.

    Here is the 1st coloured environment study I had been doing.

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    wow i like it very much.Not any critique, you did it really good.
    Nice feeling
    keep up !!!
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    My King - Thank you! I'm glad you liked it! Now that I look at it again I feel a bit more pleased about it.

    Haha, but not so much for this piece of crap below!

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    The image above really didn't take that long, because I was running out of time for my deadline and I was exhausted. Nevermind ey. When I do my desert train image, it will be a lot better.

    Anyway, to get back in the mood for all this drawing malarky and to get back into updating, here is some more posemaniacs, we all love posemaniacs.

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    And something I drew earlier from ref when I got home.

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    I am glad you are back
    Well its not bad , just make a study about depth and put some on it.I dont see any depth in there
    keep up the anatomy
    see ya
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    nice studies man! keep pushing!
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    Cheers guys!

    Long time, no post. Find that if you stop, it is hard to get rolling again. Luckily someone who I know has started uploading. So some motivation there!

    Naturally, some 10 to 45 second posemaniacs to kick off.

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    And now some of the bits that appeared in my anatomy sketchbook since I last uploaded.

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    ^^meh scraps. Then below a few more studies. I got refs from this site. It has lots of photosets. Male and Female, for character artists.

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    Dude, I friggin' love the mood in the digi train!!
    really nice!
    WEEEEEE

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    Roy you are incredibly good at poses haha - I really like the seonc image in #38 - the angled birdseye views on the male figures are really good, that's something I'm awful at

    you'll have to show me how to digitally paint properly Really nice stuff dude
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    Yes yes very nice!!!Please mate keep up working.
    Stop working with art only when you feel that you follow a wrong dream/passion
    Very nice studies.
    See ya i am glad you came back
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    really delicate n beautiful
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    fine....study....keep sketching daily...
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    Bullsey, Anup1 - Thanks guys!

    Bharat
    , I will try to sketch as often as possible, and thank you for dropping by!

    Albino Stu, you should go on posemaniacs.com! It just throws poses at you and you just have to sketch as quickly as possible. Really good for getting the hang of gestures. Only problem is - I'm blind without reference! Which makes life quite difficult when drawing my own characters... hence the current lack of them. That is Code Red importance for me to sort out I think.

    Get your sketchbook started dude! And hey... I like your sig

    My King - I do keep having doubts about what I am doing - drawing makes me so stressed out! I need to be more patient with it.


    Right, just about to go to bed, but thought I'd try out a speed painting. It is reffed from a screen shot from Terminator Salvation trailer (which can be seen here, I recommend in HD).

    Anyone else think that film is looking awesome?

    Its gritty, it has Christian Bale, robotic bikes and Nine Inch Nails on the trailer's soundtrack. That is a winning formula in my eyes.

    Will be better than T3 for sure...

    Oh yeah, so a speed painting below.

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    keep up defining it more even if its a speed.You will get some more experience. Btw nice atmospheric perspective
    Keep up!!! with no worries ;D
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