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    wow nice sketchbook those poses look really awesome.


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    nice life drawings

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    From what I can see, your work looks great. However almost all your images have been removed!! I'm a little disappointed because I would love to see more.

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    Bonerton, hahaha.

    Solid updates man, I think a good measure for progress you're making is if, even on a bad day, what you do trumps what you've done years ago, at your peak.

    really carving some forms in the paper.

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    extremly good stuff! keep it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deadhead16mb View Post
    This model was getting semi erections throughout the entire class
    I don't remember this. Perhaps I just wasn't inspecting his penis close enough.

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    whoa the last couple of figures look great! hahaha semi-erection. what kind of medium did you use?

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    slyx - thank you
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    Helioth - hahaha yeh, bonerton...cracks me up every time. thanks
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    so yeah, I haven't updated in a month, got a lot of exciting things going on though. First of all I got 2 pieces into the Society of Illustrators Student Scholarship Competition. I was absolutely floored when I found out. The quality of pieces that made it in is amazing and I am so honored to be amongst them. Then a couple weeks later I was informed that I had been awarded a $1,000 scholarship from them. I'm still in shock. The awards gala is May 8th at the Society in NYC, maybe I'll meet some of you there. Here's the link:
    http://www.soicompetitions.org/

    and here's my award winner: http://www.soicompetitions.org/?sect...entry_id=14268

    here's my other piece that got in: http://www.soicompetitions.org/?sect...entry_id=14263

    here's my classmates that got in: http://www.soicompetitions.org/?sect...itution_id=100

    and here's the winners' gallery: http://www.soicompetitions.org/?sect...petition_id=30

    (I know, enough with the friggin' links)


    and last but not least here's some figure work from earlier this morning:

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    Congratulations on the awards, the winning images are really well-crafted and clear- no extraneous information.

    the life drawings are looking good as well.

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    aedman - thanks man, yeh they were probably the simplest of the ones that I submitted

    BBW from figure class, this was one of my first times using vine charcoal:

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    I just got this new sketchbook from the Renaissance Festival in Tampa, and it's friggin' sweet. It's hand bound leather with hand made paper and nice leather stitching along the edges. Anyways I I have 3 landscape copies due for my next painting class so here's the 1st, it's by Turner:

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    so for our concept class we had to take one of our 100 silhouettes and put the character into an environment. Our teacher wanted the painting done in Painter X so this is my first foray into doing a "finished" color piece with painter... kinda want to pull my hair out. Ah well, here's the character that I used:


    and here's the painting:

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    Love those figure drawings in color paper! Those are damm good!


    "The superior man is distressed by the limitations of his ability; he is not distressed by the fact that men do not recognize the ability that he has."

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    Nice life studies^^Really liking the technique and everything. You are really comming along here. And that jester character is just freaky!

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    excellent sketchbook. I love your figure drawings on toned paper. well done sir.

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    howdy!
    great sense for light, body and figural 3D...you have nice observationskills!

    just one request: please scale your pics down they are HUGE ^^"
    and maybe you could rotate the figure sketches?
    other than that i really liek you sketchbook, especially those sketches on toned paper.
    Yesterday is history
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    Bushido - thanks dude
    Mischeviouslittleelf - thanks a lot man, yeh the jester looks like he'd be great for childrens parties
    Ging - thank you very much
    makArtscorner - thanks. yeah sorry about those technical difficulties

    Shawn Barber was our guest judge for this year's Best of Ringling Exhibition. I'm very proud to say that all 3 of my submissions made it into the show. Shawn also did an incredible 3 hour portrait demo. It pissed off some of our teachers that Shawn had traced the image onto to board and encouraged this type of transfer, but he had a point in that a mere tracer would not understand the forms he was painting.

    so here's some figure stuff. Sad to say that it was this model's last day with us, she's moving to Texas. I'm not usually one to make excuses but I had the worst stomach cramps while doing these and I feel that it compromised the quality, but oh well that's what I get for taking a stupid diet pill to try and make my weight class. Kind of a tangent but I need to lose at least 4 more lbs by April 4th because there's an arm wrestling tournament at the Tampa Renaissance Festival. Can't wait to weigh in and then eat like 10 turkey thighs...mmm real food...

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    Congratulations on the exhibition, the drawings and the jester are looking good, though I feel like my eye is getting pulled towards two different perspectives with the kind of fungi pathway below his feet. I like the hook curve that it gives but it almost feels like it should be leading up to his throne from the other side.

    Looking really good though, there's a real sense of atmosphere to his environment.

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    aedman - thanks, those were some of the points brought up during the critique. my teacher also said that the rows of trees looked more like 2 big ass trees. i'll probably play around with it a little more in the future.

    for our illustration class we have to have 12 sketchbook pages from imagination with a common theme due on March 30th. My focus was doing scenes from books and trying to get better at composition by making a frame within the page. Here's what I've got so far:

     <(" <) Matt Buck's sketchbook

     <(" <) Matt Buck's sketchbook

     <(" <) Matt Buck's sketchbook

     <(" <) Matt Buck's sketchbook

     <(" <) Matt Buck's sketchbook

     <(" <) Matt Buck's sketchbook

     <(" <) Matt Buck's sketchbook

     <(" <) Matt Buck's sketchbook

     <(" <) Matt Buck's sketchbook

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    sorry, no matter what I try I can't seem to get this one to rotate

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    here's a quick sketch from lunch:

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    here's some figures from this morning, each about 50 mins:

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    here's some figures

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    Woah, your figure drawings are absolutely amazing!
    The rest as well, of course.
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    AvisNocturna: thank you very much

    this is probably the best figure drawing I've ever done:

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    the jacket is fantastic man, you really nailed the texture. the eyes are a bit wonky, but meh, the jacket and actually the silhouette more than make up for it. top stuff.

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    finals week is nuts, sleep is worth more than gold. here's some figures from my 2nd to last figure class of the semester 2 minutes, 10 minutes, and 20 minutes

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    here's my final illustration from this semester. we were given an open assignment so I chose to redesign a magic card since I would love to freelance for Wizards of the Coast some day soon. The card is called Necropotence, and basically what it does is let you exchange life fore knowledge. It's 18"x24" acrylic on canvas

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    last figure drawing of my sophomore year:

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    Beautifull book. You make me wish I'd gone to Ringling.

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    long time no update. I just started my junior year here at Ringling and it's my first time living off campus so I'm quite excited. Here's a couple pages of sketches from over the summer. I feel like I've gotten MUCH looser than normal and these pages are about the tightest ones that I did this summer. Most of them are sculptures from the Met

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