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    very impressed with your works, cant wait for some more!


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    Nice hand studies, and that last one with the girl and the snow has a lot of mood to it. Rock that wacom pad!

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    man the way your controlling the value to enhance composition in those spaceman pieces is badass. Thanks for that.

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    Great hand studies. I wish I had that kind of control. More!

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    CallOps- Thanks! The cleanliness is all a cheap trick.. those suckers started out really messy.. just blocking in the shapes. Will do on the updates!

    Katzenminze- Thanks, the spaceman seems to be a popular one. I've been thinking of going back and doing another soon. We'll see.

    Buckster- Very true.. whole world is feeling it right now. I'll definitely try to get some progress shots up soon.. I have a bad habit of not saving my images in steps sometimes. Keep pestering me about it if I forget. My attention span is really short lately haha.

    Mitchell- Thanks, I just checked out your sketchbook too, wonderful stuff!

    Mischeviouslittleelf- I'll try!

    Tamte- Thanks, I feel like I'm only starting to get a handle on values... still a very long way to go . But that's the fun, right?

    ozan- Those hand studies took longer than you'd think.. i started them all very rough and then cleaned them up on another layer. I'm actually really scribbly when I start.


    Lunchtime sketch that I took home to polish up a bit. Just playing around today!

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    Your sense of light and form is soooo good!

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    I really like that recent sketch!

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    Wow, insane sketchbook! 5 stars for sure.

    Please keep sharing your work with us.
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    great sb mate,love your using of colors and brush strokes, keep posting!
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    Thanks guys!

    Another doodle I started at lunch and worked up a bit more at home. Don't know where I'm going with any of these, but they're fun.

    I remembered to save some steps tonight, Buckster. Don't know if this is informative at all, but here it is anyway!

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    Your work is phenominal! The soon to be dead Astronaut is freaking awesome, that has got to be a terrible way to die. I also really like the blue faced man, super cool peice!
    enjoying the scenery
    Sketchbook!

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    the last one is really hot thank you for the step by step
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    hey mate, lovely to see your progress, I find her face very appealing, pretty indeed ^^

    I really enjoy your colour choices, they feel very much like your own.
    The post before this one rocked as well, your facial planes are tight.

    I hope that things are well at CCP games and that the problems are not affecting too much.

    Can I see more of your art somewhere? Like a game site with concept art or something like that? o_O

    Keep sharing the greatness.

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    nice~ Thx for the step by step as well. Can't wait for more!
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