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July 6th, 2004 #66
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damn eric..that portrait is dooooooooooopppe
looks like your enjoying that brush pen too!! sweet
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July 6th, 2004 #68
the new SP is really good. I must be looking at it after you made corrections, I don't see any proportional problems. The brush strokes are great, nice and chunky and follow the forms. The color variations within the skin tones are also good; that's something I've been lacking in my work.
July 7th, 2004 #69
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lots of cool work. on the last figures i think it may have helped if you used strokes that were more descriptive of the form. but i definitely know what you mean when you're at a life drawing sessions and the concentration isn't all there.
July 7th, 2004 #71
your linework is so great
lots of different values
you know where to push
the brush a little more to
give that extra thickness
great control really
and those pencil sketches
are so alive good balance
between straight and curve
line lots of freedom of line
your family portraits
are very good , vere expressive
and the way you describe
the shape and "likeness" wich
i cannot compare are awesome
please post more this is
a good sketch thread
keep em coming
this lasts are great very great
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July 8th, 2004 #72
Thanks for the encouragement Gabriel. I appreciate it!
Bonedog...I'll concentrate on that on my next session. Thanks!
davi kept nudging me to this one Kind of came out like Electro the Chippendale Dancer...haha.
Silly elephant headed camel looking thing
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July 13th, 2004 #76
the electro dudes legs seems shrimpy to me. i really like the color sketchbook stuff you are doing, keep pushing that. nice updates!
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July 13th, 2004 #77
I really like the camelophants and the painting of the dino hatchling. Where are you going with the wingless pteranodon priest? looks interesting.
July 14th, 2004 #78
jetpack42: I guess he doesn't have super-villian proportions, huh?
bwkeough: Since the design of that pteranodon guy doesn't seem to be much more than an anthropomorphic dinosaur, I'll probably leave it alone. If I happen to think of something that makes him feel less like a dinosaur, maybe I'll play with it some more. Thanks!