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    those line life drawing sketches are sick man! great sketchbook!
    keep em coming, i'll be back


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    I REALLY dig how loose you can get on some
    sketches and how detailed and thight you
    can go on others, I fell Im always a big mess
    so I admire those how can use their looseness
    for their advantage, many props to ya, I aspire to
    be as good as you some day 8)

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    Quick Teenager study:
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    A little more work on my adventurer characters....
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    maxetormer: Thanks! I'm still a big mess 99% of time. It takes awhile to get a feel for which is loose and what is just haphazard sloppiness.

    Thanks Flaptraps. I appreciate it.

    zao75231: Thank you. I am almost 30. I've always liked to draw but I didn't take it very seriously until about 4-5 years ago.

    fukifino: Thanks fuky Being a dad is so cool. I've got a bunch more Eberron stuff coming.

    Jens: Thanks man. Good to hear from you.

    -Eric

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    great stuff. The adventure character you've got is really great, it would definitely be a fun character to work with. Come up with some sequentials or a storyboard for him sometime

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    her

    She is a little tomboy-ish. Thanks, glad you liked it aesir.
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    Throwin' Bones !!!!!

    Good looking post :::: nice variety in both media and subject :::: thought it well worth some positive feed!!!!!!!

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    Hey Deschamps,

    had a pleasure going through your sketech book. Pro stuff.

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    The multi-head thing is awsome so is the flying lizard thing.

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    Oh man, this is really great stuff! Hope to see more!

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    Thanks Fellah!


    Another 3 young adventurers drawing:

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    deschamps shademps

    nice work deschamps!
    are these done on tracing paper? just wondering.......seems like they have that look. lovely pterodactyl styled concepts and gorgeous clean style. congrats on the baby btw!

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    this thread is amazing...all sorts of fantastic, beautiful work in here!

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    guggenmaneuver: Thanks!! I have been working on tracing paper a lot lately but none of these used tracing paper! On the last post, I initially used a light blue colored pencil the rough it out, then finished it with a 3B pencil. Once I scanned it in, I turned the drawing to grayscale which left some light tracing paper like lines from those initial blue lines.

    blankslatejoe: Hey, thanks a whole lot. Good to hear from you.

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    What a journey it has been going through this thread again, man.

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    Your sketches are looking GREAT man. Keep it up. I saw your name on the FFG mailing list for AGOT. I can't wait to see your cards, and see how bad they make mine look Keep the good work coming!!!

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    yeeeeeaaaaah, man!! This stuff rocks my little noobie ass away!
    Amazin' paintings, I really love the textures! Really great, makes me wanna paint!!
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    Gloominati, Capprotti, van: Thank you!!!!

    Here's a batch of miscellaneous stuff. The color ones are Wizards of the Coast stuff that I wasn't keen on enough to post in the Finally Finished section. The pencil self portrait I did tonight... I am going to paint with oils over top of it this week.

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    Awesome update man, those insect-like ones are wicked.
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    the critter with the glowing pincers of blue death rocks! great combination of tight detail and painterly brushstrokes.
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    Great book man, love the blue creature in the last update.

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    'I'm Lovin It'.......sorry

    Sweet stuff man, lovin your work.
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    MIKECORRIERO: Thanks again for fixing my thread, though it looks like I can't change the date in the title again! I wonder what I did to screw that up?!

    orcatraz, bwkeough, strych9ine, and Kovachs: Thanks!!!!! I apreciate it.

    Here is phase 2 of the oil self-portrait I am attempting. I've still got a lot to fix. I really don't have much experience with oil paints so I better get crackin' before I have to leave for the William Whitaker workshop next week in Phoenix.

    Look how far off the neck was in the original drawing above this post!!! Way too thin.

    Here's a really crappy photo of the painting so far:

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    Holy shit this is awesome! =) Wonderful work, man. Be pleased.

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    Thanks van!!
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    Hi ! First time I check you stuff... Man, it's simply gorgeous, awesome, great, excellent, sublime, magnifique... Oups, I lost my english ! Apologies, it's the emotion due to your wonderfull stuff ! Bravo, Deschamps !
    Julien ALDAY

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    hey amazing work, love the monsters, you have a good coloring technique for them
    keep em cimming

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    Alday.J: Wow, thank you.
    BAKI: Glad you like them.


    Ok, I'll post these even though the descriptions for these were pretty lame. Especially, a Were-weasel wearing a blacksmith apron. I'll only put a link for that one

    Here they are...

    This one wasn't bad... WereWolverines:
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    I can't remember exactly what this was, but it was a mix of a bunch animals wearing a wolf skin hood type deal:
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    Were-Weasel

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    Dig the wolverines (nice creatures, very cute, ha-hem !). I've just finished to check all your stuff (again !). It's amazing, there's a lot of attitude, of style. Congrats !
    Julien ALDAY

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    very nice paints, i like it alot !

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