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    yo, some very promising works, really like your pencils man, keep on sharing

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    wow some environments are reeealy kickass, and i thanked you for those studies cuz they're really sweet..wanna see more of those

    keep it up I'll be watching!

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    Lovely grafiti style youv'e got going here, I do see some inspiration from the benevolent Cole Eastburn on the previous page

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    Hey folks, I been real quiet the last couple of days, just been busy tinkering away on other stuff and haven't had time to do a whole lot of art. Also found out that I'm getting booted out of my house! That kinda sux, gives me 3 weeks to find another place, bit down about it too be honest. Us artistic hermit types don't like instability because it generally cons equates to less art I'll soldier on though, having a job would sure help however.

    Thanks for the love jeremygordon, metal-mike, bouroune and hygami, it's always great to hear that I'm going in the right direction And mischeviouslittleelf, I'd never seen Cole's work, but I'm sure stoked you can see some of his flavor in my work cos that guy is off the chain good!

    I've started rendering that techno chick, hope to do a full color version of her based on the monochrome, should look saaaweet I hope.

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    dude, your mecha stuff is sick. im trying to get that stuff down right now, its hard. keep up the cool work, i love how the graff style shows through

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    Thanks for the kind words RichKid, it's funny but I never notice that my work is graffitiesque, funny how that works. I can't say I mind though, it's nice to have a style. I love drawing mecha stuff though, it's tedious but so satisfying!

    Just a quick sketch before bed. Felt like designing a female armor.

    oh and btw, I find myself wanting some stars beside my sketchbook. If you think I deserve it then by all means hand them over It's all good if you don't though, I won't take offense

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    keep working hard man

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    Here's another before bed sketch, embracing my graffiti roots you could say

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    Just a quicky before bed last night, colored it up this morning. Probably my fastest color job so far, only about an hour, hour and a half

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    Tank Girl WOHO!

    Nice pencilmanship in #36. Just cuorious, but why is tha Kana letters backwards?

    Keep on working.

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    Cheers heda! As for why the letters are backwards, I got no idea? That's just the way the font was that I got of the net

    I been goin nuts sketching in ball point blue lately, it's so easy and fun and I dont have to worry about smudging or using multiple drawing implements for different stages. Just straight up biro So here's another, photo ref for the Rhino

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    wow awesomesome stuff lovin the little guy
    above the rhino
    amd the pencil work

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    Its a little hard to tell if the guy is supposed to fly straight above the rhino or above and a bit behind (from our viewpoint), other than that nice rhino!

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    Thanks for stopping by. Really nice sketchbook you have here, looks like you're tackling a variety of subjects. I personally enjoy the environments most.

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    Hey, really stylish stuff. Everything has a lot of personality. The robots are awesome.

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    Thanks for dropping by. You got some serious colours and style in here, i will gladly check in regularly on the basis of what i have seen so far, dude! Keep it up and i will give C&C every now and then! bookmarked

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    Hey!

    aprentice: Thanks mate, always appreciate feedback
    heda: I see what you mean with the viewpoint, I'm pretty sure it's cos I didn't put a shadow onto the rhino haha oops!
    M0RS: Cheers mate, that's the idea I guess, I really want to be the swiss army knife of visual development!
    tmbritton: Thankyou! Yeh I'm a bit of a robot fetishist, so many options
    comixnut: Thanks muchly dude, you got some sweeeeet inks going on, perhaps some time I could colab with you cos I just can't get enough of your inking style!

    Well I just moved house so I've been short on time. Really into the bosozoku style of hotrodding lately, just checkin the scene out on various blogs. It's very ummmm.... different

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    Verehin: Hey thanks for that
    epicnoses: Thanks for dropping in and the crit. I have to agree with you from a technical standpoint, however I think you'll find the vast majority of initial vehicle design sketches leave little if any room for ground clearance, suspension and often don't even have tyres =p

    Here's a coupla dudes I did before bed the other night. Had a bit of a drawing block and lull of late. They were done super fast, hence the messiness

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    eh... WOW

    * Nice humour in the little comments
    * GREAT text art
    * Nice logo/emblem
    * Costume design
    * Dynamic pictures

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    5 stars

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    Great thread! Brilliant work!

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    Sweet car designs.
    They have attitude and so does the rest of your work, keep it up!

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    really loved looking through this infact it's one of the most fun sketchbooks on here, now with stars! =0 wicked sb

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    Hey there, thankyou all so much for the positive remarks! Really appreciate you adding stars and what not Hopefully I'll get some more feedback

    I've really had a tough time drawing of late, hence why I haven't posted anything much, even though this is supposed to be an everyday thing Once I escape the clutches of artist block I'll make with a fresh batch of goodies. For now though, here's some random stuff from the last few weeks... some of which is just WIP (if they ever get done).

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    Hi there I really like your character designs and your environments

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    keep drawing, sometimes if I dont know what to draw I do a still life from life, it has really helped me out and I think you might be surprised what it could for your digital painting, and that last drawing you did with the robot grabbing the dudes head is totally awesome
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    Uni commenced today, so I'm back on the mad drawing train, with lots of lecture pad fun to be had!

    Thanks once again for the kind words akabraille and localfatheaded, I know what you mean with the life drawing, cos that's exactly what I do when I got nothing in mind, just go from life Works a charm. I should really put more studies up here, but I get lazy with scanning them =P My bad!

    Here's todays in class efforts (Warning, NUDITY!):

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    Well we've finally started studying pre-production at uni this semester, which I was so much looking forward to. Watched a DVD with Feng Zhu the other night on vehicle design, loved it so much, well worth the watch. Suffice to say I got cracking today with some quick designs of my own

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    thanks for the comment

    nice work! i like your rendering and machine design, very cool

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    This concept thumbnail thing is just read fun, also went back to the good ol' pencil for a bit, just to play with some smoother rendering. It's been a good first week back at uni

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