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    Thanks Turbosnail and Lav.

    Here some stuff form life drawing and a project I have going in which I let humans from different cultures morph into a mask from their country.

    Enjoy!

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    Hey Janos how goes it? MY word you been busy busy since i last visited(although i did disappear for a while) you got some really nice stuff going on and i love your traditional stuff and the life drawings are uber sweet too. You have a really unique style emerging and some interesting ideas going on too all i can say is NICE ONE!!!! Keep rocking.



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    Thank you! I love how you poeple are starting to see a style... yeah!
    Just a small update for you guys. I am going to change this one a tad though, not liking it completely!

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    I like your fine arts approach in your images. The face mask studies are killer! Keep up the great work!

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    WOW, your work is, what I would define as creativity!
    I followed your sketchbook for some time now and i´m allways impressed how you are able to develop new styles and themes.
    I´m not really educated in art so I can´t give you any advice, but I also guess you can´t do something wrong.
    I will visit your sketchbook more often I guess, as a source of inspiration.
    Keep on posting!

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    I'm liking the new updates, the morphs into masks is a pretty fun idea. I also like the look of #706
    What sort of images do the universities ask for in the portfolio?

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    shambok Thanks. I try to differentiate myslef form all the other talented artists on this site with my techniques perhaps. Not sure if its intentional or not.

    Arne Meyer Vielen Dank!

    seagulls Thank you. The portfolio you sent in should basically represent you as an artist. You can either see it as a good thing that they give you the freedeom with your portfolio, but if you are strating out you are pretty much left to yourself and need to figure out what to do by yourself.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/jonahge...73387238/show/
    This is the portfolio I sent in. It is the first of five portfolios I am going to send out.

    Two more mask-morphs. There is still one german mask missing. I'm gonna do that soon.

    Enjoy.

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    Wow Janos .... i skipped through your sketchbook and there are really awesome work man !!

    I really like these mutating faces !! thats really impressing ^^

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    ya those faces are really awesome all your stuff is really great i would like to see more!

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    I like many of your pieces, just pointed out the extra love

    & the mask morphs you have been doing are just as good

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    haha the masks RRRRRRRRRRROOOOCCCCCKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK great idea an i like the life draw'n high 5

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    Hey!

    I've been loving the tribal mask transformations you've been doing recently, the African one is my my favorite of the bunch. Life drawings are looking really solid too, great proportions.

    No real crits for now, it looks like your on a drawing streak!

    Keep it up, i hope to see more mask-morphs soon c:

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    nice life drawings mate! The study of her feet are really nice, expressive in a way. I like it!

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    Thanks for stopping by my sketchbook. Great work here, I love those transforming faces.

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    Strassenpenner08, Frittzell(Image), dan liimatta, Grandmassa Mr. Spect Thanks a lot you guys. Glad you enjoy the masks!

    AustenFM Yeah, the african is my favourite as well. I really need to redo the south american one though!
    Vloth Yeah feet are hard to get right but they were really interesting so I tried.

    Benjy No problem, was nice to visit you. Thanks for stopping by as well.

    Me as an amphibian and some sketchbook pages.


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    [CENTER]


    For this sketchbook has officially updated its 200th thumbnail.
    And because PIRATE SHIP LOLLIPOP have finished their Team Chow entry.
    And because Ca is the best thing that happened to me as an artist.
    And because I got my first paid assignment.
    And because I feel like dancin'

    Janos

    Enjoy the images and keep posting. YOUR interest keeps this machine working!

    Cheers
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    PS: Lineart of the Tarot Cards by Raoul Duke, my awesome teammate.


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    Woohoo awesome update, and congratulation! and best of luck with the Team Chow.

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    Hi there, thanks for stopping by my sketchbook.

    Really creative stuff, nice work. I especially liked the faces transforming into the masks. I do think that your quick life drawings look a little bit flat though, I think it might help to throw in a cross contour here and there to show the form. I see the tone with the core shadows and that does help but I still think that the best way to show form is with a cross contour. Keep up the good work!

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    Whoa, janos....
    I have to say i'm really impressed. you've been working really hard!
    And i love the new pieces you've posted, the work is really full of emotions and expressions, i like it!
    Keep up the great work

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    Impressive update here Janos the tarot cards are supersweet! I am also really liking the top figure of #736 nice dark emtion to it. Great work!



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    Fumble Thanks. Have you voted already?

    Sir Cam Very good Idea. I am going to keep it in mind for the next time. Thank you!

    Luckers Is it? Nice to hear that. I was kind of hoping I do convey something.

    latigid Thanks. The one you like is a self-portrait. Muahahaha, you do not want to meet me in a dark alleyway!

    I had this weird idea of making my dreams tangible and remember them as well, as I have been having quite a few weird one in the last few weeks.
    Anyways here is what i came up with.

    THE DREAM CUBE

    It consists of a six sides cube that I drew on with ink and pastels. The paper its made out of is dark brown, so I have the liberty to go either light or dark with my drawing.
    This first dream is also a test. How do you like it? I was thinking of writing down my dreams in words on the inside of the cube. Anyways, expect a few more of these in the next week. They are also part of my University Portfolio.

    Cheers!

    More updates this evening.

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    Here, as promised, more pictures.

    Enjoy!

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    sorry, double post.

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    Hi Janos! Loving the portraits! Watercolors eh? a difficult medium to handle, I wish i would do so good as you do! keep up posting

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    Thanks a lot. Nice new Avatar by the way! And yes, watercolours are hard, but I think they really pay off. Especially in real life!

    Some new things. I started a series on the story of Hagen and Ondine (actually plural, but I chose to depict only one nymph). The nymph is a study of a gorgeous John William Waterhouse picture. Waterhouse is definitely one of my main artistic idols. His colours and subjects really appeal to me.
    A new Dream Cube which depicts a dream a friend of mine had about her grandmother lying in her deathbed. The return of the red hoods was unintentional, but I like it actually. I might bring them back for every dream. Some anatomy studies for good measure as well.

    Cheers guys,
    Enjoy!

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    Hallo! ich find deine sachen echt gut, vor allem so welche mit weicherer linienführung, wie in 728. Da sind die Farben und die Übergänge wirklich super gelungen. Deine Aktzeichnungen wirken dagegen total hart, wohl durch die eher wenigen und teilweise "abgehackten" striche. Das muss jetzt nicht als wertung gesehen werden, aber dadurch wirken die körper stellenweise recht anorganisch. Probier doch mal, mehr zu schattieren
    Weiter so, freu mich schon auf mehr!

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    Good anatomy studies! sometimes you use more lines than necessary (i fight with this aswell), but overall you've really improved. Keep at it

    The nymph piece is also looking really promising.

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    I really like these face transformations.

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    hehehe great mate.Your last explorations are really awesome.Congratulations on the job.Keep up these figures.These are lovely
    see ya

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    Thanks to everyone for the awesome coments!
    Here is the second panel to the Hagen and Ondine story just for you.

    Enjoy.

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