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    quick 'n' dirty doodles

    hi all,
    meant to start a thread ages ago,...finally getting round to it now!ha

    hoping i can do a doodle a day,....get some nice characters,maybe turn em into puurrrddyy 3d models ,

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    doodle for today

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    todays crap

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    downloaded some of the p/shop brushes from a thread on this site....had a little play....awesome fun...gonna have to have a go at making some nice ones.

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    I like the monsters they have great character and u've obviously got skills in Photoshop. keep it up and lets see more

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    liking the style keep it up

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    theUNKNOWNsketcher: thanks
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    had a play with those brushes again...so cool ,thanks to the people that offered them up.

    heres my 2nd attempt....

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    todays play...no more abusing brushes on landscapes after this,want to get some more characters done

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    Those landscapes are nicely rendered, and all the characters have a lot of personality. You could try to combine these two things, to see what happens. For example, some narrative illustration or so.

    Anyway, nice start to a sketchbook! keep it up!

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    Wonderful landscapes! Make some lanscape more in 3D! would look mighty.

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    Abrodos:thanks,yeah i'll give that a try

    Kalim:haha,you know how long it takes to make a 3d scene with lotsa foliage....too long,if i came up with an interesting environment then i'll have a go at it

    couple more updates

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    damn,...loaded the big version!!! pld:
    cant delete it either!!

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    Hi all,

    loooonnngggg time no post, found and scanned in tons of doodles from various notebooks etc.

    Going to try and be more active on these forums so hopefully should post more often.

    thanks for looking

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    A painting i did over last xmas break, 2-3 hours each day over a week. Acrylic paints on board,...about 50-60 cm wide i think.

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    should of kept more progress photos while i was painting, lesson learnt for next time

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    came up with a cool way to get ideas for what to draw, works for me. Take an existing image, play with the cutout filter, basically simplify image with the cutout filter untill you 'see' something, accept and sketch over the result of the filter .

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    speedpaint,20mins i think

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    penguin sketch using same 'cut out filter' technique i explain above.

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    Character concepts for a potential ios game im coming up with, thanks for looking

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    free willY!

    Im really diggin your latest batch of sketches. I feel that when it comes to the finished piece a lot of the life and gesture from your sketches are missing. Try to push for more line quality in the cleanup stage.

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    Haha love these little critters! Made my day
    Looking forward to see more of em!

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    Streben: thanks

    Bing!: thanks,i agree with you, this was just to get the doodles to a point where i could imagine them closer in a game, once ive chosen the ones to go together i'll work them up more painterly

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