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    I have like 5 or 6 sketchbooks so I not always remmember where's what, frogot to scan those, the feet are like a month old. Plus some thumbnails, with some MTG card ideations just for fun, but maybe in a year or two, who knows? )

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    Hi Ice, you have great sketches, glad that You are uploading regularly
    I like rythm and flow of Your lines, as well as better and better color and value
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    yarosh Thank you Jarek, for coming here and for the kind words

    I'm not happy with the rendering as it was kind of mindless painting today.






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    Great work Man! i love how your lines have this feel of emotion.

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    love ur ass kickin' thumbnail sketches Ice. keep it up!

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    Yemi775 Domo arigato Yemi!

    Betty86 Bets you here? great! Thank you!

    Hello there folks, a small traditional up this time.
    I'v put the digital medium aside for now, need more confidence on paper.








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    Hi matey

    I have been looking and lurking for a while just enjoying the view and just had to say that the legs/ feet image on the edge of the bed in post 1261 are sublime mate, very nice that!!

    all the best

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    Really like the feet /skin tone study

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    Hi Icecold, just a note on the handgun, the handle looks a little too short and stubby to be held comfortably.

    Great sketchbook.

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    Thanks everybody!

    Well i've started it quite some time ago abut totaly forgot about it.
    Wanted to do my own magic card for quite some time now, but it's not official, just a fan art you might call it.

    Good thing about these cards is that you don't need to push the detail too much as it's going to be super small anyway.






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    you could totally work for magic thats a sweet card!

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    Its head reminds me of the soldier demons from the film "Constantine" with Keanu Reeves, good film that one i rather liked it. Good image too mate.

    all the best.

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    that is a sweet card

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    Really nice work, man. You render skin particularly well.

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    Hmm...Magic card looks sweet. The nerd in me would like to point out though,
    that flavor text should be in italics. Ok you can slap me now.

    drawings look sweet. Good application of knowledge from studies, clean, not
    overworked lines, good sense of form. More more more.

    Proportions of gun designs look a bit weird, like, I cant imagine actually holding
    them in my hands.

    On Corel Painter: I beat my brains against that wall for quite a while when I first
    got my Intuos. I nearly burst a blood vessel (although I learned a lot about judging
    values, at least). Honestly the latest versions of Photoshop have added a lot of the
    functionality of Painter such as mixer palettes and naturalistic brushes (which always
    seem like crap anyway). I think your time and frustration may be much better spent on PS.

    That being said...awesome colors on that painting, it really glows.

    Keep. On. Pushing.

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    the card look nice mate

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    Thank you for coming here and sharing your thoughts everybody.

    I've been away for a while having some health problems, my food intolerance. I felt bad, really bad having stomach aches all the time and some worse things I rather not mention here. Anyway i feel better, atleast for now.

    The woman with sword is from refference, the shoe is from life, the rest is from imagination.











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    Awessome drawings and particularly that card, i should pick up that template myself and try my hand at it, where do you got it? cheers and keep rockin!

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    Just google it, you can also scan Magic cards if you got any.
    I've got only red and white cards so i googled that one myself.

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    I don't quite know why, but that hand in your second post fascinates me. The middle and ring fingers are a little iffy in my opinion, but your lines and proportions are just amazing.

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    Sopu Someone likes a hand that i did? wow the world really is about to end then ahha. Hands are my Achilles heel, but i started to tackle the problem slowly. Thanks again.

    A speedpainting and one more porrait in graphite.
    This time took a photo with my iPhone as the scanner could not handle the graphite and was reflecting too much in the hair area.
    Unfortunately the same thing happened with the picture i took, it's just less visibile, yet the hair is still too bright.






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    Another Magic The gathering attempt, Zaar'thunaxx the Dragon of Death!
    I will work on it some more.




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    Your magic the gathering pieces are really good, in design, rendering and composition.

    Hope you get hired soon to make some real ones!

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    cool dragon! though he seems to look more like a bat than a dragon because his wings seems veeeery close to his head

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    Thank you everybody.

    Here's an update, but i feel like i only screwed things up, time to move forward and improve at next illustration.



    Two quick gestural drawings with some minimal shading.
    4-5 min each, Conte charcoal pencil.



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    11 days since last update, having alot of health problems lately, this drives me mad, because i'm too weak to draw being dehydrated all the time....
    It's never been that intense, 2012 is a year of pain for me.

    Anyhoot i did manage to pull out some drawings not much, yet it's something.
    I have one illustration coming up, but i have absolutely no idea when i will finish it. The page with mouths and some clothes is a quick research page for it.
    Did some landscape's too, having to find the right paper as i'm slowly running out of the "natral" one. I have alot of fabriano's but i don't like it at all, i draw on it only if i must. It has very unnatural feel and it takes some skill to "work into it".

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    I have a second hobby in which i'm constantly getting better at, cooking!
    Today i've made my first carrot pie, it's delicious! Bon apetit ^^



    Ah yes and a quick sketch of an old master gypsy painting.



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    That's a lovely dragon. I recognized that Belgian painting too, good works!

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    Hi matey

    Glad you are feeling better, food intolerance cant be an easy thing to live with so I'm not surprised to hear of your interest in cooking.
    Love the Dragon image there is a good look about it, insofar as it looks really pissed and about to dish out some serious attitude adjustment!

    Those pencil studies are coming along well too, thanks for posting all this mate its a real inspiration to us numpties who cant hold a pencil yet !! lol

    stay well and all the best mate

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