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    My sketchbook

    Hey, the stuff except the top image on these first couple of pages is pretty old, skip to later for more recent stuff, cheers

    Also if you have any crits or tips at all, please do leave them!

    I'll try and update every day (Edit: erm... yeah)

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    totally sweet, I downloaded alchemy myself gotta learn to use it its cool! keep posting buddy.

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    Very cool.

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    Those alchemy sketches came out wonderfully!!

    Give us more to look at!

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    Splash of colour on this one, and couple of things from this evening

    Find it hard to blend in Photoshop if the drawing has more stuff to render, maybe I'll try and do the last stage in Painter

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    Beautiful character designs here. I particularly love the palette that you're working with for the skull-head character. Looking forward to future updates.

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    thanks for the kind comments!

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    Decided to get the pencil out today - I had a shock, felt like I completely forgot how to use a pencil.. too much digi stuff and not enough traditional practice... going to try and get more confident with my pencils.

    Ok, some crappy Bridgeman sketches, some figures from reference and the last thing is just some crap I started then my pencil ran out of lead

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    Having a go in Painter

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    more painter

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    Hey!Some really cool lines and concepts!!Keep posting,I want to see more of this!

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    Update on the fat man

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    nice work so far

    looks like you got a good grasp of lighting an color, keep doing those anatomy studies they are paying off

    keep it up!

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    You definitely show some skills here man and have some incredible character designs. Keep up the greatness. Awesome work.

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    man, youve got some really great stuff going on in here. I really like that your doing a bit of studies and the conceptual stuff. All of it feels really solid. Only thing I can complain about is most of the characters feel lonely without some sort of extra little something to the page than just them. But that may just be me. *laughs*

    either way, great stuffs

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    Every single piece of work has its own beuati n uniqueness, I liked you study very much. Lovely play of line... Really awesome work.... Hope to see the masterpiece soon... Keep it up

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    nice sketchbook so far
    I like that fat man and your alchemy stuff, I have also tries alchemy but not with the desired result :p
    thanks for the comment and keep painting, your doing very good

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    hehe that's one fat dude! Cool studies btw., I suddenly feel like drawing some hands.

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    I can totally dig your colors man! You´re greatly talented.
    Show us more sir

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    Nice Hogarth studies, but I would love to see them rendered out more

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    aye bro nice start... say going from pencil to digital, I am trying to establish a work flow... do you create a pallet? bush in multiply to preserve pencil details? then go back over with paint on a color layer?

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    hey man can you tell me what tools you use for painting in Painter? i have Painter X but i hardly know how to get a good painting like this one:

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    Well... I haven't updated every day like I promised

    But here are a few sketches and things, time to get busy methinks.

    polydrawer - Thanks, and yeah I have to keep up with the studies, was a shock to me how foreign it felt to hold a pencil and draw from psyical pages!

    nurraymjo - Thanks for the kind compliments, its always great to hear

    Newman101 - Thanks for the crit, I completely agree, some sort of background would stop it all feeling like they're floating in some sort of void!

    Anup1 - Thanks, I need to get off the pc more often and get down to doing pencils again, its a good feeling to spend a couple hours with it and feel the confidence slowly coming back

    maeshanne - Cheers mate, Alchemy is cool, have a look at Rushwolf's sketchbook, his Alchemy work is awesome.

    Keeviin - Thanks, drawing hands scares me

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    Mr. Smile - Thanks for the kind words, I'll try to update more often

    Mischeviouslittleelf - Thanks, yeah I need to spend more time rending out all of my work really

    carnal - Yeah thats basically what I usually do, I try different ways of working like painting onto a silhouette or just over a pencil drawing on multiply usually with a basic dark colour, then flatten and paint over the top. My workflow is a bit messy, some of these took a lot longer than they look lol

    My57 - I use Rob's Brushes, the basic brush with some extra grain added. If you google Rob's Brushes it comes up with this site where you can get them

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    thanks! can't wait to try these, hopefully i can start painting as good as you ^_^

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    Couple new things, last one using m@'s brushes

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    really nice !!!!!!!!

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    Very potential SB i think. Various of stuff in here, no crits and comments for now (more works would make some opinion), but I'll be watching this book for sure.

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