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    nice stuff
    styled yet realistic
    Art


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    Wicked stuff. Definitely subscribing.

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    Walid D - Thank you!

    lexxx - Thank you! Me and my long head...

    AustenFM - Thank you and you got it. What's a sketchbook thread without some sketches.

    OmertA - Thank you and I will try to stay motivated to keep it up.

    mike butkus -Thank you!

    dU5K - Thank you and I wish I could take credit for the aesthetic response you got from the knight painting...I just painted what was already there.

    kelly x - Thank you Kelly X! Must be my "cheer me up" antics. I love laughing and making others laugh with me.

    Qadi - No problem. Thanks for viewing.

    iwaswrong - youareright. The sword's perspective does not match the hilts perspective. Just too lazy to fix it.

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    yus that cariciture is great!
    very nice lighting and colour.
    I agree with Shalite about that armour,
    has a nice glow to it.
    Looking for work! (jefflaiart@gmail.com)

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    WOw i like your work
    Caricature looks great !

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    Ahhh, another Painter pusher. Nice to see what you can do man. Self portraits look great. Armor looks nice and loose. Tough to do. Cheers!
    Check it out
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    I love your carricature i had to smile =)

    and your selfpotrait is really amazing with the background spots and drops !

    Keep it up will follow your progress!
    Just because you are loud do not means that you are interesting !

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    really cool stuff i here man, i really like that knight painting a few posts back nice brush work

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    lovely updates, buddy.

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    Samantha - Thank you!

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    scorge - I love painter. It keeps me more "honest" than photoshop does.

    Xo. Thank you! It's really just a captured "dab" with the impasto effect turned on. But I really like how 3d the paint looks.

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    Chupacabra Thanks a lot Chupacabra! I visit your SB frequently.

    Here's a few more pencil sketches. I don't really like to emphasize that "no references" were used but some people seem to really want to know the "when" or "how" in regards to references. Some of these I may turn into paintings at some time. The RL sketchbook is 9 x 12. I use mainly an "f" pencil, 4h, 2b, and 6b.
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    Great color work. The caricature is solid. Im really digging how you treated the beard line on it.

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    DSGodwin - Thank you DSGodwin. My beardline never goes away... I got more of a 10 o'clock shadow.

    Here's a Painter painting that was a nice learning experience. I re-read some of Don Seegmillers book "Advanced Painter Techniques" and it really has some to notch information. This is a tradition drawing scanned in and painted in Painter. You can see how small it is by my hands. I didn't have any real reference for anything except for some pictures of King Henry 8th armor at a museum. The armor needs some more work...work that I don't feel like doing yet. This is supposed to be Lancelot waiting at the bridge but I got bridge lazy as well...maybe later .

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    At first I thought his head was very small, but after looking at your preparatory drawings I realized that the armor was probably that big back then. Maybe the hair could flow more naturally? More of a "down-curving-up" rather than a straight horizontal, eh? It looks a bit stiff right now.
    I agree with you. The head was about 15% too small and the hair was way too stiff. So here is the updated version.
    Last edited by Jason Ross; June 24th, 2009 at 05:15 PM. Reason: YihyoungLi
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    Great stuff! Your self-portraits on the first page are great--colors are very delicious. And the dude in the third pic, post #48, is pretty awesome looking.

    On Lancelot, the reflections are top notch: very convincing. At first I thought his head was very small, but after looking at your preparatory drawings I realized that the armor was probably that big back then. Maybe the hair could flow more naturally? More of a "down-curving-up" rather than a straight horizontal, eh? It looks a bit stiff right now.

    Keep up the wonderful work!

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    Whats up Jason
    You have some awsome pencil work sir
    Your updates sick looks like a fun way to build armor designs.
    Keep it up man!
    till next time -Omerta

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