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    Here's a quick sketch from last night ..thx mr Loomis : D

    oh.. and a random ps doodle


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    nice update! the values on the life drawing are great and try to render out the soldier!!!! keep rockin!

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    Hey thanks jatherip! hah he does need some color! I'll do that when i find the time :p

    here some quick charcoal studies I did at school, pretty fun..gotta do more of these!

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    3 little speedpaints. nothing special.. just made these to show some techniques I use to a friend

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    Nce work man, The speedpaints are looking good, they've got a nice moody atmosphere, but one thing that misses a little is the feeling of depth. Maybe that using a bit more of atmospherice perspective can help. But it's still looking good.

    How's school treating you?

    Keep it up man!

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    yo Nicky s, your'e absolutely right about the depth in the pics. I'll think about that next time ^^
    School is going well, I already got some cool assignments going on!.. atm I'm working on a 3D low poly character, here's a wip

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    Cool stuff man ! No comments.

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    Very nice stuff man. Always a pleasure to see your work.

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    Nice to hear that school is treating you well.

    The model looks good, it reminds me that 3D animation class is starting again this week. ^^

    Keep it up!

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    I'm not too fond of 3d, but your paintings are sweet! And who doesn't like monkeys?

    Keep on it!

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    man, there's some really nice stuff going on here. guess i'll subscribe.
    Really liking the 3D character. Reminds me to start working on those modelling skills i'm pretty much lacking at the moment.

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    Yo guys, thanks for stopping by!
    Here's a new concept for school ~ SKULL !

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    Wow... nice detail on the last skull. Really nice studies in here. You have some great skill already. You'll be a master of this stuff in no time if you keep posting
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    Update

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    update!


    train scene was for a compo at the school forum, theme: the night is ours.
    Last edited by Emrey; November 1st, 2011 at 07:49 PM.

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    Good stuff! I like how the atmosphere in the night train scene looks. Some of the visible brush strokes are distracting, though, possibly partly because they're a low opacity? For example, the light grey outlines around the guy turned toward the train. They look very artificial.

    LOVE the eyelash monster, and the skin tones on "you" look awesome.
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