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    Les Femmes

    This morning's sketch, done in about an hour.

    Tapping the keys. Wedding in Darling, Western Cape.

    33° 19' 17.37" S 18° 22' 2.11" E

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    People.

    Another two. Not much else to add.

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    the digital stuff is coming along really nicely love the feel you get in them and your ink work is awsome as always

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    Heads and Empty Skies

    Not far from Dargaville. Northland, NZ.

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    Love Craft

    Van Coke Kartel at Ramfest 2011

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    Tales from the Low End

    Dan Adriano from Alkaline Trio at Ramfest 2011

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    Figures.

    The daily sketch and photo...

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    On the Easel

    What's happening in the studio at present.

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    Half-light

    Figures. One quick sketch and one shot from Ramfest V, 2011

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    the picture of Dan Adriano is bad ass love it man im really lovin the photos you have been posting lately

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    Testing!

    Quote Originally Posted by prsnsweeney View Post
    the picture of Dan Adriano is bad ass love it man im really lovin the photos you have been posting lately
    I must say, it was a wicked experience being allowed to shoot one of my favourite bands.

    And for my next trick...

    Fucking around with colour dynamics. Discovering that was a good day!

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    Progression

    Three-odd hour image sequence which i'm kindof happy with. Figuring out colour blending more than anything else.

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    Vespae

    No sketch today! That was yesterday's second post...

    Rentals off K'Road, Auckland.

    36° 51' 35.31" S 174° 45' 10.66" E

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    More Character.

    Some scribbles and Yolandi Visser at Ramfest V, 2011

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    damn that progression painting looks awsome man looks like your getting more and more comfertable with the digital painting love the scribbles too and post 606 from a few posts up enjoyed the photo so much i didnt notice the drawing but i just saw it today and i love the explosive feel you got on that one

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    Comfort in pixels.

    Quote Originally Posted by prsnsweeney View Post
    damn that progression painting looks awsome man looks like your getting more and more comfertable with the digital painting love the scribbles too and post 606 from a few posts up enjoyed the photo so much i didnt notice the drawing but i just saw it today and i love the explosive feel you got on that one
    Yeah. It's the same with any media you're figuring out, when you relax and stop worrying (to paraphrase Kubrick), you loosen up a lot. Also, moving between media helps a lot, because the difference approaches and methods help bring new energy into the way you work.

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    Mission accomplished then! Plenty more where that came from...

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    Just had a chance to enjoy your SB, awesome stuff. The pen/ink studies and sketches are so confident, they say a whole lot with those strokes, love the gestures. Thx for dropping by my SB, I'll add some more thx with my next update.
    Looking forward to following your work, inspiring!
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    Don't think I've ever stumbled in your sketchbook or commented. Excellent concepts etc. Love the photos too!


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    I love the guy in post 615. The disappeared line of his clothes, and then his boots just there unattached is great. That's such a cool detail.

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    Our Brutal Winter

    Following the tracks to Simonstown. July 2011.

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    Your photography skills are great sir, I enjoyed every one of them from the begginning of this SB. The wedding ones are pretty beautiful and expressive. Do you usually enhance colors in them? I also noticed an evolution from your first washed ink works (close to surrealism and abstract) to the last ones, more focused and realistic. The last ones are getting very tight! Maybe you could try to use more color treatment on them... or maybe paint color directly, one day?
    thanks for sharing, I will be back for sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricardo Robles View Post
    Your photography skills are great sir, I enjoyed every one of them from the begginning of this SB. The wedding ones are pretty beautiful and expressive. Do you usually enhance colors in them? I also noticed an evolution from your first washed ink works (close to surrealism and abstract) to the last ones, more focused and realistic. The last ones are getting very tight! Maybe you could try to use more color treatment on them... or maybe paint color directly, one day?
    thanks for sharing, I will be back for sure!
    Thanks for the good word! As far as my photography goes, I do no post-processing work, so it's all in-camera. The most I would do is change the actual colour settings and white balance of the camera itself. More often than not, the latter will suffice to give the picture a lot of life. Polarizing filters are also handy.

    Cheers.

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    Only fits. No starts.

    Here are the scraps for today.

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    Blood. And Diamonds.

    Here's a photoset from a recent family trip to Kimberley, a significant place in South African (and world) history. Look it up.

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    Deterioration

    Quick colour study plus a signpost I shot(puns away!) three years ago, and again this week. Someone must've been bored bored...

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    Thanks for dropping in!

    Your photography work looks great! Nice composition and choices of focal points.

    Your sketches seem to be hastily done. While this can be nature of sketching out an idea, these seem to lack focus and direction.

    The painting you are working on, I can't really tell where the focal point is and most of the values are in the mid range. I know that it's not done but make sure that you've got the value groupings right.

    I like your digital paintings a lot. I'm a sci-fi nerd myself. I really like the mech suit piece you have. I think the background values you've added are so light against the darker mid and fore grounds that it draws attention aware from the subject (which seems to be the focal point of the piece). Maybe you could place an "obscure" light source (in the green range) that lies just ahead of him that projects onto the suit so that it can simultaneously bring more attention to the subject and define the form of his suit more. Another idea is to also add a reddish orange light within the helmet area to accentuate the subject's face more to further draw the viewer's eye in. You could also crop the piece on the right side a bit. Of course, these are only suggestions.

    You've got good work here! Keep the goods coming!

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    I'm really digging your photographs (feels weird to say that in a SB thread )! There's a great sense of mood and air.

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