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    hah lots of dragons xD vary cool so far

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    ATTENTION:
    Please stop melting my face so much with this awesomeness.
    My plastic surgeon says my bones can't take much more.
    Thank you.
    And keep rockin' it...

    Joshua A. Davis


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    Wow. I envy your talent. You seem so comfortable with the medium. Your work flows like water into these beautiful creations. It boggles my mind.
    I feel really hesitant to have my work next to yours in in COW.
    You should post more stuff!

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    Lapada - thanks more coming up soon

    JoshDArtist - holy shit, so sorry about that. May I paint you a new face ? it's the least I can do.

    Duman - Please don't feel hesitant. It's all great fun and we learn from each other. I rather hope you enjoy it a lot more hehe. Thanks for your kind words.




    Been really tired today, fell asleep earlier hehe. Only thing I managed to do are these thumbnails for C.O.W #155 - Biped Insectiod .. think I'm going for the upper left or the godzilla beneath.. if nothing new appears in my dreams. Also promised JoshDArtist a new face, I hope he can wait til tommorow.. Promise a ton of stuff this week (finnaly got some sleep and regained some strength )

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    Some female studies. Havn't used graphite many weeks, so will take some time to get into it. Have more to post but too lazy to scan hehe.
    Im not dead, just lazy

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    Stop being lazy! we want to see more of your art!

    Cool sketchbook you've got here, keep up the great job!



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    Hey man, nice work you've got there. I was incredibly amazed by the dragons, and hoped you would finish one of them. Really enjoyed the one you did not on profile (:

    Great studies on the female body. I guess it's my testosterone speaking but I find the female body to be the most beautiful thing. Keep up with those sketches!

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    Maaan this is all so awesome! The pencil sketches are looking great, even tho you haven't used it in a while.

    I really enjoy your painting style too, its all great

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    dude im like so gonna kill you one day, those torso studies are just gorgeous

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    good torso studies m8 , i suggest going a bit random if you like the thumbnails look pretty wild to ^^

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    Oh yes very cool studys man! Your dragons are kicking ass.
    Great sketchbook at all - I'll keep watching

    when you get to hell, tell them I sent you - you`ll get a group discount

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    The Chow pieces are amazing: awesome rendering and colours. Also, nice form grasp in those last girls studies. Try to refine your lines, make them more continuous and curvy, especially on the breasts.
    ANyway, nice sketchbook! good work man.

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    The colours are nice in that enviro, but I think it would look a lot better if the transition from the atmosphere was softer... easier said than done

    Torsos are looking good, but the form is a little iffy on some of them, making them seem more 2d. You know this already, but its really just a matter of thinking in 3d and getting into a "sculpting" mode, look for the landmarks and use the guidelines you would use in imagination drawing.

    Good to see you doing well, keep it up!

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    Fallenangel - Thanks! I have stoped now

    cl0aked - Thank you! I have to agree with you, the female curves are magnificent.

    retardedmonkey - Thanks alot man!

    Lotet - Hahaha hope you'll enjoy this batch too!

    Giorge - Thank you. With random, do you mean the thumbnails, or more random studies?

    Kischi - Thank you! its an honor.

    Abrodos - Thanks for the tip, I have started working on better lines and defining volume with lines.

    ManMadeGod - Yeah I know.. damn enviros are so hard. Thanks for pointing that out aswell. I've started defining volume by lines. Still sucks, but in some weeks it'll be sweet.


    Woa, thanks all for your kind words! Here's some more studies, and some cow thumbs taken further.
    Think I'll stick to the the one that's not rendered.. the running thing. More coming up on that one. These latest studies are inspired by Sevarenge's studies. Hies line's are sweet as hell.
    thank you again

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    Bringing the COW concept further, and started working on the dragon in last post.

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    you ever wondered why the put some stuff in the supermarket that seem so related so far away? It's kind of like they don't want you to find it.

    it's just like your love, so far away, and so hard to find...


    hahah sic work man

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    wow really cool, I just love your creatures.

    any advice on creature drawing? especially dragons.

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    Texahol - Haha! woa thanks alot! Supermarkets are really sneaky.. glad you like it.

    Sukizan - Thank you! Any advice.. hmm. It all comes down to several things.
    Firstly I 'd say you need to have knowledge of animal anatomy to be able to make your creatures credible. Knowing what various species look like etc. will give you the tools needed to combine them and create an unlimited number of cool stuff from your mind.
    When I draw creatures I simply begin with an idea of what I want to do, for example a dragon. What the dragon will look like depends on many things.. the environment it lives in, it's personality, what I had for dinner and so on.
    In the end it all comes down to which limits you set for yourself. When it comes to dragons I tend to look at cool pictures of dragons that I look up to and find out what makes it so cool. Is it the proportions of the dragons body, the design and so on that makes it stand out?

    Also some symbolic history helps making it more interesting. The dragon is a powerful symbol and archetype that's been part of humankinds culture since the beginning of time. Each culture has it own take on dragons, and I feel that they're more like an aspect of humans rather than a creature. I'd say they are a spiritual symbolic replica of the traits we revere, wisdom, strength, passion and immortality - same goes for vampires. This is how I feel them and it helps me when creating them.
    Hope it made sense hehe





    Finished cow.. might aswell add the concept description in here too!

    "Concept: Thwomp Cromper

    These peaceful insects have adapted perfectly to the swampy inhabitat they live in. Feeding of small parasites living inbetween the swampgrass, they keep the roots of the Firebush from being overrun and infected by the critters. In return the bush provides with a great camouflage for the insect while feeding, ensuring this slow-moving and defenseless bug's survival."

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    Oh, how could I miss your latest updates? Amazing stuff man! The first creature of the three in post #133 is the coolest I think. Keep up the great work!

    Blir seriöst halvt lycklig när jag ser allt du skapat, haha. Diggar din stil enormt mycket! Själv sitter man fast lite tyvärr. Ha det bra och posta mer (helst nu )

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    Great Work! I like how you were getting creative with the dragon perspective. Some were flying, some facing the "camera", and others showing off their decorative spikes and magnificent colors.

    Also, great job on getting top fan art for Diablo 3. Kudos to you!

    Keep up the great work, and I hope to see much more!

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    Yeah, I had a thought about that, I'm going to do some animal studies and scan them.

    btw,can you Check my SB and give some criti please, O: also working on this dragon piece and would love some help on it from you.

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    very nice the last one , but the strokes kinda seem equal and that gives a weird impression of small space

    Hmmm , by going random i think i meant, drawing more stuff not only body studies , but i see your doing fine so far ... keep that up!

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    very nice updates mate.I like the torso studies(these with the hard outer lines because they become more clear to see) and the creatures are awesome.
    The orange-red seems to hit strong,for underwater enviroment, while the grey do a lot of work there.But maybe and if it doesnt ruin the description of the creature,make some color balance in the underwater area,adding more cyan maybe.
    Keep up the great work!!!

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    Dude, I love your artwork, very colorful but controlled, I especially love the figures of the naked women's bodies, it reminds me of figure drawing in porn.... ok that was kinda weird to say but, Iam not lying right. Cheers, and congrats.

    Look, Iam diet drama, want to spend tha night dont bring pajamas, man there's so much heat beneath clothes, you see me !

    JesArt Sketchbook, go have a gander..

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    Nice anatomy studies man. Do you use reference or do you draw from imagination?

    Keep up!

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    Hey DV! Gooood stuff in here, an I am liking that last concept, it is really looking cool. Only one crit for now; What is with the porn tits dude? They seem unnaturaly perky

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    Dude, thank you VERY much for the crit. on my SB!!! Greatly appreciated, and I'll check out the link you sent me!

    I'm really diggin' your line work on those torsos... very nicely done.
    And, I see what you mean about Black versus Color for the darks (as evidenced in your newest insect piece) Can't wait to see where that one ends up!

    you know, you get taught these things in art school, and some of them stick when they hit the wall and some of them you have to keep coming back to... thankfully I'm on this site with awesome artists like you!!!

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    Those torsos are 1 million percent better!

    I really like the colours in the latest work, my only crit would be that the water could be a lot murkier, if anything there is too much visibillity under the water, and wouldn't the "atmosphere" of the underwater part be more like dirt than the fog of the air? The colours are really nice, if anything it just bothers me that the underwater part fades into a mist, when you already have such nice dirt and earth colours down there.

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    Awesome piece up there The red parts under water just look sexy.

    Also nice bewbz! Almost as good looking as your Thwomp Cromper

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    great sketchbook, love the sketches & use of colours

    DRAW UNTILL IT HURTS
    AND THEN DRAW SOME MORE

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