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    great work ! i really like your rendering style and i wonder if you could give us (me xD) insight of your rendering process , as far as i can see you put chunky greyscale beneath your line art and use a overlay/multiply/color layer to get it started ? im just guessing :/


    however great work keep it up ; i hope you keep participating for Blizzardcontest

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    rockin' sketches and studies man!
    You linework is just awesome... *drools*
    keep up the great work and thanks for the comments in my SB!

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    Theodora_Romania - hey! good to see you You shouldn't delete your work. Rather, keep them so you can look back and see how much you've improved!

    Kingkostas - Thanks man, yea I know. Learning learning

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    - Thanks! yes that's basically it,if you look through this thread you'll see some piece's where I've explained my process. I can't really get into details now, but I'll try to have some more when my laptop works again. I've tried to record my screen while painting, it went good so definitely something I'm planning on doing more of.
    cheers!

    JoshDArtist - Hey! Thank you, and you're welcome.



    Picked up Bridgman, oh long time long time.. havn't done him in ages. I'm planning on going through him fast, just copying page after page and then focus on each part, really geting to know it.
    It's because I really have to revise my human anatomy, have never even studied legs and feet and I know little of the torso.
    As I've been progressing I've been trying to apply what I've learned onto the next pieces.. building hands with chunks first etc. I really love his sketches, they are loose and fluent..
    I also found an AC Adapter from a website.. I hope I don't get scammed and maybe in a week or so I'll be painting digitally again.

    ArtOrder blog has a challenge that I've started sketching a bit on. The good thing about this challenge is that it's basically an old D&D brief, so it gives first-hand insight on how it is to follow guide-lines for say a magic card or so. And as I really would like to work for WotC in the future, this is gold worth
    More on that with some sketches added later.
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    Really lovely dinos. I you're looking for some inspiration on that from, you cn heck out sammys sb. He's got some really wonderful dinos there (not to mention other stuffs).Link Eye candy is right! Pretty lines...

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    Pixie Trix - Haha thanks, I dont get it whats so good about them lines
    I had never seen his sb before! thank you, really kickass stuff there, especially the dinos!




    Some more studies..

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    Amazing work man. That "burning" piece gave me the willies.

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    Hello old friend!

    I am so proud to see your achievements. It's great how you improved a lot in your vision of details and finished works. You are depriving yourself of needles lines and scratches which is a step forward. Clear design and view of it is the key.

    Faces are still a bit of problem. Work more on the eyes and types of faces. The eyes are particularly small in your cases. Try to demarcate typical forms of female and male faces. Use Burne Hogarth How To Draw The Human Head, here is the link http://www.scribd.com/doc/2580517/vi...Human-head-eng. Just doing sketches of heads when totally copying them will help you achieve further success with human heads drawing.

    Start drawing bodies in full height and work with outlines more. The silhuette must be recognisable and clear.

    I have no time and desire to give you more tolerable critiques because I am not up-to-date with your new SB . I will be happy if I helped - G

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    Uuuuuuuuu yes yes! i see! the lines are beautiful! /clap /clap ! Need to work more on the anatomy.. i m stuck bad at bones!!!!!!! and proportions! Pftttt!!!!! The hands are wonderful!

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    Did you made them from your head =.= ? lol

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    ok ok xD now i see Bridgman

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    Top notch! you make me want to do more anatomy studies ... I gotta get me some Bridgman!

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    Reading how you wouldn't mind working for WotC made me think of a post I'd seen a while ago. Yet another link.

    And about the linework: you manage to capture a great deal of detail with a fairly limited set of strokes which maintains readability and clarity. However, they are also have a great deal of oganic-sim (I don't know the right word) that lends realism. The fine line weight is also "out of fashion" so to speak here on CA so it is also unique and different. The con side, is that when you aren't completely sure of the shape (faces stick out right now, just as an example..practice like you're doing and you'll master them in no time!) you can get quite messy as you try and find the form.

    Unfortunately I can't quite manage a psych breakdown with that, but hopefully this'll suffice.

    Just comment on the figures: watch proportion, you have a couple of people with abnormally short legs or large heads etc.



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    Nice sketchbook. Keep it up!

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    wow och shit både majbritt och pomfritt!! I have so much to learn from you _Dile my guy! how effortlessly you relate to colour and painting (seamingly) and how good the results are! do you practice speed painting alot or all these dragons do you take the regular half a day or a couple like most people(?)?
    keep up your awesome dragons! really like the style, they're certainly not mainstream-looking!
    I want to challenge you to be more daring with poses though! kinda like that latest fishdragon I did you know.. I spent alot of time erasing, correcting och slet mitt hår over the pose, getting the foreshortening right and composition of it all etc
    but all-in-all I'm just really inspired and why the waffles didn't I check out your sketchbook until now???

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    Alot of great stuff here. Inspiring!

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    Zaorr - Thanks man!


    Clanlord - Good to see you friend! thank you for the book, really needed it. Still working with my humans, realize I know so little.


    Theodora - Hey, thanks it's a bit mixed. Some or mind, most are from bridgman.


    shambok - Thanks, yea studies are great! You can get the books here pn the forum http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=131117


    Pixie Trick - Another great link! and thanks for the breakdown, interesting to hear!


    mariusz - thanks!


    Kingkostas - Will do!


    Nim - haha! Thanks. You are mistaken, I'm not Dile_ anyhow.. Dragons were around 1-2 hours, tried to keep it to a minimum. I've allways been drawing stuff static so yea it's something I have to work on. Tack så mkt!


    Krel - Thank you!


    Lyle Moore - thanks





    Some studies and COW thumbs for the 'Zombie Dinosaur' theme (fits me perfectly ) I should get a new scanner. It's over 10 years old, sort of rapes my drawings...
    Thanks for your inputs everyone, nice to hear!

    *edit* since links appeared to be broken I uploaded them
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    Freaking awesome !!!!! Thanx so much!

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    ah justja! skit också pinsamt, Anyway I see now that I'm arsed to check all your pages that you do do challenging posing and with foreshortening on awesome looking dinosaurs aswell but request still stands purely for the sake of my appetite, btw your latest post are all broken links for me??

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    YAY!! your doin studies! keep on doin them! your really gonna explode now man!

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    Sick work! Your creatures are pretty intense but your humans need work Keep up the studies, you're doing great and the improvement is great

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    Really great work. I like the Bridgman studies you are doing, they will definitely pay off. Just out of curiosity, how long do you spend drawing a day?

    Anyways, although it has been mentioned several times, you heads seem to be a couple steps behind your other work. I found the best way to learn to draw heads (although I still am not very good at it) is to learn various simplified heads from different artists, and then move onto the features later. I can see you already are looking at Bridgman, and Hogarth was mentioned, but don't forget to look at Loomis and others. You can google "Asaro head" to see a more planar approach. And Kevin Chen has some good simplification going on (of both the figure and head): http://www.angelfire.com/art3/kchendemos/

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    Shambok - you're welcome

    nim - haha lugnt, det har hänt mig också. I fixed the links, hopefuly works for ya now?
    Oh and yeah, your request will be done when I can paint digitally again.. by the way, din sb är sjukt bra. Jag gillar verkligen de sexuella bilderna, riktigt vackra.
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    jackpot_anjr90 - Yeah, I really feel I'm geting somewhere on my humans since I took up bridgman.

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    - Thank you, hmm in general I'd say about 2-3 hours a day, I expect it'll increase when I can work digitally again. And thanks for the link, really great stuff. I'm working on bridgman now, and after that gonna pick up loomis and hogarth. Thanks for the tips!


    Hey everyone, I don't have a computer anymore since my dad's home and he wanted his laptop back. Trying to get time to scan some stuff now and then. I have a really bad cold too.. oh well, here's some bridgman.
    Scanner really ruined my HB shades so they look a bit messy, edited contrast to make them stand out a lot more. It might look like ink or something black, but it's mechanical pencil with hb lead. It's great for lines and crosshatching, but I can't get intuitive with shading as with a chunk of graphite or coal.. will have to get some other tools to play with

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    Looks all nice and spiffy to me! Nice work. Hehe, wish I could get as much expression out of a mech. pencil as you do.

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    =.= so much work! Keep it goin! lol xD

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    danm dude!! your really killing those bridgemen studies. Great work! i gotta crack open some bridgemen again.
    have a good one man keep it up
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    Skönt att se flera svenska konstnärer på CA, bara sett några få Gillar sketchboken, lägg upp mer daawg.

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    Great Bridgman studies, keep em coming!

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