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    cool designs

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    I've just discovered the wonders of Photoshop + Wacom tablet... so there are some sketches.

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    " Quand un mec raconte une histoire tout en urinant, on appelle ça un récipissé. "
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    oh good that you're working with a drawing tablet, it'll make you work more efficiently and make more updates yay!
    Cant wait to see more

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    nice stuffs u got here keep up

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    Thank you guys ! 8]
    I'm working on shadowing... and the second one is a concept for a Halo-themed illustration a friend asked me for.

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    WOW! cant believe I didn't see this sb before! love your style mate, keep em coming!!

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    digging how you handle watercolors.
    also HALO

    keep up the good work.

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    I really like your fine line control- swift and clean strokes without much wandering, and that's something I'm trying to learn. Keep it coming!

    Don't bother looking at my sketchbook. I haven't updated that thing in years. :/
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    Some skinny alien, and a few hands.

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    Holy schizzle, this sb is so neat. Subscribed keep them coming!

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    wow..great stuff here..cool faces.can't wait to see more

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    Thank you. :]
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    Someone knows how to change the thread thumbnail BTW ?

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    Some portraits of my classmates... a raider, and anatomy "studies" (not really studies since it's from memory, and I don't know human myology by heart, so it's just playing around).

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    hehe, great updates, keep up the great work!

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    Awesome drawings! You have a very good hand and expressive line (and great visual imagination, of cause). It was (and will be) a real pleasure to see your works!

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    Thank you very much guys !
    Sketches... people, and monsters (the people are from imagination, the monsters are not).
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    You know what ? Photoshop is dangerous : it's too easy. 'gotta draw on paper back again.

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    great sketches!!! I can see you are enjoying your wacom tablet XD continue a montrer des dessins!

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    FINALY!awesome update and effin amazin lines!Would loce to see some finished/colored stuff!

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    i'm loving the spirit you give to your sketches. keep it up~

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    Thanks guys
    I'll be posting some new things in the very near future. With no color though, I don't have time to paint at the moment... school work is chronophage !

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    Mostly pencil sketches :

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    This WAS supposed to be my girlfriend... but she actually doesn't look anything like that. o_o
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    And this is an underwater exploration vehicle, somewhere between the Nautile submarine and MGS4's Gekkōs. It works on steam.
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    Last edited by Jingo; October 29th, 2010 at 02:54 PM.
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    really love this update! nice sketches, keep up the great work

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    nice. What is the dragon burning in #52?

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    Thanks. ;]
    It is a kind of siege tower (or sambuque) the humans placed here to prevent the dragons from getting out from the deeps of the earth...

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    Hey man, great stuff, I really like the looseness in your work, youre not afraid to make mistakes which works in your favor because it gives your work life. I think you'd enjoy this guy's work, very similar style to yours.

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    Hey, very cool style you've got there. Lots of imagination and nice designs. Keep updating.

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    Je pense que je ne serai pas très original en disant que ton trait est classe, tu arrives a avoir un trait posé d'un coup et n'alourdis pas tes dessins avec des fanfreluches inutiles ( tout mon inverse ) et pour l'encrage ça fonctionne très bien.

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    Thank you mates ! No, I'm not afraid to punch through a wall or bend over the edge of a cliff ! I'm learning by taking risks, trying to draw what I can't usually draw !

    I'm using pencil again. I had forgotten how great it was; drawing values... you can't do with a pen. Or hardly. Hopefully I'll have some free time in two or three weeks (depending on how fast I finish my animation homework), and I'll begin with oil painting... hopefully with a model... if not, with a photo reference. Actually we have models at the school here in India, but they're not professional models, they're just the guys working on the construction site (the school is not finished building...) being hired by our teachers; so they can't really understand the "posing" thing, you know... after all, modeling is a work on its own.

    @dessinateurimpulsif : (j'aime bien le nickname ^^) je ne trouve pas que ton trait soit fanfreluché (je t'ai compris, tu veux dire "plein de barbistouilles"), à vrai dire je dirais plutôt le contraire... enfin ! Je me languis d'avoir à nouveau un modèle devant moi, pour pouvoir le fanfrelucher un peu ! (merci d'être passé btw ;])

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    Your work is looking great. Love those hands. Keep them coming!

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