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    Hiya

    Thanks for your comment.

    Nice SB lovely atmosphere on the harlequin and I love the Robot Pamela. Interesting to see 3D and 2D together, I'm wanting to have a go myself, recommend a good program to get started with?
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    Hey Angel, thanks for dropping in!

    Thankyou for feedback also. I work with Studio Max (2010) during the day job and have found it to be much more accessible than Maya. However, others will tell you the complete opposite - I think it very much depends which one you learn first! If sculpting is your thing, have a whirl at ZBrush or Mudbox if you haven't already. It's a bit more instant than learning all of Max's little foibles. Be interested to see what you come up with / what you think to it.

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    I like the painting of your daughter. The colors are warm and nostalgic.
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    Thanks Hannah. Just a wip tho, she's a 'girly' girl so pink will be the main... <sigh>

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    Ahh that's looking gorgeous, great to see you finally making a start!
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    Ha! Cheers, Liz. The nipper is very excited about seeing progress so this one will definitely be finished soon. In fact, she's threatening to be the hardest client I've ever had to please!!! I'm gonna underpaint another 2 portraits over the next fortnight too. Watch this space...

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    hey! thanks for stopping by my SB, sorry for the late reply

    those figures are looovely, and i love your super graceful harlequin too! except I imagined her in a bit more lively environment...not that that somber one isn't awesome also!

    but about that scooter chick...if you haven't noticed, women's breasts aren't usually the size of their heads. keep dreaming! bahahahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by gabs View Post
    hey! thanks for stopping by my SB, sorry for the late reply

    those figures are looovely, and i love your super graceful harlequin too! except I imagined her in a bit more lively environment...not that that somber one isn't awesome also!

    but about that scooter chick...if you haven't noticed, women's breasts aren't usually the size of their heads. keep dreaming! bahahahaha
    Hahaha! Ah, but she's no 'usual' woman. There was a bit of back-story to the Chow and she was a cyborg inspired by Pamela Anderson. Therefore, all scale constraints are off! In fact, I think I dialed them back a bit for the final render..

    I need to rethink the harlequin. I like how the sketch turned out but the Nazi assassin thing has reached it's end I think (in that I've lost interest in the idea). I may pick up again from an earlier point...

    Cheers for stopping by, and keep updating your sb. Will follow progress.

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    TCIII - Tarot Card Contest

    Right, about time I updated this thread so I'll be posting my first scribblings on some ongoing projects. In the meantime, these are what kept me busy through January (Team Chow III).
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    DnD project

    To kick off a new personal project; some sketchbook work towards 'the Cavalier'. I'm updating and restyling characters from Dungeons and Dragons. That's the cartoon series of course, not the film-durge with Jeremy Irons in it.

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    I'm just gonna go out on a limb here and assume you like Vikings and Medieval stuff :p

    I really liked the crazy old man in the lower right of post 61.
    You nailed the Values.

    I think you should spend more time on your sketches and drawings.

    The way I learned was to just keep going until it looks right.
    Or until I'm about to jump off the balcony.
    You'll draw faster the more you do it, so at first it'll take hours, maybe days (Which it did for me) but later it might take you one or two hours to get the necessary info down.

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    Cheers, Reedux.

    In terms of looking right with the drawings, I generally keep going with a sketch until it fulfills what it was supposed to. For example, the latest project where I'm looking at poses swiftly and colour swatches, etc. Am not too concerned about hitting every detail and value at this stage, that will occur when all the prep is done and I'm working on the 'final' piece.

    I probably did rush the last 2 portraits - as I did each during a half-time of the footy (FA Cup weekend is a hinderance!) - but I still think they answered the question. Am happy with the look of the dude for the Cavalier, and I can move on to the other characters now.

    Thanks again for stopping by though, and your comments. Keep your stuff updated, also.

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