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    Cheers for stopping by, lennon - appreciate your comments.

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    Hey! Got anything new for us?

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    UPDATE!

    Hey Liz.

    Yeah, I must've appeared a bit lazy of late! In truth, I've just been spending the free-time with traditional painting and organising another entry for an April exhibition. Oh, but I did complete a wedding present for some close friends and can post it now (as they opened it this weekend). They were quite chuffed I think, and I was mighty relieved that the response was good!

    So... not exactly new - as this piece's been keeping me busy on-and-off since November (what with organising the drying time of oil paint). Is still my favourite medium and I'm midway through another painting which I shall photograph tonight and post up progress.

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    Ah, it's so good to hear they liked it!!

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    Too right - bit of a load off, plus delivering it freed up some much-needed studio space. Started blocking in another piece which I'll chip away at whilst another portrait is drying. I was too eager to get stuck in so I rushed the underpainting stage. There's no deadline for this one, so I'll just keep building on it methinks and keep the brushwork quite 'choppy'. (sorry for the crap photo).

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    Your sketches are really beautiful and nice! Keep it coming!

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    Thanks, isissousa. Am kicking off some life drawing classes again next week so I'll post progress here. Assuming I can remember how to hold a pencil properly.. been a while!

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    Titan Explorer

    3ds Max / Photoshop

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    Variant Explorer

    Playing around with Mental Ray some more...

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    Life Drawing

    Finally, courses have begun again! Pickings from this evening's session.

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    loving your life drawings! keep on going, your style on the digis/paintings is very unique!
    >>>Sketchbook<<<
    "First ask yourself: What is the worst that can happen? Then prepare to accept it. Then proceed to improve on the worst.”

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    Wow those live drawings are awesome. I really like the head. Really nice 3D models as well!

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    Ogihara, mitchoo - thanks fellas. About time I dusted this sketchbook off properly, more to follow.

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    Ooh, love that mech and those life drawings are great! Great job on the lying down one, looks spot on.

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    Thanks Liz. Where you been???

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegrayslayer View Post
    Thanks Liz. Where you been???
    Busy with super lame things

    Got any new stuff?

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    Been a bit lazy on the painting front - I blame the nice weather! This week's life drawing, was a lot of quick sketches to make me realise I need to build my speed up again.

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    life drawing... continued

    Just the one from this week. Same pose next time, but I think I'll start afresh.

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    Vampirella redesign

    Moodboard and final submission for a competition to redesign a Vampirella cover. Not entirely successful, but I just ran out of time to fine-tune. Good fun in the making though! Thanks to Carola Cudemo for the reference!

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    Ice Mistress (working title)

    Some sketches towards my next painting. I'm pleased to say I'm working closely with Carola Cudemo again. She is a great model and very helpful when it comes to bouncing ideas back and forward. This piece is a cold - ice 'Beast Mistress'. Playing on the Beauty and the Beast theme, I'm looking forward to painting fur, metal, skin, hair, etc. so these sketches are to help my understanding ahead of the 'final' piece. Is great to sketch Carola anyway!

    The beasts are going to be blinded, led by the Mistress. Am part-way though sketching these out in ZBrush and I imagine them to have warhorse-like armour over the face... work in progress still.

    I'll post progress shots when I begin the paint-job, and some more working sketches to keep this sb alive!

    Cheers,

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    Carola sketch

    Lunchtime sketch, 30 mins or so. Am trying to get confidence up to start the final painting...

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    Carola Cudemo Study

    Another quick study of Carola. Not pleased with the likeness, I don't think it does the model justice! Learned a bit more though so I guess it did it's job.

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    Ice Princess sketches

    More sketches towards an upcoming painting, a snow scene with barbarian woman with 'pets'.

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    Ha, I love the beast! Lovely studies, too. This will rock.

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    Today's lunchtime sketch

    30 mins

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    sketchbook scan

    latest page.. trying to turn out a sketch or two daily.

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    Hey, thanks for stopping by my sketchbook! Love your works... great studies and paintings!
    "We all have 10000 bad drawings in us so the sooner you get them out the better" - Walt Stanchfield

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    Your life drawings are gorgeous!

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    Thanks for the encouragement, Baudolino / lohes - much appreciated.

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