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    Nice lightsaber staff! Loving it^^

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    this is awsome! great anatomy and skills!

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    wow great stuff i love it
    what medium is that on post 6?

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    Awesome, really awesome! you can actually feel the pressure, the weight and the volume in your sketches

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    nice studies here

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    Hey nice life drawing studies! For your 3d model, may i ask why your're making diff. parts of the pieces separately and comping them together? It would be much easier to block out the form first, and work on the details in the final step, just like any drawings initially, just a suggestion......I'd like to see some more 3D from you, your concepts are very apealing

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    Thanks very much, guys. Appreciate the comments. blu_dragon, the kitparts I build will be used to create a 3d poseable model to render from. They'll be made separately and rendered off this way (once I'm happy with a pose / choice of poses) as it makes it easier to edit and balance. I'll undoubtedly apply other layers / passes in photoshop to bind all the elements together. This is what I meant by 'comping' and find it a great way to work. The emphasis will also focus on ZBrush skills. Thanks for your posts, all.

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    Some really nice stuff in here slayer! would love to see the seated ogre at the bottom of post#1 all finished and polished.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyFatThing View Post
    wow great stuff i love it
    what medium is that on post 6?
    Hi Happy - the first 10 images are all 40 min sketches in PShop, if you mean the hog-warrior in roman armour?

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    Quote Originally Posted by latigid View Post
    Some really nice stuff in here slayer! would love to see the seated ogre at the bottom of post#1 all finished and polished.
    Thanks Latigid! To be honest, that was a U-turn - come - mutation of the roman slave girl sketch above. I like to show a wide range of materials and surfaces, so I thought an ugly ogre with sexy slave girl would be a good contrast. A bit of a Jabba with Leia-slave scenario. I will return to the idea... one day.

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    Nice work! I like the range of character ideas you're presenting here. The life studies are really enjoyable. I see some proportion errors (the first study, really) but the anatomy and attention to detail is beautiful. Finish up that Imperial Royal Guard!

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    Cheers, Mr. Wilhelm. Imp Guard will definitely see completion.. am having a mini-break to give attention to other project but 'watch this space'.

    Like your website, by the way. Pirate Liche especially.

    Thanks for your post.

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    Thanks for stopping by. I can tell Im going to get a lot of candy from this thread. Great work!

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    Mhmmmm great concepts. I like.

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    I like the image of the imperial guard. But I am unsure about the whole 3d model and so forth. I rarley find them convincing as a painting so I'd much rather you stayed with the original sketch and finish it up. It is up to you of course, those were just my 2 cents.

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