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    Burl's book - 1st march - page 4

    Burl's book - 1st march - page 4

    Burl's book - 1st march - page 4

    Burl's book - 1st march - page 4

    Burl's book - 1st march - page 4

    Burl's book - 1st march - page 4

    Burl's book - 1st march - page 4

    Burl's book - 1st march - page 4

    Burl's book - 1st march - page 4
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    Thanks for posting a close-up of the caveman's face. When I looked at the full-sized image, I assumed all of the features of the face (particularly the bridge of the nose and the cheek) were blurred together. Looking at it now I can see the highlights standing out much more clearly.

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    teowil; thanks. yeah i was worried the face didnt read well. gonna do some more concepts of that guy i think and try and clear it up.

    Burl's book - 1st march - page 4

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    lovely work!

    want to se moreeeee

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    I like the bears alot, these characters are fun...keep going, maybe some figure studies too?

    -love

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    WoLf: thanks!
    rlove: thankyou. :] i will probably get round to figure studies soon i think

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    15 hours drawing today and now i'm waiting around for the chiu stream but i am so worn out dsgfsgfdgsdg
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    The way you color really makes his garb look fluffy. The lighting on the upper torso is really nice, too. But his lower half looks a little too dark to me. Is the light source pointing upward, or downward?

    Sorry if they're lame critiques. I'm just now getting into critiquing again so I'm kind of learning as I go. If what I'm saying isn't hitting right or doesn't make sense please tell me. xD I won't mind.

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    Nice work man! I guess you could apply the same render though out the piece, I think that will be great. And maybe some more dramatic lighting (or more intensity in there).
    Whooooo! Another guy following the Chiu stream! Theyre amazing!!!!!!! But alas I'll need to be up at 5am to catch them live

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    Cool characters, nice expressions.
    I like your use of color but I think it needs more contrast sometimes.
    cheers

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    teowli; cheers man. i know what you mean about the dark legs, but i was aiming to have the upper part stand out and have the rest receding kinda into the background. could still use more work though! the light source is supposed to be upper left

    bendragon; thanks! yes the chiu stream is awesome. but being in england sucks! i missed it live last night. i made it to 3am but i was so tired and worn out it felt like i wouldn't get much out of it, so i went to bed. but at least they're recorded.

    ricardo, thank you. yeah, man, i'm really weak with colour. it's something i need to focus more on!

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    trying out a new buildup approach i read from this blog - http://adamscreation.blogspot.com/20...er-street.html

    seems to make a huge difference. looking forward to playing around with it more because i messed a few things in this experiment. feels quite flat at the moment

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    looking good man! Totally digging your cartoony style. Keep it up!

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    hey thanks man. let's see what tomorrow brings!

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    Oooh I love your work!
    And oh dear the pooh cartoon made me giggle..

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    @luciole; thanks!

    just a sketch for today of some odd characters i saw at the bus station...

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    dayum it's been too long for an update. ive been drawing but everything coming out has been poo. here is a shark boxer concept sketch.

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    Verry funny concepts man, keep it up !!!

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    nice work!, care more the anatomy
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1254967710
    for this one example quite strange

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    that winnie the pooh with diabetes thing just made my day! sooo funny. you should do one with eeyore (sp?) the donkey trying to kill himself, hes too depressed. or tigger snootin some blow. ok sorry, did i take it too far? great work btw.
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    @brun: thanks!
    @towy: thankyou! yes indeed. im gonna do more bridgemen studies n stuff along with my random concepts
    @nickybeats: haha awesome! i think elwell mentioned tigger having ADHD. ive thought about drawing up characters and even an animation but thats mostly been fluffy head thoughts, so who knows =D apparently that image has made it's way to 4ch =o

    just a standard bridgeman study to show for today

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    I'm working on a piece with a bunch of knights having a round of intense Jenga. Still getting an idea of the values first before getting jiggy with colour.

    Composition is based roughly on Rembrandt's The Feast of Belshazzar

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    xmas illustration. i also forgot to post - my entry for the self portrait day. done in oils over 2 days, alla prima over the top of an underpainting.
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    nice update what media is that? acrylic ?

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    Love your self portrait, it looks very traditional.

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    haha this is some great work man. i love it.

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    @Krata: thanks man it's done in oil paint.
    @Bummer6: thanks!
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    Hey dumpling - I've been hanging round this site for a while now, but just had to register so I could tell you that I just love the Santa Sack - made my day I really admire great cartoons for the painting skill as well as the humor - don't know how you think of them.

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    @emsr: WOW. i feel honoured you would sign up just for something i did! thankyou!

    here is street fighter fan art. it's still unfinished. my lack of understanding of muscle structure is starting to hurt

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    OMG the weenie the pooh drawing made me literally LOL!

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