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    perspective study

    just a perspective study that's still a WIP. any suggestions on what this guy should be riding? also, i know some of his anatomy is off, especially w/ his silly leg. haha.. WHAT SHOULD HE RIDE?!?!? URRRHGHGGHGG... environment is subject to change, i just put random shit to make it look 'filled' up. :3

    also, notice my ghetto make-shift horizon perspective grid??
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    I think your perspective tool is awesome. And admirable since i know im to lazy to incorporate them in my work (atleast for now)

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    Wait is that a tool? I keep seeing stuff like that but have no idea how to get to it or use it.

    Also, it's looking good!

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    hands+torso

    @lolbbq: thank you very much buddy :3 it helped a great deal when i decided to subtract a bunch of other elements from that picture and decided to incorporate some sort of perspective.

    @Enydimon: umm I believe there is a tool in PS CS2/CS3, but I didn't know how to access it either, so I just improvised and used the Shift+Left Click with the brush to make straight lines lol... and I do hope it turns out good, thank you!

    so I didn't get to attend that crimson dagger session this morning cuz work cut into it, but i'll get to that after this post here are just some practices I did during work.

    1st image: studying my left hand!
    2nd image: trying to study the torso..?
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    perspective work update!

    om nom nom, working on this right now, just wanted to show what little progress i made.

    i finally decided what he should be riding, something that's a cross between a chocobo and some moth thing, (not sure if u can read the antennas on its head). still needs more rendering before its easily readable.
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    Keep it up, it's looking good.

    BTW, I figured out how to use the vanishing point tool in photoshop, it's actually kind of easy if you tinker around with it and look up some things.

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    perspective work update!

    @Enydimon: thanks eny! looks like I'll have to mess with PS more to find that vanishing tool, or use the power of google ..

    so I worked on this further while watching the Pacquiao vs Cotto boxing match. woooot pacman wins anyways, while I was working on this perspective study I had mr. Kekai's website opened and I got inspired by his snow scene battle with the knight. So.. I kinda incorporated that kind of environment on this.

    I don't know what to do about the character in the picture, does he look good as is?
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    Yeah, it's actually a lot easier than I thought. It should be under the filter menu or you can go ctrl+Alt+V. Set it up(make sure you have a layer for the vanishing point stuff) and then there's a small arrow at the top right where you click it, a menu comes down, and you can tell it to render it to photoshop. Backspace to get rid of any planes you don't want.

    I think you're showing too much of the side of the bird/moth's head. We should be seeing more of the top portion.

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    splashing some color on this sketchbook FFFUUU~

    @Enydimon: thanks for pointing that out, I didn't realize that portion of the bird :3. Gonna try to fix that later

    lol still life practice w/ the crimson daggers xD gonna render this out more maybe tomorrow morning while i fill in other time with anatomy studies GGGAAAHHHH~

    good for practicing color xD
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    You got some great stuff going on here man. I really like your studies, especially the photostudy.

    Keep it up!

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    still life wip

    @Spaggen: thanks Spaggen!

    started working on this more after I got home from work, but then I stopped about 35 minutes into it because I realize that the only light source I used was at 6 AM .

    continuing it tomorrow and rendering it out more, plus shadows and highlights xD.
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    foreshortening w/ movement

    loomis study. trying to depict movement and foreshortening in perspective, though i did not draw the vanishing point. lol xD
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    Good to see you join up with the Crimson Daggers. I'd join, but I feel like I'm too busy, lol.

    Your proportions are looking a lot better. Keep it up!

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    @Enydimon: thanks a lot buddy! yeah there are now 3 streams for crimson daggers, really helpful stuff, but of course gotta keep up the studies on my own too and keep it consistent xD... I'll keep going forth!!!
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    zomg anatomy

    really need to vary out my poses.. anyways here's what i did while i was at work xD
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    hogarth heads

    some study for crimson but also for myself, kinda sped through this one though, ball and wedge approach for head formation o.o
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    still life finished

    finally getting this still life out of the way. Rendering metal objects is a challenge, so definitely going to work on that for the next still life. It was good practice for coloring overall. The lighting is a bit off due to working on this @ different times of the day, which I don't recommend if your light source is natural light + indoor light.
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    blocks+flesh+muscles

    a variety study, but.. not so in-depth 3':

    these were done at work. gonna do an in-depth study after this post!!!
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    Keep going! Your proportions will be awesome in no time!

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    dump

    @Enydimon: roger that sir Eny!

    OM NOM NOM NOM...

    just random scrap sketches... guy with the mohawk is my MGO character Teapo, u can see a pencil drawing of my MGO characters on the first post in my sketchbook... on the right is some random yeti thing.. lol xD
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    pose!

    several poses I did at work this morning. 3: trying to incorporate what I've learned so far from loomis... not sure if they're evident in this
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    flidias A - B

    found an old sketch of my interpretation of Flidias (Irish mythology), before I had studied anatomy..

    and then I did another sketch up of Flidias today at work, after having some knowledge of anatomy...

    not sure if there are major changes o.O
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    Definite improvement! You're getting good fast!

    Keep it uuuuuuuuup!

    Hey, I found something that may be of use to you: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=132023

    If you haven't found it yet.
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    riace warriors+nudity

    @Enydimon: thanks enydimon! nope, never found it until you linked me that xD. gonna try it out :3

    this was for my art hist. project. took the image of the riace bronze warriors statues and sketched a female version and kept the male figure but added weapon/shield to it...

    sorry about the lighting, had to use a camera since these were 18x24.. too big for scanner lulz
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    hey teapo!

    you crazy fool!!... you are smashing everything at once! persepective, still life.. colour! slow down, you are making the rest of us look bad.

    I just did some metal still life the other day. the trick to it is it's all in the reflections. glass is the same... it's ALL reflections and refractions.

    keep up the studies! more more more!
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    your face!!!

    @knoxie: thanks for the metal/glass tips knoxie xD. darn reflections!! i hope i'm not smashing everything at once... haha, maybe i should narrow down my studies a bit.. :3

    wow lately I haven't been updating daily, sorry about that. anyways happy thxgiving everywun
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    omg...

    wtf is wrong w/ me lately??? been slacking on my art since thanksgiving break started haha... trying to get back into the swing of things.. sorry guys!

    anyways, did black friday w/ a couple of friends, we were camping best buy from 9 PM til 5 AM, no camping equipment, but we did bring warm drinks and food :3
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    zombieland!+woody harrelson

    i was going to do some loomis studies after the previous post, however I wanted to get back to some photo studies/portraiture. so I have decided to do:

    Woody Harrelson w/ his Zombieland appearance
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    anyways, here are the construction lines and such

    (btw, got a second monitor for my digital art. dual monitor = win for reference XD)
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    woody harrelson update!

    got home from work and started working right away on this :3
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    Woody is lookin great man, your anatomy studies are also progressing, can really tell they've been helping with your concept work. Did you ever finish the one with the guy riding the bird? would love to see the fully rendered version.

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