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    great sketches, great everything. so awesome!

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    Loving the faces Steve, niiiiiice! =) Great job on the crop, was jus checking out your strokes more carefully, is really good =) Will look great on the wall! =)

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    Solid stuff! I especially like the perspective line environments

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    Thanks guys. Couple of quick mess-abouts trying some stuff out..

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    very good work. I really like the cropped portrait and face sketches.

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    ezekrialase: Ty!

    Sean McClain: Thanks! Here's the prints. The frames are 20" x 16"...

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    these look great man! i have always wanted to make some prints, for like if i was going to comic con or something! how many prints did you do? and how expensive was it? if you dont mind me asking.

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    Cheers Nicky! I only got a couple of each so there wasn't a discount, but they were around £15 each on German etching paper. No doubt there's cheaper places tho.

    Had a spare hour waiting on some feedback on some work so decided to play a game for a change. Then changed my mind and painted some troll skin. Still figuring out the best way to get the result I'm looking for in terms of painting specularity etc. without manually painting in every pore or whatever and without descending into a ton of little shapes. Not quite there yet but getting closer I think..

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    Dude, the prints are EPIC! =)

    Love your landscapes as well man, your stuff's looking AWESOME! =) Have a great weekend man =)

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    Very interesting texture experiments. And man, those prints are fucking awesome. I love drawings in #690 too, Ian is evil indeeed.

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    Thanks guys -managed to get those prints submitted on time.. just.

    I've put together a mini tutorial on materials and light interaction if anyone's interested:
    http://veshkau.blogspot.co.uk/2012/0...heory-101.html

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    portrait in #697 is EPIC!

    how did you achieve that style? Different brushes?

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    What a great SB~
    Keep it up!

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    Awesome stuff lately, those prints are ace!

    I think your blog post was really nice too, something I really need to look into more. Was gonna mention viewing angle as an important factor in water/window reflections as well, but just noticed you had added that as well. Good stuff man.

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    Thanks a lot for the great tutorial. Of all the things about this topic, this is the clearest and most easily understandable that I've come across so far.

    I like how you break materials down in percentages. It's nice to have the perspective of somebody who understands 3D programs.

    Since it's called a Material 101, you gonna write a series of these? That would be the BEST THING EVER!

    You know, you can talk about how to render Surface Texture in photoshop for example, like how you did the troll skin thing. Would love to know your thoughts on that.

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    Your faces at #690 are awesome, those lines are absolutely beautiful. I hope some day a few years from now I can attain that level of confidence.

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    .:WoLf:.: Ty! Yeah, just different brushes I guess.

    Morningtea: Thanks!

    PieMonster: Cheers, glad you found the blogpost useful.

    continue: Thanks a lot - glad you got something out of it. I didn't really plan on doing more but if it's going to be some use to anyone then I might do.
    I'd still say the best way to learn specific materials is to study and experiment though. There's no substitute!

    Entity X: Ty! Bit of time and you'll be doing way better though.

    Had a pretty crazy week doing ~15 hours a day on client work because of a screw-up in timing so not got a lot I can show for now - just a few quickies...

    The cliff painting is a little test done from imagination trying to get more colour variation and using the RGB sliders instead of the usual HSL to choose colours. This was off the back of reading Lin Ran's tutorial on the subject which you should definitely have a look at if you're interested in colour at all:

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=148355

    Next.. a couple of messy material studies of cobbles. These weren't referenced directly but I looked through a lot of photos before painting and every now and again during.

    aaand... if you remember the logo I did a while ago for PPV racing (http://ppvracing.com) they got round to skinning their new truck with the logo splattered across. Quite cool to see it there!

    There was also some new footage of a game released at PAX in Boston this week which features a couple of the environments I did concepts for, which I can't show or even talk about yet but it was pretty amazing seeing it in action!

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    Cool sketchbook!

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    oh man! great sketchbook!

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    Very cool stuff in here.
    I've gotta check these tutorials you mentioned sooner or later, thanks for that.

    I'm curious on how you did that troll skin. Doesnt look like you painted in every shadow of the bumbs yourself, did you ?
    Maybe some kind of photoshop filter ?

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    shockowaffel: They were done with a brush which is pretty much a set of dots.. one brush mark for the shadows, one for the lit parts, then manipulate the shadows to fit and paint out/into them a bit. Hope that makes sense.

    Another random crappy landscape from imagination..

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    White plastic studies and a couple of thumbnail doodles. Bottom one was sort of based on something from Halo since the colours were oh so pretty. Still trying to get used to using only the RGB sliders to create colours. I wish there was some way to have the RGB and HSB sliders visible at the same time

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    Thank you for the tutorial on materials Steve, was really helpful practically. Nothing too much wrong, and you break down some of the concepts really well. If you haven't seen this already, check it out, it's for 3d but the colour principles apply in 2d. Cheers man =)

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    Thanks Ed - had a good read through that link and it really explains the colour side of things well. I'll probably add that into my dumbed down artist version on the blog soon. I've tried that specular technique in Photoshop before though, it's really good for getting your head around how a material behaves.

    Anyways, some more enviro thumbnails..

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    Heeey, the last updates looks really cool, keep it up

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    man the knocker is such a great piece! So good how you do the material studies, I really should start doing this. Also your envs are great.
    I'm a big fan

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    Oh man, these enviros fucking ROCK! Really love the ice scenes. The simply color scheme works really well.

    And that's a badass logo on the badass trucks ;D

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    Ice studies. The two greenish ones are a more stylised look, maybe a bit too cartoony though. Learnt quite a bit about the sub-surface scattering, speculars and colours from the more realistic one though so not a total waste of time

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    I don't think the ice looks cartoony, maybe a bi
    t more definition around the edges to give it some more form. Other than that great study as usual, mate. Always a pleasure stopping by!

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