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    ☆☆☆☆☆Kambei went Pro.☆☆☆☆☆ //Daniel Tillers Sketchbook//

    Ok well i started a sketchbook last year but i thought i needed a new start. Somewhere to post only recent work.


    I'm pretty new to working digitally in terms of painting (only 12 months or so)

    I currently work in Visual Effects ( film) but am looking to move into concept art as a full time occupation. I thought I would use this sketchbook to map out my progress as I attempt to put a decent portfolio together.

    I graduated in 2003 with an illustration degree but pretty much neglected my artwork for a couple of years (except for a few tour posters i did for bands).
    Now i'm looking to really knuckle down and land my dream job as a concept artist.

    PLEASE GO TO THE BACK PAGES FOR MORE RECENT WORK.

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    Here's a few digital enviros ive been working on...

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    I tend to do most my sketching or doodles with a cheap biro or ball point pen..

    will post some more soon as i was far to slack with my last sketchbook.

    Crits welcome.....

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    ooooooh the first picture is so awesome!! i wish it would hang over my bed ^______^

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    Woah! Very nice man, and in ballpoint nonetheless. O_O

    Two digital pics above it looks solid too, really cool colours on the first one and the second one looks like a photo almost. =O

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    Ballpoint =O, skills hehe. keep it up man

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    Honeymoon, Imaginary and Chocolate Thanks guys, always nice to get good feed back.


    Seeing as i've been trying to get my digital skills up to scratch i've started doing some speedpaintings. (landscapes)

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    I must say your works are very good. I love this landscape you did (and the others above it) the sense of realism is almost overpowering.

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    Nice one there.
    I liek the textures used and the atmosphere.

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    Hatton Slaydon & Janos - Thank you!

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    Thanks for stoppin by my sb!
    Loving the chimp, finish it pleeeeeeease.....

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    cool stuff man, the landscape is mucho nice!

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    Thanks for the comment!
    Nice sketchbook you have here. I especially like this landscape:
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1263144271
    The colours are beautiful.
    Keep up drawing in general, I would like to see some more quick sketches. Quite often they are the ones that show what you should focus to improve on.
    Nice monkey, you should finish it.
    Loving it though, keep on drawing.

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    hello mate, you have very interesting works here, and different .
    Great rendering in some of them also.
    Keep up the good work

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    cool things, esp. post 2, and that landscape is delicious

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    Hatton Slaydon - Thanks, a sense of realism is something i've been trying to work on.
    Janos- Thank you Sir!
    andres333 - Thanks, will do eventually i promise.
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    FraserMcT - Will post some sketches soon, Cheers.
    Kingkostas - Will do, same to you!
    dan liimatta - Thanks dude.



    I though i would post a step by step of this WIP i've been working on.

    Comments & crits appreciated...

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    The best thing i have learned with photoshop is to work big with large blocks of general color and/or value. Then save the details for last. And use a hard brush because its easier to go back and soften edges later. You can set the brush to have opacity that is responsive to pen pressure, aswell as size (although i suggest a big chunky square brush of uniform size).

    Anyways, check out Randis Albion's videos, or perhaps Daarken's. They both offer great advice.

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    man. that monkey is sketch is killer. made my jaw drop ;P

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    Awesome SB Kambei!! Love the landscapes but you gotta finish that chimp. Keep up the good work my friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolbbq View Post
    The best thing i have learned with photoshop is to work big with large blocks of general color and/or value. Then save the details for last. And use a hard brush because its easier to go back and soften edges later. You can set the brush to have opacity that is responsive to pen pressure, aswell as size (although i suggest a big chunky square brush of uniform size).

    Anyways, check out Randis Albion's videos, or perhaps Daarken's. They both offer great advice.
    Yeah i know i really should block in all the colour first but im just a sucker for getting stuck into the most detailed areas. I guess thats the part i enjoy the most.

    Will check out those videos though!


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    Turbosnail - Thanks man, I'll finish it eventually.

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    Love the chimp drawing. Biro is fantastic for those kinds of varying textures. Your sense of colour in the two landscape drawings is also good. The second has a very nice gradient towards the horizon.

    Keep em coming And ty for visiting my sketchbook too.

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    I gotta agree with everyone on the landscapes. They look real as #$%^.

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    pretty nice , but that Mash-up of pictures with the girl and jelly fish -- don't stretch pictures it makes things looks unrealistic and people will tell right away -- when ever something looks off that's were the eye races too and focuses on. but i know your still working on it , keep up the good work.

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    Wow im really envious I like the first one uploaded

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    Whoooaaa, that monkey is crazy! Nice stuff man!

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    Wicked start to the new sketchbook! Really nice rendering on the chimp's face.

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    It looks promising; though I would agree that you could at least block the the colours out a bit better before you focus on the face on the latest

    Now Finish it ~

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    thanks for visiting my sketchbook!
    great stuff in here. love your latest wip

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    Wow. So little post, so much variety!! Great rendering technique, and great photocompositions! Please post more, so that you can percieve your work in a better fashion.

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    Ok so i deleted the jellyfish piece as it has been giving me jokes.

    Jangmai - Thanks man, gotta love good old biro soo underrated!
    Lapada - You're right it just did'nt work things looked stretched, I've deleted it for now. (Will go back and fix at some point).
    DomasPorada - Thank you!
    Jamesy - Cheers Senoir!
    Royzy - Glad people like the Chimp!
    dan liimatta - will do with the rest. I just could'nt resist getting stuck straight into the details.
    sarbro - No probs, Thanks.
    lennon - Thanks sir, i'm planning on posting more.



    People seem to like the landscapes i've been doing so here's another....

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