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    I think I'm in love...With your artwork! Love the life you put into them; even the sketches! The frogs made me smile. Great job with textures too. The lighting and shading give your subjects a lot of weight and solidity even in the sketches. Don't see too many artists that can really accomplish that!


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    CocaTertoka, artmessiah, kingkostas, Cameronator, jsimeth, Lone Wolf, AveAlexii- thanks guys!!!! seriously all you guys encourage me so much!! Press on all of you! =)

    xiaocaca- Checked out Justin Bua's work. Cool stuff.

    AvisNocturna-They're so cute I want to squish them!

    Traveler-Just checkout the frogs on your SB! AAwesome studies!

    PixelGrunt-Hey G! thanks for dropping by to beetle's SB! When are you gonna start posting your genius work here?! Un til then may the darkside be with you. =P

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    love the horse. arabian? and the last lamb was my favorite, i think (:

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    Pooower(c)(Jeremy Clarkson)... I feel your sketches.

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    allie95- Yes In fact I think it is Arabian! How did you know?

    melman- Thanks!!!

    Here's a simple study I did several years back, of combining different animals attributes to create a new one. I plan on doing more of these in the near future so be on the look out!

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    Great drawings , a sharp style

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    The studies r great. especially likin the lions studies from the first page.

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    Myway, Jordan85- Thanks guys!

    Did another horse painting study but struggled with this one quite a bit. I think not understanding horse anatomy well enough and tackling it in perspective made it confusing to me. Anyways I think I'll try an easier angle next time...=)

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    Wow, great studies Bernie, really nice! Man, those bright highlights are so satisfying, they really make the animals look alive. Excellent choice of background colours too.

    Working at Blizzard must be preeetty cool. 8)

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    Love your drawings! The front of the last horse is just beautiful. The only problem I can see (not from my limited art knowledge, but from growing up with horses and seing them from every angle) is the back legs. They just seem to continue straight without bending too far low. The knee joint should be closer to the bulk of the body. I think your previous horse has a bit of the same anatomical problem, but it is not so visible from that side angle. For a horse anatomy picture that makes it clearer than I can describe, go here: scienceblogs.com/neurophilosophy/0003l.jpg

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    Jaro- Thanks and yes Blizzard is a fun place to work!

    Aqualeot- thanks for the input! I need to sit down and study the anatomy for sure!

    Here's a painting study of a chimp!

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    Again...really good works!!! amazing tecnique! thanx for that!

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    ay mang, i love dat grape ape!

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    Cool money, reminds me of 2001 a space odyssey

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    Love these animal studies!
    Isn't it amazing what nature has to offer?

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    DANKA, the cleveland stever, CocaTertoka- thanks guys!!

    NR43- Yup, nature is awesome!

    Here's a painting of a Finch, I think I need to focus more on lighting and color next time instead of the details....I love details so much that I get caught up in it sometimes and lose focus on what I'm trying to actually learn! =)

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    Here's a concept I did for the World of Warcraft, Burning Crusade Cinematic. It's a Draenei Paladin.

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    Oh man.. oh man... after being a avid player of world of warcraft for many years that last concept blows my mind... very nicely done indeed!

    Your posts never ceese to amazing me, 5 stars!

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    truly blizzardine experience

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    glaudarien- thanks! It's one of the first concepts I did when I started at Blizzard. I'm glad you like it.=)

    jollygoodfellow- =)

    Here's a very quick study I did for my wife's project in her art class. Yes I'm helping her!=) Here's her blog, http://colorfulimagination.blogspot....-and-more.html she makes clay flower arrangements and figurines. They're really cool so check it out!

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    Here's a water buffalo.

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    Great as usual, Bernie. Could I trouble you to write a few lines about your painting process? Do you work on different layers? Work from darks to lights?, etc. Thanks a lot.

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    Bernie, it seems like you've been making a solid progress with colors and lights especially within your animal paintings. It's good to paint details as long as they help you to understand the detail of colors and lights. Keep up with a fantastic job.



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    LOVE the horses, chimp and water buffalo. The WOW piece is stunning too!

    Excellent!

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    kingkostas, Jephyr X- Thanks!!! =)

    Traveler- Basically, for these studies that I'm doing, I'm using normal and multiply layers. I start off with mid tone colors for ever section of subject matter and then paint in darks and lights. Is that too simple of an explanation? Well I hope it helps. One day I'll do post with the study in different stages so you can see the progression.

    SR-5- You are correct! Thanks! =)

    Here's something I painted for my wife for V-day. She liked it!

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    The birds are so sweet! I can't imagine any woman not liking getting such a thoughtful gift

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    Good for you that you have a job, and you work for Blizzard. I still have a long way to go.

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    Thanks for the breakdown, Bernie. If you get around to posting a progression that would be great, too. The birds are just great. Lucky wife.

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    Just wonderful!

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