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    Hi Arenhaus
    Love your sketches, cute, cool, and helpful!
    Love what you're doing over in the C&C threads too!

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    Need to fill this up!
    Finally Finished

    Mostly traditional media.
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    You have a very story-book illustrative style and it's entertaining to look at. Thanks for sharing.

    I will say that on those bear people I want to see a little bit more interaction of those toes with the floor. Perhaps having the toes fall on the plane of the floor instead of straight down on top of it would look more natural.

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    Hi matey

    happy new year my mate I hope its a good one

    all the best

    A great kind hearted lumbering bullock



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    Hey, love the illustrative style, stuff looks great.
    although those Procyonians are a little odd to me, not because of how you've drawn them (Lithreil already mentioned the feet), just because they have the touch of the furries about them

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyNSWOrLD View Post
    those Procyonians are a little odd to me, not because of how you've drawn them (Lithreil already mentioned the feet), just because they have the touch of the furries about them
    Cultural conditioning can be a frightful thing...

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    Thanks for comments, everyone whom I haven't thanked for comments specifically.

    Let's have some more stuff!

    (Yes, the filename is correct. This is really the 11th sketch done for this little illustration. With personal art and no deadline, one can afford to tweak till it looks right forever. )

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    This is sooo adorable, I can't help myself but to go squeeeeeeeeee!

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    Me Toooooooooo !! Sqeeeee

    whatever that means it sounds good to me LOL!! you are another one of my favourite weird brains mate and i mean that as the highest compliment I can offer. Get that last image painted up mate I cant wait its way crazy!!

    all the best to you as always

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conniekat8 View Post
    This is sooo adorable, I can't help myself but to go squeeeeeeeeee!
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    Me Toooooooooo !! Sqeeeee
    Let's do it together!

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    whatever that means it sounds good to me LOL!! you are another one of my favourite weird brains mate and i mean that as the highest compliment I can offer. Get that last image painted up mate I cant wait its way crazy!!
    Painting it was the idea. Thanks for the compliment, I love being a weird brain!

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    Okay, let's post more. I managed to get a chance to work more on this personal illustration yesterday.

    Color test of the above cleanup, in faux watercolor (ArtRage), before whipping out the actual watercolor.

    (This picture still defies all comprehension.)

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    yes it does defy comprehension but thats why I like it! I get very jaded with goblins, heros and dragons all the time in the WIP section and love it when I stumble across something that makes me do a double take.
    I dont know if you are aware of the guy or not matey but check this out:-

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=226698

    This guy has a great talent and his sketchbook is great fun to go through!

    all the best matey as always

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    Cilly Sentaur

    Just a doodle that unexpectedly popped up when I was practicing today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightship69 View Post
    I dont know if you are aware of the guy or not matey but check this out:-
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=226698
    I think I know whom one of my friends is imitating in his sketches!

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    Gurl

    A warmup / practice sketch from today. Trying out various balances between cartoony and realistic approaches.

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    Step back! I have a -

    I deny any responsibility for this. It just happened while I was unconscious.

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    Birdlike alien

    I had this concept pop in my head last evening and doodled this not ten minutes ago. Enjoy.

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    Yesterday's practice sketch. More like free-roaming sketch, though.

    I am not entirely sure what's up with the floating-cover vessel she
    is holding, or what is inside it, or what the masked critter in the
    background looks like. I was ad libbing it.

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    I would prefer a bazooka pointed at me over an angry Pinkie Pie any time!

    And hooooly cow, I just recognized who you are as I saw the sketch of the two creatures sharing their food. I knew I had seen similair designs before .
    Some of your art back from 10 years ago showed me how awesome digital art can be. Some of your illustrations were the first digital art I had ever seen which had a realistic and epic feel to it. I distinctly remember looking at the "own wool" illustration from 2004 for a long time and thinking about how clever you used all those different shades of grey. Also that Fallstaff illustration was the first furry I ever saw (at least it was the first anthromorphic creature that didn't belong to a tv show or toy series). You must be around since the dawn of the internet, how cool to see that you are still around and still producing art like mad.

    Edit: The nostalgia, it's killing me . There's even the dragon anatomy reference sheet on your page. I'm so happy.

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    Hey Kiera. Thanks for giving me that proverbial warm fuzzy feeling.

    Yeah, I guess I was around at the dawn of the internet, since about 1996 or so. Couldn't draw a proper human face to save my life back then, so I stuck to animals for a while.

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    Painting Cat

    Doodles / thumbnails for a possible picture. Testing poses, angles and compositions. Graphite stick, all four done on the same A4 page.

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    Love the artist cat thumbnail studies. Before I read I thought it was one of those "order the story" thingies.

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    Feeling old yet my mate?

    "around since the dawn of the internet!!" they make it sound like it was centuries ago, I mean for heavens sake it wasnt that long ago. So we are not old ok!? I repeat we're not old bud we are just what I like to describe as "seasoned, or experienced".

    I love the painter cat by the way and the centaur guy looks like he is straight out of Disneys Fantasia, which is a compliment by the way.
    I think Fantasia was great but I must be one of the few folks on the planet who actually thinks that it is, everyone I speak about it just looks at me like I said I wanted to get into a bath of vegetable soup with thier grandmother or something even more exotic!!

    oh well enough rambling for now, love the work and please keep an old guy happy by posting loads more !! LOL

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    LOOK OUT, HE'S GOT A PINKIE PIE! That's probably the single greatest thing I've seen in my life haha.

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    what are these guys? what is the back story with them?
    Eugene Arenhaus' sketchery

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    Quote Originally Posted by yochanan View Post
    LOOK OUT, HE'S GOT A PINKIE PIE! That's probably the single greatest thing I've seen in my life haha.
    Pinkie Pie is a big gun!

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    what are these guys? what is the back story with them?
    No story, really, just a mixed team of gymnasts. The picture is from a sketchbook full of random stuff. Or do you mean the alien? I invented them back in 1992 as aliens that could coexist with humans, rather than conflict with them by default, and they had been creeping up in my work ever since.

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    Street musicians

    A Procyonian street scene: a child talking to two musicians.

    Copic markers, Bienfang paper, about two hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lightship69 View Post
    Feeling old yet my mate? "around since the dawn of the internet!!" they make it sound like it was centuries ago, I mean for heavens sake it wasnt that long ago.
    Well, if you consider the 1960s ARPAnet experiments, I wasn't born yet... but I think he meant the 1996 emergence of WWW in the public. In which case, yes, I've been [fooling] around since then.

    I love the painter cat by the way and the centaur guy looks like he is straight out of Disneys Fantasia, which is a compliment by the way.
    I think Fantasia was great but I must be one of the few folks on the planet who actually thinks that it is, everyone I speak about it just looks at me like I said I wanted to get into a bath of vegetable soup with thier grandmother or something even more exotic!!
    I like Fantasia too. So there are at least two of us.

    Are you familiar with the drawings by Heinrich Kley? They were most likely the inspiration for a lot of Fantasia imagery - including the centaurs and Bacchus, dancing elephants and crocodiles, and so on.

    And speaking of which, here's a sketch of a faun girl. Originally done in HB pencil, but I didn't like the too-smooth resulting look, so I redrew it more loosely with a graphite stick.

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    Man, your work has so much life, I'm really impressed. I thought it couldn't get better than page 1 and then I saw your color work on page 2 and was just blown away! The dogs on the cover of your SB are an inspiration to me. They have so much energy

    Keep up the good work!

    "Diligence is the mother of good fortune."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Minded View Post
    Man, your work has so much life, I'm really impressed. I thought it couldn't get better than page 1 and then I saw your color work on page 2 and was just blown away! The dogs on the cover of your SB are an inspiration to me. They have so much energy

    Keep up the good work!
    Thanks! You flatterer...

    Let's have some more color work, then. Here's a 20-minute sketch done in ArtRage - an exercise in limited color and directional lighting.

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    Virtual Pose sketches

    Recent practice sketches from Virtual Pose 2. I like the VP2 because it has black and white videos. Even with the relatively low resolution of VP2, the black and white is easier to read than color.

    Done for sake of refreshing the human anatomy, and reading the structures. Two views of the same pose, each.

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