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    Trevor Stephen's Sketchbook

    Hi everyone.
    My name is Trevor I am an artist working from the UK. I have been working in 3d for the past decade but this year decided to turn away from pushing polys and get back to drawing and painting which is where I began.
    I would like to start my sketchbook with a few older pieces by way of introduction with the last three being from this year.
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    Very nicely drawn and illustrated dragons, and you're creatures kick ass. As far as critiques go, I'd say maybe focus a bit more on values. Keep it up.

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    Thankyou cgaddict.

    Just a few study pieces I have done recently. The last one is my daughter

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    A speedpaint from today.

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    Very good work, the one you did of your daughter is very well done as is your speedpaint you did.

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    Thanks Icedearth15876

    Another 20 min speedpaint.
    Im playing with new techniques and having alot of fun with these.

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    Hi Trevor, very nice start to a sketchbook, the dragons are really cool. Also really like the frog study and a very cute daughter. Nice speedpaints, can you describe the new techniques you are trying?

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    Thankyou jskotte.

    To answer your question about technique I am basicly creating random shapes with custom brushes and multiple layers, then going in and picking out shapes and compositions from the chaos.

    I worked on my previous sketch a little more.

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    My frankenstein's monster is inspired by Berni Wrightson, one of my fav artists. The latter is just blowing off steam

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    Very cool new stuff, I like your version of Frankenstein, very cool looking. Keep posting.

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    A new character. The first is a charcoal sketch, I saw something I liked so I took a photo and brought it into photoshop to work on.
    Last edited by Trevor Smith; April 28th, 2010 at 01:40 AM.

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    Inspired by Aaron sims.

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    An update on this guy.

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    Awsome for sure...

    These are awsome pieces Trevor, not much usually catches my interests as much as these did, and after having seen them, it really opens the door to a lot of possibilities, especially with fantasy work. Thanks alot... I'll be looking for any new work you post to help my own model pieces I'm working on.

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    Thankyou titan440.

    A new piece, It was alot of fun playing with variations of markings for this creature, I finally decided to go with fur.

    Trevor Stephen's Sketchbook
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