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  1. #1
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    my book of stuff and things

    So this is me finally getting round to putting up a new sketchbook. I've missed showing my things to all the lovely people of the internet, so now I plan to try and update with new stuff fairly often.

    I'm 22 years old living in the small town of Sydney, Australia, doing a mixture of freelance concepting/illustration, fine arts study, and 'personal' shit.

    I have a group exhibition coming up with a few other people including the spiffy Rodrigo! that we all here love. It's at the Tap gallery in Sydney on June 9.

    Enough of that, I shall start trickling out some pictures.

    zombies . was fun.
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    who doesn't like kittens?
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    Self Portrait
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    Study from imagination. fun stuff.
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    Good shit buddy!

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    Very nice stuff! Love the first image, really good display of "energy" in the piece

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    Great stuff, man! Post more!

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  6. Promissing sketchbook bro!
    That zombie piece is looking HAWT

    -Brun

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    really great stuff! looking forward to seeing more

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    Sweet paintings, love the tone.
    Subscribing so I can see what happens later on
    5 stars!

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  9. hey dude, it has been so long i was wondering if we would ever catch up again haha. I see you have improved wooop!!! You still at that fine arts place in the rocks? i might come see your group exhibition

    we gotta catch up

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    Jason Scanlon: hey man! thanks. we hung out in NZ remember? fun times! thanks for dropping by

    artbyahm: thanks

    alexson: thanks mate, I will!

    Brun: Cheers

    AnneBallaran: Thank you !

    Wr00m: appreciate it

    matty_mcmullen: yeah good to be in contact again man, definitely see you around some time


    Some more things

    crappy study from that gorgeous painting by my hero Zhang Lu
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    And some with no ref
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    those creamy skintones look great!

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    Very nice use of colors. I like the diacritic outlines or the lack of them.

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    cool work dude. post some drawings too, would love to see them.

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    thanks peoples

    some drawings then . A few portrait studies from life.


    about 1.5 hour each I think

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    15 minutes

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    So, no doubt you're good with the portaits. On the last one, the man with the hood reminds me of Altair or Ezio (Assassins Creed). I know, geeeekkk

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    great sketchbook man, have to agree with the ppls here, loving the zombie paint, sweet dynamics *boom*.

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    cool works, love them all
    5*

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    nice!

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    Looking really good! Keep 'em coming.


    SKETCHBOOK
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    Beatiful Sketchbook monsi, faces all looks so pretty. Waiting for more great art.

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    cool sb! first one is pretty neat

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    Very cool stuff. I think that the placement of the features is especially striking - your proportions are dead on. Great work, keep posting!

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    lots of movement!
    great tone work and masses!

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    Thanks for dropping by my sketchbook dude, this stuff is fantastic. Love that first image on the page, I'll be looking forward to what you post in the future!

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    Thanks everyone !


    This is slightly over a3 I think .

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    Cool stuff you've got here!
    Keep up the great work.



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    Super nice!

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  30. #29
    Waaah! Incredible drawing skills! Thanks for sharing! I like your pencil style. My favorite pictures are the last pencil long time wonder and the one with the bees (funny ) Keep on posting this amazin pencil stuff!

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    Beautiful book. You have wonderful stroke economy and a fantastic balance between angular and curvilinear lines in your figures. The only thing I would love to see is a more liberal use of colours - the colours you're using so far feels kinda "safe." Would love to see what kind of results such a stroke economy combined with slightly more ballsy colours would yield. Just a thought

    really nice stuff - this one's a fiver.

    Brendan Noeth

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