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    n1frit thanks dude, i will
    Dalibor Dejanović thanks

    tomorrow i have an exam.. but i just feel like drawing

    very quick composition studies from photo/ other art, quick face studies


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    awesome stuff dude, your linework is so strong! All those env's you draw are wonderful, especially those from post #14. Keep up the good work!

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    Phade01 hey dude, i didnt know you had such sick paintings in your sketchbook! respect man, those selfportraits are really good excersises i think. maybe i should do them aswell.

    here a photo study, focussing on values mainly.

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    Great sketchbook! Love the clear work and clean lines. Studying ID in Delft?
    Facial features (eyes, nose, mouth) occasionally get too big in some of the portraits from imagination. I guess it may be because these are so recognizable and prominent, that they receive too much attention. While actually, changing for instance a chin or cheek a tiny bit can make a huge difference as well.

    Those last value studies are really strong. Love the contrast between soft and hard transitions.

    I'd love to see more finished works like the one in post #14! Seeing loads of studies, but you need to test yourself with a finished piece every now and then!. Though I can imagine you can't post things done for employers.

    Take a look at my Website!

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    you're absolutely right, i will make a more finished piece, thanks anthis

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    Very inspiring sketchbook dude. Superb linework coloring composition... everything..i like everything i see here. Specially love those industrial design studies partly because i study product design myself also wanna see more awesome marker drawings keep posting!

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    Great stuff!
    I find difficulty in drawing cars and such in perspective. To see you draw them so well puts me in awe.

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    Saurabhinator thanks man!
    Rax thanks, i will try to get some marker drawings in here
    Jonas Heirwegh thank you. yeah, im trying to upload as many things i can.

    last sunday i drew along with Ewoud Luppens. Theme was pirateships.

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    I like. Allot.

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    I like the pirate ship. Great sketchbook fellow Dutchie!

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    Very nice concepts you have in here, and i find your linework to be really calming to look at, for some reason. Particularly the more sketchy ones.
    Keep doing a wonderful job in here
    Sketchbook - I really appreciate comments and critique, please visit!

    Danny_K Icecold

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    BlackDelphin thanks, i appreciate it!

    Gilles thanks also fellow dutchie

    Me,Myself & Me again thankss alot

    tried to make a finished piece. I learned that keeping stuff in seperate layers is pretty chill thing to have why havent i learned those obvious things sooner..
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    super quick crap
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    i hate the way i rendered this
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    I'm quite fond of those tree folk and I don't know what's going on with these blocks, but I like it. Looks like a personified workout bench making a run for it.
    Also, sick dragon painting with the fire. I want to see more like that but with a bigger city.

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    Hey there old friend, so nice to see your stuff again, that dragon scene looks so good great colors and composition as well ... are you sure about that industrial design ?

    Hehe just a joke, stay awesome.

    P.S. I'm back )

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    Spectacular designs ! i like it so much.

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    I'm really loving your artwork.

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    Shadow Stalker thank you
    PeteWhite thanks man
    m0uS3r Hi mouser! good to have you back. thanks for the comment, well i choose to do the industrial design study but i dont pin point my carreer so who knows!


    ohucthulhu haha, have seen it like that before but now you mention it, it kinda looks like a workout bench doesnt it

    All my time goes to my end project for the bachelor industrial design, and also to my freelance work. so not a lot time for this thread

    But for a change, today i dedicated the whole day to a nice painting.. learned a lot of shit!
    the blue dude kinda sucks but hey.. better something then nothing right

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    Great, great, great style! I need to follow your sketchbook!!!
    My sketchbook !!!

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    Alis: thanks man!

    EDIT: it seems i'm not allowed to show this yet, sorry!

    Lately my whole agenda is filled by my 'bachelor end project' for my Industrial Design education.

    Im designing a product for an existing company who manufactures children seats. I choose to design an addon for a bike, so older children can be transported in front of the bike instead of the traditional position behind the bike on the luggage carrier. I made it so that the product fits on most existing bikes and can be very easily put on and of the bike..
    I made a model to test certain technical principles. The steering system has a steering transmission between the middle and front wheel. it has made so, that if you steer on your bike, the front wheel steers with it (slightly bigger angle so its in the same steering arc) with a cable through/along the frame.

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    Fun stuff- you've got a good eye for values- that block man is really cool. - makes me want to draw box-men.
    the face in post 154 really stood out to me too- it reminds me of Trevor goodchild from the Aeonflux cartoons ^_^

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    Rhubix: thanks!

    A quick update.

    first is a poster i made for an event. Me and another artist (im a big fan of him) will do live drawing, along with a dj and a poet doing readings. (version without text)
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    this is some exploded view drawings for something something
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    Cool designs.

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    Amazing shit, man!
    Sketchbook
    Now crit the shit out of me!

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    Clean designs. You have a great eye for 3D form, shape, and functionality. Great stuff.
    Thinking connects desire with creation.
    How good are you?

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    hehe i like those quick sketches of yours!

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    Natalia Soleil thanks!
    p sage thanks p sage
    Tawnos thanks man
    Shadow Stalker thanks shadow

    Today i went to the company exchange at my school. I talked with the guys of Guerilla Games and im planning to do an internship there at their concept art department. i really feel i havent drawn enough last years and im feeling pretty psyched about drawing full days there and i just feel like drawing again But first things first, i need to send a solid portfolio.

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    lookin good m8! and about applying to guerilla.. i think you have quite some good stuff to put in ur portfolio already.. maybe some more painted stuff here and there.. but u'll be fine i think this last one looks cool to.. nice brush work

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