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    Man, your creature sketches are awesome! Keep at it
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    Awesome work man!

    Anyone that pulls of a Jaime Jones study that well is pretty damn cool in my book ^_^
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    wuuaaa thanks guys!
    andrew: haha yeah shoulda bumped that up a bit more. and skype it uuup!


    finished these:
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    got quite a few sketchbook pages i need to post...
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    Ha! I forgot about these little perverts! Both of those "community masters" studies are great too, as is that dragon. Looking forward to the sketchbook pages.
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    Hey man, the dragon piece turned out fantastic, love the attention to detail you have.
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    thanks guys

    heres my "contribution" to this year's Pasadena Chalk Festival haha. found out too late to sign up but ill definitely do it next year.

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    studies:

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    sketches:

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    anatomy issues abound D: gotta practice more!
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    wow I love those beast sketches, and the ones of the pokemon. I dont really have any obvious crits for you, although I would suggest planning something like that dragon piece (which is very good btw) out in values first...

    Oh actually, looking at it again I just noticed that the colours in the foreground should really appear more saturated than those in the rear, which doesnt happen to the current version. If you just select those with the lassoo tool and quickly desaturate the area (ctrl +U ) you'll gain some perspective in less than a couple of minutes

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    ThomasM: thanks man, I'll watch out for that next time

    been working on some freelance work so havent had much time for personal stuff. managed to get myself to some figure drawing though

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    this batch in charcoal pencil. i really need to get in there and block in values more...
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    and a 2 hour portrait from life:
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    been busy with work (which is good), but managed to squeeze in some more character sketches

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    ^ bedroom eyes
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    Congratz on all the recent success man!! Your last few pages are really concentrated and shows a lot of work time and effort is paying off for you.

    How do you do backgrounds like that, with the dragon and the trees and all.
    do you make one tee head and make it a brush preset?
    your well developed enviros really make your art wonderful in finsihed pieces especially.
    The Kappa entry was really good
    Nice stuff for the slums activity thing as well. Same question as with the dragon, how do you do BG's like that? have really drawn all those tiny japanese symbols or is it like a brush combined with something?

    Anyways man, i wish you success in your future career(you don't need it)
    can't wait to see what you post in the coming years
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    Sporus: hey thanks man all those foliage textures were hand painted. lots of brush strokes haha. on the slum image all those chinese characters and most of the buildings were from photo textures i then painted over. ill post the photos in the teen challenge thread later

    heres some stuffs. teen challenge wip:
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    doodles for team challenge:
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    got a couple other paintings im finishing, hopefull should have those up soon
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    Awesome sketches man!
    Your lines are fluid and so clean!
    Loved the turtles and the dragon piece.
    Also, pokemon redesign are looking especially great!
    Do you plan on finishing those?

    cheers!
    Keep it up!
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