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    hi all my name is atey ( pournouced atti ) and this is my sb and my journey to hopefully become a proffesional artist someday and work for a company here are some sampels of my work and i will try to keep it updated regulary with intressting stuff i hope!, i hope you will enjoy and feel free to leave a comment or critque

    edit: please jump to last page

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    Nice work! keep it up

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    wow these are quite sweet, have they been done for anything in preticular? or just random stuff

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    had something in mind i wanted to try
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    enviorment thumbs

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    i start uploading more sketching
    some wagon sketches/thumbs

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    and thank you Sean Mclain, no download just let my hand go wild on my tablet

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    one more try at still life, next time i will draw with a "natural light" , rather then a lamp lighting it up for me

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    Draw hard

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    Hi, i dont really do any tradtional anymore, just doing some practise on regulary bacis but i wanted to showcase one of my older graphite drawings so it's not a 100% digital sketchbook , i was given permission to use a photo as refrence from it's photographer http://grinch7.deviantart.com/ , he dose have a fantastic gallery
    hope you like

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    was gonne use one of these colour palettes for an upcoming pieace but i changed my mind

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    from the last image, i'd pick one to left, has a nice feeling to it

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    those enviros are great!

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    quick blacksmith concept

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    Ah ah, my surname in Italian means blacksmiths
    Btw, I really like the latest character. Great concept man!

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    hi all, i want to understand better asian features so i did a study of a movie screenshot but it was very hard to capture her facial expression, i will do more

    edit: somehow bugged on imageshack uploaded it again thro attachment

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    one more asian study this time from diffrent movie,but so hard to capture the moment and the expression

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    i see there is some new material , great work on the studies, how you did you spend on each? keep it coming and l'll dropp by in the future

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    Those movie stills are great.

    Your environment thumbs are awesome too, I'd love to see more of them.

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    i read today about one of schools i will apply to and you need to do some asingments here is the first one, basciley you pick a setence and do a wallpaper,illustration and then like a cover image of it
    my sentence i chose was : music and it's movement , this is the sketchs, i will start with wallpaper i think

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    I think you've improved by doing the color study stuff from photos. Because I can see improvement from the first portrait you posted to the one you posted now.

    Keep doing these.

    The gestures feel like the girls are a bit too tall. They are 8-9 heads tall. The general length of a woman is around 7-7.5 sometimes even 6. They are actually pretty rarely 8 heads. But this is an easy fix by just doing gesture drawing from photos.

    All the best! Post more!

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    the assignment for the school is looking good- you can definitely vision music and movement in there. will be interesting to see where will it lead

    btw, you could probably use a link to your sketchbook in your signature- might get you more traffic in here

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    Hey,

    Nice work. Would love to see more detail!

    Also, do you have other design work?

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    @whisper_wm l'll do my best to give you some more detail

    in my spare time i try to work on my comic, left side was just a test to try some stuff i had in mind, right side is the concept main charcater of the comic
    ideal name for the comic : The burning sun and name of main charcater miranda


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    Hey, would love the see your new work, and the comic, but sadly in this part of the world it seems Imageshack is blocked. So I'm sorry I haven't replied to your last message, I just can't see it!

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    u have cool and good dynamics in your figure! Try to hang on to that! Its important!

    Just try to master the anatomy and proportions and u'll be all set
    Ur on ur way though! So stick with it!

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    I love your stuff! Really like it.

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    @tasser thanks!
    @RBeek thank you,i will do my best to master anatomy and proportions
    @whisper_wm l'll do my best to upload the new stuff/my comic, just having alot on my plate at the moment

    this is for the enviorment of the week, i will probbaly go with bottom right they are quite raw but basic shape it is easier for me to start like this

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    I'm really digging your environment thumbs, keep going with those studies from movie stills, your work is progressing in leaps and bounds.

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    more study, happy new year to all, make sure to start in best possibel way you can

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    my final for evnviorment of the week
    Theme: harbour of the damned, my ide was kinda like a futurstic harbour for some hightec undeads, mabye they build this? or mabye they conquerd it

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