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February 14th, 2011 #151
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Bloody excellent 3D work. Keep it up!
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February 14th, 2011 #153
i'd like to see you push the front of the bike even a little bit further, really give us that sense of depth, maybe use the light..kind of a more foreshortened view ya know?
just a suggestion if you feel like reworking it, but the focus is right where it should be, i personally might make it even a smidge bigger, but that depends on how you handle the surroundings
hope that helps, looks great creative perspective as well! i'd love to recieve a gift like that
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February 14th, 2011 #154
hello chaps, it came out pretty wierd looking
i didnt even get to he background!
im going to try something else and fresh eyes it later.
it was fun though. crazy legs and the muppet babies imagination bike definitely have mileage for something
was like a tough sparring session, you suddenly see youre less than 1% in. ouch
oh hey super thanks salt fox, i appreciate that man. 3d does all the hard work for you of course, its the lazy mans choice hehe
Last edited by Velocity Kendall; February 16th, 2011 at 03:03 PM.
February 14th, 2011 #155
Man the warped perspective rocks my socks. Love the way you've stretched it i totally dream in this way too. Everything in dreams seems so much more fluid. If you can be bothered pushing it further i can see the arms reaching to the right of the piece it could go super super wide for extra wacky. Crazy awesome. Hey are you working in the industry at all? Or do you just do personal work atm, cause some of your previous work looked like client work and im curious what things you'd work on with your style of art. :3
Also you've been kittened (seesketchbook)
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February 14th, 2011 #156Registered User
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February 15th, 2011 #157
Hey! Thanks for stopping by in my SB!
Those pencil sketches in the last post are awesome!
"Alle Erinnerung ist Gegenwart"
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February 15th, 2011 #158
I'm a pretty big halo fan lol so i gotta say you did superb with the halo ring it looks freakin awesome! =)
i'm by far the worse person on this site at drawing so please, please, PLEASE help me excell in drawing i would appreciate it greatly
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February 15th, 2011 #159
Hey there Kendall my friend.
What's up in the hood?
Hoood, bood mood , cooooullld hooood!
(I am trying to make up a rap song)
Your designs are so hot that my little hat is melting,
just as always. You are awesome, keep doing your awesomeness
and the sun will keep shining on us all.
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February 15th, 2011 #160Registered User
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Hello, I saw you posting around the forums and decided to check your sketchbook out. Your work is amazing, it really makes you take a second look and notice that it is indeed a painting... awesome. I like your latest sketches as well, they're all really neat.
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February 16th, 2011 #161
Man, this is some great work! It's always great to see people with equal facility in 3D and physical media. I am especially excited about your house designs. If houses could move, yours would move really fast!
Just another old dog learning new tricks.
My environment concepts thread in the entertainment design section
artwork for "the guard", a webcomic that I am illustrating
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February 16th, 2011 #162
Jaunay: Thankyou homes! i think ill have a go at something similar again, only neater...
most of my money work is freelance property visuals and design, so this stuff is light relief..
BTW your kittens ruled mine!
Thank you guys! Roland your comment really made me smile
Ive subscribed to your SB, looking foraward to what comes next over there
temjin same to you, i lvoe the techy realism of youre big machines; pure sadamoto loveliness
you might dig this
cold war missile paranoia, strange shaped things under tarps on low loaders being driven 5 abreast through red square, and something very bad indeed that the nazis scraped out of a submerged city in the baltic, now lying undead and sleeping in a concrete bunker at the end of a long canal in the urals.
nice pet you got there bishop eh eh eh
thankyou very much sir!
i found this from 2005
the girl with the green biro eyes is singing here
its very beautiful music i think.
theyre my sisters' flatmates.
the limited edition disk is nice too, it looks like a 45.
my sis laser cut the name into the front
a quality item all round.
here are some clumsy sketches... but its cool.
im starting to like lifey draw a lot more than studying photos, but its still cool to
appreciate first hand how good guys like Durer were by failing to copy them very well
it puts you in your place and learns you respect hehe
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February 16th, 2011 #163
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February 16th, 2011 #164
Awesome stuff man, I like alot. I like the way you use composition and your landscapes. Keep it up mate
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February 16th, 2011 #165
designing our future I see! I'd live in it and revel in how super awesome everything is. Great great stuff!
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February 17th, 2011 #167
Looking at your stuff makes me want to try so much harder...
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February 17th, 2011 #169
Some really groovy stuff in here. I really like your paintings of cities as well as your sketches.
My Sketchbook: Click me, you silly person you.
February 17th, 2011 #170
thanks homies! ive responded in your books
if like me you think Syd Mead was sort of a god, the older you get the more clearly you see the full extent of his talent. sadly hes kind of really old now and not outputting as much. but its like he put some of his power into this guys brain and the awesome goes on...
please look and enjoy!
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February 17th, 2011 #171
great studies man ur last pic looks great with the hatching shading, on the notebook they kinda remind me of when i used to use a 4 pens in one pen with green blue red and yellow in it on my notebooks keep it up man
February 17th, 2011 #172
thanks man! yeah i got one of those 4pens-in-1 and a load of cheapo pencils from tesco. the pen is pretty good actually. i really like the green and red.
im trying the whole turn the pencil on its side deal too. seems pretty handy. this is Durer. and a hospital room from the future. i meant to come back to this and play aroudn with it. any ideas?
i look at your stuff a lot for tips on dealing with pencils, and anatomy.
do you use a special kind?
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February 18th, 2011 #174
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February 18th, 2011 #177
Awesome 3D works!!
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February 18th, 2011 #178
You are best at 3D.
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February 18th, 2011 #179
you guys... ive posted in your threads.
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February 18th, 2011 #180