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    Wingin' it since 87'

    As the title suggests this is my first time uploading a sketchbook on ConceptArt.
    here will be a mixture of both hand rendered and digital artwork...although mainly hand rendered! Ok guys here goes!


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    Welcome to CA!

    Thats a real nice mixed start, I like the hair you've done and the wolf is excellent

    Look forward to seeing more works from you, keep the fires burning.

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    Thank you kindly.
    I have been here for a while to be honest just started to fully use it later last year properly and this is my first sketchbook attempt. I just hope the fire burning doesnt burn out!

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    More stuff!!!

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    lol, i like the last one with the sheep.
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    join to me to make beautiful drawings.

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    Theres something that really catches my attention with the "Schism" pieces.
    The colors are so vibrant and, well can't really explain it but i really like them

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    A couple more sketches, one of which was for a childrens book.
    The full book is here : http://jasonfullwood.carbonmade.com/projects/2684993

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    you have a unique style.. really amazing... love ur imagination...

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    Thank you for you kind words. They are indeed much appreciated

    More work here are 2 prototype book covers for Roald Dahl's Going Solo, a concept for Do androids dream? A comic cover for the revamp of F4 and a couple of concepts for Monster City.

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    Latest projects and such including a couple of WSPA posters (one vector) and a few DPS' for Do androids dream?

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    More stuff! Latest poster concepts, more DPS for DADOES and ... yeah!

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    More project finals

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    I entered the James and the Giant Peach book cover contest... Heres my work!

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    H'llo there! I really love the concepts behind your works, lots of interesting ideas and takes going on. Good eye for colours too, which is something I lack myself. xD

    I will say though, your figures and faces are holding you back a little, so definitely don't skim on the studies. That extra understanding will pay off in the long run and really make your works stand out.
    Right, anyways, good stuff so far hope to see more soon- cheers!
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    Are you going for the graphic style illustrations?

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    @ naidy. I agree wholeheartedly. I struggle with anatomy especially with certain poses and working without photographic refference. Regarding faces I do sometimes draw them in a way that they seem squashed together. grrr! Thank you for the feedback!

    @ zerdron. I am still trying to find my style BUT I would try and keep towards traditional based illustration rather than the graphic oriented style.

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    Nice! It's probably not a good idea to take advice from me, but you might try experimenting with lost lines and fewer details - clouding things up and letting the viewer's imagination fill in some of the blanks. Just a thought.

    Keep drawing, dude!

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    I know what you mean but I am a creature of habbit! I did take a look at your gallery just now and there are examples of what you just stated which I really like. I'll always try different things though and needless to say I shall take on board what you have just said and who knows what the effects of less is more will have on future works.

    Thanks

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    I like the Japan shark a lot! I'd love to see it worked up into a more finished graphic design.

    Like Naidy said, anatomy+proportion e.g. the smoking woman's head is waay too small for her body.
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    Thanks for the feedback. The Japan Shark was a quick design hence the way it looks the way it does and was initially used as a pitch but for the finished piece I used the more graphic like blue dead shark design.

    The anatomy thing will take a while to get used to and agree with both you and Naidy. Will upload more pics when I can.

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    Before going into rendering certain objects, check the
    shape and the proportions first. Extra good looking rendering
    will go to waste, if the form and the proportions are wrong.
    Most of your drawings/illustrations have the same issues,
    they are not proportioned good and they look skewed.
    You have some interesting ideas and great concepts,
    if you only could get past those little mistakes and try
    to work on three dimensional feeling of the objects,
    your art would look even more fascinating.
    Draw more from life, some still lives and you will
    understand more the depths and the forms, shadows,
    lights. Mainly your drawings are lack the feel of depth
    and they tend to be flat. Practice more, spend some more
    time here on conceptartorg and everything
    will turn out great in the end.


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    Thank you for the feedback and rest assured Ill take on board everything you said. I hope only to move forward in my designs and try new things. Regarding my figuritive drawing and proportions I think your right and have tried hard to master the measurements accurately. Trial and error!

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    Some nice stuff here! So expressive, I liked it! Especially black/white works.
    There's nothing impossible to him who will try. Alexander The Great
    Check out my Deviantart gallery http://ippo-lita.deviantart.com/gallery/
    My sketchbook http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=227077

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    Thank you Darius. Im trying to branch out with my medium use though so watch this space!

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    More randoms both old and new and an experiment with stock imagery and type for the Alice in Chains design.

    Last edited by j-ace; August 24th, 2011 at 07:03 PM.

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    More designs from a few months back. These were originally designed for a postcard.

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    More designs from a year or 2 ago. I did the textille piece back at college around 5 years ago.

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