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    DSG 398: Open Ended: Yin & Yang

    Today's topic is: Open Ended: Yin & Yang


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    If you want an idea on how creative it could be look at Joachim's Tdome entry.

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    Kinda dodgy, but it was seriosly a 30 second(ish) sketch to aid in the procrastination process keeping me from home work
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    see. very bad indeed, but its what i thought of so there ! :p

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    DSG 398: Open Ended: Yin & Yang

    Here is my attempt! Well i can say i Tried!
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    I am too hungry to muster up anything more creative so I just went for the old B&W look. I am also feeling lazy so I flipped the image instead of drawing 2 different sides!

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    andres_pad - Ahh... A true Zen master. You like your Ninja Tune by any chance?

    DAVEY - Very original idea. And very fitting to use the Earth.
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    davey- very good idea.

    gumdrop- nice looking beastie. and i love ninja tune- infact i'm listenening to xen cuts now.

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    DSG 398: Open Ended: Yin & Yang

    Where's the ying yang thing? I was trying to mix two opposing emotions in the same expression. Didn't really come in as planned, but time's up!

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    Good stuff by everybody today, as always.

    Village Idiot:

    Love the colour and feel of the picture. There's only one thing that bothers me; his back doesn't seem to be wide enough, and the shadow beneath his left shoulderblade is possibly a bit sharp. This might be done from a ref. and I should just shut up, but those are my initial thoughts.
    Still a kick ass piece, though!

    I'll try to squeeze in time for a quick pic later today myself.

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    dcept you're almost certainly right. i used no ref at all so there's issues of proportion all over the shop. the woman's arm is meant to be draped over his shoulder but i haven't shown any definition. mind you i was trying to make it as ying and yangy shaped as possible.
    when i look at it now all i can see is moby dick staring back at me, thanks to the tattoo at the top of the woman's arse

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    Just a very quick sketch:

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    ZKRESO we had the same idea! Damn, and I thougth I was in a creative mood.
    Well here it is, hop u like it
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    Hehe i expected someone else to do the same thing actually. Yours looks much cooler though, nice!

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    WooHoo!! One of my topics finally made it! Damn good work so far. I hope to submit after I get off work...
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    HOLY WOWSH*T! VI, Gumdrop, and MD; amazing work! now all i see is the moby dick thing tho. kinda funny. Matt, maybe a slightly lighter shade on the side that isnt crying would convey another emotion. i dunno, somewhere around a 6-8% dodge in PS. ill try to post something later on. wont compare with these tho. great stuff!
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    Man all you guys rock! My heros
    Can't say anything about any in particular they are all great!
    village idiot awesome idea! Great job guys
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