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    Ah, yes, Gnoll mentioned something like that before. Iīll have a look.
    Thanks.

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    hehehe they are pretty addicting aren't they hehe

    you're working and practicing everything as usual man, the variery of styles in the graphic work is really cool (i bet i coudn't come up to that many variations of "baby lion" holy shit)
    really good variety of work in here.
    In some of your digital work i think you would do well (seeing like me its hard to let go from the lines) if you played more with edges, keeping things varied from hard to soft, using hard and soft brushes in a more precise way...dunno, check hurricane's digital work to get an idea.I'm guessing if you improve your control in edges, then you don't nee lines any more.But i realize how difficult it must be and..damn at least you use color hehe

    ciao!

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    Hya Gnoll, thanks mate. As you dropped by I was right in the middle of browsing hurricanes SB. Whaddaya know. Talk about coincidence.

    But youßre totally right with the edges thing. Somehow I can even look forward to it.

    And hey, if you donīt quit saying stuff like: "I couldnīt come up with as many..." I will challenge you to, say, 100 steampunk clanks? Or a 100 cute
    Minimonsters? Colored of course. Hehehehe,

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    hi bbwolf
    dank dir fürs vorbeischaun :-)
    interesting to see a lot of different styles and topics in here
    Iīm not sure but am I missing some life drawings?
    maybe come up with some of those to improve your work

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    Live paintings. ? Whazzat?


    Working on a C.O.W. entry



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    Those head studies of Tiffany Tiger kick ass. So cool seeing you do anthro stuff! And the baby lions, naww....

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    you have cool character ideas, liking the man with the tophat in post 267 and that last mirrored drawing too.

    how's the c.o.w coming along ? like the design that's just under the hand with the big open mouth, looks painful ! looking forward to seeing how that develops - would be cool to see it as a full on digital paint.

    great work rate as usual, i'm struggling to keep up !

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    Thank you for your kind words folks. I flunked out of the COW because of time issues. As most ppl but I still wanna finish the creature.

    But as an interlude here is a concept for an cyberpunk, organic gynoid.

    And the execution. Something really new for me. I am curious how ppl will react to it.

    Bodypainting btw.







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    okay, here are some more pics from the bodypainting shooting. Two WIP and one new take on the eye between lips.








    The smaller ones are the ones I posted on my website. Kind of a elimination process. Which pics do you like best?



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    Love all the bodypainting stuff, it looks so awesome! So cool with the eye in her mouth. Creepy in a great way.

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    This last body painting is pretty good. The black is actually quite a deceptive look, cutting away against that black background.

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    I canīt believe I havenīt posted anything for so long. I really should keep this up and post something at least every now and then. Okay. So here is something I did for a "worth 1000" contest and whaddaya know, got disqualified for having my signiture in it. its a bit of a laugh if ya ask me. The theme was "Gigeresque" and I thought I hit it pretty spot on. *meh*

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    this is the first concept from for a corporate bodypainting job last year.
    more to follow.

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    hereīs the progress for the bodypainting concept

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    Your stuffs here have some unique look. I like the many style you got, especially the cartoons, your lines are so effectively used to them. And the mecha bodypainting, that is REALLY something. Love it!
    Update more, you! I'll be watching.


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    witcrack Thanks for the compliments and the comment. And the "encouragement" for posting more. Conceptart helpd me improve very much and I should do more here. Who knows....

    Here are a few pics of the finished bodypainting.

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    Very creative work, it's very nice to see how your concepts (quite literally) came to life with the bodypainting. Well done!

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    cgaddict Thanks for stopping by and commenting, dude. Bodypainting is the one thing in art I started without any thoughts of "maybe this will make me some money, maybe this will get me somewhere". I started it jut because I wanted to and needed something I can do without customers going on about what they want and all the shit with changes to oneīs Illustrations and work.
    And as it turns out, it made me some decent money AND took me places. I will keep posting updates on them here too. Because here, I get hard critique too, and not just sugar coating "ooohs" and "aaahhhhs".

    Conceptart helped me improve my skills for illustration and bodypainting. Itīs time to participate here more again.

    And without further ado, here are some sketches of recent times

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    Working for just money isn't fun, so I really like what you do. Anyway, The yetis are awesome and so is the latest concept, I can imagine how awesome the green-glowing-veins would look on somebody! I notice the word "back on the DSG" in this SB title, so perhaps I'll see you around there

    Keep it up, man!

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    well, witcrack, here you can see what it looks like painted on somebody. I am gradually putting stuff up I did in the last couple of years since I stopped posting. Most of my recent sketches are all work related and I canīt post them because of the usual NDA, so I post my bodypaint stuff.

    Yes, I have back to DSG in the titel and thatīs what I want to do more. Keeps me out of the rut and giveīs me the exercise I need. So yeah, maybe see you there.

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    Really cool stuff! Looking forward to seeing more stuff!

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    Hey great stuff in this SB i liked your creature studies as well as your body paints never seen that kind of stuff before!


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    alexson Thanks for stopping by and the compliments. Here you go, have some more


    fudgeloaf Heya. Thnaks, good to hear I was able to show you something new. But get this, Android is in bodypainting too. Saw him on the World Bodypainting Festival last year.


    So without further ado, here are some more pics of a project I did for TV last year.

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    Heheh. I thought they were new ones. Or are you that quick at bodypainting?? The blue -orange-mecha-girl-with-green-veins looks good as I imagined, though I was hoping to see darker photographs. The latest concepts look nice, of course, I really like, especially, the red-white one. Mystical!

    I see you are having fun with these, so keep going. You rock!

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    Heheh. I thought they were new ones. Or are you that quick at bodypainting?? The blue -orange-mecha-girl-with-green-veins looks good as I imagined, though I was hoping to see darker photographs. The latest concepts look nice, of course, I really like, especially, the red-white one. Mystical!

    I see you are having fun with these, so keep going. You rock!

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    Hey witcrack

    I am not that quick with bodypainting even though I am pretty fast. A painting like that one takes about eight hrs of painting and then two more on top of that for fotografie.

    Glad you like the red and white one. Itīs one of my all time favourites so far.
    my very favourite colors, my favourite model and the fusion of my personal style. Here are the pictures:

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    sketche for a not yet realized bodypainting

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    hereīs a peek at my bread and butter work, after my client agreed I can post stuff thatīs allready published

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    Good stuff man.

    Really creepy body paint on the robot girl that looks like all there is are the upper body and the shoulders. Liked it though.

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