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    hey man, thanks for stoppin' by regularly

    nice updates man, nice design on that power armor.You should try and improve line qualiy, makin lines a little bit less "scratchy", but that has already improved a lot since beginning of the thread...keep sharing man

    ciao!


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    heya Gnoll

    Thanks for comming by yourself. Glad you like the Armor. I still see me a long way comming til I can do armors I really like.

    I know about the sratchiness. I look in envy at your sketch lines. So I tried to sit down and do A GOOD LINE SKETCH CHARACTER. Yes. Not only a scratchy halfscribble. And look where it got me. Still scratchy lines. But I managed to smash some paint onto it.

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    just a little drop in tīday. First is a little fun sketch. The rest is dumped from work. Nothing special but it is work.
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    These two are a bit older but still a concept toss araound frequently. Still this is the best pic to date of the two. Since I am trying to kick off the Gotec Mafia Party I decided to revamp in the image and improve it.

    The first one is the last stage from about a year back.

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    This is the filtered and color altered version I did for the quick launch. A bit simplified and pink because thatīs the color of the party. For a MAfia Party. Go figure.

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    Then I got the idea of trying out something new for me. Smudging the colors.

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    I think it is comming along nicely. The change from blond to bitch was a full success and the right thing to so IMHO. I want to develope this piece to something really worthwhile so EVERY piece of help and advice is highly appreciated. Thanks.

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    Hereīs the rest of todays progress


    help me improve this pic please



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    next little tweakings


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    BodyMagic again

    ok, now fer the sake of getting away from the mafia fer a short time, here´s what I did as preperations for the WorldBodypainting Festival this year. Unfortunatly I couldn´t attend. There´s been a death in the "family".

    So here are the first sketches and the first test painting. The theme was "In the jungle". I had no idea except that I wanted her to wear some kinda tribal mask only to reveal a kind of death face. Sort offa voodoo make up.

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    BodyMagic again

    Then I had a sort of revelation. I somehow knew how to get the painting into the theme. To get the jungle into the painting. Also I tried something new with the eyes. I will make the mask and do the painting again in the whole set up. So these two paintings mark a creative progress I never tried untill now. Usually I just do a pinting once. This time we ended up developing one thru repeating it and improving it.

    Tell me what you think, please.

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    Nice updates wolf. esecially like the bosy painting ones. Is this for a real life painting (on skin)? Also like those little perspective doodles (set designs?) kepp up the good work man. I feel inspired to do a body painted shaman or someting now lol.. ;-)

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    Hey nice to see you have been busy. Good work on the set sketches. The direction of yout tribal designs is very interesting. It might be far more productive if you digitally roughed out a silouette of a figure then create a new layer and experiment with custom brushes on top of the silouette, to acheive multiple designs at a far faster rate. This technquie some what functions like assembling a collage.

    Good Luck and keep it up!
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    RandAlThor, AK86

    Hoi folks. Thanks for dropping in again. But I kinda got the impression you fail to realize that those black pic are photografs of the actual bodypainting aka a naked girl wearing nothing but paint.
    Iīll be looking for this painted shaman now, RandAlThor.

    And AK, I gotta tell you that for me, it is not very practical to do 2D sketches. For bodypaintings. The technique you described may aid me in the general search for a motive, but as I learned the hard way, no sketch can be really transfered onto a real body. So I decided to go for a real creative challenge and just make it up as I go. Which I kinda prefer. But you got me an idea. Letīs see what will come from this.


    Okay hereīs some stuff I tried with going entirely digital again. Some SciFi set up. Pulp Comics style. For my Spaceranger Fan Art again. I suck at HighTech.
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    Yeah I was refering to the design sketches. I prefer one without the paint

    Cool 'space shippyness pop artness'. Cool idea but the ships shapes seem a bit skewed. Think how the basic shapes work with the perspective.

    Keep sharing dude.
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    moin wolfe,

    yeah thats right i should open a sb too, maybe ill start today...

    watch out alter junge

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    okay, before another year passes on I am back to participating.

    Hereīs some more recent stuff. Iīll fill the SB with sketches from the last year in a bit. Please feel free to crit and comment as allways.

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    This was a piece from work. The fist pic shows the photograf I was given to work on. The second is the same photograph with everything below the horizon line is digitally recreated. And then painted over.

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    Nest one was for the same occasion. Worked over a photo.

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    And then one older anatomy and light study

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    And here are the last two DSG I participated in

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