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    Hi BBwolf, very nice stuff in this SB! You have a particular style and I lot of immagination!
    Keep sharing
    ciao

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    Heya Dreamworker

    Thanks for the reply. You made the third page. Yay!!!
    Yeah, itīs ma own style. Inky. I try to break out once in a while tho.


    Okay hereīs some alien exebition concept. *bump*

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    And for good measure a piece done on graphpaper while waiting for me supper
    to get ready. Shows my need for workin my anatomy knowledge, huh?

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    Nice update Wolf, in truth the last one don't convince me! But this page is very good http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1165876689
    In particular I love the chamber with the alien, a good inspiration for me!
    Ciao

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    i agree with dreamwrker on both comments...keep 'em comin at this rate

    ciao

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    Hey Dreamworker

    Yeah, as I wrote, it didn´t convince me too. But it is a kinda progress. here´s another one, this time from ref. I am curious to see what you´ll be inspired too by the alien inna tank.


    Oi, theGnoll. Thanks for stopping by again. Yeah I´ll try to post more in this rythem. Can you tell I have more free time on my hands atm?
    Next week my vacation starts. Whoop-deedoo.


    Oh, and this is a PS doodle w/out ref. Bleahrg. I need sum ref for stuff like that I reckon.
    Maybe I´ll work him some more. Dunno. I suck with lights and shadows.

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    the girl turned out realy good, i like especially the lower part of her body, the shadow on her legs looks nice!
    but from breasts upwards it isn't that good, her face is a bit ugly... if you use so black pencils or whatever dont do so much scribbling in her face, be careful with these lines.

    so long

    keep it up

    hax

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    Hya Haxxxor, welcome 2my SB. Thanks for the comment, but come on! Sheīs not ugly. If I shade the whole body this way I have to keep it up in the face too. Not to compromise my style. And after all. itīs "just" a sketch.


    Awroight ladies īn gents, hereīs īnuther woon oy ded īsum time ago with pencils n brush n copic inks.
    Jest worked it a lil over with PS jes nauw.

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    And one more update for tonight.

    The woman is influenced by Pamela Landey, CIA Supervisor. Tried to give her a Mangaesk look.
    The other are just Wolf doodles, hehehe.

    And then some faces with cast ahadow tryouts.


    See ya guys tomorrow.

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    P r et ty Cool man. Liked the comic type style. But some of the image didn't load , that's dial for you.

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    Heya NicoRaven

    Welcome to my Sketchbook. Glad you like the comic style.
    But which pics didn´t load??? And what does that´s dial for me mean???


    So here´s a bump. Greeting card I did a few months back. A Party invitation.
    In Germany there´s a saying meaning having one huge party or having as much fun as possible. "die Sau raus lassen" translating somewhat like this:
    "setting the hog free". And the saying on the sausage jar goes like
    it´s high time to set the hog free. Get it? huh? Get it??


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    Sooo.... Update. A small one.

    I know that the hand and the stick donīt match. Iīll fix it soon.

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    Fun with hand and feet. heheheh.

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    loads of good stuff !

    the mafia man/girl on the previous page are cool, i agree with you tho - the first one's definitely better, they just sit together a bit tighter i think.

    i thought the girl sketch was pretty good for no ref, you've got a good feel for the figure there, mebbe more ref/life studies tho will make 'em feel a bit more believable.

    good to see you putting stuff out at this rate tho - keep it up !

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    Heya Mr Digs

    Good to see ya again. But uh, if youīre refering to the dancing Girl on page 3, that one is from ref. The Gangster Girly is without ref.

    I have to tell ya folks, that some of this stuff is allways about a few weeks old. The stuff from work needs to lay on the shelf for a little while. When I am absolutly sure the stuff is not "eyes only" anymore, I post em here. Makes
    a little delay. Still I draw every day. And I post very often. Just with some time between drawing and posting.

    Anyway, here are sum Theatrical Poster Sketches:

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    Nice updates, expecially the Theatrical Poster.
    Ciao

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    servus!
    Some of your pics show real nice progress in little time but at the same time some look like you got lazy. dont get lazy dude, i gotta torture your brain ALL THE TIME! ;-)
    I like the alien-exhibition thing best i think, great concepts

    keep it up, i'm watching you

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    Servus Embee

    Yep, I am lazy and improving like crazy all at the same time.

    You gonna torture my brain? So you ARE a girl! And be carefull. I am member of Amnesty International.


    Seems everybody like the bug in the big Jar. Maybe I should do some more. Okay I had an exihibit of
    alien fauna so here´s some alien flora and some random unthemed scribbles:

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    On to something completly different - well - not really - I know I should prolly
    better do copies out of my anatomy books but. I chest got me a groundwork neon genesis evangelion
    book and I LOVE it. Couldnīt resist trying to sharpen my Mangea Style a bit.

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    More Manga making Excercise

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    the theatrical poster sketches are cool - you have plenty of original ideas.

    the girl from post #139 is my favourite from the manga studies - be cool to see you colour this, i'd still love to see you put some of your ideas together into one finished piece.

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    februar/märz is in heilbronn von der volkshochschle aus wieder aktzeichnen. könnt dich interessiern. ob ich wieder dabei bin weiss ich nich weil ich im februar mitm zivi anfang und nich weiss wie ich arbeiten muss. diesers jahr wars donnerstags von halb 7 bis um halb 9 donnerstags, denk nächstes jahr isses wieder so... vll sieht man sich da. manu

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    Sunday upDate


    @MrDigs
    Yeah, I´d like to see me doing a more finished fantasy comic/piece myself.
    Maybe in the middle of my vacation.

    @embee
    Zivi? Und was darfst Du machen? So richtig Kackpfannen leeren oder hast Du Dir was cooles abgecheckt? Ich selber war T5. Nä-nene-NäHÄ.

    Life drawing course in good old Heilbronx is out of question I am afraid. Since my illustrating job near Karlsruhe I moved into the "Fächerstadt" and visit the old hunting grounds only VERy rarly.



    Okay folks, here some sketches for when I tried to come up with a poster/flyer thing for a regularily
    happening Poetry Slam. But 2 me it looked 2 much like Hip Hop. What do you think?

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    yeah i know - there's never enough time eh !

    the first sketch didn't look too hip-hop to me, but a few of the second set did - especially the guy at the bottom and the one with his hand out flat, it's wierd cos i scrolled up the post from the bottom and thought it was a hip-hop character before i read your post ! mebbe you could throw in some older imagery, like someone holding a skull, yorick style or something ?! good sketches tho, especially the girl.

    i'm diggin the daily updates !

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    Heya MrDigs

    Yeah, I try to keep this as alive as I can atm. Thanks for the kind comments.


    Okay folks, hereīs a quick anatomy study from yesterday (Hogarth) and as a bumb, because it
    correspond so well with the study, a pic I did for a friendīs birthday a little while back. I included
    the ref for better judgement.

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    Nice Hogart studies! I like the last present for your friend is so crasy
    ciao

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    nice sketches!
    keep doing those anatomy sketches they look clear (and thats strange from Hogart )

    keep 'em cominG!

    ciao

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    Okay, here´s a sketch I did on the back of an invoice. And sum DSG sketching and fast coloring in PS.
    I am gonna post my holiday sketches in the next days. Tired now. I´ll come by you folks tomorrow or so.

    C ya.






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    hey man thank you for your reply in my sp... one thing, that demon wasn't a selfportriat

    in your sb i see a good development of anatomy and i like your comic style.
    that caricature of your friend turned out very funny, i dig it very much.

    tha last one needs still some improvement on values and how the colors fit to each other... maybe you do a grayscale picture first.

    keep at it.

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