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    Okay, I'll be the first to comment on your Sketchbook! Nice drawings especially the dinosaur. Keep it up!

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    Nice penciling, i especially like the texture in the 2 first.
    Keep them coming.!

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    Yesss i really like your designs, the way you sketch is veru different to any others i see, keep us posted!

    Please take some time to check out my blog http://fmpbmet.blogspot.com/ or follow ab_bre_vi_ate on Twitter. Thank you
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    Thanx guys. I actually hate texturing with pencil, digitally is far more effective, but you know how it is when you're on classes... you'll solve rubic cube ten times just to make time go faster .

    Anyway, I missed posting this one before. I think it's really kinky:





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    Photoshop cloud study. Don't have bigger resolution here. But it's always fun doing them, just put basic (darker bluish color) vector shape, then hit with low opacity white brush for plasticity, and keep adding new raster layers until you get to the right "white" highlight.

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    concept I'm working on currently, consists of couple connected paintings, pretty much still working atmosphere























    I'm preparing them for the website that i wanna launch this year, and i'll maybe do them like a flipping book style, so it's all interactive and stuff . and i can add similar small comic projects to it... so stick around

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    i really like the progression of your work.

    VV this one below is my favorite VV.





    keep up the great work and i can't wait to see more works from you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakebilbao View Post
    i really like the progression of your work.

    VV this one below is my favorite VV.





    keep up the great work and i can't wait to see more works from you.
    thanx mate, appreciate it, that one goes with the girl, it's suppose to be a satyric representation of 'love'.

    but yeah, that's one of the styles i paint with, check out this ariel olivetti tutorial on youtube, quite a nice 'render' for a comic book artist:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sDmHPXez-XM

    so you pretty much select area with mask layer, put the basic (greyscale) tone and value, then upon it do low opacity black and white shading. after that you apply color with 'hue/saturation' (colorize) and 'replace color' tool... was pretty useful to me when i get pissed with hitting the right color from the first

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    back again, been awhile since i've posted but been working on this project with a help of some other people. so there's a website now, and here are some of the promo work here done, so hope you like it:















    this is all part of the two e-books that are on this website http://invertedmirror.com/, so if anybody has time please do check it out.

    The whole thing is promo for upcoming comic book. That will probably take time of two years or so, so during that time there'll be more free fun stuff like this on site, mini comics and all, and i'll be posting them here too.

    so check it out, and i hope you like it.

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    plum it

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    you have some cool stuff in here. Keep it up

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