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    Pretty cool... I like the wood carving lady.


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    render study

    JRTribe Thank 'ya, had a hard time with the one I think your talkin about Colors got the better of me again.

    Taking the same approach to returning to basic studies as as few other people here on CA - Matt Kohr in particular. Nothing original here, just wanted to try and figure out rendering and blending. More to come. Also working on circles and ovals - as lame as that sounds I have such a hard time with getting them to look right in perspective. Bowls are the perfect challenge

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    Monster

    Tried to do a monster following GunnerRomantic's themes - more or less.

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    love that cup/bowl study, looks really nice

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    thumbusted

    Trying to come up with some ideas for my first portfolio of the semester. Having a lot of trouble finding subject matter that would work well.

    rumpenstiltzkin Hey thanks for coming back! Thanks, I plan on doing more of those studies for blending/rendering practice.

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    Spending some time in my notepad doing exercises - been busy doing projects so haven't had the time I would like to draw more. Typical excuse I guess.

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    mas

    updates during a busy schedule

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    Hey There!

    Really nice variety in your SB, love the enviro stuff!
    I also dig the sketchy and gritty feel to your char designs...maybe watcjh out that they won't get too undefined in some parts even for sketches.

    ...and there is always a reason for a donkey jumping bravely through fire!


    keep em coming!

    cheers

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    Semester ended and I've switched focus on building up a starter company with some of my buddies.

    Here is are a couple scribbles done in spare time.

    Delmar: Thanks man! You're one of my CA.org heroes!!! Thanks for posting and I'll definitely try and force myself to stop being lazy with my form in the future.

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    Tryin to bring a little more forethought into forms instead of being a panzy and hinting at stuff that Im otherwise too afraid to attempt to draw.

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    great colors! and the enviro one looks very nice.

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    Hey everyone! Latest little batch.

    @rumpenstiltzkin: Thanks! The savanna turned out nicely. Always surprised that the quicker ones turn out the most interesting.

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    Wow! Good technique and interesting concepts. And so few comments?
    Thanks for sharing!

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    Your enviroments look sick!! and really like the speedpaints, you have some nice style mr

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