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    i love the tuscan gouache! your vibrant colours are definitely the best thing about your work! I agree with killing.people...youre paintings really do stand out here on CA! theyre so natural & free...not all the artificial photoshop finish that a lot of the coloured pieces have here!


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    Thanks, O D T, I start to appreciate my approach... any more fans around?

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    We went to Fipse's place on Saturday - and of course I took my small sketchbook with me. I managed to do quick sketches of Pedda and Fipse. For those of you who know them - both are constant movers while talking...

    Pedda looks like a mixture of Peter Jackson, a hobbit and himself on this one:
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    I think I managed to catch the main characteristics of Fipse - what do you think (for a few of you know him personally by now)?
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    Hey jester!

    Love that you are getting together with other artists and familiar ones to the site, always fun to relate to the conceptart experience, share ideas and just sketch. The Fipse sketch definitely resembles him from the pictures I have seen.

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    Hiya endregan, well, Fipse is an old school friend of me - I think we know us for almost 24 years now... Actually it was me who told him to come to CA

    But you are right, it's always a good thing to meet people in real life, especially if they share your interests. Fipse, Pedda, my partner and some other guys (plus Fipse's wife, not to forget!) have a middle ages project called "Godendag" - and that's why we were meeting on Saturday. There's going to be a museum's night in Dortmund in two weeks and they'll be part of it, re-enacting a small 14th century troop in a re-built tower of Dortmund's fortifications. I will definitely go there and take photos!

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    Nice pages Jester! I really like the marker and whiteout near the top. You're improving alot, these paint comps are daring and Your having much success with the landscapes. I like that dragon eye too.
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    yah up there that tree you added changed the whole picute reall nice lota progress here keep goign dont stop heeh well take bathroom brake
    do u do thumbs ?thay are ncie cuz you limit your information .. sorta make it easy on your self and get to the hart of the matter ... use liek 3 or so values give or take play with the shapes for comp .. can use the tone as compistion too without picture .. then jsut do them quick dont think about htme much go for the form .. is verry fun and can go from ther and try couler thumb or what have u

    i think alot of time when we work on a "picture"its some what over whleming <is for me at least> and you can get caught up in some aspect of the picture thats maby not the most important thing ... not so with the thumbs

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    There is a lot of improvement in all of your recent updates jester! steak is right you are becoming much more daring and I love what you are doing with a pencil now...you seem more comfortable with it...at least that's what it looks like.

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    steak, thanks a lot.

    liam.c, thank you as well. I rarely do thumbs. Funny thing is that I'm currently started doing them for a dragon picture I'm planning. This is Two dragons with dragon riders landing on the two towers of a city gate and putting their heads together in order to let their riders talk to each other. I'll post them later.

    Jon, thank you very much, as I wrote in one of my recent posts, I feel that I have gained enough points again and reached the next level (at last!). It's a good feeling!

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    Update of the stuff I created the last few days:

    got inspired by a give away I bought for my customers:
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    dragon sketches, trying to get a feeling for the anatomy, plus thumb
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    humble attempt at drawing from mind. I suck at this!
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    From reference:
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    I really like you animal sketches, they have tons of life in them. The gouache paintings are really nice also, especially the little seascape that you posted with and without the tree. I like that one alot, I would put it on my wall. Looks better with the tree BTW, at least in my ever so humble opinion.

    I don't have much advice to give, but I think you should draw more people. Your people don't have as much energy and life as your animal sketches.

    BTW, on that last one with the guy standing against the car, is that from a magazine or something? Because it looks SO familiar for some strange reason.

    Good stuff, throw us some more updates.

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    I_am, caught me! It's a FjällRaven ad...



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    Ok, finally found some spare time to draw and paint again.

    Just to warm up:

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    and a gouache from life:

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    More gouache

    These three apples took longer than I expected. Managed to mess up the left one in between and had to correct it. Then put my finger on the still wet shadow of the rightmost apple... grrr!

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    Oh my, seems like this gets to a bi-weekly update sketchbook!

    Anyway, here's what I managed today:

    A sea-horse from reference:
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    Animal studies from reference
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    doodle from mind
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    doodle from mind
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    I'm quite glad that I found the confidence again to let my pencil wander over the paper and see what's coming out of it.

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