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    maintainance.. nothing deep, just played around with brushes.

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    Wow! those values are rocking dude! props

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    thx tronrobot.
    Here's another set of random doodles and anatomical drawings(spinal segments - axis, atlas and lumbar segment) and fairly rough cranium.

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    your digital landscapes are absolutely beautiful, There's a great sense of loneliness and foreboding about them.

    Also really love the pen work on the bone studies. Can't wait to see more!

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    thx!There's much to learn tho, but i'm working on it

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    speedie.Lighting is a complete mess and i don't know what to with it.Critics appreciated

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    Last edited by obier; May 12th, 2011 at 07:13 AM.
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    3 minute sketches.

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    You have some really nice work. I really enjoyed your pencil sketches... Your Digital paintings are amazing. What is your process when you start out with a painting. Keep it up.

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    Quick character sketch(no ref) - not so happy with the result.Soon i'll be posting more of these.

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    Studies after Russian landscape masters.

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    I really enjoy your landscapes, there's a very good sense of scale about them.

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    needs some more work

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    Another doodle, done in the arthistory lecture.

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    great stuff! love the pencil work!!

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    Not much to say, love the pencils!

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    Thx guys

    Livedrawing from school..

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    awsome sketches. you're very talented!
    I'd love my drawings to have the same class!

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    Hey there
    You're off to a nice start with your sketchbook. I particulary like your pencil works, and your environments are obviously just as cool.

    How long would you spend on pieces such as in post #8 ?

    Keep up the good work, I'm interested to see where you go with your skills!

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    Thx, i'm glad you like themWell in the post #8 - upper one took about 4-5h and i used photo overlay to get some texture and to boost the whole process.However, it's still too long time, since the quality isn't equal to the amount of time i spent on it.Lower took less, about 2,5hrs, and it's a mere sketch as you can see.
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    You're off to a nice start with your sketchbook. I particulary like your pencil works, and your environments are obviously just as cool.

    How long would you spend on pieces such as in post #8 ?

    Keep up the good work, I'm interested to see where you go with your skills!


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    slapdash doodle

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    played with values

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    post-apocalyptical-indie character

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    afternoon doodle
    edit:added slight contrast to it

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    lonely flag

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    A few lifedrawings from biomedicum and random scribbles.

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    Something snowy - not quite finished tho.

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    Like the environment because it's suggest a place that is alive and that has a certain specific purpose which means that there is a coherence, or at least a suggestion of purpose in the environment. It's not just random tower on side of mountains.

    I think the progression from back to front really help. We establish that the world afar is somewhat hostile and desolated, but as we come closer we can a [big] glimpse in what is probably either a settlement or some sort of corporate owned colony for mineral exploitation, with most of the dwelling space tucked underneath in what I assume is some sort of geo-thermal thingny.

    I'm eager to see it develops and I hope that there can be even more purpose communicated in the drawing. For instance, what are the towers for? what are they doing on the surface? Those two holes on the side, what do they do, where do they lead, who goes there, vehicule, man, some sort of gaz, a fluid maybe (I'm not saying that those thing have to be explicitely in the drawing, just that you should know these things)?

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