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September 17th, 2011 #1
The albino-Z Sketchbook
I am practically new in here, but I am very glad to have joined.
To start off, here is my entry for the latest EOW round. I am not sure it is finished yet, but time is running out anyway:
The temple of El lies in the heart of the Opaline Desert. Legends wrought in the vast seas of sand speak of El, a mythical dream sorcerer of the drach, that slept for three full moons, shaping dream-matter into a temple of glorious beauty. It was upon the first look that El's heart was captivated by the untold grace and awe of his own masterpiece. He cried and cried till every tear of joy had left his body, turning himself into a living statue. Now that the war shrieks of the drach sorcerers are but an echo in time, the temple of El is still slowly disintegrating, creating the vast plains of iridescent sand that surround it; a symbol of the relentless power of dreams.
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September 17th, 2011 #2
September 17th, 2011 #3
Saw this over at eow...well done!
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September 17th, 2011 #5
Ricardo: will do :] thank you very much for commenting!
kidult: I am really glad you like it : D
revenebo: You have great skills and a very inspiring SB. Thank you for checking out mine too- (although it is currently non-existent lol)
I know this area is supposed to be for WIPS and stuff but I will post some of my recent work just for hello.
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wow, after seeing the EOW develop I expected you to create an awesome sketchbook.
Beautiful work, man!
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September 18th, 2011 #10
Psychobuddy, NickyBeats : thank you for the warm welcome! :]
monotony: hey man, thanks for dropping by. You know I dig your work!
Some WIPS that are lying on my desktop- planning on working on them during the following days. (I am re-doing the first one, was not pleased with the posture)
September 18th, 2011 #11
September 20th, 2011 #12
Vitra: thank you so much for the encouraging words!
Oh, and here is a WIP for the latest COW: ROUND#229, Bouncy, Amphibious Rain-Dancer.
The idea is that of a tiny tiny critter climbing to the heights of the stratosphere, stepping on rain drops
Critiques are most welcome.
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September 21st, 2011 #13
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Stunning intro to your sketchbook, you have a unique style oozing with personal revelation. These characters are strong; they remind me of guardian angel terrestrials, creatures or men you'd encounter in a secret level of Mortal Kombat or under the subway station of some futuristic metropolis. Nice book!
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September 26th, 2011 #18
@Vulgar: Thank you very much for visiting. I am also glad you found the SB interesting. I hope I do not disappoint.
@Gadbury: Thanks, I forced myself into deep waters, as I want to improve in environments and perspective.
@NickyBeats: glad you like it! unfortunately it could not climb too high in votes lol. Thank you for commenting!
@PHATandy: Thank you for the encouraging words! will do!
Here is my latest entry in the COW activity:
Concept: The Caretaker
He -the most humble of gods- born in mud, chained in mud, forever humming the faint tune of creation.
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Those are spectacular, you must really study a whole lot.
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October 7th, 2011 #23
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Hay there, albino; Just wanted to stop by and say that you're one of my greatest inspirations to work from the imagination, and properly put it into a plane in which people can visually appreciate and understand. Not only because you are skilled, but you seem to hold an imagination similar to my own. (digitally, anyways) keep up the amazing work. I hope to see tons more in the future.
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keep it up xD
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Amazing Shit, man!
Now crit the shit out of me!
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Whoa . . . . . . . .
Awesome work! I kept scrolling down waiting for something that wasn't so hot, but every single post blew me away! I think you like to draw the same sort of shapes that I do: wings, triangles, tendril-y things, etc. You are definitely inspiring! My sketchbook should look like this.
I'm curious, do you do preliminary sketches and whatnot for these or do you just start with one image and work it from rough to finish? Thanks!
October 11th, 2011 #30
Def got some great stuff in here man. Love that Guerilla nest EOW and you've come up with some very interesting COW's. I actually haven't noticed that your fairly new to the site, mainly because your work is just so awesome! It's really cool how you incorporate a coloured blur to your work, it adds that much more and gives it a neat almost photographic effect. Keep it up man!!