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    Great work man, love all those moviestills

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    Page 5 D=!!! With no arts to look at =( Change that! where are those values, why are you hiding them?!? Very selfish....

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    sry for that .

    Heres the values and something unfinished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lakai View Post
    sry for that .

    Heres the values and something unfinished.
    Wing is satisfied. *thumbs up*

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    nice sketchbook, keep it up my friend

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    Awesome work mate! I-d really like to watch your process, dont have any videos myself for now

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    MrChow thx mate
    qlotzen thank you
    Wing glad u are pleased

    some more value studys.

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    Dude. I... need to have sexy studies like these. WOW. Are any of these from life or are they all from pictures? Either way to think some takes 2-3 hours I wonder if I have that stamina.... AWESOME DUDE!

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    I see a lot of glass and metal, when do my cloths get love lakai!

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    Eternal they are all from picture next value studys i'll do from life. Just the chess figures took me 2-3 hours. The others took me around 20 mins to and hour.
    Ixallus u are right i totally forgot about the clothes .

    seems like some ppl want to see the process and some roughs. Heres the roughest work i have to offer at this moment. I'll promise to save the inbetween steps next time.

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    Barfing wolf lol? Are you going to continue that? Also i saw what you did yesterday, or rather what you didnt do... 1 post... Remember im always watching you....

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    The blending on those value studies is incredible. Really beautiful stuff.

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    its blood not puke yes im gonna finish it.

    Revidescent Thank you!

    Some gestures... theres alot of room to improve them :/

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    Great work, the painting studies look incredible!

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    Wow, incredible work! Some of your movie still studies are better then the actual images they based on. You know exactly how to push your painting to that look that appeals and grabs a person. Fantastic!

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    Yeah, checking them again and i am more amazed ^.^ 5*

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    awesome sb man dig your creature designs and the colors !!!

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    dope sketchbook Lakai, i really dig those value studies man. keep it up!

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    eclip-se Haha .. thanks again for the tutorial!
    Hamorage Wow thx for the kind words.
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    Yemi775 thx glad u like it.

    some more gestures, I'm gonna do them every morning from now on, they help alot to warm up!

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    holy crap! master please teach me how to do still lifes!! loving the gestures, theres alot of energy to them, expermient a bit, since they are warm ups you can play with your mind, try using a single line to capture a whole contour of a torso, or work on a single limb, see angles and you know generally, "wake up" your head so everything afterwards is prettier, keep it up sir im suscribed! dont you dare stop posting on me!

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    lionheartGFX thx for the adive! I'm gonna make a small tutorial on how I render soon.

    I gonna destroy your image of my clean work, wing forced me to do so... . Heres my messy sketchbook, i scanned just a few pages... scanning them all is way to annoying and time consuming. Most of the stuff is pretty rough I use it mostly to fill the visual libary, sketching ideas etc.

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    You even render sketches nicely. WTH man, Trying to drown me in my own envy! On a more serious note, im glad you finally included some traditional stuff! Scanning is time consuming but doesnt it feel good to have it up. Or, at the very least, to have my approval =p. Nice job I hope you scan again soon!

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    Your output is crazy, I is jealous.

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    wow, what crazy inspiring work! I especially love your tonal stuff, mega awesome.

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    Hey Lakia, thanks for stopping by my page
    today's update is off the hook! you have a great sense of anatomy

    what did you mean by "try to work more on the edges try hard edged brushes or the marqueetool."

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    What a true collection of digital eye candies, I am fully fascinated.
    Now as I gone through your pages, I realized that I already saved some
    of your work in my inspiration and reference folders. Amazing. I would
    also like you to do some step by step paintings, cause the way you render and
    do soft, hard edges, contrasts, and general understanding of values and colors
    are high on the level of admiration. Good to see some traditional pencils also
    of course, your sketchbook pages are looking cool and are fun to watch. Keep
    on roller coasting through the wild bunch of frenzied sunflowers.


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    I'll just leave this here for you to see :3

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHsSd3vk5jk

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    Dunno what you're talking about when you say your sketchbook is messy - it's a hell of a lot tidier than mine!

    I love the page where you've experimented with lots of exaggerated body shapes, that's a great idea! I also really enjoy the old-school fantasy vibe of your characters and creatures. I'm afraid I haven't really got any critique though.

    And thanks for stopping by my sketchbook!

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    Draw the CRAZIEST pose you can thing of. Just a gesture, but make it SUPER DYNAMIC. Then put some flesh on it. i want to see what you would come up with. Dude, I really want to have such a well used sketchbook like that. Mine is so clean and nice it's just... ugh. i want more dirt in my art haha See you around!

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    awesome stuff here, pure gold.

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