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    i've been fairly sick for the last week and today it hit me harder.. I didn't do much art today. heres some of what I did do.. when I'm better I'm going bring it.

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    I'm pretty sure I have strep throat so I am off to the doctors tomorrow morning!
    It seems like everything is slightly less fun when I'm sick. Heres some stuff from today. I've been quite unsatisfied with my pencil rendering.. so I worked on that for a bit. I think the hardest thing for me to draw is wine glasses.... so many ellipses...

    I did some thumbnail sketches for a design idea I had.. Public transportation robots.. They must have legs (more than 2) and they would also have a pilot.. I also assumed that these would not necessarily be for humans.. but they could be! I didn't use any references.. yet. but I'm going to take one or two of the ideas and flesh it out more as a painting!

    oh ya.. those ring of boxes are HARD!

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    stuff from today!

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    Thanls for the comment Jarrad! You're probably right, squeezing some more perspective stuff in my work would be a good idea...that's what the tetris paintings were supposed to be about

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    Vertical: Np. I sent you a PM.

    some of today's stuff.
    I got a book today called mechanika. its right up my alley!
    I did two and a half studies from based off of robots created by doug chiang.
    happy tuesday everybody!

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    Wahh, good looking stuff, the improvements are starting to stack up.


    I'm starting to work at mechs and mechanical stuff myself; still struggling. Nice to see you kicking ass. ^_^

    Please, help me improve by visiting my sketchbook and kicking me in the ass! ^_^

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    Hello there!

    Some neat studies in here, I like the way you do shape construction scott robertson style, keep practicing these, that's really the foundation to any kind of drawing and in fact you'll see that when you go to figure drawing for instance some of that will also make sense there.

    If you care for my two cents, my advice would be that; when you practice a certain subject, do it exclusively. I don't know how much time you have for practice but I found for myself that when I choose to for instance study 'heads' and do JUST heads for 2 weeks straight, I benefit much more from that than drawing some hands, some figures, some cars and just going random like that.

    I've heard somebody say, do a 100 drawings per subject, same idea basically, that focus and repetition will help you internalize the stuff you're working on rather than just pass through the subjects.

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    Keep it coming O_O Work hard! You'll get there!

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    EDIT: Shit! I'm so sorry for not responding to you Xyphid.. I didn't see your comment somehow. I really appreciate the advice and I left you my response in your SB!

    Xerenity: Thanks man. It's hard to feel like I'm making progress. It's more so hard to see it from my point of view. It's all good though. I haven't been over to your SB in a while! Last I saw you were doing some pretty cool dragons.

    Chazilla: Yes! More to come! Harder to work! I keep an regular watch on your stuff. Lots of anatomy. Lots of goodness!

    some stuff from today. I attended a 2 hour life drawing session but I don't feel like scanning all of that crap. here is some other crap... oh god those white highlights with paint got way out of hand.. they look like bird poo. hahahah

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    great work ethic, cool robots dude

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    Catface: Thanks yo! Those robots are Doug Chiangs and I copied them to learn about parts and expand on my shape vocabulary and stuff.

    I won't bore anyone with the fundamentals and scribbly things from today. Here is something that may be a bit more entertaining to look at. Imagination.
    off to go play a gig!

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    Keep going! : O you can do it!

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    Starting to look like something, keep going

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    Dude! I haven't checked out your page in a while but the improvements are awesome! Some of the material studies you've done really make me want to do tons of studies myself, and the perspective drawing (as always for you) is really shaping up. Great work, man.

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    I'm Back!!.. again!

    Chazillah: Now that I'm home, I shall! You've done quite a lot since i've been gone. Just goes to show how much you can do in a month!

    Incinerated: Thanks! I shall keep going

    MrFrenik: Thanks! I haven't checked out your stuff in a while either. I think it's time to pop on over!

    So, I've been away with my band travelling and whatnot for the last month and I am now home and glad to be back! I was lucky enough to see some amazing artists and some breath taking museums during my travels! Here are some drawings that I did while I was away.

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    great perspective studies i'm inspired thanks

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    yarosh: Thanks man!

    Didn't do much today. Perhaps tomorrow?
    All imagination stuff, maybe I should do more ref. dunno!

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    stuff! Sketches! John park silhouette studies and some of my own!
    a JP mech study! I think i'll flesh out some of those silhouettes tomorrow.

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    A developed silhouette idea and anatomy scribbles.

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    2 john park rbts and 1 of mine

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    john park studies and a silly sketch

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    hey thanks for stopping by my sketchbook, nice progression here i love the mechanical designs and perspective stuff you've got going on, i see you're doing a lot of head construction looks like loomis or maybe hampton, it looks good but don't forget to mix in actual photo studies of faces. good luck!

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    Really awesome to see someone stick to the basics and an industrial design perspective all the way through. That's really rare I feel, even with people who know for sure that their end goal is concept design. You've made some giant improvements, that's quite obvious. Keep working on what you're doing, if your end goal is to work from an industrial design perspective, I think you're on the right track. Mixing in some classical studies certainly won't hurt, but your fondness of hard-surface design and perspective shows, so no reason not to keep working with a clear goal in mind!

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    ghost hardware: Thanks man for the advice! These three head studies are for you! I'll do more lataaaa! You work is inspiring!

    yochanan: Thanks so much! I do really like hard surface, but I am equally interested in soft surface as well.. theres just so much to do! . Mechs are fun though! I will certainly do some more studies!!!

    stuff from today! (the mech is john parks!)
    enjoy if you dare

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    Holy balls, you're going to be an awesome industrial designer one day. Whether it be for concepts or for designing machines for actual companies, this stuff is awesomely detailed. Your perspectives have definitely paid off!

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    MrFrenik: Jeez thanks. That would be nice... maybe if I work harder :p


    I've been slacking off somewhat lately and I'm done with it now. Time to saddle up and get back to it full time. Here are a couple of things from today.

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    you been so busy! great studies on perspectives and mechs, definitely seeing improvements!

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    Krypt: I wish. Truth is i've been slacking off for the last while.. But I'm now on the road to recovery . Thanks again for the encouragement. Your stuff is always inspiring!

    here is the only thing today that doesn't require scanning! I got really lazy near the end of it because I JUST WANTED TO FINISH IT! a movie shot study. I tried only using one layer and not zooming in. It got pretty hectic.

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    Hey there, thx for your nice comment.
    Your sketches look promising. Some are quite well and others look a little sloppy.
    What you might find helpful is a constructuion guide for faces and anatomy.
    I've recently dug through the free part of the lessons from Riven Phoenix.
    Look here and take a lot of time.

    http://www.alienthink.com/inventiont....blogspot.html

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