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    unfocused

    1 hour figures // each

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    lol bike herp a derp derp


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    drinking

    meh

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    fuckit.now

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    figures - figures. my kingdom for "decent figure !

    some figures 1 hour each ( time constraint )

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    enviroments

    gonna do some enviroment training stuff now

    1 - just layed down colors

    2 - decided to break up the image in foreground , midground , background

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    with somewhat diffrence

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    30 mins each - all done from grayscale to color. I rather go with color from the start. I need to look at referance also.

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    So I though I could do like an exaggeration of what I've learned ( the sense of depth ) with a simple concept. - just for fun 10 mins

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    also , all this painting makes me miss sketchbook pro

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    A sneaky diver

    - I kinda tried to force a background when I always though of it without any

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    here is the progress

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    Tree brushing test

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    testing out making brushes in Alchemy and making tumbs. This is one of them - there is alot of them

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    Here is just a though or "concept" , Id want to do some kind piece on Knights vs Zombies - but with alittle bit more action .

    just for funs

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    elfs

    Been trying to do skintones

    I've always dont gone with overlays and such but now Im really interested in coloring directly. Also I know they are anything but subtle but making subtle yet convincing skin is gonna take me some time.

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    also doing some Bridgeman observations

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    some moviestills 40 mins each.

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    so rusty - depressing as hell. Im going to use the cutout filter on some pictures before painting them to see simplifyed versions.

    doodles blah

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    Been awhile since I done these , some gestures lack legs etc

    1mins each pose

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    Now onto the speedpainting - 40 mins each.

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    Yes , pretty lulz yes. I was having tunnelvision - I need to zoom out and focus on the more important things, also I use a more "lucid" brush
    to aid my thinking .

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    Thanks for popping by my SB. You've got a great sketchbook going on here. You seem to do all the difficult stuff that I'm avoiding. Keep on working hard mate!

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    @ Mikko Voipio - Thanks man !

    Todays moviestills (40 mins) each, I felt like most moviestill Ive done have been almost portraits - so today I picked ones with alittle bit more of an enviroment.

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    animals of any kind is not within my comfort zone - so here a begning of an
    tiger study "anatomy".

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    The boxes has divisions an it helps me think about lenght and such - much like when I studied Riven phoenix structure of man series.

    Although Im teach myself

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    Great job with the studies! Keep that routine up, and post larger images.

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    great progress man your digital stuff is really improving. keep it up!
    Sketchbook:
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    "I am obsessed with the process of creation"-Zdzislaw Beksinski

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    back

    @ Patonki - Thank you , and I will do that

    @ N0N - thanks, I've broken the routine though: staying up late just aint worth it especially when you have to lift weights ands stuff during the day

    excuses excuses ;O


    Anyways couldent make myself speedpaint today but I done something I've been meaning todo.

    bridgeman study

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    some other stuff - I dont really fool around with hue and saturation tools - it was fun.

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    Also Im still doing lion anatomy - currently doing like "xray" sketces over photos of lions. Apparently they are really stingey about who uses them ;O


    stay cool cA

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    Been hitting a wall last days - its like , if its not a study or anything from my todo list it wouldent be worth it. Naturally this gives you fear of the black white canvas.

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    drew a pig and felt better.

    I really shouldent separate doodling and study time so much. Spent much of the time just zoomed out - hence a tumb in the cornor which I like better, its usually means it works.

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    Hey, thanks for your kind words in my SB.

    Just remember that doodling isn't as worthless as it might seem. If you try to incorporate some of the new stuff that you've been
    learning into your doodles then you'll set those studies in stone.

    Keep posting!

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