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    Nice updates, keep up the good work! You're perspective studies are looking great!

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    Isometric environments, way too cool man, wiiiii
    I so much like the ideas and the object placement on them.
    It’s like parts from an underground vault? One should feel really
    safe and comfy inside those rooms. And an electric bed, superb.
    Are the lines all hand drawn, or you used some software for it?
    Everything looks very original and solid,
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    Great work on those isometrics, you must have so much patience. Gahhh! O_O Keep working man!

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    oh my god your perspective its just killer! and the saw boar with fungis made me lol so hard, amazing prop design and really creative too!

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    Interesting things as always! Great studies and it's very inspiring! You’re pushing your work in the right direction. Keep posting!

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    Ahhh interiors, they are so sexy. Seen most of them but there were a couple i hadnt seen before, definitely improving man. Keep it up!

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    Update!

    Thanks for the comments everyone!!!

    Havent Been around for awhile. Went through a depressed period of drawing, im sure everyone goes through it hahhaha. But been learning 3d modeling with most of my time and been drawing still. Got a few things to show but for now here is my cathedral stuff. The big one is my orginal drawing with no refs. Just prismacolor markers and high tec c's. All freehand no rulers. Alot of fun


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    oh and some doodles from off the top of my head
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    Maaaaaaaaaaaan, what a progress! you killin the perspective, wish i had too, everything looks so nice.

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    Wow that cathedral is awesome! I can’t understand how you did that without ref or any rulers, its craaaazy! I admire your skills man! So how’s everything going? I hope you’re keeping the creativity. I know just that feeling when it’s hard getting any studies done. But I think you manage great considering that. I love the architectural studies and are hoping to see more soon!

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    Is it me or did you use 2 different HL's for the cath.? I am asking because I am about to get into complex perspective such as caths, old London, elizabethan interiors and so on.

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    Wow man love your style!! You should make a comic it would rock!

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    Update!

    eclip-se Thanks alot!!!


    Greenhouse Thanks alot for stopping by! I did those two drawings from references then i just put them away and made some basic shapes then started rendering for 8 hours straight. I use alot of Scott Robertson's techniques for not using a ruler and drawing straight lines. If you ever need some help im over on skype messenger


    SketchKing Thanks for checking out my sketchbook! No just one horizon, but you cant see it on the page though. There are some mess ups but it was fun to do

    Kerro Perro Comic!!!!! Aw man dont feel like im that good yet. Maybe i should try

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    Looking in to maybe going to The Art Department for some offical training. Got to spend money to make money i suppose. This whole self training thing blows hahaha but im greatful for the time to work on my skills. So not to much to update, got to scan in the traditional stuff still. Been working on drawing digital. Its kicking my ass hahaha

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    And one Toph Gorham study and a car sketch in photoshop

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    Oh and here is a cover of Dexter's Lab theme song me and my friend made! The guitar solo's are the best part



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    Yeah dude! I love your music and your drawings. Your perspective seems to be based in technical drawing, am I right? There are two kinds I think, one without a vanishing point and one with a vanishing point. I don't know. Your buildings are really detailed. Awesome work and thanks for stopping by my sketchbook!

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    Nice update, cheers!

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    Update!

    Eternal Apprentice Hey thanks for stopping by!!! They have a vanishing point just not on the page. I usually draw the grid out without the vanishing points. Just estimates. I like to try to draw all my stuff freehand but at times i will wip out the ruler and use vanishing points. I know like those isometric or something drawings have no vanishing points. Im going to try some soon

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    I enjoyed browsing through your book. You've done well in your learning, especially with your perspective. I hope you took a moment to reflect and be proud of how far you've come. You might not be at the place you want to be but still you really deserve to have that moment. All I can say is very good, sir, and keep on keeping on!

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    I told you that you are multi talented, that Dexter’s Lab remake is epic,
    I was listening it a few times over and over. So you can make money by
    making concepts for games and by making music for games, awesome.
    Going to The Art Department is a very good idea, that is if you can afford
    it, that’s an outstanding decision. But even if you don’t go, you are good
    that way also, I mean your improvements are beyond superb. 3D is fantastic,
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    your work is insane, you have a great desingers brain. I like the way you merge different things together. Superb technical drawing.

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    That octopus construction is so cool!!! Who thinks of such a thing, really! Making something from that squidly soft blob to a massive geometric 3d thing! It’s brilliant!!! Next step would be to make a futuristic ship of the construction, maybe.
    As I told you before, I love your construction artwork! Keep them coming!

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    wow man, awesome grasp on forms! you can really get some complicated ideas out neatly and nicely. Looks great! Man I wish I could do that!
    Hope to be seeing more soon.

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    Hi matey

    Sorry this is a long overdue comment, I have lurked around here for a while but i am sorry to say I have no crits to offer just a pat on the back and a well done I'm afraid.

    I love your sci fi concepts the most I think and the way it seems possible to exist, good one.

    thanks for taking the time to post it all, and all the very best to you.

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    good markering! those studies on others concepts seemed to have given you a leg-up in making your own, and that's fantastic! keep at it! i like your most recent little creature designs :> very cute and fun! (sorry for not sounding tough & gruff with 'cute', but they're exciting nonetheless)

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    HOLY Guacamole man,

    Your line work is superb. Amazing you can draw mechanics from the top of the head.

    I will stay here to learn from you as well.

    Awesome forum I can't seem to find any thread I dislike here. Just came back from artistic hiatus.

    Thank you for keeping a thread going with this sort of work. It is inspiring.


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    This is great to find someone who's a bit of a perspective nut like myself, although I will bow to your progress over mine anyday. I do have a quick question that I haven't been able to answer yet and that regards setting up proper square grids in any perspective other than 1 pt. perspective. I see that you go from laying out isometric views first to then the perspective drawing and am interested in how you transfer that grid into perspective to make sure that your cubic measurements stay exact. Thanks and keep up the damn good work.

    Oh, I hate drawing in Photoshop as well now that I've been doing Scott Robertson's studies with ballpoint and paper as well.

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    Saved your skype user name, so if I ever see you on I'll hit you up.

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    my man! you are doing wonders! great job, truly! great stuff!

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