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    Hi Matey

    I have just gone through your SB from one end to the other and all I can say is "WOW!" there isnt a single thing in here that I dont like. I especially love the girl at the headsmans block and the girl hugging the bear they are both quite poiniant and touching well done on those.
    but my all time favorite award goes to the girl leaning on the tree with the bloke wandering off, I decided that he must be Gay to wander off and leave her and not do the naughty with her as many times an hour as he could, because she is lovely!

    I have some bad news no mate and that is that I have subscribed to the thread and you will now get more of my inane drivel on a regular basis, just accept it as the price for fame and greatness LOL.

    all the best and thanks for posting its a real inspiration.
    A great kind hearted lumbering bullock



    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=209918 = my Sketchbook


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    Awesome work man, keep going.

    "I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears and sweat." - Winston Churchill

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    I would like to hike to the North Pole. I have a shoe and a ham sandwich. What do I do next?

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    HA! i had you frank frazetta pic with the shapes and shadow marking, as a screen saver for a while. You know to remind me what to concentrate on. Not that it worked. but that is my lazy fault. Great to see your work and it is sweet. Good stuff.

    Ps. My screen saver is now a cat saying not a single fuck was given that day.

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    That last piece is beautiful! Thanks for also posting the steps.

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    Inspiring work Lane.
    Keep up the hard work and keep having fun creating and exploring worlds
    best wishes
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    AdrianNagorski- Thanks!
    Lightship69- haha awesome! Thank's a bunch!
    Choob- thanks, i'll try!
    Mitze- serving as a screen saver is the highest honor, thanks!
    Mila- thanks, np
    Jamie- Thanks man!

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    Another study from life.

    I find that these non-creative studies, which focus on light and color, help me greatly when drawing from imagination. My creativity can then flow, less burdened by technical challenges.

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    Damn, that's an awesome study.

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    This sketchbook is dopeee! I love seeing the process for that piece. I love seeing process! I'm gonna go look through the rest of this!
    "CRUSH IT!" SKETCH GROUP
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    Absolutely amazing!
    Mind = blown!


    Do you have any foundation in traditional painting? Your usage of brushes suggest so

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    I love the working process SO MUCH!!! Great sense in colors...Is there particular way to improve it?

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    'Imaginary Sand'
    Lane's Sketchbook

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    Lane's Sketchbook

    1. Rough sketch to capture the gesture and general composition
    2. Reduce opacity of sketch, draw over with cleaner lines, solve problems
    3. Reduce opacity again, draw over with final line work
    4. Apply light wash of value and a tint of color

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    It's been forever since I've commented here O_O Great, great work here. The Blademaster piece is probably my favorite one you've done yet. The lighting is wonderful and your story comes across really well--all in all a very successful illustration.

    I'm also really impressed with the precision and simplicity in "Imaginary Sand." As always, I appreciate the process .gif you included. I do have a quick question regarding that piece, though--do you have any tips for achieving that kind of cleanliness and simplicity in your lines? Even with the other layers on lower opacity beneath it, I personally have trouble getting that kind of smooth, unbroken line, and they often come out looking sketchy or wavy. I've heard some people recommend zooming way in, and others suggest zooming really far out. How do you go about it?

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    Thank you Meps!

    As you can see in the process shown, my first lines are not at all clean or precise. With that said, those first lines are definitely the most difficult to place. They require the most thought and consideration. Once I have all the information down on that page, the final lines are really stress-free (mostly). It's just a matter of simplifying multiple marks into few marks.

    I try to find a brush that has a nice even texture, with a nice thin to thick pressure transition. (I was going for a pencil look with the last one) I actually tend to zoom in a lot for these lines. That way I can use a larger surface of my tablet for a big gestural stroke.

    The most important thing: "If it's not right, get rid of it!" -Iain McCaig http://iainmccaig.blogspot.com/
    It usually takes me 4-5 tries to get a line correct. If I ever feel that I can do better, I ctrl-z and try again.

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