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    Love what I am seeing, and the studies are especially well done ( I really want a fortune cookie right now). I need to do some studies myself now after seeing this sketchbook.

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    This is so amazing!

    And the one with the bear is so sad! (it's gonna survive, right?)
    But yeah, very nice stuff!

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    Thanks everyone, much appreciated.

    Blueflies- Thank you, that's very encouraging!

    Here are a few more studies. Two from life and one Frazetta master copy.

    More creative work soon...

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    Here's a little break down of my observations.

    Despite how easy Frazetta made it look, you can tell he put a lot thought into the composition and how each element contributes to the drama. I especially like how he simplified and grouped shadow values. I'm sure this technique was honed by working with just black and white.

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    wow your work is so good, especially love your brush strokes and colours.

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    Ah, I remember your work from CGHub. Your colours and loose brush work are really inspiring - it reminds me that my work is way too tight and a bit boring. The still life studies are just gorgeous. Looking forward to seeing what you do next!

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    will123will- thanks!

    Jaro- Oh yea, thank you!


    Here's a fairly quick environment:

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    Lovely lovely lovely work! Very inspiring. Keep that wonderfull fluidity that you use with your lines, it works really well and makes the whole picture come alive.

    Keep posting, I'm watching!

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    Wow thanks for the new desktop.

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    Wow, beautiful stuff. Any of it for sale?

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    Mmm, such tasty colors...

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    Good job and good observations on Frazetta.

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    I love the latest environment, and that Frazetta study looks awesome.
    Thanks for the Gif, nice work!

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    Incredible. I envy you, so much. The latest environment is excellent, such beautiful and vibrant colors!

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    Amazing stuff, man.

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    Oh my God, your studies, and then your Frazetta study. Hnnnng.

    The best artists always do make it look easy, don't they? Like you? <-----unmitigated jealousy.

    Consider me subscribed.

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    I love the banana study
    ur colors are amazing, i am in awe of your work. ur latest environment is so vibrant, thanks for showing the progress gif. I will keep visiting your sketchbook!

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    Wow!!!!

    Awesome Environments

    congratz

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    That last environment is amazing. :0000000

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    Thanks everyone!

    Here's a quick environment. This time I tried starting from a photo. I think it made the process faster, however I feel the resulting composition is a little arbitrary design wise.

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    wow, great environments, love the one with a woman and a child!

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    I'm really amazed not only how well your environments are painted but the unity in each illustration and how the characters seem to belong with in these environments.

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    woah great sketchbook, the girl and her dead bear is a great piece "sad"
    awesome colors at the caral reef env and the jungle
    5 stars

    when you get to hell, tell them I sent you - you`ll get a group discount

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    Definitely a five star sketchbook.

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    Gwahhh I love all of this so much! Your brush strokes and colors are blowing my mind!

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    Thanks folks!

    Here's a 20-30min photo study. I am trying to gain more control of my brush strokes, so that I am not so messy. The focus here is on hard and soft edges, and on simplifying value shapes.

    Of course I suppose this is much easier when the subject is fully realized in front of you. It's much more difficult when drawing from the vagueness of imagination.

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    Love LOVE your sketchbook and work. All of your environments have great mood, composition, and line quality!

    Just as a personal preference, I wish there was a little bit more detail or different texture use in the certain areas of your paintings to give a point of focus. Like in your tree drawing, it's an awesome drawing but the texture is kind of the same throughout and ends up flattening it out in some areas (like the foreground rocks).

    Depends on what your going for though! Nice sketchbook

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    Mmmmm are those blueberries? Let's make pancakes.

    Every artist was first an amateur.
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    Well good lord, this is one of the best SB's I've seen in awhile. Usually I'll think "Hmmm.... thats neat, that's really good" even among the 5 stars


    But this one..... .... dat color pld:
    Inspiring.

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