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    Hey! A big thanks to you!

    Sebastian Gromann
    woooohh

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    I shit you not!

    So, it┤s time for an update again.

    First some sketchbook pages (horrible quality, I┤m sorry!)





    Two character designs. The blue guy was the entry for the recent chow, but I didn┤t quite make it in time. It┤s still WIP and I will finish it in the next days hopefully.





    Also some designs and sketches of the university-project, I┤m currently working on.









    Happy painting!

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    I really like the way you sketch! fast, but high in content! also your brush work is really nice!

    Keep up!

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    excuse my english yo!
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    this sb rocks, subscribed. :3

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    this is such a cool SB! love your studies alot! also the last couple of character concepts is really nice

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    Great pencils, great values and even greater character designs. Conclusion: You are awesome!
    Really can't get my eyes of the naked girl study on page 2, and that is not (only ) because of the breasts. Really amzing how soft it is, yet, specially under her right boob, are very sharp parts. How did you get to this result? Are you using masks or something?
    Either way, amazing work, keep it up!

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    Wavenwater
    Hey, Wavenwater. Thanks a lot!

    Lux_Aeterna
    Thanks for dropping by, Lux.

    rumpenstiltzkin

    Thank you ;D

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    It┤s a very simple method. Here┤s a little tutorial. I hope this makes it clear.



    take a big sized, soft brush and just lightly paint outside the selection with a darker/ligther value. Whatever you need in your case.

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    Recently I began to play around with brushsettings. I┤m not making crazy custombrushes, but just tweak the properties to fit my needs. So I ended up creating a flat, hard brush with anglerotation depending on pen pressure.

    here are a few characters, made with this brush and I personelly really like them very much. I┤m very curious what you guys and gals think about them.

    Is it possible to read them well or is it just too busy? Maybe it only makes sense in my mind, but in reality it┤s just impossible to recognize anything in this scribble mess?





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    First off dude your characters are badass! Second I'm going to have to try that brush the results remind me of the pressure shapes brush in alchemy, which I love. I'm definately subscribing

    Check out my SKETCHBOOK!
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    Very inspiring sketchbook *subscribe* Really like your pencilsketches as well as your landscape-studies. More !

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    This is such a great sketchbook. I love how you handle soft/hard edges with your technique. I'll have to try it out myself!

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    heyhey thanks for the tutorial!!! as i already said, i love those fluid sketches, the last one is srsly awesome. not to mention the great char you did for university. waiting for the next update, sweetheart!

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    Love those sketches in post 66! The last one doesn't read well towards the bottom but the rest are awesome.

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    As i told you already: Awesome scribbles are awesome!

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    First of all, very good sketches.
    And thanks for your tiny tutorial - seems like an effective method.
    greetings
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    yeah, your right. There is definitely a similarity. Thanks!

    Klaustrophil
    Your welcome. Thanks for dropping by twice, haha

    Mila
    Thanks a lot! I also love this play of hard and soft edges. Hope to find an easier way, because I feel my technique is too inconvenient.

    Philipp Scherer
    thx, bro

    Pixie Trick
    The last one is really messed up^^ thanks for dropping by!

    Sebastian Gromann
    dank÷

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    Trying to keep up the pace...

    A few studies of pin up faces, clothing and a few sketches. Drawing eyes still hits me hard. One wrong line and the drawing is worthless. Maybe someday I`ll find the magic eye-brush, but I highly doubt it :_(





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    yeah, nice folds, dude!

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    maaaan, your rendering technique is really awesome, and the rondoudou head in the B&W peace make me laugh so much..
    I think maybe your poses and line forces could be a little more subtils and worked on your character design pages, it would let people go further in what those characters are about,
    anyway keep sharing!

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    that metal helmet study you did back on page 2 is incredible! these faces are really cool too, man. definitely keep em' coming!

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    Sebastian Gromann thanks, man!

    bouroune
    Hey That┤s definetely something I need to work on. The thing is that I often find myself disappointed, when I go over into line work, because the dynamic I love about those sketches, gets lost. But I will try to find a way. Thanks!

    LePush I will, thanks for your encouragement

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    So I brought the use of the lasso tool to another level for me I worked on a few portraits without ref and it turned out surprisingly well, in my opinion. Almost every plane on the face was defined with the lasso tool and a soft brush. I really like this look.
    This method won┤t work for much else than portraits I guess, but nevertheless it┤s a lot of fun and pretty quick.





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    big steps - love your development.

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    Appreciate it greatly!
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    Bunch of pages, sketches and studies. Blue pencils are neat!





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    Nice pencil drawings. I'm liking it! :]

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    the lasso tool/soft brush makes the portraits look like renders! very cool
    and I think that brush work you're doing with the character designs are very nice, they read great, not too busy at all

    any luck of you offering that brush up for download?

    the thing I noticed though, more in your first few posts is that your edges tend to get lost in your digital stuff, more so with those mini environmental studies, but then you could have just focused more on color

    however I do think some of the digital stuff the edges could be a little harder

    keep it up

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    yeah, neat studies!

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    Really lovin those sketches!

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    Thanks everyone!

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    I sent you a pm ;D
    Your right with my edges, that┤s why I┤m trying the lasso method currently. Gives me more control.

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    Just some color experiments.




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    such an amazing sketchbook, go and kick out a new update. you make me mad.
    i really dig those colour experiments! thanks for sharing.

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    Nice work here; You're amazing with lighting and values.

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    cool studies and great book man, the abstract creatures grab your eye..
    nice!

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    Very nice studies.
    You seem to have really good understanding of values.
    It's good to see nice clean lines and shadows on your sketches.
    Some of your more cartoonish designs reminds me a graffiti approach like second sketch on #80 post, am i right?
    Don't have much to write now but keep working on body forms and structures.
    Cheers!

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    Hey guys & gals!

    Philipp Scherer
    Thanks, buddy

    cgaddict Thanks! It┤s time to try some color, I guess

    PITCHBLACK Yeah, those creatures were fun ;D Thank you!

    knut- Thanks for the feedback, knut! Graffiti was never a influence for me, but I sometimes add some graphical elements to my drawing. Should do it more often and experiment with more abstranct structures.

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    It┤s character time!

    Some sketchbook pages (with horrible proportions, lol) and two characters for uni. The Waleri guy is the one I┤m working on currently. Theres a lot of work left, rendering and stuff






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