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    Sketch works

    I'll try to update this thing as much as possible! You'll see some of my anatomy studies, as well as drawings that I do while sitting in front of statues at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC. I also like to get loose and draw random shit strictly from the imagination. Enjoy

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    Some anatomical studies

    Here are a few studies. The blue sculpture looking ones are direct observation while sitting down at the Metropolitan Museum to draw.

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    Not to bad so far - I love the owl guy in the 4th image, so funny.

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    Thanks Rhubix

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    speed paint 1 hour 20 min

    Practicing still-lives from observation. I set up a pot and some of my oil paints together on my computer stand and my goal is to do these speed paints of various surface textures as fast as I can and not worry about detail. My theory is that if I can master that, then when it comes to a concept painting, I'll nail the majority of it in the first 2 hours.

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    Gun design in progress

    just wanted to share with you guys my initial sketch process when I design guns. This one will be heavily inspired by Medieval Gothic architecture

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    Metropolitan drawing trip 2/4

    Trip to the metropolitan museum today, got to finish 2 sculpture study sketches in about 6 hours! One in my sketchbook with graphite, the other on a blue charcoal pad with white highlights in conte

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    in progress

    an alien armor im working on. trying to come up with some elongated anatomy but still very humanoid. something that bugs me about these alien movies that come out is that the aliens are smart enough to come to our planet and abduct us with advanced technology and completely obliterate our defenses, yet they growl and look like demons. shouldn't they look more evolved than us rather than primitive?

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    digital sketch

    just a portion of a digital sketchbook page that I thought was pretty rad. no ref, just practicing anatomy, textures, and lighting and trying to build up my imagination a little bit.

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    todays fast sketch

    playing with stuff

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    Excellent imagination and the technical skills to back it up. I'm looking forward to seeing more

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    cloud study

    i hate painting skies, but i figure i gotta bite the bullet and master them eventually. here's a 2 hour study of an intricate cloud formation i found.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jondawo View Post
    Excellent imagination and the technical skills to back it up. I'm looking forward to seeing more
    Thanks, I'll just keep on postin

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