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    farvus >> exploration sketchbook II

    \Hello. It's long time since I last posted. Right now I'm doing 2d art in a small game company near my home and I don't paint as much of personal stuff as I used to. However lately I'm slowly going back to painting for fun and exploring. Just to start fresh I decided to create new thread instead of posting in the old one. I want to push a little bit my design and ideas. Illustrating my favourite books would be fun too.

    Here are two latest images I did in free time.

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    Damn @ those, welcome back Farvus.
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    Vulgar' - Thanks!

    Cartoon update. That's me after tiring day at work...

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    I'll paint for those slippers you got, super jealous. Fun work
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    I can't wait to see you get started again. Your sketchbooks are always so much fun and it still makes me want to throw everything out and just spend a couple of hours doing some of my own experiments. The blog is really nice as well!
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    thinksimplybig - Haha. Thnx.
    Nibras - Thanks. I will experiment but not as much as I used to. I eventually go nowhere if I just play with stuff without commiting to something.

    Here's some new design.

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    Bunch of thumbnails just to relax after work.

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    Some of these are really great Keep on rockin' mate
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    Digital still life. Made me realise I got rusty when it comes to observation painting.

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    Yay you're back! Love the thumbnails and colours in the still life. Keep it up!
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    Weekend doodling.

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    Still life with my airsoft replica. It was tough to get the values in this one.

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    Hey Farvus.

    Your rendering looks very good, good use of color, value, brushwork.

    I've noticed that in a lot of your creative paintings here the objects in the
    scene are present very flatly, with one face directly toward the viewer. I
    think you really need to be digging into the perspective more, right now it
    looks a bit weird/lazy.

    Keep it up! Heh, that self portrait looks just like me on a lot of days at
    work...except we aren't down to using packing crates as desks, yet. Just
    running the A/C during the winter instead.
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    the work is likely to sprawl.”

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