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    A homeless man near my work place. I might do more of these. There are plenty of such subjects here in LA.
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    really like the homeless guy!
    in #151 some if the kid's perspective lines dont add up, which is a shame.
    I'm waiting for the moment you take out the 't' from 'not really' from the title of your sketchbook
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    @Ashess : yeah, those sketches were done on really small paper, and referenced from even smaller thumbnails, so that's my excuse. Also I drew them during a class so I was a bit distracted. Okay, no excuses, they could use some work. Thanks for the complement btw, but I'm not there yet. Maybe in a few years I'll get rid of that "T", but it stays for now

    Here's a creature sketch I did during lunch at my internship the other day. It's not original work, as it's based off a sculpture by the jaw-dropping Mr--Jack.
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    Existence is torture for the mutant pterodactyl dragon.
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    So when you are painting someone (like the homeless guy), do you just store the image in your memory until you can put it down on paper or do you make a quick sketch right there in the streets?

    Anyway thats some really nice work!

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    @ spenraket Hey dude! The truth is a lot less glamorous. He was dozing, so I snapped a picture with my phone. I wish I could remember a stranger's features in such detail =)


    New sketch!!! Nothing makes a 4-hour class fly by like doodling dragons...
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    Lovely dragon, the expression gives it lots of life!
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    Christmas gift for my mom. She adores frogs. Of course, I put my own twist on it

    Poor frog. His dreams of royalty have come to naught.

    On another note, this was my first time trying Manga Studio. I have to say, I almost prefer it to Photoshop. The colors stay vibrant and true, and aren't diminished by blending. The brushes also really feel like real paint. I do need to explore and see if they provide custom brush options like in PS. Anyway, I'll probably be using the two programs in tandem. Cheers!
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    A quick 40-minute study I did yesterday. Birds are always so fun to draw!
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    I started doing some figure/gesture drawing today, and I ended up developing this particular one a bit further.

    I probably won't get around to painting it, but it was good practice. I'm trying to get looser and create drawings with more energy to them. Enjoy!
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    Some insect head sketches. Just for fun!
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    You are doing beautiful work and i do not understand how you can have so little comment on it. The dragon on paper is probably my favourite.
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    @ashess Thank you so much! Your words mean a ton

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    I mean it ab.. the only reason I can think of for ppl not posting is that it is hard to critique your work. there's very little to found at fault with. and maybe it's not so BOOOm shiny that it blows ppl away and they'll write you fanmails right away. I guess if I had to critique you that might be an idea. maybe make it all more eye-catching. use light, or color, or strong shapes or whatever to wow people. then again, I also like the toned down, realistic thing you have going.
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    W00 H00000!!! Two whole months without a single update. I'm the worst...

    But I haven't been idle! I'm currently working my ass off on a huge animation project, set to be completed in about 5 weeks or so (holy crap that's not a lot of time). Here are a few background samples!

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    Been MIA because of life and shit.

    Here're a few new things, in no particular order or significance. Enjoy.

    Alright now back to work

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    You`ve got some pretty nice pencil skills. Keep up working on your anatomy. It will make your creature design way better.
    Very nice dragon doodle by the way

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    Thanks man! Most of my creature designs are entirely from imagination, so I definitely need to start incorporating more reference material. And yeah, dragons are always fun to draw, just because you can play around with shapes in such interesting ways.

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    Amazing stuff in here, man. Love it.

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    Quick 45-minute environment study!

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    Yeah this sketchbook is the business! (This means good in the uk BTW!)
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    Oh and if you want to watch me paint live I recently got introduced to this thing called picarto TV... It's nice to do art and share it - if you have any questions it's great to talk too! I'm painting pretty much 12 hours a day so you'll most likely find me - unless I'm eating

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    @lovingit: Thanks man! I don't draw as often as I should, but all that is going to change soon ^^
    @Kerberos: Much appreciated!

    Here's the beginning of a new series, where I create skin concepts and develop them into polished art pieces. I'm really trying to work on my portfolio so I can get into visual development for games, and I figured this would be a perfect way to go about it.

    This concept is for "Underworld" Azir, continuing a skin line that was started by Underworld Twisted Fate.

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    Nice pencil work. The design in the last post is looking great. No crits at the moment.

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    I LOVE BUGS amazing studies !!

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    @ dragning: Thanks buddy! No critique is totally fine haha. But I still feel like something's missing from my work to make it truly appealing.

    @ iven: Hehe I like bugs too. They may be creepy, but their so fascinating.

    Here's a silly self-portrait I did a few days go ^^. I hear caricature is good to practice, so I decided to exaggerate my enormous forehead and dweebish hairstyle. No judgement please XD
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    Quick composition study I did emulating the techniques of Eytan Zana, an amazing concept artist working for Naughty Dog.

    I'm pretty new to this technique, so it came out meh. I've always felt composition was one of my weakest points.

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