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    Oh, that thing is even cooler than the other guy. I can see a small smiling face on his "head", did you do it with purpose?

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    THAT WOLVERINE IS WHERE ITs AT AN THESE NIGHTMARE CREATURES ARE FREAK'N WICKED ROCK ON BRU'THA MAN

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    Spaggen: Nah.. not on purpose.. hehe.. Cool that you saw it though! Happy mistake I guess

    Granny: Thanks for droppin' in!! YOU ROOOCCKKK! Glad you dig the Nightmare creatures! They're mad fun.. haha.. here's anutha!

    Figured the first two are sorta armour/gear deprived so if this was for a game, those guys would be low level enemies.. here's a slight level up with some bone-ish armour goin' on.. also he's pissed
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    I'll do my rounds next week and drop by all of you guys' SB's! Gotta head home from the office now, and I haven't gotten the interwebz up at my new place yet. Have a great weekend guys!

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    HAHA YER A LEVELED UP NIGHTMARE mmWWWHHAAAHHHAAAAA!!!!!

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    Still I have yet to see you on a sunday sketchcrawl. Tsk tsk tsk

    I am leaving for the lands to the west tomorrow, but join the gang on sunday and put some lines on paper

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from the last page judging i think you will get a lot from doing a really long study where you focus on planes and form only.. You're putting a dozen of suggestive brushstrokes even when using reference.. be more patient if you need too and try not to be satisfied with the first value/color that you pick from the colorpicker.. there are a billion colors in there so its unlikely that you'll get the right one at your first pick :p but yeah.. spend more times with your planes... you are 'supposed' to spend more time on your studies, so that when you make it from your head.. it comes naturally...!

been a long time since i posted in here.. and you've come a long way! nice to see

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    just a crit that the veiny things look a little flat on his tummy

    dude your rendering's getting way better!


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    Haha, I can that he's pissed! ^^

    Nice ones, keep working that pen, and do more updates!
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    Spect: hahah! Yep! Maybe I should do an über-boss-nightmare as well

    Mischeviouslittleelf: Are you back yet? I can't this upcoming sunday, but maybe next weekend?

    Dile_: Thank you! Really! Awesome crit, and spot on! I'll definately work on it!

    AmbientChroma: Pushin!

    hp: Thanks! Good point about the veiny stuff

    Sorknes: I'll try to update more!

    Sorry all for being so infrequent.. lot going on both at work and otherwise.. got a bit of art I can't show yet, but it's a really fun project! Gonna meet with some people about in a couple of weeks we hope.. I hope I'll be back with balloons and cookies for everyone after the meeting.. hehe

    [EDIT] Woohoo! New page! [/EDIT]

    A little art:

    Had this idea of a fantasy setting Gears of War.. Marcus-ish..hehe
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    what's this? AN UPDATE? Dayum. I'mma go outside and shoot me some bacon out of the sky!

    Cool stuff! As i was saying on msn, the chick looks kinda retarded with her eyes far apart like that. Also get ref for the ear and make it a little more refined. Her jawline is also quite masculine, and that is reinforced by the somewhat unfortunate makeup job.. sorry to be blunt but it makes it look like a 5 o' clock shadow. a different color might help remedy that assosiation.

    lovin' on the stalin!

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    These look great. Major improvement since page one
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    Slash: Thanks dood! Great crit, on point and brutal! Dig it! Gonna do a redux of that one and get rid of unwanted facial hair and make that ear look good.. maybe she should stay a tard, though? Maybe a little less chin.. haha.. okokok I'll fix the eyes as well!

    tobbA: Thanks man! Glad you like!

    Ok, so I entered the "When We Left Earth" challenge over at It's Art.. here's a little WIP-y action.. I totally need practice doing environments, so that's why I chose it for the challenge. The ellipses on the rocket are buggin' the shit outta me, so if you guys have any good pointers, paintovers or other goodness, I'm all ears!

    Thanks for lookin'!

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    Awesome update. I'm really surprised--those color studies really paid off because the three character portraits are great. Slash pointed out some issues in the second one; the color bones are wonky too it wouldn't hurt to use some references.

    The lighting in the environment is great. Perhaps introducing some cooler colors into the shadows. Also, the perspective of the rocket is off right now; double check the where it connects to the ground and where the parts are connected (the three dark lines).

    Keep it up!

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    i think the yellow structure is a bit too straight on. you need more references to scale too IMO, at the moment it's looking a bit miniature-esque. also i think you need to decide on a focal point (most likely the rocket) and darken other parts of the piece in relation so it stands out more. keep us posted!


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    whoa! over 50 pages and I can really see the improvement!

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    Yea, the improvement since the beginning of this SB is huge, and I can clearly see that in your last updates. Keep 'em coming man!

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    i'd say leave the eyes,i mean,there are women like that...but the rest of the face (or particularly chin) does indeed look very male. the general's looking very good,could use abit finer details on the face though,to contrast with the rather loosely kept jacket (which works very nice in contrast).
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    Hey dCept! Sorry for not stopping in so much recently that'll change though! Great looking characters, really nice rendering and personality in all of them. I'm with Carnifex honestly, I like the woman's eyes how they are; right now they seem to change and reflect a sterner, more imposing sorta person (not sure if that's what you were going for of course). The only thing I would change about her eyes are the directions of her pupils, they sorta making her look a little cock-eyed. Otherwise great job with them once again, nice gestures too!

    Very cool environment, I really like the direction you are taking it. I'm really enjoying the detail you put in spots throughout the piece, the sepia tone and the overgrown vines on the buildings and train are a really nice touch. A crit I'd offer is that the train looks a bit big (at least in comparison to the building next to the rocket); might just be me though hehe. Either way keep workin it, looks good so far!

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    HAHA MAN YER KILL'N ME now i GOTTA TRAIN EVEN HARDER TO CATCH UP HAHA WICKED WERKS BY THE WAY FANTASY GEARS OF WAR AN POSE MANIACS ARE HOT

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    YihyoungLi: Thanks! Good to hear it's doing some good Appreciate the thoughts on the enviro! I'll update that one soon!

    hp: All good crits! Will fix it for the next update! Thanks!

    Junpei: Thanks!

    Spaggen: Keepin' on! Thanks!

    Carni: Dude! Thanks for dropping in! Yeah.. Must definately do something about that face

    Onir: Glad you like! Thanks for the crits as well man! The ellipses on the rocket are really buggin' me.. gotta take a proper look at it

    Grandmassa: Granny!!! Thanks for droppin' in! YOU RRROOOOCK!

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    Tjena Norge!

    Very juicy stuff, mate. Really digging the Portsmouth resident. If there's one comment I'd make on that one, it's that you could give his eye another once-over. It's such a focal point, but feels much sketchier and less well-defined than the areas around it.
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    Woah nice one! The hair really makes it creepier; makes it seem like some experiment on a human gone wrong.

    Just some minor crits: the musculature on the back could be more defined, especially in connection to the armpit.

    Great pose gesture and design!

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    yup yup ! What's up ! Some nice stuff as usual ! tho the girl with purple 's stuff on the face looks half girl half man ! Maybe you should more study the difference between male and female heads ! Anyway, keep it up !

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    i think the back and knee area could use a little more structure. nice layout! really pro looking.


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    Ta dam, levelling up yourself! Ping!

    Love the COW, simple but yet telling a lot.
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    Bloodsbane: Tack tack! Yeah, you're right about the eye.. will definitely have a look at it!

    YihyoungLi: Thanks man! Glad you like! Good crit too!

    Walid D: Hahaha.. that piece was fail.. Think I'll do another and have you guys' crits in mind for that

    hp: Thanks! Yeah, seems I've neglected some areas on that one.. I kinda liked it too, so I'll definitely give it another pass!

    Sorknes: Levelin' up yourself these days! Thanks for stoipping by!


    Yeah.. been a while (lotta my posts start that way, I realize).. got some stuff I can't show yet, as usual.. some of the NDA stuff I can show in January though.. Lotta stuff goin' on! I've quit my job after much deliberation.. I'll be a freelancer come next year.. wish me luck, gang! I really really needed some change in my situation, so I'm cuttin' loose! Hopefully I'll be a lot more active on here as well.. I feel a bit of the drive coming back, so I'm happy about that!

    In other news, if any of you guys are in New York, there are three ink drawings hanging in a gallery New York that I've done! It's called climate/gallery and it's located at 37-24 24th street, Suite 406 on Long Island! I'm super stoked that some of my meager attempts at art have made it into a gallery across the pond! In my daze when I sent the things I totally forgot to scan them though... haha.. If they don't sell, I'll scan 'em when I get 'em back.. haha..

    Ok.. nuff talk, more art.. just a few sketches in ink washes and markers.. I haven't paid close attention to anything else than having fun with most of these.. getting back into the joy of creating stuff again!


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    Good to see you posting again!

    Nice and clear arrangement of values with the marker sketches, especially in the second and fourth ones. Double check the 3/4th profile for the first: more of the cheek needs to be shown on the right side of his face. Perhaps looking in the mirror to solve that.

    Also, the samurai seems kind of stiff. Maybe pulling up his left shoulder to counteract his lower left hip.

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    HAHA WICKED UPDATES an DIG THE CHOW BOOK EM DAN'O KEEP W/ THE GOODS

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    I'll get some more digital stuff up on here soon! I'm still internet deprived at home.. Anyway.. I was watching the end of a Crimson Daggers session with Dave Rapoza, so I joined in.. he was doing a color study after a photo of an Indian dude.. I opted for an aborigine with face paint.. hehe.. so I'm posting both the photo I found online somewheres and my study.

    I was focusing on the colors, and eyeballing them correctly (lotta back and forth.. haha), so the face is a little wonky..and the colors of course.. but I'll keep doing them and hope I get better at it! I often do like a greyscale version and then color it, but I wanna start doing colors directly.

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