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    Pencil-Chewer - Sketches, portfolio work, and commercial work.

    Just a freelance artist out of Washington state.

    Follow my work on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PencilChewer



    I primarily work with pencils, watercolors, Cintiq, Painter x, and Photoshop CS5.

    Won't guarantee when I will update this, but I will as much as possible.

    Expect to see sketches, portfolio work, commercial work, personal concept art.. tattoo design dumps. There will be nudity off and on.

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    I really like the composition of the first piece. the dragons tail curves and twists the eye down to the head. Nice detail too.

    Looking for a mentor
    If you have a moment I would love any tips or critiques that might help me improve my work.

    My sketchbook (please leave a critique)

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    Thank you, was a fun piece to do.

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    The dragon drawings are just awesome, top notch. I also like the zombie for the most part but I feel like something could be done to the colour scheme. I'm not sure what exactly is bothering me about it, perhaps is the purple-ish tone of the shadows against the general green? I don't know, and please take this with a grain of salt.

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    Thank you. I have more slender dragons on the way.

    The zombie was a color experiment. The colors are way to over saturated and skin won't go green like that anyways. Wanting to do some more realistic zombies. Might revisit this one.

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    All done in Painter X. Moon lit runes was a speed paint, about an hour and a half..Went for a more light hearted style. Dragon catching some breakfast.. and a radioactive toxic goo slug thing (concept)

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    Wow, Have been extremely busy with work. Which is always a good thing. Got another childrens book as well



    First pic is a 3 hours speed paint. Thinking about taking it further and selling prints.

    Last 7 watercolor pieces are all 2.5x3.5 inch ACEO cards. Quickies.

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    I have been ever so busy. Time to start updating again. In the last couple months I moved and have been finishing a kids book and other work. For now here are some quick sketches and a couple finished pieces.

    The wet werewolf needs something.. Bloody slober and wet fur.. But the rain just doesn't look right. Any thoughts?

    Puff the magic dragon was a fathers day present.


    Feel free to critique!!!
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    silhouette/ sternocleidomastoid

    Hi buddy welcome @ conceptart. Congrats about your children book, its
    always good to have commission. I really like the different mediums you
    use. My favorites are the sketches. Careful with #7 study the neck and
    the sternocleidomastoid muscle it goes a bit to far out where I think
    it should be.

    I really like the dragon, but I think it would be stronger with the green silhouette!
    The black silhouette covers important character features !

    I really appreciate your feedback about the tree studies, I printed already
    2000 of it but maybe you could really show me some very important
    points, that would be help full for me, just like my example !

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