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    Some more life stuff.











    Last edited by Bojee; September 13th, 2008 at 08:17 PM.
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    I'll post the color version of this tomorrow, could get a decent picture. A couple of hrs from the session tonight.



    Last edited by Bojee; September 13th, 2008 at 08:17 PM.
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    just wanted to say I really like your latest paintings that you just posted. The smaller paintings with the woman holding the sword -- those are just great! Also looking forward to seeing the color version of that last painting from tonight.

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    Eli- Thanks bro, we'll see if you like the color version as well. I didn't have enough light to get a decent shot so I just converted it to Black and White.

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    Hey Bojee!!!
    Nice Work man!! The last paintings are amazing. I love the life drawings.
    Hope I can do some tonight!!

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    Soja- Thanks bro, can't wait to see what happens when you start working the life side of things, you're already making great progress.

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    Always nice to see your paintings....looking forward to works from your imagination.

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    Really diggin the life studies...fab work buddy!

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    You need to do more anatomy...and check your values....wait...did I just say that?
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    Sok- thanks bro , me too, that's the tough stuff. We got to get you to start coming to the drawing session doing some life stuff too. Lot's of people from the industry show up.

    Lowpolymatt- Thanks bro, the life stuff is where I come from,I know I have a long way to go there too but i feel a lot more comfortable with it, the doing stuff out of my head is the tough one, it seems to be a muscle that I let atrophy. Working on it though. Thanks for stopping by, it's nice to get the international crowd in here. Too bad you guys lost I thought you had them.

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    My 'imagination' muscles seem to have atropie'd (sp) also...So I know exactly where you're coming from. As for the TD, it was great fun and got me using said imagination muscles so it was n't a loss at all...

    *grr damn dallas folk!*



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    Color version of last nights painting.



    Last edited by Bojee; September 13th, 2008 at 08:18 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lowpolymatt
    *grr damn dallas folk!*

    Heh,Heh, "grrr damn Dallas folk!"

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    totally loving your simplistic gesture drawings and paintings

    look I dont know why I love you I just do
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    A few more recent sketchbook pages, gesture stuff.











    Hey Egets, missed your comment, thank you. Again welcome to the Boards.

    Last edited by Bojee; September 13th, 2008 at 08:18 PM.
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    Gestures and doodles



























    Last edited by Bojee; September 13th, 2008 at 08:19 PM.
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    those gestures are soo nice. they have a really great weight to them

    i'll come by one of these mondays, very close now to finishing what's been keeping me

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    Thanks nova, make it before I leave OK? There's lots of people there that you know and if you don't I'll introduce you.

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    Small update, trying to include enviroments. Watched Carlos Huante today, soooo inspiring.



    Last edited by Bojee; September 13th, 2008 at 08:20 PM.
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    A quick SP, these never turn out the way I want them to but just means I got to do them more. Have you guys seen andrews most recent posts, man that stuff is crazy cool. Quite the inspiration, theres a lot of it around here.



    Last edited by Bojee; September 13th, 2008 at 08:20 PM.
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    OUEWRLjnasidufayhoetrvxlghbka!!

    Those life paintings are awesome! Those paintings on that brown paper are the coolest things! awoeurlwdfkjasdfjha3w4ui man....you gotta do some more of those.

    As for the SPs. Keep doing them, they help a lot! I really don't think the last one looks like you though. It's extremely contour. Focus on the planes, and construction a bit more before you lay down defining lines. The line thickness seems even all over and it's taking away from the images weight...it's validity...the believablity of it. Try making the nose seem more like an object that exists 3 dimensionally...give it the Z axis..make it move back in space, the harsh lines around the bridge, and lack of any planes other than the one facing us takes away from it's depth, and importance of it being a crucial feature of the face. The nose rules...take advantage of that and make an awesome excellent snausage for us to witness.

    hrmm I did an SP last night, not too happy with it but whatever...first shot giving it half an effort:

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    Life drawing rocks!!!

    I agree the little life drawing thumbnails are very well done indeed!!

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    It's kind of like what your quote in your signature says...the Loomis one. If you can see the tone and shadow on your own face, you can see the planes, the tones and shadows react to the way your face is shaped in the light. When you do SPs try to get in a place where there is one direct light source...I think that helps me. Like go to your bathroom, unscrew all the lightbulbs except for one, sit on a stool infront of your mirror and go. If you have one huge light hanging on the ceiling, try something else.

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    Nate- Thanks for the comments, I'll work on it. Your first Self- Portrait is good, how long did you spend on it?? These little ones are just quick ones before I go to bed. I'll post more gestures soon.

    Mentler- Thank you, Your presence on the boards is great. I hope your eye is better.

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    a little over an hour, I think.

    NUUuuuoooooooooooooOo!~ do some more portraits (#*@dammit! I crave excellent facial anatomy! I craaaaaaave it!! GIVE IT TO ME

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    I really like the Demon with horns.. lots of life coming through! The Sp looks good too.. I read Nates comments. Maybe hell share some of the crit love over in my sketchbook Keep up the posting I think your one of the few on here who have a very distinct style. Its always interesting to see your work.

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    Michael- thanks dude, lots of new stuff running around in my head right now, trying not to play it safe. Too easy only to post things that you like, I find it more honest to post all of it. Trying also to keep up with the daily part of the sketchbook too. Have you seen Mindcandyman's sketchbook ?? Man, very inspirational!
    Glad you like the demon,seemed a little stiff to me but the next attempts will get better. Creature drawings are very new to me, with him I was trying to draw something less gaunt, thicker than my normal drawings.The creature by the waterfall was after i watched Carlos Huante draw a creature. The Self portrait was me thinking about pen drawings, looking at Hardcore pixx's work and also Andrew's self portraits, more amazing stuff. Thanks for the kind words bro, don't be a stranger.

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    Your gesture type style is one of a kind, and that's good, you can probably add some paint on them, and sell it for millions. When it comes to creatures i'm still trying to get a hang of it, unlike Kekai who spews them out in a couple of seconds...lol, but yeah I'm riding the same boat with you on the creatures, but i'm cheating cause your doing all the rowing, i'm just along for the ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sok N. Wett
    Your gesture type style is one of a kind, and that's good, you can probably add some paint on them, and sell it for millions. When it comes to creatures i'm still trying to get a hang of it, unlike Kekai who spews them out in a couple of seconds...lol, but yeah I'm riding the same boat with you on the creatures, but i'm cheating cause your doing all the rowing, i'm just along for the ride.
    Sok - I love your comments dude, everytime I read them they just make me smile or laugh out loud. Thanks. I hear you, we'll get there together.

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    Another Sp messed around in PS and a variation Mentler's exercise to draw the full figure gestures out of my head.





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    the Sp is better...as long as you struggle, as long as you strive, you can improve. If you really want it, you will really learn to see. I think the next step is to try and capture your likliness. No matter how stylized or insane Andrew Jones' stuff is, more often than not, you can tell it is him, because he puts down on paper as he looks in real life. Spend some time infront of a mirror, stare at yourself (in a non sexual way) Learn what you look like and what features make you, you. You're posting at a rapid rate, good for you bro! Keep going, see you saturday?

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    Quote Originally Posted by one2hit
    the Sp is better...as long as you struggle, as long as you strive, you can improve. If you really want it, you will really learn to see. I think the next step is to try and capture your likliness. No matter how stylized or insane Andrew Jones' stuff is, more often than not, you can tell it is him, because he puts down on paper as he looks in real life. Spend some time infront of a mirror, stare at yourself (in a non sexual way) Learn what you look like and what features make you, you. You're posting at a rapid rate, good for you bro! Keep going, see you saturday?
    Nate- Thanks for the crit, sometimes I get the feeling your talking to yourself and not me. I still think your a pussy for not posting, as much as you're giving advice you could be doing your own sketchbook, quit being a voyeur and join in. Your giving out some good advice but also walk your talk. Show me that your not just reading this stuff out of a book.

    I'll definitely be there Saturday, can't miss JP's last night.- A

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    lmao. shut up.


    hey buddy. your = possesive. you're = you are



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    It's cool to see all the different styles you're trying out right now. I keep forcing myself to draw stuff I'm not comfortable with.. I'd rather just draw creatures, but I'm trying to draw realistic anatomy better, so I'm kinda opposite of you where your creature drawings are new to you.. ok I'm rambling now.. it's late and I should go to sleep instead of lurking online..

    oh, that latest SP looks great, but for some reason it looks squished to me.. like you drew it normal, then in photoshop scaled it horizontally about 15%.. weird..

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    Quote Originally Posted by one2hit
    the Sp is better...as long as you struggle, as long as you strive, you can improve. If you really want it, you will really learn to see. I think the next step is to try and capture your likliness. No matter how stylized or insane Andrew Jones' stuff is, more often than not, you can tell it is him, because he puts down on paper as he looks in real life. Spend some time infront of a mirror, stare at yourself (in a non sexual way) Learn what you look like and what features make you, you. You're posting at a rapid rate, good for you bro! Keep going, see you saturday?
    And Likliness= Likeness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eliWolff
    It's cool to see all the different styles you're trying out right now. I keep forcing myself to draw stuff I'm not comfortable with.. I'd rather just draw creatures, but I'm trying to draw realistic anatomy better, so I'm kinda opposite of you where your creature drawings are new to you.. ok I'm rambling now.. it's late and I should go to sleep instead of lurking online..

    oh, that latest SP looks great, but for some reason it looks squished to me.. like you drew it normal, then in photoshop scaled it horizontally about 15%.. weird..
    Heh, yeah eli, I did I play with it in Photoshop.I mentioned it but your probably tired. Thanks bro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bojee
    I still think your a pussy for not posting, as much as you're giving advice you could be doing your own sketchbook, quit being a voyeur and join in. Your giving out some good advice but also walk your talk.
    ahahahahahha, yeah. and the thunderdomes too, nate, ehh???? mmhmmm???? hahaha, too funny alan.

    This is a sweet thread. I always see you updating it when I'm up late at night...I always get my second wind around 11. I love your gesture drawings, always have. They are so fresh, and the way you emphasize things turns out really great looking. Something about the style doesn't seem...refined? solid? It's great, and I love it, but I think there is more there for you to discover, it doesn't seem complete yet.

    And the portrait is great. I did like the black and white version better...because it looks like you adjusted the levels in photoshop. When I squint at both versions, the color one loses alot of contrast...it gets very washed out. i love all the reds and purples in his skin...you never realize how many reds and blues are in black people's skin until you really observe, its pretty awesome to see though, in your painting, and in life. The contrast in the black and white one works for me, if you could translate it into the color one I think the painting would be twice as successful...

    Keep updating this...in about 2 weeks I'm going to start another sketchbook and we'll keep this thing real together, like the Hong Kong Danger Duo! you should get in on that too, nate....

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    Jp- I agree bro, there's always more to discover, I agree about the painting too, I'm game about the sketchbook, we'll definitely fire each other up. These late nights are crazy, if i'm working time just seems to fly by. See you this weekend bro, we'll make it memorable.

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    A small update tonight, a funny one from an old sketchbook of mine.



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    I almost got scared that you didn't update, I'm like checking your threads like crazy, and I'm like where did he hide those pictures, and bam almost midnight you finally posted something, thanks for giving me a near fatal heart attack, caused by beans, the magical fruits, actually that wouldn't give me a heart attack would it.....

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    I came home early just for you dude. Thanks for looking. See you tomorrow night. I wish I could see your posts to return the favor. Thanks bro.

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    youve got a great contour line style bojee,really nice and fresh style to see around here...

    quite inspiring...youd make a wicked animator.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rusty
    youve got a great contour line style bojee,really nice and fresh style to see around here...

    quite inspiring...youd make a wicked animator.
    Jace
    Rusty- Jace, Thanks bro, your very kind, I know I have so far to go. You my friend are the true inspiration. Thank you though, I will work harder to try to live up that. Take Care- Alan

    Man, I wish I could still see your posts, sigh, one day again maybe.

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    Wow! That is really cool work, Bojee! Those watercolors are beeeeyootiful!

    Very unique. Id love to see you apply that watercolor technique over some of your non-from-life work.

    I'll definitely be back for more! Cheers!~~~JadeDragon

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    Quote Originally Posted by JadeDragon
    Wow! That is really cool work, Bojee! Those watercolors are beeeeyootiful!

    Very unique. Id love to see you apply that watercolor technique over some of your non-from-life work.

    I'll definitely be back for more! Cheers!~~~JadeDragon
    JadeDragon- Thank You, I'll work on it and try to post some at a later date. Check back later.Thanks for stopping by I really appreciate it.

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    Wow! New faces. Go away for awhile and hell I feel like a stranger. This thread is awesome. You have a great, unqiue line style going on. Very refreshing.

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    Van - Thanks, sounds like you've been away for a while, welcome back.

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    Hey Bojee!!
    How u doin! I see u doin great! Ur new stuff is amazing man!
    Still loving ur life drawings a lot!! The very cool!! The lines are very nice!
    Keep it on man!!

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    Soja- What's up bro,thanks for the visit, these last few posts I've been doing just the opposite, talkin but no work, not a big fan of scanning. Glad your keeping at it, I'm about to head over and see what you've been up to . Thanks for dropping by bro.

    Hey I forgot to mention whoever gave me the stars thanks , very unexpected. I'll try to live up to it.

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    very cool work, i really like your life drawings with gouache. very fresh style and color.

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    man alive Bojee, those gestures are awe-some. Your pen-work is beautiful and I love how you fill in certain areas with gray tints.

    the rest is cool stuff too, I really like how your doing your own thing. Fresh way of drawing with an honest presentation.

    Keep em coming my man.
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    Well since no one is taking the credit for giving you stars......I'll take it, I don't even know how the star thing works, but I gave ya a 5.

    Star 1 - Creativity
    Star 2 - Linework
    Star 3 - Quality
    Star 4 - Overall Presentation
    Star 5 - Daily dedication
    Fist of the North Star - OH YEAH!!!

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    Flex mathews- Thanks I appreciate it, the life stuff is by far what I've done the most of.

    Steak- Thanks dude, coming from you that's very high praise, your work's kind of new to me but I love what you've been doing lately.

    Sok- Thanks for the check list I'll try to run through it more often, and thanks for the support bro, your starting to be a real presence on the boards. Can't wait for the next meeting.

    Life drawing from today, didn't get much sleep last night but we had a great model so it made up for it. Nothing like forcing yourself to get up with a hangover or not enoough sleep or both to go to life drawing and then you have a shitty model and your thinking "man, I could be sleeping right now." anyway here you go .











    They're in order so you can tell it took me a little bit to get awake.

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    Thanks again for the 4 stars guys, I'll try to live up to it.

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    I like your lines very much.They are so clear.

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    Heartbeat- Thank you, thanks for stopping by. And I hope to see you posting more in your sketchbook.

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    You have some very nice stuff here Bojee. I really like the distorted proportions of your pics. It adds a lot of character to em

    I particularly like the drawings that are looser and have more broken lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I.was.ink
    I particularly like the drawings that are looser and have more broken lines.

    -ink
    I.was.ink.- Thanks , I kind of have trouble seeing my posts so would you mind describing which ones your talking about a little bit more so I can figure out which ones your talking about. i know it's kind of weird but I can't see posts that are hosted by photobucket. Thanks I appreciate it.

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    Soooo that's how you got so many post, you reply individually.....Your very smart, S-M-R-T, smart.

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    Sok- Heh, yeah one or two at a time, I try to stay on it so i don't have a long list, I'm a terrible typist.

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    I'm going to join the mob and say, "the gestures from life are killer!!"

    what's interesting is that you don't seem to have the same easy confidence when drawing from your imagination (if I'm analyzing your lines and pencil marks correctly). The next time you work on a character design try starting with an imaginary gesture.

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