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    Arrow Bojee's Monkey Brain (More paint less talk) Sept. 8th

    The reason for the title is cause I'm kinda all over the place, but I like it that way.
    Gonna try to stay regular with this but we'll see how it goes.

    I'm going to start this off with something I did for UK vs Seattle Drizzledome( a new interpretation of the statue of liberty) . I did lots of variations, but this is what I finally chose.



    More soon.

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    Woo Hoo I'm the first to de-virginized your thread. Awesome work with that piece for the thunderdome. Your paintings are so cool, it's always good to know one or two traditional painter. If you stay regular with your sketch thread, I'll stay regular with mine.

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    Hey man, good to see you starting one of these! Nice paintings!

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    Thanks Sok , will do, we'll keep each other honest.

    Groover- thanks man, more to come soon, guys like you are the inspiration to get one started.

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    nice work

    i like the city scape paintings! very nice.

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    rollb82- Thanks dude, they're fun to do.

    A few more from a small show I have up right now.













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    Last ones for the night. Somebody stop me.

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    All of these were a little less than an hr. a piece.

    peace

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    no! Dont stop! The last few are friggin great

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    Eljay- Thanks dude, how ya doin over on the speed painting thread?? I don't check it as often.

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    All right Eljay talked me into it. These are 20s to 25s.











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    nice work! see at the sketch group and life session.

    peace

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    Quote Originally Posted by prostate sunrise
    nice work! see at the sketch group and life session.

    peace
    Thanks Kekai,
    Lol, I just said basically the same thing on yours.

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    The Bone Doctor Bids you Welcome!!!!

    Terrific Works!!
    Love your use of color ~ really like the little speedos as well!

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    Mentler- Thank you, your very kind, I just started checking out your posts, great stuff. you must not sleep very much.

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    Dang man, watchoo doin up so early? Good to see you got a painting thread going. I like your style. I hope you keep updating this thread, especially once you move to the East Coast. I love seeing peoples progress over time. It's inspiring, and educational. See ya at sketchgroup soon!

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    Thanks Trevor, that's kinda why I'm starting this, don't want to lose touch with everyone I'm meeting. Make you a deal, you keep me honest with this sketchbook and I'll do the same with you. Great job on the scholarship. Can't wait to start seeing the progress.

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    Deal!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bojee
    All right Eljay talked me into it. These are 20s to 25s.
    Bojee - this brown paper series is so refreshing and dynamic. I mean I realllllly like these for their bold decisions on design and color and when to say when. I need to learn this myself....I tend to render everything up way too much.

    Cheers!
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    fattkid- Alright trevor we're on , I'll be checking up on you, hope to see you soon dude.

    Redehlert- Dave thanks man, a little different than what you do huh? I love your stuff too man. When you going to come by the drawing session? Thanks a lot dude , it's just me having fun, I love life stuff, been trying to work more out of my head lately to balance it out. Thanks for stoping by.

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    A couple more of the small gouache studies.









    oil stuff








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    Quote Originally Posted by Bojee
    Redehlert- Dave thanks man, a little different than what you do huh? I love your stuff too man. When you going to come by the drawing session? Thanks a lot dude , it's just me having fun, I love life stuff, been trying to work more out of my head lately to balance it out. Thanks for stoping by.
    Hey Bojee,
    I do intend on attending Art Not Terminal sometime this month or in the month of October. I need life art in my life.
    Your work is different than what I do - mine tends to be rather anal (both figuratively and literally)! But I can tell you this much - your work is inspiring! I'll see ya tonight and perhaps your creative skillz will rub off on me so I can loosen up a bit. All I have to say is keep on drawing those things from your head...me like!
    Cheers!
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    Dave- It'd be great to see you there. These are all from life by the way, I'll be posting the other stuff soon, you'll definitely be able to tell a difference. Just getting warmed up. Thanks for the support dude, see you tonight.

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    Again Great Stuff!

    Have eye injury ~ will be fine ~ have eye patch for now ~ hard to draw or paint so I checking threads. Like your quick stuff ~ I really need to do this and get a lot of work out quick ~ over think every damn thing.
    Colour very red ~ assuming photo or my monitor!

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    Im diggin it_yes indeed

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    Quote Originally Posted by mentler
    Have eye injury ~ will be fine ~ have eye patch for now ~ hard to draw or paint so I checking threads. Like your quick stuff ~ I really need to do this and get a lot of work out quick ~ over think every damn thing.
    Colour very red ~ assuming photo or my monitor!
    Mentler- Sorry to hear about your eye, hope you get better soon. Gesture stuff is probably my favorite too, I enjoy working on the other things but I think they are the most successful. Hard for me to check the color once it's posted, I host my work at photobucket and for some reason it's not compatible with macs anymore. It might be something they are doing here too...not sure. Photobucket seems to be the common denominator cause I can't see other peoples stuff if they are hosted by photobucket either.

    Rich- I'm honored, just getting started with this thing. Your all over the boards these days. Anybody take you up on your challenge?? I couldn't tell if you had 3 matches( 2 on our challenge and one on the UK's) or none? I hope it's 3. Take care dude.


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    yeah cool cool stuff... Ive seen your gestures at the sunday life drawing session but didnt realize you had such a nice painting style too. i really like the old guy in red with long grey beard and white turbin thingy..

    im glad to be back to life drawing.. it seems like the most enjoyable way to draw. Kinda like your getting a runners high but without the running

    Cause if my baby dont love me, I know her sister will...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael78
    yeah cool cool stuff... Ive seen your gestures at the sunday life drawing session but didnt realize you had such a nice painting style too. i really like the old guy in red with long grey beard and white turbin thingy..

    im glad to be back to life drawing.. it seems like the most enjoyable way to draw. Kinda like your getting a runners high but without the running
    Micheal- Thanks man, you should come in on monday night sometime and try painting....lots of fun.


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    Some recent plein air stuff in the order that i did them. I like the water tower in the first one, but I think the other two turned out a lot better.







    and a couple older pieces.





    this last was from a while ago but there's something I liked about it.



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    Been working on some kong stuff, working out of my head is not my greatest strength but it's a lot of fun.







    If you haven't seen the 1933 version you should check it out, great stuff. I can't wait for the peter jackson version.

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    A few gestures, one of my favorite things to do. 1mins.











    The same guy in color.


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    I'm glad you started a sketchbook! For some reason I just see the little on some of the posts.. I really like those oil paintings alot (that girl with the big hat is cool). Was the model really wearing stilts for the last painting you just posted? I've never seen a model do that!

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    Eli- thanks for stopping by, which posts are you having trouble seeing, only the first one and the kong stuff are posted differently. Anyone else getting red X's

    yeah the model was really wearing stilts, it was a lot of fun. You missed a good one today, the model was a ballet dancer, started off a little slow but ended really strong. I'll post some of the stuff later.

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    The portraits from sep 9th, and the small gouache studies from yesterday are not showing up for me.

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    Hmm, I got comments on those so I'm not sure what's going on.

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    Me messing around with different stuff on gesture day, thes are 1s & 2mins













    Older stuff





















    Man I love gestures.

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    man, the gestures are great, aswell as the gouache studies! I never seen anyone draw on newspaper before, cool stuff
    how ya doin over on the speed painting thread?? I don't check it as often.
    I still blast out a few here and there Not much from ref lateley, although I learned alot form the ones I did do. Basicly, I need to paint more/work harder, I feel Im makeing progress though.
    Great work your doing, keep it up

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    Eljay- thanks man, just playing, trying to keep it interesting and learn new stuff. Glad you feel your making progress, Just barely starting feel that way myself. Take care man, I'll look for your posts.

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    Something I was playing around with last night.

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    Some quick ones from today.


    Some more recent ones




    Recent oil stuff













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    Crappy stuff but this is supposed to be daily, good with the bad.







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    Woohoo! Bojee has a sketchBook, finally...it's about time. Thanks for the inspiration and help from you and Master Aaron after all these damn long years....
    ever since I start picked up pencil about four or five years ago. Without you guys, I would probably be a bumb homeless kid somewhere on the street of Seattle. Woo hoo!

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    That worm thing is really creepy to me for some reason.. It's like what if her "jack in the box" got possessed and grew really big and attacked her.. I like seeing the different versions like that -- B&W and various color studies..

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    Xia- thanks for stopping by dude, it's nice to get a visit by one of the stars of CA. I'll be looking for inspiration on your thread so keep them coming.

    Eli- It's creepy? Cool that's what i'm going for, I've got a long way to go on the composition but it's good practice for me to work on other stuff besides life stuff. Thanks for the comments.

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    Bojee, great gestures! I especially like the ones on the newspapers. Great idea: it's cheap and looks very interesting. Very nice gouache and oils, too!

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    dman all of thease are really nice and nice change form the usual! the tiny ones on the verry fist post i like alot .. the ones on the paper/magizeen are great some of them remid me of scheel and couple remind me of alice neil <name?lol hpe thats right havent thought about her paintings in long time lol >

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    Jester, thanks, the ink on the newspaper makes it a little tricky sometimes and it's more stuff that's done in the moment, the longevity of them are pretty low but it's fun to mix it up and try something new. Thanks for stopping by.

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    liam c.- Thanks, Were you talking about Egon Scheile? If so thank you( big influence of mine), If not I don't know a Scheel, I haven't looked at Alice Neel's work in a long time, Now I'm going to have to. Thanks for stopping by.

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    7yah soory about my internt readablity lol
    i dont read waht i type most of the time and my spelliing is awfull
    yah i really love shile too i think him and alice neil boath ahve the same palet or simmilar palet witch might by why i mentino boath of them lol either wya i really like your stuff paintings nice but sketches and minis are my favoirt

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    Liam- Thanks man, heh, sometimes it's a little tricky to figure out a word but you get the gist of it. Thanks again dude.

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    good shiet buddy. 'nother rough night at painting for me. awesome shiet tonight too.

    peace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prostate sunrise
    good shiet buddy. 'nother rough night at painting for me. awesome shiet tonight too.

    peace.
    Thanks kekai, Painting felt pretty good last night,need to do it way more, can't wait to see what you come up with once you figure things out. You'll be riping that shit up and we'll be coming to you for advice.Keep at man , i know it's going to pay off for you.

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    Mike- wow, thanks man, I appreciate it.

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    I was playing around with painting some clouds today ( they move really fast by the way) and I thought they needed something else so I threw in Superman, it's pretty weak but I'm having fun.





    Here's a few digital things I kinda dig, not use to working this way so it's still kinda new.











    All of these are done from ref except this last one and the superman one. Hard to get use to drawing with a mouse, gonna get a tablet someday.



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    First comp



    new comp

    More superman stuff.



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    Hey Bojee,

    I think I like the first comp idea more than the new 'side view'. What I'd love to get an impression of moreso in the first comp is the sense of the beasty coming in from above since that is our viewing perspective.
    I'm wondering if this wormy guy should come in from the lower left and bend (much as a snake does in a tree) over and above the sleeping girl. It may create a more dynamic composition that creates a circle of tension. You have the girl's head pointing to the body mass in the lower left and then the body curls around the lower margin of the canvas to come back into sight right where you have the head right now, completing the circle.
    As it stands right now, the face of the beasty doesn't cross over the strong diagonal of the bed, so I have to determine where the beasty resides in space (is it on the floor or in the air?). Does that make sense?
    And lastly....that ajar door could have some awesome 'hallway night light' (orange-green, perhaps) spilling in across the room and onto the bed thereby creating a disturbing shadow across the little girl.
    Food for thought?
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    Man you're starting your sketch thread off with a bang! Not like mine that started with a whimper...

    I really really like your traditional stuff, especially the stylized figure quickies. And great idea drawing over magazines and newspapers! That's awesome, it has a very nice graphic look to it.

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    Redehlert- Dave, thanks for the critique, I'll work on it. I like the drawing in the second one better but the first one still seems more lecherous/creepy almost pedophile ish. 8) 8)

    Groover McNab- Thanks man, I appreciate it, just putting it out there and seeing what people think. The traditional stuff is more what I do all the time but I'm trying to stretch myself. Thanks for checking it out.

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    Dammit you update more than me.....Nicholas Cage as SUPERMAN...LOL, Love your sketches they are getting better, pretty soon you'll be the masters of paint and pencil, and all shall bow before your undeniable talent, cept for me cause I'll probably fall on my face, cause I'm clumsy.

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    Sok- LOL,You crack me up man.

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    Quick color study, still wip.

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