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    Forests rule

    Ello all First time iv had time to post here in ages!

    Anyways, here's my latest addition to my love of forest imagery:


    And another thing I did... not a forest, but a fun experiment:


    Last edited by sketchling; November 22nd, 2004 at 06:16 AM.
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    SO fucking sweet, love the mood in both of them.
    But cant you post the pictures directly, people don't like links

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    Great stuff Sketchling! More!

    daily sketchbook

    You need to do more anatomy...and check your values....wait...did I just say that?
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    Great wideshots, they give a nice impression...

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    Very NiCE!
    I wonder how u going to get up(the town) there tho

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    You're improving with each day. Keep it up.

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    I don't know about the rest of you, but I wanna frickin live there!!!!(the house) It looks so snug & coozy......ahh, bliss...

    Nice Work

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    Great concepts, can't come up with much to critique... maybe smooth out that gradient in the skyline on the the second one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolas
    I don't know about the rest of you, but I wanna frickin live there!!!!(the house) It looks so snug & coozy......ahh, bliss...

    Nice Work

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    not me, i see leatherface's family chainsawing humans in that place

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    Yeah... leatherface tried, thats why they moved the house up a pole in the middle of the sea. He kept sinkin boats with his chainsaw, so they were saved. Only happy people, bunnies and butterflies live there now. (hence the huge bonfire... thats what bunnies do to nice people you see... eventually it just gets too crouded and something has to give...)

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    coolio

    like the wet watery look to the top one best
    good light in both.
    i expect people who live in a place like in no2 would have invented rope ladders to get up and down - good easilly defensible place - unless they were attacked by fire and didnt have a secured well running down the middle
    to put out fires etc.

    think you should smudge up the reflection of the lights across the water -
    they spoil the picture a bit.
    i always pretend theat im painting flynt when i paint water - it makes it seem easier?

    cool work.
    more jungle pictures ala ruined temple mode - KLASS

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    yeah... I want to do a series of forest images with ruins and things. hmmm. yes. many ideas...

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    The second one reminds me of the Pirates of the Carribean ride at Disneyland. The early part before you go into the cave. I always wanted to jump off the boat and go live there.

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    i love the lighting in both.

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    OMFGCNINWPRN!!!nevermind!

    So you HAVE been practicing! Seriously kick ass work kim, I don't know which one i like better some serious competion to change my new nine inch nails wallpaper . The composition in both is awsome, when are we going to see some more vehicles?

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    Talking

    Soon dro1d-san... soon. How bout mugg and bean with shathley ... we can draw vehicles and things and talk crap... like we do

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    Those are excellent Kim, really nice work. I especially like the second one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sketchling
    Soon dro1d-san... soon. How bout mugg and bean with shathley ... we can draw vehicles and things and talk crap... like we do
    just like old times!

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    Awesome, the lighting with the reflections in the watery one is great.

    Sanby

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    Those reflections! Jesus.

    I you.

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