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    ...Soup of paint and pencils...yum tasty! :P

    Greetz 2 you all!!

    Well a little about me,
    I'm Jero, 23 and from the Netherlands and i draw for a long time now (mostly pencil). i got my diploma for Graphic Design (2005). And this year i will go to a new school for 3D animation. Just needed something totaly different cus graphic design is not realy something i would continue with. Or if...at the most a combination with art.

    Most of the first works you see here are older, and more personal.
    I totaly did'nt know back then what i wanted to do in the future. But now i have a bit of an idea witch direction. Ofcourse if 3D realy suits me, cus for now i'm just experimenting with some prog's.

    One of my biggest dream i hope could be come true is to finaly get work that fits to my biggest hobby: Art (in it's biggest word then).


    Hope u enjoy my works


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    must have a web space where u store your pic and link it to the url.

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    Use http://tinypic.com/ It's free to upload your pictures. And then, when you post, use the url from the IMG tag box, and the picture will display in the post. More people will view it and comment it they don't have to click on a link.

    Sanby

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    nope. not authorized. y dun u just use the IMG tag. Dun use hyperlink..

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    Here's some surreal stuff i done...
    if you take a closer look a weird organic face is in it, well more hehe.
    Made it a little old looking in photoshop.

    ...Soup of paint and pencils...yum tasty! :P

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    year '99 hehe a little old 1
    ...Soup of paint and pencils...yum tasty! :P

    I had that gun 4 real... well plastic edition then

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    4D eyed insect head...

    ...Soup of paint and pencils...yum tasty! :P

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    Wow brilliant artwork there! I love that 4D insect head, roxxor! I see the face in the first one too, beautiful shading and texture, the guy with the gun gives an impact since the gun is pointing straight at you, but his face/head seems to be the wrong shape somehow, or maybe that was intentional.
    Great work, mate! Show more!

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    Hej thanx!

    The 1 with the gun got a little conehead hehe.
    But behind the mask it's not a real human so it was intentional.

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    Wow, just wow. I love the apple/heart/face thing, very detailed. The movement really moves your eyes around. Very nice work.

    However, the one with the gun is not your best. The way he is holding the gun bothers me, with the thumb outstreched. There seem to be two different art styles, almost as if a different artist did the hand/gun than the arm/body.

    Overall, very good work, post more!

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    Arrow 3 more creationz...

    ...Soup of paint and pencils...yum tasty! :P

    ...Soup of paint and pencils...yum tasty! :P

    ...Soup of paint and pencils...yum tasty! :P

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    tHe 1st 1 iz realy crazy: 2 of his fingers are his legs
    Little crazy, but pure design, couse if he has 2 waLk...

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    tO Trevor Harveaux:

    You're totaly right, the 1 with the gun is a bit weird.
    Though I like 2 let you see some different styles of me
    (which are also old styles )

    The head and arms are also blurred in photoshop, 4 some depth.
    And i drawed it a little simpler so you are almost forsed 2 first check the gun, and than the grazy shooter guy...

    thanX 4 the reply though. these are reactions i can learn from

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    Awsome. These pencils are great, much better than anything I could ever draw.

    Have you thought about coloring one or two of them?


    The crits:

    I don't care for the lines on the skinny one (182oog), the thickness all seems the same on the main character. Varying the lines will help with the depth.

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    Well i'm thinkin about finishing the skinny 1,
    maybe coloring it also...

    You're right about the lines, it's a little flat now.
    though it's still a rough sketch hehe
    (the hand-man got more variating lines )

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    I'm also thinkin about buying a better tablet.
    Finnishing more of my worx in painter/ photoshop.

    The 1 i have now iz just 2 little, the pixelrate is also not
    realy great

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    love the work

    I think some of your stuff seems very "Salvadore Dali" inspired. I like the extremes in proportions. The extra thin/extra thick shapes are nice. The insect head is excellent. I love the rounded feel to the shapes and the flow of the lines.... I think this works better that some of your more abstract stuff, course that could just be a matter of taste too. I think you are works better when you shade it. The line work can get rather complex in some, and the image is a little harder to see. The shading helps to define the shapes even more.

    Excellent work.

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    these are really impressive. u are approved.

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    Hi man. Really like those surreal works especially the first one.
    good stuff..

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    crazy piggy , old 1 though...

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    Thumbs up ThanX y'aLL

    To Arteric:

    Yeah you are right about the shadings, need 2 do that more.
    the 2 many lines makes it a little messy...

    But sometimes i have 2 many ideas.
    Or just want 2 create something else,
    that i forget 2 finish my worx (know that problem? )

    thnx 4 the reply, helps me push my self 2 creating it better
    next time!

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    i love it

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    Hey jero its great artwork here, very originale. You should work something out! but keep it up. dont let school stand in youre way hehehe

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    That thumb creature could quite possibly be the most disgusting thing I've ever seen. great work on it,though!!! And I love the gun.

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    Hehe the handyman is in a suit, if ya take a closer look, you see the zipper

    But hey thanX for tha reply's

    And rWDrk, you shouLd do something on your name haha,
    It'z 2 oLd, let it go...

    Nah just kidding, And yeah schooL is in the way
    Okay sOmetimez then...

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    Hey Jero absolutely LOVVVE your work. It's like Dali meets Giger. You got some unique style, you should be proud. Keep up with those ass kicking peices.

    Do you color any of these? Got photoshop and a tablet?

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    Talking

    this looks like highschool stuff, sorry dude, but you need to polish your shit with photoshop, illustraitor or something, and take some lifedrawing an anatomey courses...i really hope you wont be upset, we are here to make constructive critiques not say something is good when it still has a very long way to go. ive seen way too many BS accolations and praise be given to subpar work , your work has great possibilities to it and i can't wait to see what your work will look like a year from now and even another year from now....
    respect and keep at it

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    Thumbs up

    Hej thanX for the hard critiques...
    Like these pushing methods.
    But You're right about the anatomy etc.
    I usualy draw on feelings, and a little on rules (light etc)
    But anatomy is also very important. Have 2 learn that part some more hehe.

    Do you have some polished worX on this forum,
    Like realy finished worx? Would like 2 see those hehe.

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    lol thats pretty cool. But if you take a look at this piece: http://tinypic.com/182omq

    you'll notice that if he was standing straight up, both of the toe nails would be on the opposite side of eachother. But mabey it doesnt really matter, just thought i should point that out. Anyway this is damn cool, ive always loved that kind of style.

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    I love these images I've looked at them several times since your first post and ever time I see them I seem to see something completely different

    I have to admit I would like to see these in colour also as they look like the kind of images that could just hold your attention for hours, especially with the colour to draw you in. Even though the images seem quite dark I think they could also inspire alot of bright and colourful clashes.

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