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    Book of Happiness

    Everything I;m posting has been used before, so its ok to post.

    I haven't updated this thing in a year or 2. I;ll try to update more.


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    above:charcoal on 18x24 newsprint

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    The Zelda image is pretty big, its about the size of the potraits, about 18x24.
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    the Bone Doctor Diagnosis!

    Like how you handler form very much :::: Looks like you might have looked at GV's teachings at some time or other!
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    Love your understanding of volumes/shading/rendering
    Is this A3 format?

    Wait for update...

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    love the 3rd one. it is serious and funny! by the way what is A3 format?
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    A3 format means a sheet of paper in the size DinA3 (29,8 x 42cm)

    Isn`t "format" a english/american word?
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    Welcome to CA!

    Really badass creatures, man!

    Keep scanning these in, I'm going to be checking back often!

    Keep it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xaya
    A3 format means a sheet of paper in the size DinA3 (29,8 x 42cm)

    Isn`t "format" a english/american word?
    It is but i wasnt sure what A3 format was. Thanks.
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    wow those portraits amazing. I envy your pencil technique
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    you are obbviously very talented. It would be cool to see a pic of yours with a background though
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    These are awesome portraits!
    Brilliant renderings!

    What i wanted to ask is, if you work on A3 or A4 paper.
    But seeing that you drawings are done in a sketchbook
    it will be DinA4.

    Could you describe how you do the renderings?

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    great work man! Those portraits are hitting the mark. If you could bring some of that richness of the charcoal into your creatures you would be unstoppable. But your critters are fantastic, I really love that they are sort of gross and funny at the same time, like they are so over the top in their nastniess that they are humorus. Awesome awsome drawings!
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    nice bunch of sketches. i really like the portraits.
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