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    Afternoon.

    Here's some more along the lines of the Dragonfishers or Dragoneers. Loads more to do for this stuff, environments, characters, dragons and Da Vinci style flying machines! I'd like to develop some of these guys below into finished pieces, maybe next week, maybe next year!

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    Maybe I should stop with this whimsy stuff though, I need to do some of that hard SF stuff the kids love.... so much to do.....
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    okay, little more, some of you may remember this fellah... no? well here he is anyway:

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    and here he is in that there third dimension....

    www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=43891

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    Neat stuff =) I really like your coloring style.

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    im so glad i took a look at this thread... really great sketches. dig your style.
    "Have only 4 values, but all the edges you want."
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    really creative design! so what do you use to ink your lines? where do you usually grab your design influence/inspiration from? have you always used the 2 colored shading technique?

    all of this stuff is very well thought out. great great great it would be awesome to see your stuff animated.

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    It's amazing what the word 'gothic' will do to me! Saw your work in the 3D section and chased you here. Fantastic drawings. So much character and life, they jump off the page. And no... stick with your world of whimsy! I love the historical costumed characters!

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    Oh yeah, that guy! I loved the whole mood and 18-19th century style of him when I first saw him. Looking good in 3D; the unusual proportions of his head enhance his inhuman/creep factor. I'm assuming it's for a game, will his head be viewable, or obscured by his hat and collar?

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    incredible stuff once again!!

    how much ref do you use? for example the pages of heads, animals and dragons: is it all straight from your mind or do you sit around with tons of cool ref in front of you as you doodle?

    also, are the really busy pages made up by tracing lots of different sketches from different places? i.e. are the original pencils composited onto these pages from various different sources or do just trace up a whole page at a time on to tracing paper?

    this sketchbook has shot straight into my top few faves. your work is joyful ! each page just has so much great stuff on it! looking forward to more!!

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    Really cool shit
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    thanks for your interest, cakeypigdog.

    I use ref as a starting point for some of this stuff. I want to avoid drawing the same old pose again and again, or having only one particular way of drawing a nose etc. I don't think I'll ever be good enough to do without it to be honest. Obviously the dragons are straight out of the skull.

    My blue line pages aren't as busy as the inked sheets, but occasionally the quick sketches will run into each other. On average, the inked pages are taken from 2-3 pencil sheets (+ any scraps I've doodled on).

    Well I've started some sci-fi stuff, see you back here when It's done!

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    thanks all for your feedback!

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    ohh man! these are tighter than a thirteen year old japanese schoolgirl!!

    i really like your lines but most of all your charactirisations. they are dead on - perfect balance between cartoony/realistic.

    where you from?


    looking forward to more,

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    my god, you work a lot!!
    and so nice!!
    tensai is right - you have a great balance between cartoony and realistic sketches!

    keept it on... I'll subscribe

    (wish i could give you my stars... i think you deserve them much much much more!)

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    Icey, thanks! I think it's too late to add the star rating, but thanks for them anyway!

    tensai, I think it's too late to add a schoolgirl rating, but thanks anyway! I checked out your site and you environment work is fantastic! Good work sir.

    Only one page this week, busy with work and life etc! Anyway, more next week I'm hoping!

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    my line and my scanner are in a losing battle...

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    The bone doctor diagnosis.

    Damn nice thread ~~~ give me one reason we need money ::: o.k. ten
    The secret is to be born or adopted by rich parents ~~~ if that did not work you are in the same boat with everybody else and have to work for the damn stuff ~~~~ big ass bummer! But if you can do something you like it helps a bunch!!!

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    So cool!
    Its rare i see line work that really blows my mind. Yours do.
    And i get the bonus of looking at some highly original characters!
    Pure pleasure.

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