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    Great work, man! Lines, designs, colors...I love them all
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    awsome awsome stuff.
    those lines....

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    Wow

    I cant believe i missed this sketchbook. Cant find the words AMAZING!
    The lines are awsome! not to mention the colors! the designs!
    Keep it up!

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    great, great stuff.

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    U R the best!O_O

    I saw your work and I thought: "WOW" !
    It's amazing, all these lines and details. I love all the characters,landscapes/buildings and how u colour your pictures. Better than real life
    Can't wait for new updates, never stop posting PLZ!!!

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    Yessssssssssss.

    Love it all baby! Your clothing folds make me cry a little.

    Kay, I'm dusting off my light box yo.

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    You made my day with your works, that I just discovered now...
    But most of all, you seem to enjoy alot making them, and this joy is communicative... Thanx for the fresh air.
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    man, it's been too long.

    haven't really had any time for any personal stuff for weeks and weeks, though have been doing a lot for the prototype mentioned above and plenty of next gen shenanigans for a current project.

    anyway, cheers GunTrouver, you must have dug deep, I'm sure this thread had fallen off the end of the forum, thanks, hopefully I'll be getting back to some of my own stuff soon...

    csteingart, yep, I'm still searching for that perfect, pure fold.....

    Arctis, thanks, yeah, I'm always happy creating, but never satisfied with the results....

    anyway, rude to post with no images, but sorry this isn't the BANG it should be...

    bye-bye bump
    bye-bye bump

    well, I'm out of here before anyone sees me.

    soon, soon...

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    nice little character portraits! (not a "bang", he says? I disagree)
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    verra nice. Love the characters.

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    Wow! Sweet looking stuff, man!

    Cheers! Keep them coming.
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    I love your pen and ink lines man. very cool stuff.. I'd like to see more. Duchess looks good!

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    [QUOTE=salaryman]
    Arctis, thanks, yeah, I'm always happy creating, but never satisfied with the results....
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    I have the same problem, but ... damn.. u're 2 god! You should be sarisfied, ... but i know there's alwais the wish for something better!

    cheers man!! Keep up this wonderful work of yours

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    wowee zowee! me likes em alot.

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    Very nice.

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    great to see another post from you.. the arms in teh first one look a bit masculine to me

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    thanks all, I'm feeling somewhat drained of late for various reasons, but there's only one way around that and that's to work on through...

    Main Loop, yep, warts and all, she's a bit of a munter too, as we say over here. I'm endeavouring to draw attractive women, maybe with practice...

    Mr.Blonde, thanks, yeah unfortunately it's been a hindrance lately the old pen and ink style.

    In my experience, 'painted' concepts have always gone over better than my ink style. I guess a solid line is almost too definite, too gratuitous. So I've had to start trying to do some of that there painted stuff. I've got a long way to go, but I'm finding a technique I'm getting comfortable with so the rest will be practice.

    Here's an example of a design turned down from the recent prototype (this may get removed...). If I can locate the blue-line I'll do a process post... So yeah, still inked underneath it all as I believe it defines my work. I'm sure many out there would say it was a waste of time...

    bye-bye bump

    cheers

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    I would say that it is brilliant.

    Brilliant.

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    I really like this last character. if the ink line step helps you reach this level of quality its well worth the time spent.
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    Ohhhhhh, that painted guys sweeeet, but the line art, droooool.

    I love them both equally, like siblings (my mom loves me best though).

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    good god,

    This is some incredible stuff!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Your painting style, (whether its yours originaly or not i do not know) kicks ass, everythings looking great, cant wait to see more
    Dakka DaKKA!

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    I would like to know your whole process, from start to finish. Do you use models or reference? What paper you use? How do you get that type of marble look for your background, and just go through what you do to get that type of look and feel. Also what programs or software do you use? And lastly, what goes through your head while drawing and inking, why do you define some lines and leave others out. Is it the shadows you focus on or the shape? Thanks your stuff is great. I am sure you have heard of Travis Charest, because your stuff looks very similar…. Which is a good thing. I love your period pieces, the clothing on your people look great, you can see the weight and texture of each of the fabric. Please show us more rough drawings, and please if you could answer these questions. Thank you.

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    Great to see you back, I've been missing your posts.
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    Oh my god, i love every single character in your thread

    really really great

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    Man the costumes are so sweet. I love how everything just seems to have a urban flow to it. Farking sweet.
    Awww, man!! Sorry about that. Yeah,thats gonna stain.

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    sorry this is incomplete, I'm not great at looking after my prelims, but this was for work so I'm surprised it's nowhere to be found. Anyway, I'll edit if I do locate it:

    bye-bye bump

    rsly75, I use ref, more for posture and weight than ideas. Layout or plain old drawing pad for the prelim. Standard tracing paper for the 'neat' stuff. Once scanned I use Photoshop (Painter still makes me feel retarded), Illustrator for logos and font work (I love Illustrator). Not sure why I draw the lines I choose to, if I ever find out I'll let you know... thanks for your interest, hope the process is of help too.

    that's it for now folks, more soon (with those bloody roughs...)

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    Sorry to sound a bit 'deja vu' but WOW. No, seriously. WOW.

    Phenomenal work here. Can't wait to see more of the 'Dragoneering' stuff, as well as the Sci Fi gear.

    Please, keep it up! Truly inspiring!

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    awesome. I have been doing a variation on these steps, but I think your greyscale painting under transparent base color is a wise idea.
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    Thanks A lot. I learned a ton just by what you showed me. That was nice of you to break it down for us. Thanks.... You know what.... I wouldn't mind if you did this break down again for other drawings and paintings in the future.... and I am sure everyone else that saw it wouldn't mind either. You are a great artist Thanks

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