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  1. #301
    mr apathy: tee hee thanks!
    Cwn Annwn: thanks very much. glad you like it!

    Ben: no mate i avoided it because nick and i have tickets and are going to see it this saturday afternoon with our wives up in that manchester! VERY excited!!

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  3. #302
    ooooo! get you mr fancy pants!
    anyway, it looked crap.





    actually it didn't...boohoo, i'm jealous

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    Congrats on the wedding!! Grand time.

    Excellent Zbrush3 sculpt. I so want to do things like that, but haven't had time to sit down and play with it. Really good work, man. Seriously and hot new avatar. ;]

    I love monkeys. Whenever I see a monkey or see people draw monkeys, it enthralls my creative juices. Though, I would never want a monkey to live with me. I don't like changing an animal's diapers. I'd rather change my own spawn's diapers than an animals any day.

    Cheers!

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  5. hey man

    Just thought id drop by and say hello, I personally love that monkey, I want him.
    Definilty seeing a surge in the work mate, difinate style being born methinks.

    I love you

    Dan

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  6. #305
    cheers chaps! nice to have you all drop by. Monkey was awesome- would go and watch it again!
    thanks for the support chaps, i really appreciate it!
    been doing some george bellows inspired boxer speed paints. fisrt one is reffed fom an ol black and white photo the other 2 are sort of half made up half reffed.

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  7. #306
    i immediately thought of george bellows before you mentioned it, so that's good ^^ the second piece is the weakest IMO, the figures seem too awkward around the neck.



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  8. #307
    I love your line drawings---especially the heads from Once and Future king on the first page. Simply wonderful work! You've given me something to work towards as far as my own progress. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. #308
    cheers hp. i plan to do more of them, i agree about the second one: i nearly did not put it up as it was weak but i try and be fairly warts and all about my sketchbook!
    viking raider: thanks so much: i LOVED that book!
    some art! all sorts really. i am enjoying the victory girl piece and there is even a traditional media piece in here: i am trying to get a better handle on acrylics (stay wet pallette has changed my life) I went into town and took some photos of distinguished looking gents. this chap is the first of many i hope! Glad to be getting back towards my fine art roots a bit!

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  10. #309
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    Saw your great piece on the Victory Gals CHOW thread and thought I'd come visit ya sketchbook again....Awsome updates since I last saw it. So much cool stuff. Keep up the great work!!

    Cx

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  11. #310
    thanks cerhmilla! VG piece is done (no more time but i am pretty happy with it!)

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    Hey man, seeing your work in every CHOW has been pretty sweet, and after seeing this most recent one, decided you sketchbook needed a thorough browsing. You're getting better at the technical elements, and you're studies and thumbnails are kicking ass, so not much to crit, an enjoyable book to look through.

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  13. #312
    hey jake. nice pic; i like the plaster across the nose... thief!
    the shading on pleated skirt looks really sweet as well.

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    Jake your ACE!

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  15. #314
    i think terada got their first ben :p cheers mate!
    cheers ryan! your ACE too
    blue: thanks for taking the time to stop by! I feel like i'm moving forward a bit but no where near as fast as others on these forums!

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  16. #315
    ha ha there you go again drawing chicks! you're a married man remember.....

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  17. #316
    hey there mr bishbash. any plans to come up north soon? here are some not girls!
    These are the 5X20 min speedpaints from this weeks lunchtimes.

    chin chin chaps!

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    you are becoming more of a badass every day!

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    Great work! My favorite has to be the japanese warior with the clouds. Badass!! I'd like to see some more pieces along those lines. Thanks for comments on the sb by the way!! Cheers,
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    Hey! When did you do that 'confusion demon' pic? It's great! I think you should do more in that style. Carry on.

    Ta, Nick.


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  21. #320
    hey! you need to update your title of your sketchbook! ^^ I'm one of those ppl who don't look inside until the actual owner posts in it...

    your last update is really cool, the japanese style painting is nice. not sure about the colors though. the spaceship port - just make sure you watch your persp on the ship, it's off but you can prolly fix it quick using the perspective tool.



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  22. #321
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    Hey Cakey! It's been a while since I've posted on anyone's sketchbook, but I have been checking yours out quite often. Nice work. I love the Fat Batman. Also this guy here is amazing!



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    Love it cakester, what's your first name btw?
    I would like to see you mix up the curves with some straight lines you know what I mean? It will actually make the curves feel even better by contrast I think

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  24. #323
    newman: THANKS mate!
    Fvallejo: cheers francis
    oishiiniku: yes mr carver i liked that too will try anddo some more in that vein soon.
    hp: cheers mate. i have trouble getting into my own sketchbook on CA so i often give up trying to update the name!
    eXplosiveLimes: thanks very much indeed!
    Idiot Apathy: my real name is jake gumbleton! I have been doing quite a lot of concept stuff at work and have started playing with different hard edge lines. hopefully i will feed it back into my other work soon its definatey helping my work. thanks for the advise. thanks for stopping by mate!

    nothing but my lunchtime speedies again this week. been socialising too much lately! will try and have more done for next update!
    thanks for all popping by.
    All 20 mins in photoshop with custom brushes.

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  25. great stuff mate, very swooshy!

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  26. #325
    cheers dan!

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  27. #326

    yep....

    love the girls mister, been running around the country abit on my new royal enfield bullet and like most things I have it happens to break down a lot. HA HA. Been putting my studio together and once I get that sorted I will come up and visit. Maybe even you can come down for the day, now that's a thought hey.... I tell you something though I wish I didn't sell that bloody helmet as all I got is this old 70's yellow open faced number and every time I go riding I must eat a roast dinners worth of bugs and god knows what.. all the love in the world to you mister.
    P.S I sparyed the petrol tank black as soon as I got it.

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  28. #327
    Ashab: lovely looking bike mate: very you!
    Yes come visit soon you tart we all missyou lots!
    If you like us lot can some see you at some point that would be cool! My modeo got scrapped so i am only cyclcing these days but i bet one of the others might be up for driving.
    Hope evrything is going well for you chap, hopefully we will see you soon.

    little update. a 30 min speed from ref a photo i took out of the windscreen of my wife's car (got a lot of these: will be doing a series).
    todays lunchtime speedy: topic was 'in the forest' 20 mins including building a cusom leaf brush ZOOM!!

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    schweeeeeeeeet,

    love the colossus (giant robot on crack) and the confusion demon (looks like something out of indian folk art) very swish.

    ***** more from me

    cheerio

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  30. #329
    cheers youngpaddy!

    couple more little bits. some experiments with a custom brush: interested in line quality with this one. Second thing is a doolde-sheet. I did this over a few weeks and basically just doodled whenever i was waiting for stuff to load at work etc. hope you enjoy!

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    Sweet update!
    That doodle sheet is a great idea to do. It looks like a carnival of characters and the different styles of them make it interesting to look at. The lunch speedies are nice, especially those trees in your #327 post. I am beginning to wonder if you are eating with one hand and sketching with the other to get these things done during lunch hehehe Keep sharing!

    P.D: Oh yeah, what happened to the Batman sculpt? Did you finished it yet? Just wondering.

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