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    Wow, your thread is amazing. I love the knights you have done, really like the way the metal of their armour comes across so well. Can't wait to see more


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    Hey man, the Batman piece is cool. But especially the girls face in the upper right. Very nice.
    Please stop by my new Anatomy Sketchbook and critique the hell out of it.

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    Yes an update!
    Made my day dude! I dig the way you draw eyes with just a few clean lines and still they are full of life - very neat man. Good stuff! I know you are a busy dude, but please post some more - hehe. Even a coffe doodle would make us happy
    Take care man

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    Crystalline_Blue - Cheers bud

    crazy3dman - Thanks man - looking back I don't like that post - oh well

    Fellah - Cheers man - I'm trying to loosen up my pencils - Here's some random unfinished doodles for you

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    Damn you are good man! That topgirl is awesome! Thanks

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    Cheers dude!

    Here's a quick portrait of my sister Joanne

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    Last edited by AndrewLey; June 19th, 2005 at 05:46 PM.

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    Sorry for posting without a pic (been real busy) but I recieved my Uni results today...

    I got a First!! yaaaaaaaay!!

    Should have more time for sketching over the summer so stay tuned!

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    Cheers bud

    Sorry I can't go into detail about it, but here's a still from my 4 minute film that I produced for my final year.
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    Congrats on the results. I hope you do have more time for sketching, because your sketches have been great. Love how you do eyes.

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    Cheers Sinix - Here's some muscles studies

    This was an attempt to quickly render muscles without any ref (something I've always struggled with). Each arm was done in about 15 minutes.
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    holy shit man great stuff
    what materials do you use?
    it kind of looks you're using grey water color or ink, or done in photo?
    but i'm stupid so...

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    Tired of studies so here's a bit of fun

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    @ dadu - for the pencils I use a hb tek - the rest is Painter 9

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    damn, that last one is great. It looks like you just kick in some lines, then piece it together and wham you got a bot going crazy. Nice man!

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    Cheers Fellah

    Here's another attempt at doing a face without any ref...
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    Damn. That's friggin awesome. I love your super-splash page, its got such great composition. Your heads are really nice, keep up the great work. Post more!

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    holy shit this stuff is fresh! i love the portraits the most, and next come those sick mechs of yours. are you in college, or what? critwise; i'd like to see some more full figures in action from you. keep it up-

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    This guy's a freaking god if you ask me.

    Your sister is very beautiful by the way

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    Quick Sketch - Thanks man!

    Odds - Cheers dude - I just graduated

    Pesmerga - Cheers bud - my sis say's thanks aswell

    did this for a CGT DSG (Painter 1hour)

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    impressive sketchbook I really enjoy your very unique style!

    I am happy to see you've got this thread over here, gonna keep an eye on it for sure

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    Hey Andrew - airwolf is pretty slick, bro. Awesome for just an hour, IMO.
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    Drumwhore - Cheers bud!

    Redehlert - Thanks man!

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    that last batman rocks... you deserve some stars!!!!!
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    As far as your painter stuff goes your 4 armed mech is cool but the airwolf blows everything away. Fucking awesome! If you had used (more) colour I'd erect a sign right here saying "Prime piece of ass, ripe for kissing". Oh weel, maybe next time. Your pencils are also beautiful, I'm always envious of those who can render eyes so well. The funny thing is your organic stuff done in pencil is really lovely but it seems to fall down when you move to digital. Your airwolf, mech and the BMW stuff show your very capable at working on id stuff in digital, you just need to hammer away at your organic work.

    Cool stuff! I hope we're going to see you entering IDM.
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    damn nice stuff man..i love your knights a lot..like piece of batman in pencil..i did a batman too..it sucked hehe..

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    Vigostar - cheers man - stars would be nice

    Flip - Thnkas for the crits bud - I agree my digital stuff needs work - I tend to use digital just to sketch. Organic stuff needs more time than mech stuff.

    the_allejo05 - Cheers dude!

    Started this guy yesterday. Its my first project in ZBrush. I built a 5000 poly in Maya then detailed in ZBrush. The model is now just under 4 million polys and is quite difficult to handle.

    Next step is to build a low poly version and generate a normal map.
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    Your last post is delicious! Looks like pudding

    Air Wolf is freaking awesome. just an hour!? I bet it would take me days to get that kind of result...

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    Hey man, that z-brush creature is looking really good. I'm thinking about giving z-brush a try. I'd love to see what the low poly model looked like before you took it into z-brush.
    Please stop by my new Anatomy Sketchbook and critique the hell out of it.

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    Pesmerga - Thanks man

    crazy3dman - Cheers bud - definatly give Zbrush a go - its a lot of fun. Here's the base mesh and the normal mapped low poly version...
    Last edited by AndrewLey; March 22nd, 2008 at 10:24 PM.

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