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    again, holy shit f damn AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

    that's a beautiful sketch of waves and stuff...nice sketch of the musicians...um um ok i'll try to think of something constructive to say...render out more things!



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    welcome back Farvus amazing updates, your pen sketches are beautiful. really love that brush pen/fountain pen combo piece, great diversity in the marks you put down. hmm not much else I can think to say honestly, your rendering is coming along nicely with both pen and pencil; keep it up! edit: just saw looked at the thread you posted, and man, your nature sketches are really looking good. love that minimalistic one of the rocks in the water

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    the nature drawings kick ass!! pencil and ink!

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    machzero - thanks.
    hpslashluvr - render out more things?... hmm.. you're right. I think I sometimes do it too flat.
    Onir, glikster - Thanks guys. At the beginning, drawing nature was a bit difficult for me but later it started to get really interesting. I especially liked to draw and pait the water.

    Today is a bit of "testing new techniques day". I tried for the first time really paintingwith watercolours. I've done this long time ago when I was very small.

    It's painted from life - some building at the edge of forest. The first one is a failure to me. I I don't like too candy colours .

    Cup of tea and tomatoe. I like this one more.

    I'm trying here carpenter's pencil. It vas a tip that can make very thin and sharp line or very thick and soft line.

    My bag. Fountain pen.

    This one is from imagination (I think I was inspired by Bjork music ) Again carpenter's pencil.

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    Life drawing. The statue od Jan Heveliusz - the famous astonomer from my city.

    Old town hall's tower.

    Some other building.

    Rendering practice. Not so succesful though.

    Cars that I saw outside window.

    Alarm clock on my desk. Watercolour of course

    I feel some strong tension recently so I wanted to make more relaxed drawings without worrying about result. Don't know why but usually such intuitive drawings look better than those with construction of anatomy.

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    great speed enviros, alot of punch in em!

    cheers!


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    hurricane - Thanks for dropping by. I'll continue painting them.

    Today I only managed to paint some simple life with watercolours. This one is not very succesful but I learned some small thing from it. Oh.. and this is pear + coconut on balcony. Late afteronoon.
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    hey man, nice pieces! love the looseness of your watercolors, especially the most recent one. you say it's not very successful, but I still really like the way you did the shadow, as well as the pear. nice work on everything once again, keep it up

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    Onir - Thanks.

    I'm going back to anatomy studies. Here's BurneHogarth again. This time with charcoal pencil.

    I got into first page of my sketchbook and reminded myself of Fellah's advice. I'm forcing myself too much so I go back to ugly drawings. These were made while watching TV.

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    really well colored environments. Your figure work is getting much better. Great. Keep on. You have a good mix of life and referenced product.

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    Don't miss the rise

    This is actually Wolverine's sketchbook
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    Listing - Thanks, man.

    Here are some doodles from yesterday. They are from Fellah. doo thread.

    New anatomy Hogarth anatomy studies. Charcoal pencil.

    Another pack of loose sketches.

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    cool sketches!


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    whoa lotsa stuff! haha great updates man, lookin good all around. the hogarth studies look great, nicely rendered; all the loose sketches have a nice feel to them as well. love the first doo piece you did, really nice volume on it and the look on the face is cool as well hehe. hard to think of any crit, you're covering alot of areas with what you're doing now.. all I can say is keep it up

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    hi mate thanks for droping around this one is tight
    http://img134.imageshack.us/img134/2794/en11b3lc.jpg
    your enviros are looking better with each post mate!!
    keep that UP!

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    Its funny, right when i started looking at this picturehttp://img108.imageshack.us/my.php?image=sk175fs.jpg , a ramones song starts playing on itunes

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    hey farvus! really digging your building sketches. They look pretty loose yet accurate. BTW, how did you find a coconut on your balcony??? heheh.

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    nice and huge updates!!

    Great sketches and paintings... keep it up...

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    hurricane - Thanks!
    Onir - thanks, man. I'll try to keep it up.
    maxetormer - It's so nice to see you here.
    boomheadshot45 - heh. Nice coincidence
    machzero - Thanks. I took some old coconut and I set it on balcony floor together with pear.
    glikster - Thanks!

    Some late night doodle for Fellah's doo thread (openCanvas).

    Hogarth studies.

    Fun ink doodles.

    Quick pencil sketch

    Brush pen gestures.

    And finally some life painting - view from my balcony. Very late afternoon and it's getting dark. I made sketch with brushpen, painted with watercolours and added lights using tempera.

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    AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! i can't believe i missed all this good stuff!

    as usual i just say maybe try some more rendered work with a pencil...but maybe that is not your thing.

    nice hogarth studies...beautiful architecture work. glad to see you doing some "fun" sketches too. you may call them ugly but they're fucking awesome to me.



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    hey mate, cool pen sketches, would really like to see more of them

    cheers

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    hpslashluvr - Well. Right now I concentrate on form/shapes rather than rendering but I think I'll practice rendering by copying some master paintings. Thanks!
    Shinryu - Sure. I'm not going to stop doing fun doodles

    Here's another pack of Hogarth studies.

    And fun doodles again.

    I want to concetrate more on enviroments. Here are some sketches from architecture magazines to increase my "architectural vocabulary". I tested grey brushpen here. It's good for quick applying shadows.

    Some small enviro concepts.

    Sci-fi interior.

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    hey man, nice updates; said it before and I'll say it again, the hogarth studies are lookin great. loove the doodles you've been doing, nice loose feel to em. of these though I must say... those environment sketches/concepts are AMAZING! seriously man! those sketches blow me away haha, especially that last one. really nice usage of the brushpen on those. how big are these sketches? great work either way man, keep it up!

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    great hogarth studies... beautiful enviros! And I love the brush pen gestures....

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    not to belittle the figures and faces, but i really like the environment sketches. especially the recent ones - they have nice energy and suggestion of depth. never saw your book before, keep it up man.

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    Cool stuff! The environments stand out in particular.
    As for the anatomy studies:
    Hogarth can be a great resource for anatomy but his style is quite infecting and that can stifle some of your imagination and process so that you just start copying his work and not asking yourself why he put the lumps and bumps of the skin where he did. Try doing interpretations of his drawings instead of copys to make your head work a bit more.
    In any case, I recommend that you vary your sources of anatomical study a bit. Try throwing in some Bridgman with Hogarth and get a few old masters in there too (Michelangelo, Leonoardo, Durer. If you don't know where to find any good images of their work try http://www.artrenewal.org/ ARC has some whacky philosophy but lots of good high res images of master works.)

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    Sorry for no update and writing comment in return. Last days were lazy ones

    Onir - Thanks! I always had more fun designing enviroments than drawing characters. Maybe that's why they look better than rest of the stuff. These sketches are all from my A5 sketchbook so quite small. Maybe it's not so good but this way I can't think much about details. Just main shapes. So that my design and composition skills gets stronger.
    I have small problem though. It's easier to rotate and use ruler on single sheet of paper. That's a disadvantage of this sketchbook.

    glikster - Thanks!

    tensai - Thanks. Recently I used brushpen with shade of gray for shadows and everything became even more 3d . It's also cool beacause I don't have to do much rendering with it. I want to add lighter shade of gray to my tool set but it's so expensive. There are no copic or similar markers in art shops in my city .

    document - wow. Thanks for lot's of suggestions and the link. I learn a lot from Hogarth's drawings just by looking at them but you're right. I don't have Bridgeman books but I'll also try learning from old masters' paintings.

    Here's another pack of analysing architectural shapes.

    Two enviro doodles. I don't like the first one. It doesn't work well

    This one is few weeks old. That's the illustration for some pen&paper RPG zin. I made it few weeks ago but I wanted to wait with posting until the magazine is online for downloading.
    Flying fortress called behemoth.

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    Wow nice sketches, but the behemothpiece is especially nice.
    Your figurestudies look a bit exaggerated, but overall your sb is very solid

    Keep it up
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    Lewis - Thanks. Figure studies look exaggerated beacause it's Hogarth's method of showing anatomy.

    Only enviroments today.

    Interior design. I think this one could go to Finally finished section.

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    great new stuff... serious improvement! I think the last interior design is looking good, but the composition is pretty boring... that first enviro is pretty interesting... and I like the organic 2nd....

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    you're posts are a bit hard to keep up with lol, you update with a good amount of things each time (which is good of course hehe).. nice stuff though, all the architectural and environmental doodles are looking great. really like the scale in the one with the giant tree (assuming that's a tree of course). hard to think of a crit honestly, everything is definitely solid; I do agree with glikster about the composition on the interior design one, though. keep it up either way, it's all looking great

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