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purb36: Thanks for and advice, really appreciate it.
papervampire: Thanks bro, making the journey like everyone else, I just know I'm going to continue no matter what. Just enjoying the struggles of the journey.
DanielC: Thanks man, Congrats again on getting on with Bungie. I hope all is well.
Lyno: Thank you very much
AikidoAl: Thanks, and I see you've posted recently, yeah it was very nice meeting you at Reverie also. It seems like it was yesterday.
Well everyone its been awhile since I've posted, finished school and now back to digital painting and drawing and looking for work also. I'm really happy I can now focus on my personal projects for the time being. But I really need to be finding a job soon. Also check out my website, still updating but its coming along. Man, time is moving pretty fast.
First I would like to start with my some Moleskin Illustrations I've done and a new digi study and a illustration. Thanks for viewing, sorry for the long delay. I have been working a lot, just need to be more active in posting.
a new Sargent study
battle sage illustration
Sick moleskin stuff man, love 'cracked hammer,' and the sargent study looks pretty good. colours do seem a bit muddy tho. still, nice work.
http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...99#post2372999 <- sketchbook...
http://woopatworks.blogspot.com/ <- Blog...
Its me again, here is the final of the creature illo I did I spent to much time on this, I can't say that I like it much, but I really did learn a lot from doing it, and thats the important element in the end. Thanks for viewing. everyone.
Last edited by Darktwin; August 22nd, 2009 at 04:47 AM.
Haha, one million noses
I love your pencil stuff in your sketchbook, smooth line anhe chars are cool! (Especially the first one of your latest bunch I like)
cant criticize much cause im far from your level. But the first thing that came to mind for me was that maybe the blue background in the upper torso area is almost swallowing the torso, in terms of saturation. If you try and make them be more apart from each other, i think the picture would be more interesting. Even tho I could understand that you wanted it to look like that for compositional reasons..
hope i could help
Hey great to have you back!!! You new stuff is really good, the landscape studies are just awesome. You pencil work rocks!
And keep on with the (it's called VOLKSSTURM) concepts really nice. "nations'assault?"
Dude! been a while!! Nice pencils good to see some stuff from you again. Sargent study is great though it is a little muted
Last edited by pennington; January 22nd, 2010 at 11:44 AM.
Great pencil sketches and sculpting!