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    Denysiuk-Thanks for the comments!


    Some more Watts stuff

























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    Frazetta studies done in charcoal.





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    Update on the frazetta emulation. I havent been able to work on it for awhile cause my monitor crapped out and just got my new one in yesterday. Its nearly done, maybe only an hour or 2 more, try to finish it tomorrow.



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    I had nothing else to do, so I decided to finish the piece instead. Probably 8-10 hours for this piece. I am very pleased with the results.



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    looks great! could we get a link to the original so we can compare?

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    Hey , I love the life drawings of the figures and this one s95.jpg has a very nice feeling for me.
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    Tyranx- Thanks!

    heartbeat-Thanks for the comments.


    Here is the original so you can compare.

    mine


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    I also thought it would be a good idea to put the process in order all next to each other.








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    wicked stuff, your quick figure work is really impressive

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    good copy. I'm wondering if you might have gotten even more out of the practice if you had done a tight drawing of the woman and then painted her in with harder edges instead of loose forms and edges of the woman, then refined it. Her cape and the rocks I can see being done this way, but seeing how you develope your own personal figures ... perhaps lined drawings transfered before the backgrounds or after the backgrounds and used to paint the picture with will help figure out Frazetta's process better?

    I do like your ideas to learning here, and believe you'll keep getting better by leaps in the direction your going... keep at it man!

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    The Frazetta copy is very nice. I'm surprised how well you were able to match the look of traditional media. Great use of the PS brushes.

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    Spade-Thanks I appreciate it!

    Bowlin-Thanks! I might give that a try the next chance I get to do one, or maybe I will try it out with my thunder dome piece.

    Blaise-Thanks, I even surprised myself with how painted it looked, I didnt think it was going to happen as well as it did.


    Here is a WIP of a piece I am working on, hopefully I will finish it and it will look decent. I have a ton of Watts stuff to post, but its been too cloudy to shoot pics, hopefully soon though.



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    GOOODDD values, KEEP this up man!!!

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    maxetormer-thanks, I think i will be finishing it.

    2 digi quicks, first one i did awhile ago and forgot to upload, the 2nd i just finished, before bedtime practice.





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    Some stuff is really good but some work are surprisingly average(some figure drawings and heads)..it could be just me...but i love the way u did characters on the 3rd page & Frezetta's studies..
    Keep up the good work mate


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    shyamshriram-Thanks for stopping by, some stuff is still average cause I am still learning and figuring out what works for me, so I will definately have some average stuff for awhile still.


    update


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    I guess I got to work even harder now to get my 5th star back.



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    Some watts stuff and a mondgolian death worm. Yesterday I got to gether with some people and we had like a 2 hour paint competition and the topic was mongolian death worm.

















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    Great updates

    My sketchbook flawed to the max page 5
    Ps:Hope you understand my English.
    Remember my advices taste best with a grain of salt.
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    Yo this stuff is great, really enjoyed looking through.

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    very nice book and studies! love the most recent paint... has a dark/reviving mood. RAWRRR!

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    I can't help but love the pic with the hooded figure. Good rendering and mood.

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    Hey matt, great job here dude, man.. i think the master frazetta really smiled when see his work in your thread, great work.

    But i really like a lot this one dude, this stuff is more my style of stuff dude.


    I keep visiting here bud when i can, post more!!!

    Cheers

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    for you dude

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    Mindflaw-Thanks!

    Some_Guy-Thanks!

    MattGamer-Thanks, is that icon of yours a badger?

    Antti-Thanks!

    enthombed-Thanks I appreciate it, I almost want to redo that one I think I can do it much better now.

    Here is some sketches, the digital ones are painter practices so I can get back into painter. I will have some Watts stuff up alittle later today most likely, got to shoot it all.











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    of course i had some help on some of these.


    2 hours plein air.



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    Nice chacoals, ill will always be amazed by this tecnique, the edge
    control is nothing short of amazing, keep those coming!!

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    uhuu, great updates bud, yeap, this charcoals are great a lot, the shading and shadows are wonderfull, damnit, need try this yet.

    Cheers

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    maxetormer-Thanks, I hope you enjoy this watts update today.

    enthombed-Thanks!

    Well yesterday was my last day for figure drawing this semester and I am glad it ended with me getting my best 2 hour fig drawing yet, I am really pleased with it, I got alittle help at the end of class, mainly cause I wanted feedback on it.





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    Very solid <> however if you squint your eyes you will see many of the dark shapes start to become holes rather than form <> this often happens when matchings values to the model <> one needs to always be aware of how dark it should be on the drawing to create the desired illusion of form without creating holes <> lighting of course becomes critical in this kind of drawing but in the end it is the drawing the is important and the illusion it conveys to the viewer.

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    That last one's lookin' pretty solid, Matt. Like..solid as in the forms. Dig the plane indications on that one. Although I think his mustache needs to be bigger, hehe. Don't skimp on a man's mustache!!

    "Every generation sees the past though the lens of its own time." - Thom Hartmann
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