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    My Shiny Things

    Been a while since I've had a sketchbook here, but I'll only go back a couple of weeks here...

    Some atmospheric transport ideas- marker, ink, charcoal

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    crawler tank/geologist things

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    some random character/costume drawings

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    Throwin' Big Bones !!!!!

    Very nice little rides ~~~ like everything you have posted so fall ~~~ your people have a life force and personally to boot!

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    wow.. very strong indeed!!

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    It's been a while indeed.
    Missed your stuff, also on Sijun. Good your still alive and kickin!

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    sick shading man

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    Heh, I feel like I've been away so long nobody would recognize or remember me, but I suppose if I can remember people here then at least one or two would remember me. Here's some doodlin' last night...

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    i remember you, glad to see you re back. awesome work. can't wait to see more.

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    I am very impressed by your pencilwork. Great stuff. I'll be back.

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    Hot damn it's good to see you posting again. Love the mechanical bits, each is neat in it's own way. Can't wait to see more.

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    DSG: pelican man

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    noiiiiiice.dig it all. but obviously most that girl.

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    Ace stuff man.. the marker transport stuff is very realistic.

    Cant wait for me.

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    Top notch amazing stuff.. the machines and creatures are beautiful. I wish i had a crit or two but i don't.. except maybe make a website!

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    bootiful, really diggin' the shading, your things truly are shiny, the aircraft are fantastic, perspective's off in a few places but who cares they get the point across brilliantly.

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    Great stuff as always Barrett. You've got a rare gift.

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    Machines

    Hey these are looking really good, no crits I can find in any of them thus far. One of your flying "machines" (I shall say machines as I'm not sure if theyre considered an aeroplane) reminds me of a gun for some reason :s anyway great work, would like to see more.

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    wow awesome sketches! Really inspiring stuff. Designs are all totally cool. Only thing i can crit is the color work- i think you would benefit from some darker tones towards the shadowed areas. and some more changes in color here and there (for example rust stains, discolorations etc.). Although i realise its just a very quick color job, might be something to use next time.

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    So as not to pollute the board with excess threads...

    ...I'll just pick up my last sketchbook attempt. I've been pretty busy lately, trying to get back into my groove after a summer slump.
    Here's some recent stuff.

    Flexing my watercolor muscles after far too long...
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    my minivan, from my table
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    big enigmatic thing, pencil
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    another big enigmatic thing, watercolor
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    playing with new microns yesterday, aliens and weary space travelers
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    More tonight, I hope. If not, feel free to chastize me mercilessly for my lack of dedication. Or maybe you could get me a cup of coffee.

    We shall not cease from exploration
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    And know the place for the first time.
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    damn your dedication. good luck finding someone to build those airplanes for you.

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    dude, you're one of my new favorite artists... very consistent, but jumping around all over the place too. Awesome.

    that minivan came out extremely nice.

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    Your rendering of metallic surfaces is really effective and impressive!

    I'm also really likin the watercolors, especially the color choice in the shadows and the reflective surfaces on the van. I wish I could have seen the process you did for the minivan, as I am very timid with watercolors and can't seem to sketch out anything with them without being confined to some rough-pencil barrier, if that makes sense.

    What size are those watercolor pieces?

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    i wish i had like a tenth of your skills... thanks for the update

    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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    the watercolors are each about 12 inches on their longest sides. Here's a little OpenCanvas sketch, a concept for a Toyota MR2, should Toyota ever decide to start making cars people can be excited about again...

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    WOW very nice sketchbook! I like your style and I think your watercolourmuscles are trained very good
    Very good coloration! Keep it up

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    wow that car looks sweet and realistic! Your "pelican man" has good shading! But i cant see anyone smiling!

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    Wow, nice work here. Your concepts are solid. So are your watercolors.
    What do you do for a living?


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    I'm a student- no other occupation worth mentioning. Currently fighting procrastination and ADD in my struggle to assemble a professional portfolio.
    Smiling? Ha! Smiling is for suckers!

    (watch this space, new image entry tonight, hopefully)

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    that toyota MR2 is awesome dude.. im a huge import fan... damb you should send that design to them.... you never know.... even though i think they scrapped their MR2.. because they gave it absolutely no balls what so ever...

    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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    Here's a Z-car concept sketch. I think I'll refine it a bit more- nose feels a little fat, though it might be because the wheel arches are indefinite, making the wheels feel small.

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    update: somehow, it got fatter. bleh... on to something else...

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    Is getting fat the way to draw cars, I've got to test it...

    Really nice car designs. Remebers me to start working more on industrial design


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