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    Dan Valkar Thanks dude. Glad you like

    Here's one I'm working on tonight.

    First I start with the loose sketch
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    Then I lay in a base color. I like using a burnt umber and I'm pretty much just brush it in messy. I also use a darker (raw) umber for just a few choice shadows.

    I decided that I really wanted to paint the face. So I just started painting in some skin color. First I paint the shadow and blend in the lighter parts on top of it.

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    The new batman movie has me pretty excited. After seeing the new poster I felt like painting Joker myself . I just need to paint in the body and fix the ear.

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    Hey man, your work is awesome. Your figures, cloths hands and head, everything it's fine, you pretty much made it. Just get those lines a little more cleaner if you can.

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    the last two r great too...nice update...more more more!

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    wow the joker is pretty cool!!! Really looking forward to see him finished.

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    lennon Hi Lennon. cleaner lines? got it. i'll try.

    Dan Valkar Thanks man.

    kischi Well...he's not finished yet...but here's an update. All I need to do now is the hands.

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    I really like the progreas on the Joker's face! Nice result using karmin red on the background and making a nice shadows with it. I'm positive shocked on this effect

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    Hey dude. I was looking at the Herald entries and found yours intriguing, so I decided to check out your sketchbook. These are awesome! I loved the men's faces on the first page. I loved the amount of character in their faces.

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    Heh, I saw that joker piece on super hero hype. Small internet. Nice sketchbook too, would love to see more finished pieces though.

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    Am pritty amped about the new 'The dark knight' movie too!!! Diggin your characters and colors, and some interesting textures too

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    D@niel Thanks. Yeah, can't wait for the trailer to come out.

    Extollere Really? That's funny. Yeah, small internet I guess. Working on some fuller finished pieces is the plan. (Slowly, but surely)

    Kerberos Thanks man. Glad you liked the Herald one.

    mariusz. I like how the red came out too. I usually use a brownish/red color as a base, but in this case I tweaked it more purple-ish to go with Joker's color scheme and to compliment the green hair.

    Here's my Herald of the Queen piece for CHOW #99.
    The brief:
    The Herald is a powerful member of the Queens' court, announcing her arrival and departure, and acts as her body guard and protector. A knight of unrivaled power, The Herald is the one who champions the Queen and all her ventures.

    This character must be powerful. Watch your anatomy - we need a heroic, but believable character. This character needs to look the part - poised, strong, in control even in adverse situation.

    The character needs to be executed in a more realistic manner - no cartoons or comic styles will be accepted.

    I basically just started by sketching a heroic pose and almost immediately thought it would be cool to show a guy hanging on the side of a large beast of burden. I really wanted to do a pre-historic theme and picked on doing a winter travel scene w/ mammoth like creatures. My idea is that here the queen is returning to her palace after a long journey thru the wilderness. The briefing also mentioned that since this is CHOW 99, it's also the end of an era...with that in mind I went for a sunset color scheme, where everything was already in shadows except for the Queen and just the top of the Herald. I was kind of going for...he's lifting himself up to her level, where the last moments of sunlight are, to announce her coming.

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    here are the sketches leading up to the final:

    After sketching I started by laying in basic light...and once I was happy with that I started refining.

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    the herald its lookin' great good luck with it!

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