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    new ortho looks awesome. i love the texture on the cloth and metal. very interesting to look at. keep it up!

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    Like your solid forms, and the palette. subscribed

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    I Really Love your Work, Really solid stuff.

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    i really like ur character designs man, keep them coming, for my sake! i will try to learn, if u wanna help me out some, my new sb is up, and im gonna be tryin to finish some character designs, if u wanna stop by an help me along, id like it, and will return the favor!

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    great character its always nice to see the process, again u improved and this book is getting hotter keep it up matte

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    Hi I'm just popping in to say I love your art work .Great sense of colour, interesting blend of influences and styles...Keep going

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    here's my DA account. S
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    and here's my sketchbook! check me out if you like concepts of soldiers and warriors of all sorts.

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    Great character designs, I realy enjoyed looking at the last one you did, I esspecialy like the colour pallete you used and the work you did on the metals. Keep it up!

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    Hurley: Thanks for checking my sb out. Appreciate it!

    Merlkir: awesome. Thank you!

    Call0ps: Nice to hear from you again Call0ps. Thanks for dropping by.

    jMarkus: I'm heading over to yours right now. Cool.

    CopticMike: Thanks Mike.

    Addiso: Thanks for subscribing man.

    mdale: The cloth is probably my favorite part too. The spounge tool comes in so handy when doing textures. Thanks, man.


    Update for tonight: Finished the sketch above. This is the main character. Although, when I sketching above, it was originally intended to be the second warrior in the story, but I liked how it turned out and it resemebled the main character in my head...so here it is. (Now I just have to redraw that second warrior over)

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    cool havnt seen this sketchbook before, some really nice stuff man keep it up

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    Spectacular work on the environments and on those charcter design paintings. I rally appreciate the work-in-progress stuff so we get a chance to see how you think. Keep it up!!

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    Awesome work dude - I really enjoyed looking at the enviros, Im a real fan of exploring lots of ideas for moods and scenes, and you vary them really nicely, lots of variation - but u can always tell its the same.

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    Oh noes, here is the end!

    Just flipped through your SB and I'm oh so happy I did - awsome character sketches! You really make them expressive and filled with motion, something I always found hard to achieve. Watch your anatomy though, some of them seem to have very short thighs - remember that the crotch needs some space as well beneath that belt, as well as the thighs. But I do forgive you - the sketches has such amazing personality they are a joy to behold!

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    DragonSnail : Heheh. Yeah I got watch my anatomy...i've been getting myself into the practice of flipping my sketches over now..i'm amazed at how weird a sketch can look sometimes.

    PHATandy: Thanks man. Same here. I'm always attracted to landscapes that are almost just mood...and realistic but abstract. I kind of like it when the viewer can imagine places in the enviroment...where they can pick out little abstract shapes and, in their own mind, figure out what a place really looks like. It's something I'm working towards.

    silvestri99: Thanks bud. Don't worry, i'll keeping posting the process shots. I like them too.

    koppa: thanks for stopping by...hope you come again.

    designboot: :bashful

    Here's Anubis. First sketch. And now I'm done for the night...off to go watch Heroes!


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    Nice sketching, Anatomy stuff is pretty clean
    I like the way you gave the texture to the snair_sketch_tree.jpg.
    Nice work keep it coming

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    Cool stuff here man.
    The egypt project looks great.
    Great artwork for albesila, i'll do some concept art for the project too, i'm new member of the crew.



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    lovin the egyptian theme.

    the sketch of anubis is awesome, cant wait to see it painted

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    nice sketch. Just yesterday we were going through Feng Zhu's sketches in Anatomy class. He had some great StarGate concepts with anubis heads...

    here's my DA account. S
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    and here's my sketchbook! check me out if you like concepts of soldiers and warriors of all sorts.

    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=90214
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    excellent concept artwork man, enviorments (i suck at those), orthos and character design.I'm curios to see how anubis will look like finished, looks great so far.

    Keep sharing!

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    TheGnoll Actually, I'm kind of struggling with the environments, thanks for the kind words though. I dunno. I think with the environments, I alwasy feel that they're not quite realistic, or maybe organic enough, so with that I'm trying harder.

    Merlkir Yeah...I love Stargate. I'm being careful though not just to emulate that style. Like for Anubis, I definitely don't want it to look like a guy with a neat helmet. I really want to get cool looking Animorphs.

    mdale I'm not sure if this Anubis sketch will get painted. It was just a preliminary one. Don't worry, though, there will be a final painted version soon. I think that this sketch is a nice start, but maybe too cute, or cartoony. I want him to be real as the others.

    Jorge Gecov Aw cool. I'll check out your stuff. Welcome aboard to the MoA project. It's very cool.


    Bhrazz Thanks man.
    designboot Oh. yeah.. hmmm. my browser won't do the smileys sometimes...and I tried to do just a reg. smile one...looks like it changed to bashfull. haha.

    Okays guys and gals. I"m going to San Diego Comic Con this year and I'm trying to put together some promotional pieces. I want to print out a sketchbook handout...if you've ever been to the show you see a lot of the artists selling them. Mine will be free, but same basic idea and will include all of my Egypt stuff. Here's the cover.

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    nice cover dude
    good luck in San Diego

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    neat idea

    here's my DA account. S
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    and here's my sketchbook! check me out if you like concepts of soldiers and warriors of all sorts.

    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=90214
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    Merlkir & designboot: Thanks guys

    Here's the start of the Anubis painting. I placed in the warrior for scale. Yeah...the gods are huge here.

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    cool man, great drawings, great paintings.
    looking forward to seeing anubis finished

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    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1176485631
    this version has some sweet color balance, you kinda lost it at the more final version.

    great stuff though!
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    Very inspiring SB... makes me wish I could get better faster. I've got along way to go. But I can atleast tell my self everyone starts out as bad as me and with enough practise end up as good as you Think ill check in on this SB alot!

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    Nyarlathotep: When I had started this sketchbook in 05, hell, even before Sept. of last year, I really didn't practice everyday. I just didn't have the time. And now looking back...it's like YIKES...so yeah, practicing everyday has help so much. It's nice to see the improvement too because it motivates you to continue on.

    hurricane: I can see it too. Something happened during the last session. I was having problems saving as a RIFF in painter, the thing kept freezing on me when i would save. After re-painting the last part a few times and having the session bomb, I switched over to save as a EPS, just because that was the only thing that seemed to save fine. I noticed though that it shifted the colors more blue. Once I got the RIFF saving thing back to normal I tried to recalibrate the image back to the original. Maybe I'll take another stab at and get it a little closer. Good eyes. Thanks for the comments

    jim b: Thanks Jim. Here's the final Anubis. Well...mostly final...I'm thinking I need to repaint his boots.

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    I liked you works quite a lot, your drawing style is very dinamic. Oh, btw, I´m supposed to be in the Albesila project too, how do you upload pictures to that forum?

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    Badaboom: Thanks man. Glad to hear you're doing Albesila too. If you want to upload pics there, you need to upload them to a webserver first...Like Photobucket. Then copy the url in the the reply box. Contact Designboot, though.

    Here's a Scarab sketch. In Egyptian mythos, scarabs are symbols of life...or guardians of life. In the underworld, they're supposed to help protect the souls on their way through the underworld until they reach Osiris. Egyptians were usually buried with scarab amulets, which they believed warded off evil spirits and such. In my story I thought it would be interesting to show these giant scarabs roaming the plains of the underworld, protecting lost souls. When the main character first meets up with them, he's in the midst of this huge battle going on around him. At first he's terrified of these giant beasts, but in order to escape the battle around him, he climbs onto one of them and it flys off. In flight he begins to regain himself a little and remembers his mission. What he doesn't realize is that during the flight he's really loosing himself completely to the Underworld...and that's the reason why the scarabs found him in the first place. (I also did a painting of this scene a page back or so)

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