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    Some cliffs of google.

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    Hey there,

    i really like what your doing in this SB, trying out many different things to copy from google, which makes it interesting. And i think there working, your digis have soo much improved, i really like the colours used in your last digi, very nice. Remember to get that book from Hogarth that someone suggested on page 8, that will help you even more, like they said. Keep it up with it all and dont stop, the journey is only at its beginning, thats a nice quote

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    Creature of the Week #92 - The Architect

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    The Roobs are comical race of small sluggish creatures who can be distinguished mainly by their different wooden masks that they carry and that is only one if their many "technical achievments". They are also funny in a sadistical way for their odd method of building new homes, they take random objects lying around and throw into a pile without any thought and then enter with the hope that it wont fall apart instantly. This method leads to many sad deaths among the Roobs but ironically they are called "the architects" by all other creatures as a running joke, but still they stand proud of their craft.

    Qxzi : Thanks for the feedback mate!, i'll look into that book soon.

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    Interesting sketch-book. Keep it going! I wish I had the same routine of making real-life studies as you do. I don't think I painted from 'real life' since art-school, seven years ago... never really liked it (but it still is the best way to learn.)

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    OVER 10.000 VIEWS!!!

    Thank you everyone for taking some of your precious time to visit my little sketchbook!

    I have been out of town for awhile but now im back, now im waiting for the next Character of the week.
    And here is a character study of one of my favourite painters, Wei Dong.

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    New study!, once again from a painting of Wei Dong, he is a true master.

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    ooh, love your paint style! those cliffs look nice! i like the scenery.
    wellxv4.jpg is rather endearing, and i love the color and crispness in studyoilrigip2.jpg ! awesome job in painter. keep us updated!

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    Here's the Character of the Week, The Overprepared Backpacker. I had little time to do this, mostly because i forgot the deadline and realised it close to the end.

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    Wow, Lazy! You're technique has improved by leaps and bounds since I last came here. Your brush technique has this beautiful, smooth look about it, and your handling of light and color is much better than it used to be. Nice job, man!
    As far as crits go, your figure work still needs some improvement. Also, try to be more consistent in your shadows. That last crit was a reference to your Backpacker ChoW. Look at those shiny things on his pack (excellent job on those, by the way). For the upper objects, the light and speculars are on the right side, but on the lower objects, the highlights are on the left side. The shading on the guy isn't consistent, either. Also, add some reflections to the water, and increase the value difference between the water and the surrounding dirt. And sharpen the edges of the man's shadow.
    See you later! Keep up the improvement!

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    good... err ... wait, Very good man !
    I'll try to swing by more often to leave some crit.
    In the meantime, keep up the work !

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    [Version 2]
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    Moai : Thanks man! you're insight is always a pleasure to read

    DanielC : Thanks! The same back to you, i will swing by your book as well.

    Last edited by Lazy; November 4th, 2007 at 09:05 AM.
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    New one, trying to contrast my other pieces for my portfolio. It really helps starting out in black and white, i will try to color this soon.
    *Fixed the contrasts and tweaked it a little.

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    Dude! Awesome piece! Really nice. You just took yourself to a whole new level with that one, both in terms of subject matter and in your handling of the medium.
    There are some flaws that I'd like to point out, however. First of all, the composition is lopsided, with all the contrast concentrated in that one upper section. Perhaps brighten up one of the lower right buildings to help spread the viewer's attention around. Also, I'm getting contradictory messages about the position of that bright surface and the figures on it in relation to the background. The difference in scale and brightness on the platform part tell me that it's high above the rest of the scene. However, the rest of the object with the floating platform is similar in value and in contrast to the rest of the scene. This makes it blend in with the background. Also, I'm not sure what exactly it's supposed to be that they're standing on. Is that part of a ship, or a building, or what?
    I'd suggest changing the background from isometric perspective to "normal" perspective, but that might be too difficult at this stage in the rendering. Just make sure everything that's supposed to be parallel really is parallel, and that everything that's supposed to line up really does line up. Okay?
    Rock on, Mr. Lazy.

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    I present to all of you some awesome veichles (not to be scaled against each other)

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    Moai : Thank you very much for the comment, i tweaked the last one some more.

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    New character for my portfolio, went for the eerie uneasy mood by giving her only one eyebrow and minimal hairstyle and yes, her arm is deformed.

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    New character.
    *Fine-tuned the guy sitting down some more.

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    I fine-tuned one of the older pieces, i like it better now.

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    MY OFFICIAL WEBSITE IS UP!

    http://www.chrisson.com/

    Any feedback would be great!

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    Here's a study i did of a picture of google, detail-nightmare.

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    Another piece for my portfolio.

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    Last edited by Lazy; December 14th, 2007 at 07:01 AM.
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    New one, kind of gritty.

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    Any feedback would be great.

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    New piece here, unsure if i should put it on my website.

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    That study is really nice.

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    Back to studying and learning again!
    Here's a study from a scene in Death Proof.

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    Cepro : Thanks man!

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    Going on a vacation!

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    Been away for a while now. But i'm back.

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    A different take on the fantastic Tri-cycle drivers in The Philippines

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