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    Thanks for the step by step Duddlebug.

    All the best and keep them comin'
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    Thanks for the step by step dudd's, it was cool to see your process...

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    I LOVE IT! Painting out of a dark ground. Thanks for the step by step, duddle. Very cool stuff.

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    I like the way you draw animals.

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    nice characters! I really like your monkey and the little girl, she is so cute
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    Very impressive <> Excellent skills and good humor

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    Great imagination and drawing skills!!

    IMO your finished pieces lack that impact your awesome sketches have.

    For example that roman piece (fantastic concept) - the values are really good but to me it looks a little washed out and muddy colour wise.

    Hope this helps.

    Keep drawing...

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    awsome sketchbook dude, I remember seeing your monkey girl? at cgtalk.com before, it was quite a while back for a competition wasn't it? forgot what the challenge. Yeah very nice style! Don't you have more of that little boy and money stuff?? I vaguely recall a vehicle of some sort and stuff.. those were wicked.. Oh and reminds me of gorillaz album cover too..

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    love your work man. great line work.

    post more.
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    Thanks for the interest everyone!

    I've done a few new bits and wanted to post some more existing stuff too, but i'll reply first...

    Yodaah: Cheers! 'Romanes Eunt Domus' is the wrong version... before Brian has to correct it!

    shyamshriram: Thanks... I'm still chuffed i got five stars. Now i've just gotta keep it up...

    Icey, neoknocker: Thankyou!

    strych9ine, chainsawguy: I still consider myself pretty new to digital painting. I've done tons of concept stuff over the last few years, but not many 'illustrations', which i think pose a whole new set of problems. So i'm hoping the practice i get building up my sketchbook will help get it right. So this step-by-step is just the process for this image and i'm constantly changing my process to find methods that suit me. It's fun but can be a bit of a stress at times. Particularly when i'm trying stuff out on 'live' illustrations.

    pushav: cool... i like drawing animals!

    poise: I'm hoping ot get more 'Monkey Girl' stuff done when i've got some other work and personal projects out of the way.

    mentler: Cheers!

    draw: I've gotta agree with what you're saying. I'm looking at my process and muddy colours seem to creep into a few of my recent images. there's a fine line with limited saturation and 'muddy' colours. Thanks for the feedback!

    bumskee: Yup... 'Monkey Girl' was for the 'Machineflesh' challenge. Nearly all the work, except for the final piece, was drawn on the train on the way to work! But it was a great learning experience because it was the first personal stuff i'd done after a couple of years of crazy overtime at Warthog. As i said earlier in this post, more 'Monkey Girl' to come soon-ish...

    camilografix: Thanks... it'll be a pleasure. Here ya go:

    Here's a bunch of more recent stuff, ending with a picture i did today of POshspice.

    First off, here's the original sketches i did for the UK vs. Washington TD. I quit this idea and did the fat gladiator on the phone, but i may pick it up again sopmetime. It was going to be a whole load of 'combatants' waiting in the tunnel to head into a galdiatorial arena. It was even gonna include a couple of nuns with AK47's!

    d*U*d*d*L*e*B*u*G's    DOOdLebOOk

    d*U*d*d*L*e*B*u*G's    DOOdLebOOk

    d*U*d*d*L*e*B*u*G's    DOOdLebOOk

    Here's a quick lunchtime piece i did for a 'Draw yourself in a Gorillaz style' thread on the Drawing Board:

    d*U*d*d*L*e*B*u*G's    DOOdLebOOk

    d*U*d*d*L*e*B*u*G's    DOOdLebOOk

    And a bunch of ideas and development sketches i've done in the last few weeks for the 'Spectaular' challenge on CGtalk. Most of this is quick stuff done in the hour before i start work in the morning or at lunchtime in the office:

    d*U*d*d*L*e*B*u*G's    DOOdLebOOk

    d*U*d*d*L*e*B*u*G's    DOOdLebOOk

    d*U*d*d*L*e*B*u*G's    DOOdLebOOk

    d*U*d*d*L*e*B*u*G's    DOOdLebOOk

    d*U*d*d*L*e*B*u*G's    DOOdLebOOk

    And last (but not least), here's my portrait of Mr. Aly Fell aka Poshspice. I've challenged Aly to a mini-TD to draw a 'Highwaywoman'. I'm not sure what came over me, but i've done it now so i'll have to 'out-girl' one of my favourite 'girl' painters. He's also a good friend so we'll have some fun goading each other for a while... which was kinda why i produced this. Aly owns a 60s hearse, but i know how he secretly loves little bunnies...

    d*U*d*d*L*e*B*u*G's    DOOdLebOOk

    I've started a picture for this weeks COW (Big underwater thingy) and i've gotta get some 'Highwaywoman' sketches done... so more coming soon...

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    Git... what's my right ear doing? And why've I got a funny thumb... and why've you given me a double chin....? Hmmm... I've a cunning plan brewing....

    You know, the girl sitting on the front of that type 35 Bugatti type car is looovely...

    Have I told you before that I think you are a very talented geezer? Well I'm not going to now either..... you talented geezer

    Edit... the bunnies are very cute... They make me think of Benny, the rabbit I had as a little prince-of-darkness. Benny ran away... Dad said he was playing with the grey rabbits in the fields far away; and happilly making new little bunnies. But I knew he was really dead, probably crushed beneath the wheels of a traction engine or a Lambretta. This was my first experience of death... Aaah, happy memories...
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    Just wanna say that I've never been thru before but I've really, really enjoyed your thread. I can't wait for more!

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    nioce! you posess the skills of an art ninja. i really enjoyed those there drawing a lot. tons of fun to look at. no crits, just ass pats here.

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    your style is amazing. and wonderful.

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    haha very amusing
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