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    hot damn. yet another sketchbook i have to follow your lose pencils are stellar

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    Magic Man: yeah got to work on doing my caracters more life like,
    Im happy to read Im doing it some how rigth, THANKS for the props bro

    That fat kid: hye Im glad I inspire ya, I really means the world to
    me read I passed on some of the inspiration I get form the site
    every day, thanks for this your comment made my xmas morning

    Hanuka: Hi there thanks for the props, Im glad you are likeing
    my drawing style, its still far fom looking good but its getting there

    Drawing on Xmas dinner, it suppposed to be my uncle Roberto,
    its now one hundred percent accurate because he was moving alot
    but it was a lot of fun, see ya later!!



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    That's true, just one render at the time. Man I wish I could render more stuff at once
    You got to make me some lasagna when you come to sweden and visit. Are you a good chef?

    hugs!

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    Great stuff as always, man! Your uncle looks a bit like you Diggin the girlhead above too - sweet!
    Meery x-mas, dude!

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    Pencilator: he he sure Im a decent chef (or at least I think I am he he)
    Ill be happoy to cook at you place mate, as long as we have enought beers
    to keep me going and yeah keep the stuff slow, and it will evolve
    nicely, one tecnique at a time, no need to rush stuff up

    Fellah: DUUUUUDEE!! yeah it must be the beard he he, im glad you liked
    the females, I need to do more of them, because they are freaking
    hard hence they are very good practice!!! Keep on rocking!!

    Some Black and White desing and color roughts for a caracter
    for the mood Im working on, it still needs a lot of loving but
    I think its looking fairly good







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    Cool stuff, maxetormer!

    Especially the pic with the cathedral rocks. I think that following Coro´s advice shows in your work.

    Never stop drawing!

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    maxetormer this is excellent!
    glad to see you sketching this much, the last one looks very nice already, dig the colors

    see you!

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    johnny78: he he yeah El Coro´s adivise is pure gold, lest hope that by the
    end of the next year I can ink some stuff half as good as him
    and hell yeah! Im gonna keep drawing till the end of times damet!!

    Miau: Im glad you are diging the color, it not working yet but I i still
    have time to fix it, thanks for the props man!! keep on rocking!!

    Some update on the color for the guy, its too orange and the bronce
    material is not working, so still a long way to go, see ya later



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    Yup! Last one is definately looking good already! Can't wait to see the final outcome on it! Sketches are looking good as well! Keep rockin' cabron!

    Oh... and let me know if you're going to sweden, I'll come over as well

    peace

    d-C

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    luis, i hope you had a great christmas and i wish you the best new years eve !!

    awesome update !! very sweet renderings ! you made me go and draw ! *tries to find the pencils*

    cheers man and keep on rocking !!


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    dCepT: U bet Im gonna mail you if I ever go to sweden mate!!!
    I will steal the beer out of your refrigerator and crash on your house
    muah ha ha ha not that Im gonna be doing any kinda of trips
    on the near future, but I would glady go visit you, I still have the
    memories of the cool chats we had

    hurricane: Sup you funky drawing sweden machine!!!
    may you have the coolest new year ever as well,
    now you made me go draw by saying that I made you draw,
    life is a funy thing I will keep on rocking, ill be seeing ya
    around bro!!

    Ok some inking pratice for the morning, ref was used,
    (I altered the boy a bit for fun) next step is a nice color wash,
    let see how this coloring sketch with acohol based inks,
    ala EL Coro goes, see ya later you guys!!



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    Very nice stuff, as usual.
    Happy new year.

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    All of your faces and figures are looking great and are filled with life and expression. Just what i like to see. Your Uncle Roberto came out great. I don't know what he looks like but, I think that the sketch is a success in that it captured a personality. I like it.

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    Great advise from and amazing artist <> back at you dude have a great Holiday and may next year by good to you

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    Profil: DUUUUUUUDDDDDDDDEEEE!!!! I hope you are having fun this
    hollidays man, keep drawing till you hads come off and your eyes dry out!!
    never stop, you doing some cool progress man, thanks for droping by,
    man I miss Prague so dam much man!! thanks for the kind words!
    happy new year!

    madplanet:You have now idea how happy you coment made me,
    Im working on my expresions and Im very glad to hear you read emotions
    in my caracters, thanks so much for the ecouragment!!
    Happy new year!!

    mentler: MASTER MENTLER!!! how is it going man, thanks for stoping by
    things have been crazy on my house, with all the holliday things and
    the remoding of the house, (I cant wait for next year dosis of skeching!!!
    its goona be GREAT!! see ya! and happy new year to you too!!!

    That fat kid: Hi there man!!!! well I hope I you dont end to disapointed
    It was fun and in that the excersise was succefull, I think it looks better in real
    life, oh well, Ill fix the shortcoming of this one on the next one
    Have new year mate!! have a good new year of drawing!

    Ok here it is my very first coloring experiment using alcohol inks with prisma colors
    and acrilics using Coros tutorial, it was a real blast I use wood inks (cause
    those were the only kind I could find :p ) but I kinda liked the result so
    I will do more of this and more mixed media experiment of all kind,
    beeing messi with paints is fuuunnn!!



    some portrait practice left form refs rigth from my head



    This started as an overpaint on a sketch of seth1 but after he gave me
    the original ref he used I got caugth up and this is the result I tryed
    to interpreate the foto instead of coping it, it was dam fun



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    Nice update mate that outdoor studies and other life studies are awesome man...i have to do the same too...that kid lookin nice..
    btw alcohol inks? man...never heard before...LOL have to check...

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    Ohhh the kid is nice! Also love the quick studies of faces and expressions! Lovely Sktechbook. Keepin my eyes on this one

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    Good stuff. That coro-style drawing turned out really nice. Those inks make for some interesting tonal shifts. Well done. I'm familiar with the technique, but I'm not familiar with wood inks. Where do you get them? Are they cheaper than Prismacolor ($9 for 40ml)? hmm. so many questions...

    Anyway, the sketchbook's looking great. Showing some improvement, especially with faces. well done, and keep it up.

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    really nice colors again
    hope you keep posting its always cool watching.
    -> back drawing

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    The colorpiece there with inks and acrylics is HELLA NICE! Damn, bro! I'm looking forward to seeing your sketchbook live again.. whenever that happens...but I'm still looking forward to it

    Have a mad cool 2006!!

    d-C

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    Wow. That jump from an ink drawing to color is amazing. It's always great to see all those differences that color can bring to a piece. And I'm a sucker for oranges and ochres. So, do you use a very thin wash of acrylics and inks and then go over it with the colored pencils? I have experimented with something like this in the past, but with no real great success. I guess, i just need to do some more; I like the effect. Well, have a great New Year.

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    good jow, good thread, ! good year for you ,hope you continue to draw like that in 2006

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    Outstanding new works <> will crit at SoFA <> life is to short to be on page 2 BTW I think I am your uncle Roberto <> dude looks a lot my sPs

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    shyamshriram: hi there mate! Thanks for the props, Im glad you liked
    the last kid stidy, doing outdoors stuff is real fun, you should
    dfenity try out doing some f them for sure, about the wood inks
    they are real easy to find I read Coros Tut and he said to use
    alcohol based inks, this were the only kind I could find, the idea
    is that this type of inks do less damage to the paper as oppossed
    while using acrilics or watercolors plus they dry super fast so you get
    results in a very short time, give it a try is really fun check out this link:

    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=566

    fooxoo: Thanks for the vote of confidence, Im happy to have you around

    auden100: Hye man thanks for the ecouragment, well prisma color inks
    dont get to my city but you can buy wood inks for about 2 dollars per
    250 mililiters of it, (18 pesos or so) so its a good deal for me

    Miau: DUUDDE thanks for droping by Im glad to have you around again!!
    Ill keep posting, as much as I can

    dCepT: Cabron!! I will try my best to do better this year for sure,
    Im looking forward seening your as well, dunno when this will be possible
    but I cant wait your doing some really cool improvemtns,
    you to have the coolest of all years man!!

    madplanet: Oh I just used Coros well proved recepy like you said a
    wsh of alcohol inks then the prisma colors and at last some
    acrilylics to puch the lights here and there, just keep at it it works
    you just need to get the hang for the tecnique.
    Best of lucks man!!

    Shylone_Breath: he he thanks lets hope for that

    mentler: Thanks for the ecouragment and hell yeah my uncle does looks
    like you ( master uncle mentler he he) thanks for the kick on on the arse
    will kick in on thrid gear of speed, I cant allow life to win this race 8)

    Pk so some inks study for an oils landscape ill do soon and
    some people on the streets mixed with some faces form my head





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    Cool stuff man...thanx for inspiration
    thanx for the info about the ink..btw im not able to see the link...

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    Hell yeah! keep on kicking the work out.... Good updates bro...

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    the ink looks great. You really captured the perspective well in that street scene.

    nick

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    Hey man, this crap looks great!!! It seems you have a very good grasp on dynamic poses. Like your colors too, especially the angel. You must have been drawing for a while. How old are ya these days? Well, looks like you've got yourself another follower.

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    wonderfull updates !!

    love the inks !

    cheers my friend


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    <><><> Housecall <><><>

    Start At The Top And Work Down <> Keep working with the inks assume you are not doing pencils first <> I work a great deal with inks, and always work direct <> it makes me very aware of that there are no mistakes just opportunities <> sometimes when things do not look the way you want you look at them a different way.

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