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    I really love the painting, the strong overwhelming background tone


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    Wow man, this SB is incredible!! I like very much how you do the faces of your characters and how you apply the lights and shadows to them. Your assasin lady kicks ass, she is a serious competitor for Tomb Raider, .

    Dont have any crits really, just keep em coming!
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    Pure eye candy! Awesome work.
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    “I think you do what you’re destined to do, if you follow your heart and you follow your path, then you’ll always be safe with anything that you do, including art.”
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    Thanks everyone for the nice comments. The painter experiment was really fun, I'm going to try some more painter when I have time.

    DaveyJJ: Hey thanks for pointing that brush. Not sure I would have found it

    Skureal: She can't talk, but she does laugh a whole lot.

    I actually got a small character design job for the next month, so there won't be a lot of posts. But when it's done I'll post the work!

    Just so this thread isn't dead, here's some random heads from my page of hundreds of heads. These are all done in the last 6 months or so. (I have this one file I keep adding heads too, till it's one day gonna crash from being too big.)

    More stuff - Dec 06
    Last edited by Artguy; February 2nd, 2010 at 12:11 AM.

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    haha,very cool.
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    Always think about:
    lighting! design! perspective! proportion!
    And (self)motivation is still everything.

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    ooo.. love the headss!! i so want to do stuff like this *opens his box of crayons and colors*. hehe

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    What sorta reference are you using for these heads?
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    What is the right thing to do?

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    oh yeah!! i love your birdie made in painter.... is it yours??

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    That head exercise is badass! Love the variety of styles, techniques and personalities! I dont think I'd be able to get as much variety with just headshots.
    Have you checked out Marko's pages of a hundred heads? This reminded me of those.
    Nikola Odic
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    you got them purty lips, boy

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    Those heads are seriously inspiring...doing one a day is a great way to keep the drawing consistent when you dont have much time! I gotta start that now. I like the simple blocked in lighting you added...what ref. do you use for those faces? Nice expressions!!

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    Armando: The reference is all varied. Some are out of my head, some are from life. Some are from photos. The top left was me seeing Macaulay Culkin on TV and wondering what he might look like if he grew up into a Bad Ass. The second one was scribbled on a Post-It at work, it's a fellow employee. The evil general guy was off some old WW2 photo. 2nd from the bottom right was my niece sitting still for me. The tiny boy was some kid who was screaming in our office. The clean cut guy in color is from a photo of a celebrity, whose game we are making at Activision.

    SirGreenSock: Yeah I seen that, his are a lot nicer. I sort of started doing these heads to practice styles and so I'd have a stockpile of heads and faces whenever I need one for a drawing. It's great when you need to just fill in some character in the background of a piece.

    cateaic: I always thought I had like one expression. The serious furrowed brow look. I use that too much.

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    Well I am stunned...this is great stuff. I hope your experimentation on coloring styles for the comic project goes well and I am looking forward to seeing the results.
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    Those heads are great... very clean and expressive.
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    hey man, great sb, i really love the blond girl. i hope that you find the style that you're looking for so's you can start working on this comic already (god, i didn't read some of the last posts, i hope i didn't put my foot in my mouth and you've already found the style and started the book. ah well, chance I'll hafta take).

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    I want to ecourage you to keep going with this. (both the sketchbook and the comic)

    outstanding work!

    two things.

    1. your girls with short hair are smokin! (i love short hair chicks)
    2. What will you ever do if your tablet PC breaks or something worse!
    (Im not knocking your choice of mediums here, I was just wondering if you have a plan b just in case, I would hate to not be able to see more of your work)

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