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    Sketchbook - Pencil, Pixel and Vertex

    As much fun as sketchity action is - it's painful squeezing a big fat book onto a little bitty scanner...

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    More freshness and something from my oldest book







    Yikes!

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    Beautyfull sketches, very funny and expressives. I like the way you suggest shapes and values with a few pen strokes. Bravo ! "MORE !" is the only thing that I can told you.
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    Thanks J. Here's some brushpen doodles...





    And pencil action...



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    Head studies - I like to do them while watching vids, but they might be a little boring...









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    that's pretty awsome penicl rendering you got right there.
    You work as a freelancing concept artist?

    Show us some more!

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    man, those sketches are great! keep them up, i want to see more!!!!! :o

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    Very nice sketches. Your style kind of reminds me of Ignacio Noe, a kickass illustrator. Love the feature enhancements on the faces. Cartoony but still realistic.

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    Superb ! Very good render on the faces, the animals... WOW ! More ! More !
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    Very nice sketches. Your style kind of reminds me of Ignacio Noe, a kickass illustrator. Love the feature enhancements on the faces. Cartoony but still realistic.

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    Very nice sketches. Your style kind of reminds me of Ignacio Noe, a kickass illustrator. Love the feature enhancements on the faces. Cartoony but still realistic.

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    Thanks guys!

    Tigermilk - I am designing toys right now, after having been making video games for a crazy long time.

    Here is an "Ogre Lord" sketch with a few face studies...







    And a couple of more pages from the big one - stoopid mini scanner!





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    Wow ! The last one is soOo cute ! I wanna see them in 3d ! Great stuff, here ! More ! (as always !).

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    Hee! I like your style, there's something cute and creepy about it all at the same time, lol.

    My favorite so far is this little goat guy. --> http://artotter.com/Sketches/Loose_012.jpg

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    thenk you, Silentkitty - I get that a lot... "cute and creepy" and not always referring to my drawings...



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    Nice to see how all your drawins curve and the hatching flows with it. For some Nice batch of people and monster in that last post. *would like to see some more drawings of the woman in the middle*

    Drawin is serious business.
    Sketchbook?! How do you mean?!
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    Aeontek - thanks... this drawing stuff is hard!

    Alday - some more pics coming up

    Orozc0 - thanks for the compliment - Noe's work is sweet





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    Post more!!!

    These are great!!

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    These sketches are really cool! Very nice stuff, dude!

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    hey, schneider. your stuff is really awesome. i dunno, i thought maybe no one ever told you. so much that one could learn from studying your drawings... well, keep it up dude. what t...i forgot what i was gonna say. great.

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    awsome stuff, love the noses you make!

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    hey man, your stuff is really neat. it looks like you are using a rubibng stump or sum sort of blending tool, i'd try to stay away form that because it is making your shading look a little muddy. but other that that your stuff is looking very nice. keep it up.

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    haha I love this stuff dood !
    great stuff

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    Purb - thank you!
    White Monkey - thank you so much, I hope you are liking those paper scans.
    Mitch - ah yes, the stump question... sadly that is just the side of my grubby little hand, it isn't intentional.
    Eriboss - thank you!

    Some more:





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    And some bitey aminals! Well, yawning. I really love that yawning animal website, but it makes me tired to study them.





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    And more biteys and some heads - I am in a rut I guess...





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