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January 19th, 2006 #1
My name is Pieter Rubberecht, I live in Belgium and I graduated as an animator in 2006 @ Sint Lukas Brussels.
Welcome to my CA sketchbook. CA is to an artist what a goldtreasure is to a buccaneer! Every day is a feast. Inpsirations by hundreds! Now when you only look at things you won't improve yourself, so here I go. My own sketchbook to boost up my skills (which imo they need to be)! You can also check my portfolio @ http://www.piru.be
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January 23rd, 2006 #4
yeah, the faces! In the lessons we have, the big focuspoint is form; i trie to focus on the faces too sometimes though, the big problem for me is the 5 minute poses... hmm let me see if i have any nude faces
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January 25th, 2006 #6
I'm finishing my student career at St.Lukes Brussels as an animator. This year I'm developping a "film noir" short story of witch these are some designs:
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January 26th, 2006 #8
Hey cool desings and colors I just think that you could study anatomy to help you develop more convicinty forms not too cartoonist as it looks like... so just one opnion... keep posting
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January 26th, 2006 #9Registered User
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You have a nice sketchy style there Durin. I really like your "I love the smell of hardware in the morning" sketch. I'm an artist and part-time techie. Keep em comin dude.
January 27th, 2006 #10
ledd: Yeah, I am aware of some awkwardness of forms in some of the designs, I am trying to "train" as much as possible on the anatomy though
gmags: thx man!
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January 30th, 2006 #15
Nice use of humour, and very stylistic!
January 30th, 2006 #16
this portrait is particularly nice... Not what i would have expected, but i like to be surprised! I like how your work can straddle the line between realism and then can take a really fun turn towards a very illustration type of inking. Really impressive work in here piru, keep the momentum going!
January 31st, 2006 #17
guggenmaneuver: thank you! I'm trying to widen my methodlology and techniques..
another model sheet for my upcoming shortfilm
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February 4th, 2006 #22
This is another portrait; this time it's my grandfathers (he turned 91 the 11th of januari!)! Training on the wacom; trying to upgrade my paintingskills. Once again I had a foto ref. (No tracing)
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February 16th, 2006 #26Registered User
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OMG that's really good.
Nice to see that Belgium has good talents. Keep it up
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Beautiful portrait of your grandfather. You have great understanding of color and value
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