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    Henchman 21: why thank you. I'm sure I'm not all that though. still I am tenacious and trying hard every day.

    Hybrid_75: something else.

    inverse catheter: cheers! great fun making these. Just need to find the time to work some up into realisations of wierdness in my usual fashion. I'm a bit burned out from a hard fortnight of semi-crunch so I might take break tonight and have a try tomorrow.

    thanks for the kind words! I shall post some more things as the weekend progresses.


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    new doodle, 1st thumbnail from the shapes page I did -

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    Great work you have a unique style i can always spot your pics straight away in the DSG,s. Love those sea critters.

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    why thank you mitze. yours are prettu swishy too!

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    half hour zbrush doodle - i made a new base model (very low res)

    this one has the usual proportion issues, but I guess more practise will help with that.

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    I really must learn how you get such nice hard edges on your forms, I have trouble with that...perhaps it has something to do with me sucking at the values knowledge heh.

    Some crazy critter designs being fleshed out which are awesome!
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    iolarnula: i dunno if im all that good at it (more often its happenng on its own rather than with anygrand plan of mine) but I just think of sculpting with the light/dark. I work with 3d a lot at work so maybe some useful stuff has rubbed off - dunno.

    I am lazy at thinking beyond the basic lighting though, no fancy setups, and not a lot of bounced light/realism in that way. Another thing to add to my list of things to work on.

    cheers for the comments

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    hi - I just wanted to say I really like you creature doodles.
    They actually freak me out! And that's a good thing. I don't think I've seen creature designs that actually creep me out like that before - Good stuff!
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    i hope they don't give you nightmares! they are a bit wierd though, but I guess thats the way my brain works, so who am I to argue ;-)

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    i have to agree your creatures are wierd as hell, but for some reason i love em'.....i dont know where you come up with them, but keep doing it!!
    Draw until your hand hurts and then draw some more!!!!

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    I might do some more vanilla monsters too, just to balance things out - all these wierd ones are doing things to my brain I am sure.

    thanks for the compliiment anyway.

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    havent done any characters for ages, so im gonna try to do any charcter DSGs for the next few months.

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    Then, there will be more character topics appearing, sir.

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    Perspective looks a little crazy on the first ship illustration (or that could be something to do with its hyperspace location heh?) but otherwise nice DSGs, I should get back into those.

    The latest bounty hunter there looks great, a bit of a departure from your usual palette and style somewhat? Sweeeeet
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    Unique creature designs! I especially like the top illustration!

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    william b. hand - heh heh thanks, it will help me I am sure. I hit 30 the other day and I have renewed vigour in improving myself over the next 5 years! I wanna get good before it's too late!

    iolarnula - yeah its googly perspective (wide-angle) but I would imagine it is accurate-ish as it's a paintover of a 3d block though - super-fast style. thanks for the comments!

    sanxavier - cheers!

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    catchup dump

    feeling re-invigorated after 30th birthday. its a new decade for me and it will be a positive one, I am determined! a dsg and doodlebug - palettes spookily similar - oh well. I'll watch for that next time.

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    1/2 hour bedtime doodles

    want to do some more landscapey things as well as characters

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    good stuff man!
    im seeing a lot of improvement in each consecutive image
    keep up the pace
    i like the 3d base meshes but try to integrate them with some characters and with the scene better
    sketchbook

    looking for work! pm me

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    cheers for the comments roidvoid - I shall try my best! Time is a precious commodity at the current juncture but I shall bear your points in mind.

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    dsg
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    was a fun one that, un-dynamic though, someone said - a fair point.

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    You've got some great color palettes goin' on. Do you pull them out of references or just lay it down as you feel?
    Please PM me if you'd like an individual crit.

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    Oh man, you got some nice shapes there. I love those black shape thumb pages you do, they must help you with those cool looking critters. Later

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    @prepsage - just paint it how I like really, no particular plan for them usually. I need to do more studies from ref though.

    @brentos - cheers!

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    parp! dsg dump

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    did some manual sketching the other day- i might scan it one day this week if I do some more.

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