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March 22nd, 2006 #1
Sketchlings Sketchbook : hopefully updated more often in 2010!
2009 was a year of major growth for me and now I am getting more inspired than ever. Its going to be a good year!
I try to update this sketchbook as much as possible, but most of the stuff I do is on my blog, http://www.sketchling.com
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(The steps can be found here: http://www.sketchling.com/artwork/20...arry_steps.jpg)
A sketch I did at work when I was bored:
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Yeah... iv been busy this year!!! some more:
Inspired by the tate britains images:
A study of a photo i took in the pantheon in rome :
A sketch I did... trying to get back into faces. This used a samuri film as ref.
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Far out - this is the kind of stuff other people post into finally finished. Maddest of props!
The vatican study is amazing. You have a very compelling control over high range luminosity, particularly exemplified by the blooming happening over the ball in the vatican pic (that ball isn't real is it? looks like the kind of thing you'd seen in a serious sam tech demo), the pantheon study, the tate pic and beautiful illumination of the fengesque architecture pic.
March 22nd, 2006 #10
Dude sweet works here. I really like what u can do in PS (i am not able to do that). Cheers, and i wait for the updates.
Check put my schetchbook if you please
March 22nd, 2006 #11
WOW<> your painting skills have leveled up dramatically.. great works all around...
Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd
March 22nd, 2006 #12
dude, love your stuff, youve gotta update this thing.
Do you stick with photoshop most of the time or give painter or artrage a whirl occasionally?
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it's all good, but that monastery in the snow is sublime. Don't let this book die, y'hear?!
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lets see you update once a month and that'l be great *grin*
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holy crap, these are freakin amazing. that mountain landscape is unreal. you talented bastard!!!!!!
March 23rd, 2006 #20
Awesome shit! I like the pantheon study a lot!
Keep us updated!
March 23rd, 2006 #21
Thanks for the comments guys Iv been on a sketchbook crazy fest recently... here are the contents thereof. All since beginnin of feb:
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hmmm... guess iv got a bit of a backlog going here... here is some of the stuff on my tablet pc... all of these have been done whilst sitting in nandos in soho!!!
a painting of some people at the table opposite:
Some 'dryft' concepts Koshime and I are working on:
March 23rd, 2006 #25
sleeep mate sleep. good upload of stuff!
March 24th, 2006 #26
wonderful stuff man. I too love that monastry in the snow up there ^ your enviro paintings are stunning as usual, but I gotta say i'm really diggin some of the sketchbook pages, nice gesturey work, cool stuff all round!
March 24th, 2006 #27
Wow Sketchling - proper hand drawn sketchbook stuff here - didn't know you could draw hehe keep it goin......great stuff.
March 24th, 2006 #28
omg... no words here...
this is just amazing! i wish i had your PS skills...
i'll def keep checking out this thread!
"Tears will drown in the wake of delight"
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(those are actually digital markers - i.e done in photoshop hheheh)