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    Chupacabra's Sketchbook: By-By, CA

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    Hi folks,

    I found some old drawings from the student days, so i thought i'll share it with You.
    Hope You like it,
    Khan

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    and this is an oil painting, done in '99. Size: 77x86cm.

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    Nice stuff, got anything newer?

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    I really like the first drawing you posted,really nice.

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    Post some new stuff! I like to see someones ability that is !NOW! and not in the past as you could have improved tons more by now. Good stuff even though its from the past.

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    Solid work, last one is insanely gorgeous.
    I pitch in with the choir, anything newer?
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    Hi guys,

    here some newer sketches & co:

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    Chupacabra's Sketchbook: By-By, CA

    Now there's more to come but i think it's enough for the moment.

    Feedback is most welcome,

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    I dunno about your enviroments (lack in atmosphere maybe), but your character designs are strong, especially the cyber guy with the cain.

    I did a project at college this year, only a small one, that was about primates. What I was doing was just sketching from photos, good excercise to get familiar with the animal kingdom. Hard to do colour studies of them because they lack in colours really (apes), so i think the images here are done really well.

    If you didnt use photo reference as a basic guideline then you should, it really helps, helps me anyway.

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    I think the environments are awesome, actually there's alot of atmosphere in them I think.

    the first two drawings are really great too.

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    Sketches

    And here some more:

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    Mountain Giant

    One of my favourites:

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    Halo Comic Sketches

    Some studies for the Halo comic:

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    diverse

    diverse sketches:

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    I wonder who inspired who, the Halo Artists, or the Artists for Blade 2.

    As for the enviroments, I guess I just like things more solid and vibrant. Maybe just a personal tase where we clash

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    Hi Fl3wk,

    What do you mean with inspiration, i didn't really understand it? Sorry, i'm just not so advanced english-speaking person.. I don't get the connection between Halo and Blade...
    Nevertheless, i'm a very sick fan of Halo and had this revolutionary idea: "HALO, THE COMIC"! Being so proud of myself for having such an incredible concept, i found that comic has already being done by some of the greatest masters like Moebius & Co
    So now i'm pissed. First of all: someone already did it, and secondly: someone much better then me did it.
    Sh*t.
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    Well just in case your dont know:

    Blade 2 is a film where an African/American vampire can walk in the day. He tries to protect humans from vampires. Well, on Blade 2 his foes are...zombie like, they are like an advanced vampire race that were created by the current vampires. Well these advanced vampires look 'a lot' like this dude you are showing, just in the mouth region though.

    Crappy short description, but busy doing studies ^^

    i like the last one, its a very 'clean' study.

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    LOL, the best film description EVER!
    And, thanks for the compliment.

    Cheers,

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    I really like what you've got going on in "Cruiser" and "Scout". The sort of monotone color and the extreme shadowed foreground element. Very effective. Excuse me if I copy that idea in some future sketch!

    Great stuff all over! Give us more!

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    Male Characters

    Here some random characters:

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    Cheers
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    Chupacabra's Sketchbook: By-By, CA

    Cheers,

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    these are good, i like the mood of scout.jpg

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    15 min sketch

    done in about 15 minutes:

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    And this one took me about 25 min.:

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    dude!! awesome stuff!!!! i like the enviros alot, and your warriors are really cool too... keep posting.
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    Wonderful. Your older work is ridiculous and amazing. And I like where your newer work is going. Your characters are really impressive, I'm really intrigued by the boxer-face one. I like the way you obscure things with shadow, very nice.

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    Thanks folks, i'm practicing a lot these days...
    Best regards,

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    that 15 min quickie is awesome, but i really like the older work you posted a while back. picture you posted in no. 2 post, looks a lot like the work of conor harrington, although i think yours may well predate his. check him out, ya might like some of it. http://www.conorharrington.com/. anyway, was the first thing i noticed. solid stuff.

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    Your technical ability is very impressive. I love the work so far. Would love to see more

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