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    RottenDegenerate's internal organs

    I finally decided to show some of my drawings

    I have to say it was hard starting my own sketchbook thread cause I cant believe the amount of talent people have here...

    I also cant wait for the Workshop which I m waiting for my confirmation

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    I ll update some more when I'll scan other things

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    Hey there! nice start to a sketch book dude! those face studies are looking good, although some seem a bit off.

    nice zombie guy there too! cowboy..thing. : P my favorite is the glass of icewater, did a great job with that..very realistic, makes me thirsty. good stuff, post more mon!

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    Very nice facial studies. I really should be doing something like that meself.

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    Halos Chain : yeah, the more I look at them, the more I discover my mistakes which is a good thing =)

    Jakian: thanks

    here s an update
    a bit more concepts in it

    I m finishing my degree in Industrial Design so there will be a lot of concept for products and other industrial things

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    90 mins to model in 3d max
    So I was thinking of the daily things that gets out of control in there
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    Ah,

    Nice stuff by the way, your ID renderings look clean. And I'm guessing you met Dan.. (deltron)

    Going to the workshop?

    Take care and thanks for dropping by my thread.

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    Yeah, I didnt want to miss this chance since they are coming to our town

    and yes I met Deltron05, he told me you are also coming to the workshop so I checked your thread

    Thanks for the comments =)

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    I had to work on my industrial design portfolio last week end so that it could be finally ready and I did these concepts

    I know it s not nearly related to concept art but I was happy with the result

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    I finaly had time to try that AMAZING technique El Coro showed us during the workshop... so here's my first attempt

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    this whole workshop inspired me to a level I cant even start to understand myself yet...

    I cant wait to try other things I learned there...

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    feel free to show us the steps to that last piece ; i mean, for the peeps who didnt get to go to montreal but are still all hyper by all the talk from people coming back from it...

    looking good.

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    I dont have the step by step of this particular one but this kind of exercice is so fun to do that I ll make another one pretty soon

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    here s a sketch I did during the workshop

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    and a robot I got inspired to do after seeing the one Steak-Tron

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    Its still a work in progress, the pose is a bit weird I know, if someone could point out other things, I would like the input =)

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    Here's another robot I did today

    these things are fun to do.

    I know the chest part isnt fitting with the rest but I m working on unifying what I'm working on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon.Rain
    Here's another robot I did today

    these things are fun to do.

    I know the chest part isnt fitting with the rest but I m working on unifying what I'm working on...

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    Wow Man real nice clean lines and a pritty solid design. all you have to do is simplafie some of the shapes in the chest.

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    Yeah man, that last one is really happenin. I agree the chest could use some simplifying, and maybe and maybe a bit more dynamic pose would suit him better. The one right before it had a nice "bring it on" pose goin on. Keep this stuff up.

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    i'm liking your mechanical designs a lot. those last two are ace.

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    thanks WaffleHouseNinja

    Andy P - thanks.. I m hardly starting to understand dynamic figure drawing on regular human poses hehehe I m still having a lot of trouble doing the legs so that it really looks like it s standing on the ground

    Zweit - thanks you, those 2 last ones are my most recent things

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    Those are some fantastic robots and guns, I was going to ask if you were considering industrial design but you're already doing it . Great work, keep up the human practice.

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    I remebered a nice picture I saw a while ago and tried from memory to do something similar

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    Iolarnula - I just finished my degree in I.D. I m currently trying to find a job =)

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    you have really good perspective drawing and eye.

    I got my degree in ID and work in videogames

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    Wassup man, nice to hear from you , keep up working and yea u have nice neat reds. You should also pay attention to your eyes when you draw faces....the corner of the eye is aligned with the end of the nostrile .....chek out some anatomy books.Brune Hogard as a reference..laters

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    Nixon - thanks, did you ever work as an industrial designer or you got to do videogames straight after your degree ?

    Deltron05 - I have the Burne Hogarth dynamic figure drawing which I m reading right now, but thanks for pointing this out =) I ll check it out for sure


    As for today's update, I got this really nice book (not even 10$) about some of Thailand's most beautiful resort... amazing book for refferences it s only pictures so it got inspired

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    hey dude interesting stuff... I like to see these studies and such, keep it up!

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    Mr.Blond - Thanks, I m trying as hard as I can on these figure drawing studies =)

    As for today's update, this is my entry for the IDoW

    I might play with the colors cause I find them pretty bland and boring, I m having a hard time making a scene look dynamic and interesting...

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    Creative stuff, good skill in execution. The last one needs a much broader range of values.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stupidity'sUglyHead
    Creative stuff, good skill in execution. The last one needs a much broader range of values.
    That's what I'm gonna try to to do, thanks =)

    As for the update today

    I have retarded bugs and creatures. Also some castle and small buildings but on some, the perspective is a bit off only because I wasnt planing wha I was doing... If you see some MAJOR errors, I ll be glad for you to point them out =)

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    great attention to detail gives it that realism

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    That last mech you did shows so much improvement. Great work, keep it up! Let's see some more life studies! =)

    No offense but I would have never guessed that
    http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b1...sr/zombie1.jpg
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    Were by the same artist in only a month's time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pixeldragoon
    That last mech you did shows so much improvement. Great work, keep it up! Let's see some more life studies! =)

    No offense but I would have never guessed that
    http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b1...sr/zombie1.jpg
    and
    http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b1.../Robot2222.jpg

    Were by the same artist in only a month's time.
    thanks a lot =)

    but that one you reffer to is an older one ( over a year ) but I wish I could get better that fast... hehehe

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    Another dragon, probably not the last one.

    I'm working on these all day and probably the rest of the week.

    His right front paw isnt right, I just noticed after scaning... hehehe

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