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    Looking better.
    The form is getting easier and easier to read.
    Also, something that might help, is thinking about all the planes that bake the subject you're drawing popping out more.
    Planes are really helpful, so don't forget them =)

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    Hi thank lots for viewing my sketchbook. Yours is downright intimidating.... But again thanks for the crit and reference to Loomis. I read that you used bridgman as well.

    I also have a question. I just recently got started drawing and have been using computer print paper to sketch on. It doesn't seem to scan well and that can seriously hurt future crits on my skchbk so would you post the brand of sketchbook your using and scanning onto CA.org.

    Awesome designs, I hope to catch up to you as soon as I can.

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    i'm impressed with wat u're done with the colours/textures in your environment concepts.
    your face anatomy's also very interesting,how u distort some of them
    keep up the good work man,u might very well be making ur way up as a pro concept artist.tried matte painting?been reading alot bout it recently.
    i'm sure u'll be interested

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    I LOVE the guy with the hat companion. Just kinda struck a chord I guess.

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    Dchan - thanks alot dude. I'm really tryin to get my environments looking good, it's good to hear that.

    DanielC - Yes, i tend to forget about planes, very good suggestion thanks.

    NicoRaven - It doesn't say a brand on it. I picked it up at an art store. i do know that it's some kind of marker paper. It's not the really thin marker paper, but it really picks up dark strokes well. I'll do some research and find out what kind of sketchbook is because i love it. I just discovered it recently. Keep checkin back or i'll post it on your SB sooner or later.

    Vincent87 - I've tried matte painting but i don't really like using photos like that. I'll reference stuff from photos but i have never liked the idea of just plopping a photo on a drawing and calling it good. I won't lie, it's tempting, but i don't feel like i'm learning what i need doing matte painting. I do really like a few matte painters though, namely Christian Lorenz Schurer (name sp?) and he's a matte painter of sorts but yeah it isn't for me.

    KatyWillKillYou - Thanks. I'll have to make some time and color that guy up or fix him up or something because a lot of people like that sketch....his hand is jacked up and has been since i posted it. i really need to fix it.

    Here are some more isometric drawings, kinda trying to loosen up with them, these are a little speedier than the other ones. I'm using a little more freehand line than just blocking in value.


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    "I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."
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    Interesting enviroment studies! I must do some of this, I don't draw this type of stuff from 2 or 3 years ago, is time to recommence.
    Keep it up
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    yea,i understand.
    it's more important to 1st learn the basics of color,lighting.....etc.

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    Here's a work in progress...it might remain that way, i dont know. i was just fooling around with brushes, and doing the sort of "pull the image out of the inkblot" trick.

    Artzealot's sketches.

    "I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."
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    sweet envos mate. and the wip got a sweet armor! finish it! *jedi mind tricks*

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    really liked the architectural studies, really good, inspired me to do some of these.
    Keep up the hard work.
    cheers

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    SD huh? I used to live in Northpark ...

    Your enviros are on point. I really enjoy how you put 'em together. Your digital work definitely shines. I especially enjoyed that muscled creature on page 3. It was really nice to see a creature design with a solid background. A rarity.
    I would like to see you get a bit more into the life drawings, mix your strengths with your weaknesses.
    The demon warrior details are really cool. I'll be back to see the progress.
    Nice work brother. Maybe I'll meet you this weekend :.

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    Thanks for coming by!

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    man, your sketches are badass. I love this one: http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1155862816 looks like you've got a good hang on your anatomy, i'm envious of people like u. Anyway, just wanted to give props. keep it up man.
    Hey AZ!
    Thanks kindly!!! Yeah, I've worked pretty hard on my anatomy, but I'm also trying to learn how to do more body types, and break out of the anatomical habits I've built up over the years. >.< . I checked out your sketchbook and you've got some killer Envos going! I need to learn how to do the whole Z-depth thing, environments really kick my butt. Always learning, and always growing though. Gotta keep pushing for that.

    Your sketchbook has really inspired me to do more loose doodling and sketching just for the sake of doodling and sketching whatever may come out, with no real goal in mind.

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    Hay man, been a week since you graced your sketchbooks pages dont neglect it show it that tlc. But whatever, relax, take some time off, live alittle..... that will give me time to tighten the skill gap!

    But really check out the progress....... crits welcome ; drawing requests demanded

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    hehe I see your getting creative with your studies. The turtle one is awsome. Really great way to incoperate a shiny material study with a piece.

    love the enviornments, just wondering though, are they all suposed to have that middle eastern look? If not it might be cool to see a couple that change the buildings' style, just to try out different types of cities and what not.

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    Great recently. Your environments are really coming and I'd like to see you sustain the quality of that last sketch in your finished works.

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    Wakazou - I might have to go in and finish that armor. I learned a cool method for doing armor recently. Might have to apply it to that dude.

    Diego - Thanks alot. Theres more likely a lot more architectural stuff coming.

    Max Xiantu - Thanks, yeah i should incorporate my strengths with my weaknesses more. I'm trying to build up a less character driven portfolio, so i havent been doing a lot of figure stuff. The figure studies will come later, till then, i'm thinkin about enviros, vehicles maybe, and some architecture and when i get free time, a creature or human head here or there.

    TheDarkCloak - Thanks for stoppin by, Yeah it's a nice rest for my brain to just start doodling and see what comes out without any goal in mind beforehand except for putting something on the canvas. Some might call it reckless drawing, but it keeps me interested just seeing what comes out. if u know what i mean.

    NicoRaven - Yeah, i was on winter break. i'm back now though, brain was melted by insomnia, mainly android jones' fault. But yeah, i probably wont be neglecting this much more.

    Wake101 - Yeah, they are actually supposed to all have a middle eastern style, they're all for a school project, i'm trying to get my head around that middle eastern, indian style of architecture.

    Listing - I know what you mean about keeping the quality of the sketch in the finished works. I think the only way to achieve that for me is to just keep putting in hours on the ol' wacom tablet.

    So, i'm back. Been on vacation for the last week and a half, comin back with some thumbnails to give myself some inspiration. I'll probably render a few out over the course of the next few days.

    Vehicle thumbnails:
    Artzealot's sketches.



    "Pretty much whatever you can see in them" thumbnails:
    Artzealot's sketches.
    Artzealot's sketches.
    Artzealot's sketches.
    Artzealot's sketches.

    "I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."
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    I take it you really enjoyed Mr. Jones' demo. Good stuff.
    Have you ever messed with ZBrush?

    I'm hoping you develop some of these further :.

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    HAHA! bustin out the knowledge passed down from the greats! i want to see the renders. post'em as soon as you get em.

    my sketchbook http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...light=crazyace

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    looking good !

    i like this whole page!

    makes me wanna make a game
    cheers and thanks for sharing!


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    Max Xiantu - I loved android's demo. This thumbnailing technique i have a feeling is going to change how i create stuff, in many amazing ways. I've worked a little with z-brush before. I have had it on my computer for about a year, just collecting dust, but android definately taught me some new, cool, ways to use it.

    Crazyace31 - Yeah, i couldn't wait to try out the technique. There will be more thumbnails rendered out, the one in this post came from one of the previous thumbnails.
    P.S - you left your avaitor sunglasses in the corolla.

    Hurricane - thanks for stoppin by and thanks for the compliments


    Probably another post coming later tonight. I'm feelin creative today. Here's one of those thumbnails rendered out:

    A floating junker vehicle:
    Artzealot's sketches.

    And...the thumbnail that it hatched from:

    Artzealot's sketches.

    "I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."
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    love all the isometric enviro's alot man ... nice work !

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    I understand I really dont how did you "hatch a vehicle" from those those scribbles all I saw were doodles random "looking" blos of ink. How? Is that what they teach at Insomnia? If so woahhhh!1!

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    Razorb - thanks alot, there is more on the way.

    Nicoraven - You definately should have gone to insomnia

    Here's somethin i did at the coffee shop today, playing around with different textures.


    Artzealot's sketches.

    "I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."
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    Good stuff man. Great experiments. Your enviros are really coming along. It's good how you put the grids in at the start. The vehicle thumbs are sweet!

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    j a k e - thanks for stoppin by. Yeah i'll have to render one of them vehicles out. I'm currently brushin up on my perspective when i'm done with that in a few days i'll probably render one of those vehicles out.

    Here's a quick brain fizzle that i got out of a thumbnail; it was a pretty speedy one:


    Artzealot's sketches.

    "I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."
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    Mole Rat Monarch is excellent. Replaces Ferry Hunter for 1st place.

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    momofzealot - Thanks mother. I like him too.

    Heres another page just sketching around, trying to get a feel for painter.

    Artzealot's sketches.

    "I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."
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    Very cool stuff. I like the way you are working out the enviros and the shapes of your buildings.

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    Leaps and bounds man, leaps and bounds. Scribbly vehicles are strangely alluring :p

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    Lovin your environments, but it seems you still need work on yuor characters and portraits, I'm not claiming to be a master, far from it, I have many of the same problems. Love to see more, so keep posting. Great work so far.

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