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    been reading d matessi book
    chomp chomp it was tasty
    one of those you read and read
    and practice

    heres some of my tries with the theory
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    got some bugspray
    and headed for some sketching
    at the zoo, lots of pressure since
    artkitty is pretty good at this T__T
    but i tried my best . . .
    we had a lot of fun and sunburn on our necks

    even the animals that walk in circles like
    tigers and bears are the hardest for me
    so many muscles and bumps, i think birds
    are the easiest . . . .

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    same ol sketchs

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    man i looove this car
    heres a small tribute to the fastes street car on earth !

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    this is the best tool for studying light
    for artists right now . . . in my opinion

    never seen something like this before
    and is truly otstanding so many possibilities
    for studying light on skin tones , please try it
    is so cooool !!!

    http://www.debevec.org/FaceDemo/

    and a nonref sketch
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    ive been doing some swatches color
    updates lately so im trying
    and making lot of effort to try come up
    with colors on my own so this is an exercise
    on that, having shadows in blue since
    reflective light from sky and light mass on
    its way to yellows some greenish transitions
    here and there also trying to see as mosaics
    of value and color ... constraining myself
    and not over render

    is really hard to draw on wacom tablet as pencil
    if i make too much constuction its going to get
    lost when i paint over it so damn is really hard
    to start with just color blobs and build form

    also i tought my edges are really hard on the silhouette
    it would had been nicer to have some soft transitions
    on character touching background . . .oh well

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    thanks for the support guys
    you guys inspire me to go on !! best of lucks

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    lunchsketch
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    more sketches
    going for a beach scene . .
    is kinda lame since i wanna do
    a color study but i end up doing a . .machine
    and a human and environment . . so everything
    ends at a mediocre level , ,bad render,, bad design etc etc

    but
    now i remember . . starting with color blobs
    and see how the main values relate . . but color blobs
    are not so cool T__T so i always end up doing what i just said

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    lunch sketch

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    mo alvin related lunches
    is tooo saturated
    and flat . . greens and red are
    close in range one of them should had been
    darker to have a 1 2 3
    lighter sky mid object third a dark ground
    maybe inverse object darker and top ground plane lighter overall
    oh well

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    some distance atmosphere color exercise

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    trying to rest from the monitor
    so heres some ref cloths meanwhile
    watching some daily show hehehe
    and some non refs doodles

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    studying more color stuff
    so heres a quick sketch
    on ultraman !!!

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    mo on the same
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    same but different design approach

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    some of the new pox nora work
    posted on the final finished forum

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    a quickie . . . returning
    to my hard brush
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    another approach
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    ok this time made less linework
    making mass light and mass shadow
    to describe the design, is confusing
    since theres no perspective lines

    also working in letter size at 72 dpi
    is not good for making this thing . . why?
    well brush can only go small at a certain point
    and looks bad i think so putting detail at a not
    so small size makes the scale wrong . .
    i mean being able to do small details might help
    sense of scale , having big details might
    in my case make things look like toys . .oh well

    ill keep trying and working hard

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    doing stuff on the fly is fun
    but is sure not exact, just
    eyeballed perspective wich is
    simple since is 1 point but still . . .
    doing color studies perspec design
    same time . . dunno

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    my sp for the sp thread

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    quick plane
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    and moooore tanks

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    some from reference some without it
    trying to analyze the distribution
    and proportion of things, trying to look
    on how to make things more realistic
    proportions to say it somehow and less
    small cute or toy like . .like i always do T__T

    gotta keep working on it , so much to learn

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    got some bargain books at borders
    on tanks and jets so i can have
    the ref more at hand and dont have
    to stare at the monitor 12 hours a day

    also went to eye doctor and got new pair
    of glasses they will arrive until wednesday

    so heres a sketchy on a mark v vintage with
    a antibomb squad arm
    deerrrr it looks like a toy !!!!! its a curse !!!
    ok ok ill keep practicing my proportions T___T

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