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September 22nd, 2009 #1141
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My eyes love lickin' ... jeeeeeeze! This is really the rarest supermarket I've ever stumbled into.. I was searching for milk and found eternal bliss.
I am in awe.. this is stuff is so great.. waw! Love your collabs with clochette Will have to take some time off to check it all out, also really like the step-by step process you're showing a bit further back with that creature. Arh! love!
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Great sketchbook man. Really like the coloring style you got. I like that it's not that high in contrast and the cearity of them. Will be following your back.
September 25th, 2009 #1147
kingkostas: thanks man. Clo and I are going to try to do a bunch more like this!
DanielC: je t'aime mon prouteur
p sage: thanks!
hellfire: thank you very much!!!
loveandasandwich: yah, I was really worried u might not like it much, or that I might ruin clo's drawing!!! hahahah so glad u like it!
mark tarrisse: thanks!
giorge: yeah I had so much fun to do them!!
AndreasM: post more!!!!
Zord:hahhaha thanks man! hope you solve that sleeping problem pronto! When it drags on you end up really neurotic like meeeee
r a n d i s: your name all spaced out is really hard to type ._. I'm just combining things I love...best of both worlds!
cacodaemonia: I really hope so! I will let everyone know when it is available!!
Pigeonkill: yeah I dunno, it was a paintover for a friend during a videoskype chat. Trying to help him push his character stuff more...
weggebrecht: yeah man! orange drank is swank~
defiledvisions: You ever wonder why your visions are defiled? that's right! 'cause I've been licking your eyeballs..mmmmmMMMmmm
Chupachups: hahah I can feel your breath, but that's not my neck your breathing on....
DANKA: thanks man! right back at you, I really enjoyed going through your sketchbook!
Teundeboer: thank you very much!! I always am trying to push myself to get better quality with my work...doesn't always work out, but everything is relative! Just a few years ago I was really crap, and even though I've gotten a lot better...i still feel really crap about most of the things I do. Just keeps pushing me to keep getting better!
Thanks a ton for the positive comments everyone, it really helps keep me going, and reaching to do personal work on top of the freelance!
here's some lifedrawing [2 different sessions]. The first session was horrible. I had a terrible day all day, and was really frustrated...tried to relax with some life drawing, and couldn't focus at all...just felt terrible. Lots of noise [music + talking] threw me out of it. Not sleeping makes me super neurotic [more than normal] and so I get really sensitive to noises. Got some in-ear earphones, and it's totally changed everything. Not super comfortable to wear all day, but I can focus so much better, and get way more work done! I'm researching closed-ear noise canceling headphones. If anyone knows a good brand, please let me know!
10 minute each on the right
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10 and 15 minutes respectively
I think 30 and 40 respectively
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September 26th, 2009 #1151
I really like the lifedrawings. Very cool - but you know i love you anyhow, right?
Just nitpicking ... be careful with your darkest darks in the lifedrawings. In the last one especially the edge showing the line of the spine right above the sacrum goes way dark - might be the scanner - but it cuts in hard and destroys the form in that place. You get similar darks in the hair. Supposing the hair is darker than her skin, the shadow on her back seems to be invading the hairs value range. In the same way you could go lighter on the darks in the feet and between her legs and instead lower the value where her body touches the surface to communicate more of a feeling of solidity. Again, scanners like to fuck up the values, so i can't be sure. Also most places where i've been lifedrawing had horrible lighting setups. Keep going! (or else i'll cut off yer hobbit feet)
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September 27th, 2009 #1153
Sexy update Mr sexypants!
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September 29th, 2009 #1155
thank you for this sketchbook, very inspirational!
October 9th, 2009 #1156
Troubadour: lol ...yeah I hear that a lot, but no one has told me a good reason why yet... I've used big paper and different mediums in class, it feels the same to me. I just prefer pencil and paper, and it's less stuff to carry around.
jatherip: thanks. Life drawing is really fun. I've not done much anatomy studies, so most of what I know about figures is from lifedrawing.
miycko: thanks. I want more time to do better studies.
John: Thank you very much! I love you too~ I think it's mostly me, I start to go in and blast the darks, and can't bring the other values relative before the pose is over. On that sacrum shadow, you are right. That was two 20 minute poses, and she didn't get back in the same position, but I drew the new shadows on my drawing because I'm dumb.
Giorge: Thanks. I love licking things, especially if they're salty.
D@niel: your pants make my pants look like a minger.
Bendragon: Thanks man. I would love to be able to render as good as a 3d CGI film, I'm still a far way off yet.
lwhuang: thanks. if you have a sketchbook you should put it in your sig, so other people can find u quick.
been really busy with freelance. A few big jobs and then some rush jobs back to back. Haven't had much sleep. In my free time I'm trying to do more studies. I know freelance will slow down and I'll have lots of time, and no money. But for now I'm just trying to keep up.
2hr value study. Still a lot of things wrong that I didn't bother to fix.
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October 9th, 2009 #1157
nice sketches man. must be nice being called sexy pants...
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im loving your work man! great sketchbook to look through, i just stared at a solid chunk of it for a loooooong time. definately worth the time!
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"I love licking things, especially if they're salty." haha that's a creepy statement that makes my imagination wonder to other round thing that hang an it's is said that they are salty , anyway ... good stuff ... like the checker background on that nature (ska ska ska) , although the nudes in this last post look like , uncared fore and done just to be done ... looks like you didn't pay much attention or you were uncertain
October 9th, 2009 #1162
Just saw this one:
Nice! Verra nice.
October 9th, 2009 #1163Registered User
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Your studies are great, nice pencils!
But I love your still life! It's a very srtong piece I think Makes me want to do some, too!
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I really like the still life painting (even though there's some errors) and the life drawings are just great! And I love the piece you did as a birthday gift. Keep 'em coming!
I don't want to do any commercial for my SB but it would be really nice if you could give me some critic, suggestions or anything.
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Oh man, I love those figure studies, your pencil work is so smooth in the right places and rough in the right places.
Great updates man