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    Hi there,

    These are some of my recent daily trainings. The goal is to paint under limit of max. 10 minutes (no coloring though). I'm not sure if it really fits the subject, so excuse me if it doesn't. Here they are:







    Hope You like it,

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    good studies. will you develop any of these ideas? - JAG

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    These thumbnails are a great way to get a cool idea out and let your mind/eye/hand go on auto-pilot. Think i'm going to try this! They all look interesting and make the eye move around the page. Great composition.

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    Hey Ho perspective fun!
    thx for showing I like 'em

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    thanks for sharing!

    ps.: please, sorry about my english
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    very nice composition , i like those . more please

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    Hello there,

    Thanks for comments, it gives me serious motivation. Some of those might be put to the next level and get render-showered.

    Here's what i've done this morning:



    Cheers,

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    Do you work at this size? or you do you start big and then resize?

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    really nice sketching. post some progressions.. itd be nice to see how you work - JAG

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    cant see anything

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    Hi,

    Steve-O: My actuall file size is exactely double the size you see here, but i work on this size most of the time to get the overview right. I'm making these in photoshop, which is kind of pain in the ass because i can't rotate my canvas and get the lines straight, so that's why i keep it that small too. Only if i want to outline some of the structure, i go to 100%.

    JAG.: As soon as some of those go to render-state, i'll post it in here.

    Vino89: ?

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    Wow, these are f*&*ing beautiful. This is my favorite type of concept art. Quick, fresh and subconcious without the detail oriented side of your brain messing up the vision.

    This is what I buy "The Art of Star Wars" books for, and your work could be right there next to work I see in there.

    Bravo

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