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    Nofingers' Sketchbook Updated Feb. 28th

    Here it goes....

    EDIT: I condesned these pics into just links, so the recent stuff will load faster, but these are still nice stuff

    Some sketches I did at the Bodies Exhibition CATL meet
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...-24-060003.jpg
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...-24-060002.jpg

    Some sketches from CATL's Zootrip
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...-24-060013.jpg
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...-24-060012.jpg
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...-24-060011.jpg
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...-24-060010.jpg

    And from yesterday's CATL trip to the Botanical Gardens (teh invasion)
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...-24-060018.jpg
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...-24-060016.jpg

    Well, enjoy all this stuff, and be honest with the opinions......and I do have fingers....it's just a name.
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    trevor... looking good mang... those BOT Gardens sketches are looking spectaular. will drop by again once you update! let's get this thing going right! it takes sketching to make it out of sight!

    my crits for you... more 1 minute warm up drawings... hehe but no 20second ones. that's just crazy fast. get crazy, don't be afraid to draw all over the page... it's paper, you can get more. the trees on the earthbound paper are really gorgeous, but you already know this.

    see ya tuesday bro.

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    august 14 update

    Just so Joel doesn't pull a Guggen-bite-off-my-head-maneuver, here is an update

    Lame pelvis sketch
    Nofingers' Sketchbook Updated Feb. 28th

    Longer sketch of the flayed rugby player at Bodies
    Nofingers' Sketchbook Updated Feb. 28th

    And a more or less finished painting of a pelvis with process gif, done in Photoshop
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    Wow man, that pelkvis is beautiful! Really nicely done. Really like the tree-studies and the flower. Keep up the good work!

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    Dude, your pelvic bone digi piece is awesome, lots of thumbs ups.

    That and the sketches of the clouds.

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    Fingerless:

    Everytime I look at that pelvis render, it blows me away...I don't know what you ate or what got into your system, but - for the love of art - don't flush it out...DON'T FLUSH IT OUT!

    I'm proud to say that I get to work with you in person, man. Now, get back to work and post more!

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    Hey no fingers. I love the tree and cloud studies you have done, they are so simple yet they do they do the job.
    The ruby player looks a bit off. Also it looks like you have added small bumps and curves in places where they shouldn't be. I agree that those really subtle curves do make a difference in a drawing but make sure you aren't overdoing it.

    Keep up the good work.
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    wow trevor your sketchbook has kind of sploded up... seems like maybe the flayed rugby player looks a little... errr.. skewed? didn't seem this way in person.. keep some pressure on the book when you are scanning, ok? it's a nice drawing...deserves at least to have a good scan.

    looking good dude, but i still don't understand your fascination with pelvii. even though you explained it to me in clear, trevorian, engrish.

    gugg

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    those pantone-shaded trees just blow everything

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    eeh...better than nothing I guess

    Guggs: Your commentary is always appreciated. I agree with you, I seem to tense up, and forget to keep loose.....and pelvii, they are straight up sexy....cuz its where the ass meat goes
    Sarcophagus: Thanks dude, yea those mentioned are definitely my favorite pieces
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    AD: I'm still workin.....so when are you gonna start a book....huh? your stuff is perfectly suited to these boards
    pvpham: yea, his back is way too long....drawing that thing was crazy, since there are so many fuckin muscles, they start to blend together
    WhiteC: Hope you mean they blow in a good way....and thanks for resurrecting my thread

    So its been like three weeks since my last update, pretty pathetic I think, but I've been busy with both high and low quality school work, so here are some Wips of a few of my projects

    Just starting to learn oils, so I am doing some grisailles right now, just to learn the medium...this one's based on a statue at the Met

    Nofingers' Sketchbook Updated Feb. 28th

    This one is a few drawing of rodent skulls from my head, some aren't too believable, but oh well
    Nofingers' Sketchbook Updated Feb. 28th

    This is a WIP of a photoshop painting based on previously posted sketches
    Nofingers' Sketchbook Updated Feb. 28th

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    hmm that looks quite interesitng for me here....i'm looking forward to see more good stuff in here...
    the faces in the last one are really off a little bit, and the folds in the skin look a bit like scars...u should do more ref work maybe ( who am i blaming, i don'T do refs too..hehe )
    but the trees are just great...really lovely...i leike the one with the little twigs...

    greetings

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    OleOlsen: Yea, it still needs a lot of work. I should do what you do and just draw tons of faces, but I guess I'm a chicken or somethin, and just draw easy things.

    What has it been, like three weeks?....what a lame ass I am....not sure why I can't seem to update regularly.....anyways, here is some stuff

    Me and Guggenmaneuver both got some very thick sketchbooks, full of thin paper of a dubious quality, and we have a challenge going to see who burn through that mutha first, at last check, he was ahead by a page or so, little does he know, that he's going DOWN!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nofingaz
    he was ahead by a page or so, little does he know, that he's going DOWN!!
    Right.


    Anyways, glad to see you update this thing doooood... you've stockpiled a lot of stuff, so it's good to purge it and show it off finally since i've actually seen you working on a lot of this stuff in person, probably you already know my crits

    just wait until you get to use some real ink, something like this will really look sharp when you get to use "Sexy Black™"

    way to go on these skulls... i hope that this advice was helpful... it seems like they look a little more 3D now... but it seems like you lost some of the values in the scan.

    is this wayne coyne of the flaming lips? haha. way to go on the face studies, keeping em quick i see, but try to get those lines just a little more deft and fast mang... like using more of your arm or something. something that is cool to try is if there's somme line that you want to draw but your hand isn't really wanting to do it in a natural way you can actually turn your book and then draw it. helps out a lot sometimes, because sometimes lines won't look natural if you draw them just bc of the way the mark is going.

    i'm so glad you ommitted the maggots crawling out...

    cool mang...i'll be talking to ya soon i'm sure. though, not at the next mini, unfortunately cuz le rents will be in town

    gugggggggg

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    GuGG: I've been taking a page from Master Joel, and doing some ink studies, this time it's pretty birdies.

    1: Some quick ear studies
    2: American Goldfinch/ Barn Swallow in ink and watercolor
    3: Blackburnian Warbler in ink and watercolor
    4: Black-capped Chickadee in ink and markers

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