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    Great work here my man. I'm heading over to your blog right now to check out those greek inspired images. Cheers!

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    AMAZING! five stars for me. I really love the one from the fight on the bridge so much action in it.

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    hahaha, for the record, that female jason is incredibly cute and awesome.

    as for jason, good work yo. improved a lot from the first page

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    Man, thanks guys. 5 stars... never thought I'd see that :0

    Silwynar; Agreed on my pencils, I can't seem to get the hang of it. I'm worried that it stems from an underlying problem, lack of confidence, inability to draw accurately the first time or just lack of use of my pencils etc. That's why I've front-loaded all of my studies with pencil studies so that before I can get to digital each night I need at least 2 pages of pencils first.

    If my colours looks like Dan the Man's I think that means I'm on the right track :0


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    This week in the study rotation;

    Insects (somewhat failed at, i applied the timed aspect to the sketches when i shouldn't have)
    Gestures/poses
    Feet
    Modern clothing (got to do some imagination sketches but didn't get as far as I would have liked)
    Heavy Machinery (tanks, apcs and helis. Practice was space-gunship concepts)
    Cities (only really got one sketch done, bad day)
    Master studies (I look forward to this all week. these are fun!)

    I also included some ridiculousness (if anyone gets where it's from I love them) and a set of WIPs for the new artorder challenge.













































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    You're so awesome. I saw your name on the front page and just had to click (even though I don't normally come to this section).

    I love the way you handle turning a black and white image into a colored one.

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    great to see this definite improvements, those fast studies are trendemous!

    about latest image, i feel black and white values are good but saturation is too much and all over the place, or something else with color... the image is working on black & white but becomes confusing with colour...

    or maybe those snake heads, does all that white highlites really belong in there? i covered those snakes with my fingers and image read much better in colour

    anyway keep this image up, i want to see can you solve it in the end

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    Putting in work! Inspiring thread. Must go drawwwww

    Please Sir, I'd like some more.

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    I'm visiting this sketchbook for the first time and I'm impressed by all those amazing digitals! You are developing a very good feeling of forms and values.
    Just the pencils could need some real work, even if I would never say that they are bad. I think, it's better to avoid smudging with the pencil. Doing the shadows all with lines works better in my opinion. Especially if you follow the direction of the shape. Well, sometimes your lines look quite confident, but sometimes they are to sketchy. Did you ever try to do life drawing with ink or a ball pen? I found, that it helps a lot to use a technique that does only allow confident lines to develop even the pencil lines. But I don't know, if that could be something for you.

    Nonetheless, I like those vehicle studies and concepts a lot! Makes me want to do some too.
    Keep up the great work!

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    holy mother of god...you've improved a great deal man!!!
    viewed your sketchbook from the first pages till the last...awesome! lookin' forward to your future updates!

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    fantastic updates!

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    Your progress is fantastic. Those old matter studies seem to be incredibly helpful. After looking at your SB, I'm planning on doing them regularly as well. So thanks for the inspiration.

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    Thanks everybody for the comments, compliments and especially critiques

    Puppy Kitten; long time no see Thanks! Hows things? Post more awesome art.

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    This (two) week study rotation;

    Reptiles (helping with the dragon I'm doing for a cover)
    Longer nude studies
    Facial Features
    Ancient armour
    high tech (crapped out on this one)
    Anglo-saxon churches (also helping for a cover)
    And yet more master studies.

    First off though my finished entry for the art order evolution challenge as well as a landscape image done in the summer;







































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    Wow, the colors in that environment are stunning!

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    well shit... don't know what to crit on D: just keep on being amazing. i'm definitely in awe of your studies

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    I like the variety of studies. Excellent work here.

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    Thanks guys! New blog update so new sketchbook update;

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    Life and work has kept me from finishing my "weekly" studies in a timely fashion, hopefully I'll get back into the groove soon

    before studies here's some work update, the cover and interior poster insert for the God that Crawls from Lamentations of the Flame Princess









    .... and an honour mount done for Kobold Quarterly







    This (long-ass) week study rotation;

    Fish
    Muscle studies
    Gloves as they relate to the hands they cover
    Ancient weapons
    Modern weapons (along with some futuristic gun practice)
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    Master studies and practice focusing mainly on nature and trees
















    This was *technically* starting as an imagination image for gloves practice but morphed into Wonder Woman with troubling perspective;


























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    Getting real good Jason. One thing I 'd like to point out is that when you sketch you've got the principal right which is using the least amount of strokes to reach the idea of the image. BUt when you paint this completely fades away . Try using less strokes when you paint for example environments and natural objects.

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    HOLLY MACRO!!! you have come a long way from the kitchen sketch to these landscapes and sketches made of win. You inspire me

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    6 short years of improvement. Way to go at it Jason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Ross View Post
    6 short years of improvement. Way to go at it Jason.
    Short my bum. Unless you're being sarcastic then I agree. I feel like I could have done a lot more with the time I had.

    if sincere then thank you

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    The The slime and well piece is awesome. Nice work with a challenging perspective.

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    Nice gun and vehicle concepts, they're looking pretty good! Nice work!

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    so much awesomeness!

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    Great update in your sketchbook! Loving it

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    Dayum, you are killin it! My apologies, don't have real critique today, just keep pluggin away my man, looking good.

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    Thanks everybody

    Work and life conspired to prevent me from getting to the amount of studies I wanted to, hopefully next update will be more substantial

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    People - portraits
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    Accoutrements - ancient clothing
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    Jason your latest works are simply terrific, it's really impressive how you progressed !
    A little critique or advice I could give is to get a bit more sharpened egdes.
    I feel like some of the paintings loose life because of that, but just a detail, except that realllyy awesome work man !

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    Wonderful stuff Jason! Great improvement too. Thanks also for reminding me of mike Biereks blog and schedule, will definitely be trying out this method of scaling the timing on studies.

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    Some really great stuff in here dude. looking forward to more

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    i absolutely love how intense and expressive your characters are; the viking imagery cross with her terrified/crazy expression (it varies interestingly between sketches) really adds up to an amazing original image. so much more interesting than the usual "im super badass and im really cross" expression.
    Same goes for the zombie-slaying musketeer girl. She looks like someone would after stoving in the heads of the monsters that used to be her family. What a great character. 5* and then some.

    Edit actually are they zombies, or has she just been on a rampage? In either case, her expression is what sells it to me. That and the ears.



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