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    Corey -

    Thought I should drop by here and see how you are doing - Awesome to hear you are doing freelance!! That's really amazing news. Also, glad to see that you've been doing characters and figure paintings! They look great man! Keep pushing!


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    Lovvvvvvvvve the latest paintings man!! Such good work, great value and form!

    Love your char designs too, keep shairing!
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    And I said, "But God, nice panties are so expensive!"
    And he said, "Welp, I suppose you better shut up and draw."


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    Quike Garcia- Thanks! A lot of people like that one.
    Avesy- Thanks! I'm glad you can see progression; I know looking back on my own progress helps motivate me.
    Angelo Cordon- Hey, dude! Long time no see! Great to see you!
    JailHouseRock2- Thanks, man! I can't wait until the next batch of paintings is dry enough to take home and post!

    I finished up this goofy guy. I'm thinking of doing some mechanical concepts next, as well as some more characters.

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    nice! looks like outta some old d&d manual.
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    Cory, youve got some great figure work! Esp. like this:
    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1254886060

    Good construction and nice forms. You, my friend, are working hard and have a ton to show for it.
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    Monsters and Madness!

    Carnifex- Thanks! I had a dozen or two D&D monster manuals when I was a kid. Loved those books!
    AztcFireFlower- Thank you! That means a lot coming from you.

    It's after Halloween, which should mean that the issues have shipped, which should mean that it's now okay for me to post my freelance illustration! Woohoo! I just hope it lives up to whatever hype it had.
    It appears in Issue 11 of Kobold Quarterly magazine: [link] .

    I owe a debt of gratitude to my good friend Michael Jaecks [link] for getting this gig. He gave me tips on who to contact to get some freelance work, answered my questions, offered encouragement, and allayed my fears.

    So, as far as first freelance commissions go, I totally lucked out on this one. Terror, madness, fleeing adventurers, Cthulhuoid tentacled monstrosities...what's not to love about a job like that? And I did indeed have a great time with this. The art director was an easygoing guy, and was a pleasure to work with.

    There are, of course, some flaws in the piece; look how thin that wall is, for example, and the cast shadows of the monster's arms and hands should be more defined. These flaws are probably more obvious to me than to you, though, since I painted the darn thing. Plus, I've been staring at it as my desktop background for a few months, giving me plenty of time to see its imperfections. Ah well.

    It's a thrill to see my art and name in print. I hope you guys like it.

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    wohoo! cool work. So do you nice people in Seattle meet up or are you all way to busy working?
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    hahaha, is that awesome or what?
    love it dude, love it!
    see you around, mister moai!

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    WEEEEEEEEE!!!!
    What an awesome piece man! awesome, awesome, awesome!
    You're very talented and it's so cool to know that your work is out there. Congratulations for the gig!

    Cheers!

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    Lander- Thanks! So far, I haven't met any other CAers up here.
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    luness- Thanks so much!

    Here's a pencil drawing I've been working on for the past few days. Originally, there was no idea behind it, besides having fun playing with anatomy and forms. As I drew it, though, I began thinking of it as a Titan, deformed by its imprisonment in Tartarus; this would work, since I thought of this drawing as the second in my deity series (the first being this guy). As I was finishing off the drawing, however, I changed my mind, and decided a Hecatonchire would be a better fit. Hecatonchires are hundred-armed, fifty-headed giants from Greek mythology. Along with Cyclopes, they were among the first offspring of Gaia, or Mother Earth. I find the different generations of Greek gods and beings fascinating.

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    The new sketch is really cool, love the fused look! Nice shading as well.

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    Man, love the commissioned piece..
    And this last pencil is outstanding...
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    That pencil drawing is awesome. Wow.

    I do feel that a white background would work better, though.
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    Grace- Thank you!
    Quike Garcia- Thanks, man! And thank you also for your regular visits to this thread.
    IanE- Thank you! My opinion differs from yours in regards to the white background, but I appreciate your opposing viewpoint.

    Some more figure paintings. These are all two day studies; the earlier ones I posted were one day studies.
    I don't feel that the first image was a successful painting. The color scheme--red and green (and white, of course)--doesn't really work for naturalistic skin tones, and comes across as pepperminty. I made some poor decisions, such as the flat warm background, and didn't make good brush marks either (except in the hair, which I like).
    I'm much happier with the second two.
    I'll have some portraits to post soon.

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    nice stuff man, sweet colors on the last 2!

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