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    an update

    I have been meaning to make this post for a while. I moved the whole sketchbook journey over to Blogger some time back because it became easier keeping friends and family updated that way (not everyone is familiar with a forum layout).

    So in the interest of continuity for anyone interested, the last post of this thread continues at the beginning here - ypyeoh.blogspot.com

    Signing off this thread for good, thanks for the good times and take care. Have some recent art for good measure!
    Last edited by Meatsworthy; March 5th, 2012 at 04:24 PM. Reason: update


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    Here's the most recent speedpaintings, you may have seen these in the speedpainting thread.

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    I would really like to thank everyone who participates in the speedpainting thread... it has been and will always be a vital resource for learning for me.

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    Anatomy-wise, I'm working at erasing the comicbook representations in my head and trying to see the shapes as they are. Some recent sketches:

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    WONDERFUL speed paintings. i'm partial to the demon. hehe.
    My work: [link]

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    These past 2 weeks I've been having some problems hitting the right values. I think it's because I turned of my brain when doing studies from ref, since I don't need to figure how the values go as the form turns. It's affecting my painting from imagination... so it's back to excercises.

    Any input on these cubes would help a lot. Ignore the Jawas, I don't really know why they're there...

    EDIT: I should note that as contsruction and perspectives weren't the prupose of this study, so they are very wrong indeed (I do need to work on those too!). Thanks blue... lightning reply!

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    40 min study, working on better blocking by avoiding details. More of the slope on the right should be in the light, and maybe not enough contrast between shadow/lit.

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    And today's sketches... some tiny improvement when I concentrate hard on the waist area (middle sketch).

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    Meat, i see you are using a specific rough brush in a few pieces. Might i pry into what brush it is? I've actually been trying to make a brush in painter which looks a lot like that.
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    The speedpainter are killer (ive envied them before in the speedpainting thread) and its good that your doing studies to tackle your weakness' its the right way to go.

    Keep it up man.

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    4th pic down has really nice lighting. keep em comin.
    Not quitting my dayjob just yet...
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    This stuff is exellent. Keep it up man, I want to see more.

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    Thanks for visiting everyone, will work harder to get you more goodies

    Blue> I have two main brushes I use for that rough look... both are tweaked PS default brushes. PM me your email add and I can hook you up

    Today was a 3D day... working on hair dynamics. Don't know if these belong in sketchbook or not:

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    animated test of above


    That crap under her jaw is a bad mud shader that I have to fix.

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    Wow...nice digi-paints. THe 3D is also impressive. Keep em' coming.

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    amazing leap from 2005 to now.. reminds me of how much i've improved in just a few months. love the speedpaints.. feels like you should use a few less lines in your figure sketches though.

    anyway! have fun and keep it up..
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    that girl, i would do her

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