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    Hey buddy, I did some dumb stuff with my multiply and overlay layers and wasn't sure how to merge them onto the figure without nullifying their effects. I had a look on the net for a solution and all I could find was to press ctrl, alt, shift and e all at the same time which creates a flattened image layer above all your other layers but doesn't ruin the layer properties. Do you know a better way to merge glazing layers without creating a flattened layer?

    I agree that the second pose is the stronger one. But I'm glad you played with the first pose a bit I think that it would work for another image. Are you going to work out the other elements in the image now before working up the pose any more? I'd like the see the full layout completed and then go from there. Looking good so far.

    I think that it's worth creating a community thread for our little project now that Eelis is on board as well. We may end up having poor sketchbook etiquette if we keep bumping each others threads without posting any art. I'm not sure about the name though, you guys have any ideas? Something that will capture that we're trying to work on a variety of subjects and are working collaboratively. I vote emerald daggers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ebersol View Post
    Hey buddy, I did some dumb stuff with my multiply and overlay layers and wasn't sure how to merge them onto the figure without nullifying their effects. I had a look on the net for a solution and all I could find was to press ctrl, alt, shift and e all at the same time which creates a flattened image layer above all your other layers but doesn't ruin the layer properties. Do you know a better way to merge glazing layers without creating a flattened layer?

    I agree that the second pose is the stronger one. But I'm glad you played with the first pose a bit I think that it would work for another image. Are you going to work out the other elements in the image now before working up the pose any more? I'd like the see the full layout completed and then go from there. Looking good so far.

    I think that it's worth creating a community thread for our little project now that Eelis is on board as well. We may end up having poor sketchbook etiquette if we keep bumping each others threads without posting any art. I'm not sure about the name though, you guys have any ideas? Something that will capture that we're trying to work on a variety of subjects and are working collaboratively. I vote emerald daggers.
    I used to have that kind of issue as well, but can't seem to effectively recall how I solve it now days. Try to merge them to the figure's layer one at time, starting from the lowest on top of the figure.

    As for the name, anything goes. Maybe something along of lines "Emerald daggers quest for self-improvement" or "Emerald daggers assignments & challenges"

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    Here we go boys, I called it The Daedelus Workshop Study Group and put it in the Mentoring forum. Sound good? I didn't go with the Emerald Daggers Idea as it's been done and we are unique! This is going to be fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheeljack18 View Post
    Here we go boys, I called it The Daedelus Workshop Study Group and put it in the Mentoring forum. Sound good? I didn't go with the Emerald Daggers Idea as it's been done and we are unique! This is going to be fun!
    Just saw it! Good call, thanks for taking the lead. Moving there ---z

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    I've been busting my butt working on some contracts but I decided to take a break and revisit the female Zombie portrait I started a while back. I think I will now call this one done.

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    Great sketchbook Mike! Your storyboard work is excellent.

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    Looking good Mike! Interested in seeing how that illustration comes together, no crit's at the moment but I think your setting up a good foundation for the image to be a success.

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    The reworked zombie portrait is looks great buddy. She's certainly gone through the wars now! The values and the eyes in particular really stand out to me and bring her to life (so to speak). Hope you're weekend away was good, with any luck this week will be a big one for our projects. All the best.

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    Hey all, Just a few quickies between work for today's post. Another update on that Mucha piece and a page of warm ups.

    @Quinn: Hey man it's been great talking to you and thanks for stopping by and taking a look.

    Alex:Thanks!

    Eb: Har Har I just couldn't let her die ( pun intended) and had to go back into her. I just like zombies. The camping trip was a great time but -25 to -30 is not the time to find out that your sleeping bag is rated incorrectly. It was ok though because we had a good shelter and I have a lot of tricks in my bag to keep me warm. The only thing that really sucked was I wrenched my knee in a riverbed and it still feel off. I guess that means I'm getting old. Sorry, I sound off when it comes to camping trips. This IS going to be an awesome week. Looking forward to seeing those Jet Packs! Cheers.

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    Nice sketches dude!

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    More Progress on this Piece.

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    Hi mate

    Zombie chick is bloody good mate, no pun intended. and the weird science is good too even though it looks a bit Like a Tarrot card, though what she would be in a Tarot deck is anyones guess "The two of dumplings" perhaps "flange of drooling" I dunnoe what do you think !!?? LOL

    all the best buddy an keep on posting

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    Heh heh. Puns are good with me. I think the Tarot card look actually has taken it's influence from Alphonse Mucha whom I'm trying to do this illustration in his style. Kinda. I'm still tinkering with it and playing around with Graphic Design and I may even redo her face. Its one of those projects that you work on here and there between client work. Thanks for the feedback and the positive Energy!
    Cheers.

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    Finally Wrapped up the Weird Science Piece. What do you think?

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    Looks great don't really have any crits for it though.

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    Hey Guys

    It's been a while but it's not that I have been busy. I've got a bunch of client work on the go ATM so all I can share is some sketchbook warm up stuff and studies. The pin up study is about 4.5 hours so far.

    Keep on Truckin!

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    Keep up the good work!

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    Hey Gang,

    Just wrapped up the Keri Russel Pin up study. What do you think? This one was about 16 hours give or take.

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    Man, I've been meaning to comment here for ages, you left some great advice on my stuff about a million years ago now.

    Your drawings are just crazy-fantastic, and your paintings have really nice values, but a lot of the hues, especially the skin tones, have a kind of washed-out look. Don't necessarily need to be more saturated all over, but it would help here and there. I think a lot of it's just a matter of too much lightening with white. =)

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    Hey All,

    I just wrapped up a few pieces for AEG and got permission to post them so here we go. They are meant for a card game so I doubt that they will be printed at more than 2"x3". Also, I had to remove a few elements until the product is released so if you have any beef regarding the negative spaces, that might be the reason. Still, I don't think they look too bad even in their edited format.

    That's it for today, I've been super swamped which is a good thing but not too beneficial to my CA Sketchbook.

    Revidescent: Thanks for stopping in and for your kind words and observations. I tend to overdo flesh tones and I think that has a lot to do with my traditional background but I'm working on it. Stand by more more updates soon. Cheers!

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    Whoa, your last post wit the 3 illustrations for AEG have great color. I'd love to get that kind of vibrancy in my paintings as well.

    p.s. I've posted some stuff on my SB and I've always appreciated your crits, so if you wouldn't mind I'd love you to take a look.

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    Thanks for stopping by my SB, wheeljack. Always a pleasure.

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    Sketch Dump!

    Lots of Figure drawing and quick sketches today!

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    Wow you turned up the heat matey!! there are some seriously good posts up there I like the James Bond girl especially and the figures in the sketch dump.

    thanks for posting matey and all the very best to you

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    Hey Lightship69, Thanks for stopping by again! I have not been as active as I like but it is good to know that someone stops by every once in a while to comment.
    Cheers!

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    Hey thanks for your comment in my sketchbook. I totally dig your work...You have some great pieces and studies in here. I will drop by here often when I'm in need of a kick of inspiration...Thanks!

    All the best!

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    wow the post #323 just above is blasting me away would love to draw more
    realistic, amazinger in her. No feedback !

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    Hey Iven,

    Thanks for stopping by. I'm glad you enjoyed the last sketch dump. I'm working on another one so stay tuned for more.

    Cheers!

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    Hey All,

    I'm finally able to post up some recent (ish) client work so here goes...

    The first batch of Pen and Ink work is for a client MoonDesignPublications and the next couple are some card illustrations for AEG.

    And lastly is an image inspired by some Gal I saw at the local coffee shop wearing bright Orange hot pants and pirate boots!

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    Quick Portraits inspired by BTANK

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