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    Nice! i did saw the first sketch you did and now this great job

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    Hey, Supervlieg! Nice sketchbook you have. My only problem with it is that it's so short! It's nice to seem some of your non CoW pics, and that plasma ball painting is awesome.

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    Awesome paintings Supervlieg, I like your style Keep going!

    Woke up this morning, found out my signature was gone..
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    SuperDrawings Supervlieg. You have really grown big from ur first drawing...one more guy inspiration for me!

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...62#post1011462 my sketchbook

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    Wow, Vlieg, that's a boss Creek Crawler! Great entry!

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    heey supervlieg .
    ik vind jou art echt goed, je combineerd ook goed met de dieren.
    en ik vind die magnathorax echt supervet.
    mooie details.
    welk programma gebruik je daarvoor en hoeveel kost dat?
    ik ben pas 15 dus ik weet dat allemaal nog niet .

    keep on drawing

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    Call0ps, Coen, NikhilSalci, J_absinthe: Thanks!
    Dragonguitar: Dankjewel, ik gebruik voornamelijk photoshop en dat is vrij duur. Als je pas begint is opencanvas een lekker programma om in rond te klooien. Versie 1 is gratis, als je een beetje rondzoekt vind je het zo.

    Speedpaint, fooling around with brushes.


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    Latest entry for Character of the Week #040

    Removed it, it seems unfinished, I'll update it when I have some time.

    Koh I Noor breathes dreams. To survive he must actively hunt for dreaming people and suck up their dreams.

    Last edited by Supervlieg; October 24th, 2006 at 07:32 AM.
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    hey supervlieg!

    i like your style very much. fun creatures and nice designs.

    -r

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    really cool sketchbook svlieg

    cool to see your progress during the last 2 years

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    Hey man! Very nice sketchbook, great style and ideas
    I am not sure, but are you that same Supervlieg from CGtalk ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rawwad
    Hey man! Very nice sketchbook, great style and ideas
    I am not sure, but are you that same Supervlieg from CGtalk ?
    Thanks and yes it is I!

    Vahn and Abyss103: Thanks!

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    Speedpaint, 45 mins, Photoshop



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    Cow #60


    The Ghellofosh
    (aeris vermes)

    The Ghellofosh is a being that can hardly be seen with the naked eye. It stalks drunk people at night and extracts glucose rich fluids from their brains and necks, causing them to have headaches and painfull necks in the morning. It is made from a gass like material and is very fragile. A wave of the hand is usually more then enough to completely annihilate the Ghellofosh. It can hardly be seen with the naked eye, they are often in plain view but are mostly mistaken for a blur in one's vision. Only when amplified around a thousand times they become clearly visible.

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    Jens: Thanks man! Im doing some human sketches as well. Will post some soon.

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    Chow #41:



    The Arrakthura was bred by biological engineers as a future weapon for the army. It is a selfcontained walking, thinking and most of all, energy ball shooting weapon. The arrakthura can be ridden by man, even if it purely for directional purposes. Once the Arrakthura has locked onto its target the human rider had little to no influence on the walking weapon. Best bet is to get of as soon as possible because the Arrakthure tends to jump right into the heat of a battle. Since its shielding and other parts heal very quickly and because it was engineered to feel no pain the Arrakthura is considered one of the worst foes to meet on the battlefield. The bioframe is enhanced by some mechanical parts. The eyes are fitted with all kinds of extra sensory machines allow it to see in the dark and sense heat. It also has a digital aiming view mounted on its nose/barrel for long distance aiming. The Arrakthura rarely uses this, it prefers to get close on the target and blast away.

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    COW #62:



    Gumball
    (Bardus Luteolus Avis Globus)
    Mostly useless. That's probably the best description for the Mugball. Every once in a while these yellow furry ball-like creatures fall from the sky. How they got up there or why they fall down, no-one knows. Mugballs can't fly, though on their way down they flap their little wings like a madman on fire. They are fairy rigid and survive the landing with no problems whatsoever. Since the body of the Mugball is way too heavy for its legs it can't walk and simply sits around until it dies. The Mugball don't seem to be bothered about starving and make no effort at all to gather food or look for shelter. They usually die within a few weeks.

    Worried animal activists tried feeding them, and the Mugballs happily ate all the food that was presented to them. Even when well fed and taken care of, the Gumball remained totally inert and the animal lovers gave up after a while.

    People tried eating them. The taste of Mugball meat was compared to eating a three week old sock that has been thoroughly worn. People tried using their fur for various purposes, but when the Mugball dies it loses its hair almost instantly. All in all the Mugballs remain quite the mistery, and whenever they fall from the sky, people quietly ignore them and hope they go away.

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    Haha great one!
    Your COWs are always a mixture of superb execution and funny concepts.

    Plz also some non-communityactivity work!!! But i guess thats not up to me

    ajuu paraplu
    lewis

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    Ok, here's some older stuff. Mostly to show some none community stuff

    Gasmasks-r-fun


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    I might work on this one a bit more in the future. I kinda like it. I'd like to see if I can tackle it in full color.



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    Speedpaint, obviously with ref.


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    Another brush experiment


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    Brush experiment #3


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    dude


    you´re crazy.


    Love the creatures, love the designs, love the brushworks and textures.

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    lang geleden dat ik je werk heb gezien, erg mooi, met de nadruk op erg. .

    Hope to see more of you fantastic work realy soon. realy like your brush experiments!

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