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    Vyle - 12/07/08>> update anaglyph painting

    Last edited by Vyle; December 7th, 2008 at 02:30 AM. Reason: New practice laptop paintings again 07/25/07
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    practice dump













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    dedicated to Sparth. He'll know why


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    Thunderdome process

    Old acryl scanned background, foreground 3DS max.

    Texturing and coloring

    Rock formations

    Mood coloring

    Logo integration

    Finish


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    Imagine FX commision.


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    Holy...wow! That last painting is incredible! Very impressive use of scale, very impressive indeed. How do you get such clean, flowing lines and shapes on your robots and ships? Do you use the pen and shape tools, or is it all just brush wizardry?

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    Holy crap I somehow managed to not see that Ca.org 3d thingy you did.. that is so fucking cool... they should def. throw that up somewhere...

    Mainloop- man i must be dyslexic.. cuz i thought you asked how many people are on lsd

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    Really great work. I just finished watching the Gnomon DVD you did, and was really impressed and inspired. Thanks for sharing your processes and techniques. I hope you update in here soon, can't wait to see more.

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    Well Chromosome, sorry for the late update, life has taken over for a while....But am still alive, and will post soon a lot of Assassin's creed stuff.
    Just updated the practice section with some laptop painting.
    Moai: juste palette knife at very high resolution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vyle View Post
    But am still alive, and will post soon a lot of Assassin's creed stuff.
    oh, I cant wait for this Game and your concept for that.
    I saw for some weeks your Workshop and I will give you a big Thx, I learning a lot from your Art. Specialy the way do custom brushes. First I painted speedys with your Brushes but now I try my owns. It makes a lot of fun do create Brushes, after that its cool when I can with one line paint a whole forest or what ever... hmm and what I will say about your Stuff, for me you one of the best and your original style inspire many Artists.
    So enough compliments, when I will be a pro Artist, then come the crits. (I hope my english its no to bad^^) Cheerz


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    designboot>> thx!

    Vielen danke zweiDee!
    Ich habe nicht Deutsch gesprochen seit lange zeit, aber ich kan mal probieren
    What you did is what I was hoping people would do after watching the DVD, is to go ahead and experiment with creating new brushes. The ones I depict on the DVD are very dry and not necessarily adapted to everyone else's needs, they are just there as examples.
    Keep up the practice on your sketchbook, the latest stuf looks good!

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    Today's coffee painting, my buddy Billy decided to move in the view.


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    plane delayed to go to comicon. Painted until my battery died. Posted from San Diego.


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    sketch 02 austin airport.


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    hi David.
    Grr thats suck with the plan, but its good that you use the time for painting. hehe painting everywhere and everytime. Very nice Sketches,
    who is Billy, have you a link? I see he is also an Artist. Cheerz (and welcome to my inspiration Book list).


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    hey vyle,

    i really like your laptop sketches, simple but effective! people must look funny at you when you sit there painting eh?


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    zweidee>> actually I was happy, gave me time to do two paintings!
    notic>> so far, people have not cared at all, it seems they don't exactly get what a wacom tablet is
    Watmough and Billy painting under a tree.


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    sun is still there, beautiful lunch break in the forest.. No mosquitoes


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    The last one is great,
    it really amazes me how can you reach such
    rich colors and also great sense of light.

    In the Imagine FX commision I like
    the variety of lines, lines that describe
    the design, big ones filled with tiny ones that really
    help and support the scale of things, it
    has awesome variety and keeps my eye
    going around it and not leaving the picture so fast,
    very good storytelling
    cool updates David . . . .

    I wonder how you guys manage to paint
    having reflections on the monitor, must look
    different outside while painting than inside in the shade

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    Hi robogabo!
    Having watmough painting with me is a great motivation, got me hooked to lap painting. For the laptop, it is all about finding a place with something dark behind you whether it is a tree, or a wall in the shadow, that works well for me. Yesterday's sketch was a pain for that, but until now that's the only one which was a problem.
    Today was nice and comfy under trees, so no light issue.

    Thanks for the comments on the imagine FX commision, you totally understood how I tried to handle the composition, without killing the image with unnecessary details. I know we share the same view on that subject, especially after looking at your sketchbook

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    You are one of my favourite artists. I love your loose, but observant digital- sketches.... Thank you for sharing.

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    thanks for the kind words Hive-minD, hopefully, now that I have more time I'll be able to share more...


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    Awesome studies. The lunch break in the forest is gorgeous. The values and the strokes just read so well. Wow.

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    Chromosome>> Thx! I was really confortable sitting at a picnic table!
    Today was the opposite: mosquito bites EVERY freaking where...... That was a painful one
    Brett (on theis pic) had to give up because he got bitten by a spider! Texas wildlife goes nuts when sun is back!


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    keep em coming dude
    these posts look great,
    i like the last one, has a warm feeling
    also all last ones i can tell they
    are from life since all skies are different in hue
    even if most are "blue" some tend more to
    cyan and some to purplish blue, it takes
    good observation to nail those.

    Are you using a round brush only? some scattering?
    awesome stuff

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    It seems like I won't stop for a while, really enjoying those!
    I use a palette knife, a round brush, a scattered round brush (for the leaves), a "messy dirt texture" and a grain texture.


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