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    woop


    ugliest shoulders ever... what was I thinking o.0







    acrylic wip. It's a man-eating cthulhu-slug in case you're wondering.


    compewter wouldn't cooperate last night so I had to cut it out with painter... hence the cool edges.

    Thanks for watcing!

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    FINALLY!

    I thought you got trampled by wildebeests or something.

    Nice update. I like the one in the middle with the flowy shoulder thingies and the helmet with the ring. In the last one, I would be careful of the with that face. It looks a little too '50s-stereotypical-black-guy-ish. Sorta like the crows from Dumbo...but not crows.

    Anyways, keep 'em coming!

    *EDIT*

    Congrats on Page 4, BTW.

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    ahhh ... thought you forgot about us

    the 2nd and 3rd one looks good ... and the acrylic wip is interesting. And don't wait so long between updates



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    Beonarri - Heheh thanks for the warm welcome back. I guess you're right about the head - as usual :]

    OldNoobie - Thanks, I'll try to keep the thread alive to the best to my ability even though I'll kinda have my hands full with school things. Cheers!


    a moogle just to clear my head...(must... resist glossyness.. urgh)

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    I can see you strugle spats. Its a tough road to take. Find out whats bothering you and deal with it. When drawing becomes a struggle instead of a joy it`ll be a dead end. Boy I know that one a bit.

    This loose and free gestural approach looks like it has potential. It helps me personally to search a bit more. You might want to see where it leads.
    http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i8...g/File0276.jpg

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    this last one is cute



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    It looks like someone took the moogle's cookie.

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    hey dude, i like your style, it shows that you have a lot of imagination! go on, and get better and better!

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    da Beast!

    take a look at my gallery
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    Banshax - Thanks for leaving a comment. Nah I enjoy drawing to the max - when I can devote myself to it that is ;]

    OldNoobie - Cheers!

    Beonarri - Yeah - it had chocolate chips in it too o.0"

    TheBeast - Thank you! Dropped by with a few lines :]


    experimenting, dunno


    a thingy I worked on for quite a while. Let's just say if it was an acrylic painting, there'd be a 5-inch paint crust on it. It's for this art diploma-thingy in our school... it's all kinda hazy so I'll just leave it to that. I have around a billion sketches and character drawings that are in a way or another connected to the subject at hand. Talking rubbish again... I'll be sure to get some posted soon.

    Thanks for watching!

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    remember when I said I'd never draw another batman? I lied! Mwhaha






    crap from sketcher :]

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    Hey mate, what happened to those black silhouettes, Im sure I remember you had a knack for working with those. Keep it up with the searching you`re doing

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    this one looks nice though still waiting to see more acrylics.



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    I like the candy colored shrooms in that recent illustration-sketch. The only thing is it took me a a bit to see the little goblin guy in there, he got a bit lost. I like the character portraits too...the Batman is actually not bad.

    Keep up the great work!

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    Banshax - They're bound to make a comeback sooner or later. I will, thanks!

    OldNoobie - Hehee cheers! I'll give those acrylics a run too when I can.

    Beonarri - Thanks for the input. Yup, I had a really hard time trying to get the troll character to 'pop out'. The whole piece has unfinished written all over it so maybe I'll come back to it when I've learned more.

    Make way for Sir Spamalot! Mostly stuff from sketcher


    (values added)


    zhe boring enviroment




    ps

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    last but not least a sketcher collab with Orifice. It has tentacles, fear!

    ugh... sorry for the massive images

    Thanks for watching though!

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    Lots of good things going on. This one in particular. The loose way of searching your way through the form seems to work really well. It feels spacious
    ttp://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i80/dweezl/CAdotOrg/alienhead2.jpg

    Color wise this is showing potential. Saturation, color scheme, its working
    http://i69.photobucket.com/albums/i8...runkirtpk2.jpg

    keep at it

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    good updates this one and this one are nice, would like to see them pushed further.



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    Banshax - Thanks for the feedback, always appreciated!






    wayy out of my comfort zone-stuff

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    Thanks OldNoobie! I've been wanting to do a big, proper enviroment painting for a while now but I'm still kinda poking the ice to see where it'll hold my weight. I doubt I'll make it in acrylics though because I can't apply any details with those horrible, horrible brushes! Anyway, thanks for the support! :]


    reworked the weird sketcher monster before his face got filled with penises and big blue lines

    note to self: must stop spamming own sketckbook

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    its good you are getting out of the comfort zone to experiment best way to learn is to dive right in head first don't worry about the first couple as they usually will look like crap, but as you get accustom to the medium, it will improve.



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    You're absolutely right OldNoobie, I have to work on my anatomy sooner or later anyways... maybe I'll combine that with some cool medium cheers!

    Anyway, since I'm spamming I might aswell do it properly!

    HIGHLY RELEVANT one of my favourite monty python sketches ;]



    I remade one of the sketcher doodles for fun

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    this is nice has a lot of movement in it ...



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    Thanks again! :]


    here's a creature from sketcher... I never studied animal's skeletal structures so I improvised a bit :]

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    Nice SB dude. Lovin the pencil sketches more than the photoshop pieces, but its good for you to learn. I myself cant wait to give coloring a try. Your characters are really cool. And the designs are also. Try to work on getting your lines a little cleaner. Cant wait to see what you come up with next.

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    I like the way you gave it form and bulk in the body nice concept and design too ....

    don't need to know animal skeleton and muscle structures to create an imaginary creature (it helps though) but as long as you can give it form and render the light and shadow convincingly, it will look believable



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    you've got a lot of really fun characters in here, tons of improvement since you started as well, keep it up!

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    I like the recent green creature...I would like to see his full color scheme, because I think that would be really cool. Maybe crazy rainbow feathers or something.

    The running guy is a bit stiff. I think his shoulders should be angled more, his head ducked down a bit too. His dangly stuff is nice.

    The other are you usual stuff, so commenting is not entirely necessary.

    Keep drawin'!

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    Envisor - Thanks for the comments, glad you could stop by!

    OldNoobie - Hey Noobie, mind if I call ya that? :] - Anyways, as you put it you can make things look semi-believable without studying but that's where they'll stay. Must make time for studies! RAWR!

    invinciblewombat - Glad to hear that, thanks for taking a look!

    Beonarri - Cheers Beonarri, I actually like rainbow feather idea and as for the running guy, I might do some changes to it sooner or later.

    sketcher dump
















    I did this howl's moving castle-inspired walking building in opencanvas this morning. It's still a wip I guess so I wanna try and finish this - I usually screw things up when I add colour or value though :I

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    nice updates this one is interesting, nicely designed.



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    nice scribles man. like the shot designs!! try to push more the value contrast to create more depth. love the litle animels they look happily alive to me

    keep pushing dude

    would be nice to see also some more finished pieces


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    OldNoobie - Thanks!

    (c) - Thanks for the input! I'll try to finish something! :]

    sketcher...




    expanded the house-thingaroo... I'll give a shot at colouring soon.

    Thanks for taking a look!

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