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wow dude, great stuff! Thanks for updateing! I'd like to see more stuff from life done by you! that be awesome, however, I really like the stuff in your latest updates ! hogarth is the shit, and thanks for sharing man!

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    Shit man your studies are nice, really nice smooth lines. Just wondering how youre using them though, im also working through that _great_ book myself and As nice as his boxes are i sometimes find them a tad confusing, also im stupid and i find his writing a little too much to read.

    Still, lurve the stuff



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    Daniel, The amount of effort and quality your studies reflecthas such a positive affect on many, including me. It's wonderful to see this dedication with your anatomy work. Keep it up and I want to ask: What eventually do you want to do with all this knowledge?

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    Dile: thanks alot ! Life drawing on the way then =)

    Jackwhat: lol, thanks!! Reading his side notes are facultative. The main goal is to understand and to be able to redraw what you've just learned. So don't worry, unless you're really lazy..which i doubt of.

    Aztecfireflower: thank you, i'm glad i'm inspiring someone else with those studies, and i'm not even done with them.
    As for your question, simply to be able to do whatever i want whenever i want. I also noticed that a strong anatomy knowledge is often required to be a concept artist in most of the devellopement teams. And, also, because i'm kindof young and that habits are hard to get rid of when they're caught early. So i'm trying to learn all those proportions and shapes as soon as possible =)

    More pics will come soon.. just wanted to answer to the question. ^^

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    re

    Wow those are some really tight and controlled line work. All the values flow into the next. Keep posting.

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    I was told I'd receive a kick in the ass(motivation to draw) from checking out your sb so here I am. Damn dude, the improvement I've seen here could only come from a lot of hard work. Your pencils are wonderful and the rendering is very tight. Really liking the Hogarth studies, started on those myself but fell off. I better get back to it lol. Looking forward to more man.

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    i like that upper hand! big time's.
    awesome studys from hogarth! once again .

    keep doing that shite!!

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    kick ace drawings! keep em coming!

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    you sonuvabitch.

    *prints it out*
    *holds it up to face*
    *takes a deep breath*

    aaaahhhhhh, gooooooood.....
    Dan your imagination is rivaled only by your use of the common pencil....

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    Thank you very very much everyone for the suppor .
    I got myslef into trouble. replies will come later.

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    Nice one! great sketch book man!

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    cool sketches and studies.
    Be careful about using hogarth though, for dynamic poses and foreshortening he is great, but unless you plan on having exaggerated stylised muscles( think comic books), I would advise using your own knowledge of muscles+ hogarth pose.
    in other words, correct muscles+hogarth=win
    line quality and rendering is looking good, watch the elbows and the arm movements.

    btw, mins brushes work for ps vs 7.

    Btw, you up to OC?
    looking good")

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    oh man , so long since I last came here,
    sorry for that , its just that ca's kicking me out on a lot of threads.
    kick ass man. seriously KICK ASS.

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    Real good! One observation - the flesh on and around the nose is usually a tad darker than the rest of the face. Think if you follow through on this it'll give your faces more punch, just a thought though.

    Blanq - Hogarth draws all the muscles stressed, it's easy to just "unstress" them where needed. Life drawing helps

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    Reupleaz lateur
    gonna go watch The fountain

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    Very very cool design on the last one! Love his right arm!
    Keep pushing the value range!

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    thats some nice stuff you got here .
    and yeah go and watch your stuff . LOL . only if you come back here as soon your ready with watching?

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    D, render that one in colour man. Lots of potential there
    Left arms bugging me a bit (Stiffness?)

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    The eyes on this one really made my day, Keep the goodness coming!!
    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1168808901

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    wow that last one is coming along very nicely....good work mah friend...excellent in fact.

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    Looking great as always!
    Now that that's over with- You may have some sort of time-zone gap I am unaware of, but where's your TC entry? Tsk tsk my friend..
    Keep it coming!

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    Wow...the last one is a mind blower. The rendering on that bad boy is awesome. I hope you finish that one and get a chance to post it in FF so everyone can die of amazement! Great concept here but I would take a closer look at the arm b/c to me it seems a bit out of proportion (or maybe the angle of the arm is throwing me off?)

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    K, Mickey may say the stiffness is bad but I actually like it - seriously. Some poses just work better all stiffened up and awkward. So yeah, the wierdness of his pose is something I really dig. My only crit now is the deltoid/bicep/pectoralis major area where the musculature looks dodgy - no biggy and easily fixed.

    Keep grinding man, you're really coming through - and more colour!

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    the leadwork the leadwork. man I am thinking of giving up drawing. You are so good brother. good antomy, nice angle and great composition.

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    Great pencils as usual. And as usual, quite uncritable for me.
    The digipaints though has room for improvements so I think it'll be a good idea to tackle them more

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    Hey man, hows the "ordeal" coming along?
    Nice piece... great step up...or two!

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    Wow.. Those bridgeman studys are really helping you out. It's great to see a fellow artist really improving keep on moving up the board mate. Can't wait to see more from you

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    Pigeonkill: hey !! thanks alot, i'll try

    MrBobMarley: thanks alot for the encouragement. Hogarth can be helpful or unhelpful, depending on how you use him =)

    oma: hehe will do !

    stalsby: tanks ! and vegetables !

    Brendan: lol thanks alot bro!

    DanielC: Hey what are you doin' here?! .. INTRUDER!!!

    Onnophris: thanks !

    blanq: thanks! Don't worry about what i'm taking from hogarth. I already have "my" approach of figures and muscles. Right now i'm just filling holes. I do OC sometimes, but not often. Just when i'm having nothing else to do

    'nu: Hey MONSIEUR !!! lol ca's acting a bit weird these days. I'm glad you're liking the doyoudodo (no!! ..don't ask me!) =)

    brendan: thanks for the tip! i completly forgot about it

    DanielC: ANOTHER ONE !

    Flaskpost: thank you !

    oma: hehe thanks ! Man you gotta see that movie !! Pure Awesomeness (??)

    Mickey: hey !! Actually that arm's supposed to hold somekindof weapon or reactor... that i haven't drawn yet. Colours on it are coming. i'll post it once it's done

    Maxetormer: thanks. Those eyes were a pleasure to do. Actually i did them by watching a girl looking at the menu in a fast food =)

    Gspot! Oh Yeah !

    Cup:... .. lol i had a huge problem to fixe.. and it's still not fixed with my passport. It's almost expired and i can be called to paris at any moment :s
    I did a few studies (hands) for that tdome.. but never got to start it.
    Anyway, it pisses me off that i missed that promising tdome :/

    Stalk: thanks !! The right (our right) arm you mean ?

    Brendan: thanks ! :] (post your colours quickly!!)

    Bendragon : hey !! thanks !. Actually i'm working on them.. but not showing anything yet.. still have loads to learn.

    Marco: alo ! thanks... the ordeal? :=>

    Seth: hey sir! Thanks for the encouragement !

    Some more hogarth.. and colours :>

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    Hey!
    Studies look good man!
    Where's your colours???
    You want me to post mine here too? I'll post mine if you post yours haha.
    in my sb now.

    ciao bro!

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  • you show me everything except for this one ? huh ?
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1169219656

    that one is damn great I wish you send it to me, i was very close to browse over it , did a few times acctually, but now when i saved your stuff, i saw it, awesome piece

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