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    Archnemesis Dbal's Sketch's and Art

    Just joined CA, but already really hyped about the community. I have alot of uploading to do but these will start me off. hope you enjoy.

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    Looks like you have some strong 3-d skills. What program are you using? Like to see some pencil stuff too, like reference material or prelim sketches. See ya!

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    thanks silvestri, I use 3ds max, maya, and zbrush. I'll be putting my sketches up as soon as I stop being lazy, promise!

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    As promised, here are a few past sketches. I go to a figure drawing session every thursday so I'll make that my update night. I'll start putting some of my concepts on here too.

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    update, you dork!



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    I need a scanner...
    I use the one at my school, but my schools labs are closed until monday

    I've been sketching away since the workshop, and have started 3 paintings

    I will update soon!!!!

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    Not sure if it's just a habit with your sketches but I get the feeling that the limbs are a tad thick in relation to the torso. Will need to see more updates from you.

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    Hey guys, sorry I haven't updated in what seems forever, I've been so busy with my art. Here ya go.

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    Also a big thanks to Dan Milligan for giving some great advice.

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    Thanks for taking the time to check out my sketchbook.

    Keep up the good work! I like your 3D stuff...you can work on your scene lighting and atmosphere a bit more. Also keep going with the life drawing studies. Draw everything you can. Draw any of your friends and family that will sit still, dogs, cats.

    The horse is a good start...study several pictures or the real thing to get a better idea about how all the structure comes together. Your 3D work is a good source for when you are drawing as well...imagine or view your subject in 3D to make a really good transition to your 2D drawing.

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    Thanks for the awesome advice! I have alot to work on and finding time to do everything is just one example Thanks again.

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    Hey Dave, 3d stuff is looking good, and it looks like you're getting good crits on the 2d as well. Basically I'm just saying what's up? it's been a while. Tom's crits hit on the major stuff. I'm also a Loomis guy when it comes to brainstorming figure poses, His book is pretty good for that. Have fun in Texas with your "what a burgers" and all that. cya.

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    lol, i love our what-a-burgers! i steal the lil number signs everytime i go (its a texas thing) anywho, good to hear from you man, im gonna check out your page here in a min. Ive been so busy dude. I just had an interview yesterday for a video game company internship, so im crossing all fingers and toes. almost everything i posted in this last post has been done since insomania... meaning ive been busting my butt lol

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    heres a new one, inspired by mr. Jones himself

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    You seem to have a good grasp of 3d and i like the way your pencil sketches are going. It's definately something you should concentrate on as not having a good grasp of the basics is hurting your digital works.

    Keep sketching!

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    Thanks, i'm constantly trying to draw from life and keep my basic drawing skills up.

    here's a composited image of a 3d tank i did

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    couldn't sleep

    its 5am here in Houston... Ive got work in 3 hours. Couldn't sleep so i decided to sketch. model is from imagineFX

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    Hey Dave, glad to see you're finally back at it. I'd say work on value and abstract understructure for the 2d stuff. Most of it reads in midtones. And if everything is a similar value, it's hard to get large shapes of contrasting value to make a composition. Tank in the mirror looks pretty sweet, though he's got a sidewalk in on his right in the mirror, and another traffic lane out his window. Keep it up man.

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    lol, dang it, everyone reads it like that, i was actually passing through an intersection at the time, its actually cars parked at a red light. oh well...
    but good advice on the value. I haven't even thought of that. Thanks man

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    New stuff

    I'm making a new animation, I'll keep new concepts updated here.

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