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    Hyver: Thanks a lot! It's a very fun and great technique from Koshime. I'm trying to study anatomy and creatures 7 or 10 hours day. I have to improve myself hehe.

    One more.

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    More orcs!


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    Orc's bar, w.i.p. inspired by master Diego Velázquez, hope some crits to improve this piece.

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    Zbrushing!

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    Those dragon head concepts of yours looked really sweet. A lot of your work is a little too sketchy. Try to draw the shape or contour first and then fill in blocks of shadows or render less, maybe. Right now your shading lines are getting confused with your contour lines and makes the work look kind of sloppy.

    Thanks for posting so regularly!! Your 3d stuff is looking really cool, too.

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    the arm and torso studies in 100 are looking very solid, it's good to see you're keeping loose but not sloppy in the more recent pencil work. you may want to experiment with the composition in the orc piece, it feels unbalanced with the frontal view and majority of characters on the right. anyway keep sketching man.

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    snubbed: Thanks! I'm trying to improve in pencils and to keep a loose visual.

    invinciblewombat: Thanks dude! Glad you like the stuff, i'm thinking in put another character or an architecture element in the left side of the orc piece, do you have any suggestion?


    Here's a doodle.

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    This is my second sculpture i did in the Alex Oliver class, thanks master!
    It's wip, i'm working in hair and all wrinkles, pore and eyes.

    Jorge Gecov sketchbook

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    your zbrush horned creature is mindblowingly good! do you intend to add textures later? very inspiring improvements through your sketchbook

    one approach you can try to make your creatures look more solid in sketches is to concentrate on using lighting to give form, instead of using alot of lines, or practice sketching your zbrush creatures that are lighted with high contrast shadows perhaps.

    keep up the great work!

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    Cool SB! Asome skulpts, both the zbrush and the clay!!

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    Thanks for the comment in my sketchbook!
    You have some really nice studies going on here. The old man sculpture is my favourite with no doubt!
    cheers!

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    deadred: Thanks! Glad you like it, Zbrush is a awesome tool, i'm not sure if i will do the textures. I will try to follow your suggestions.

    D@niel: Thanks!

    motives: Thanks, i will post a update in the old man sculpture soon.


    Some creatures


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    Your old man sculpt is coming along beautifully, Jorge, and your Zbrush work looks really promising, too. I keep trying to convince myself that I should purchase the most recent version of the program, since it's a character designer's dream, (at least for those who have the time and the aptitude to get the hang of it) but I'd hate to think that I'd buy it and never have the time to learn. Some of the work that gets displayed on the Zbrush Central site is absolutely wonderful.

    Keep up the good work, my friend : )

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    Nice sketchbook! Thx for dropping by my SB. Its uplifting that someone other than me actually posted there. So thx for that as well. The sculptures are turning out very well. On your digital pieces, I could suggest doing studies from life, and photos just to work on value, color can come later. But as long as the values are right, the piece will read well. Cant wait to see more, Ill be back.
    "Imagination is more important than knowledge"- Albert Einstein


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    Hethabyr: Thanks dude! Glad you like it. I have to say, if you have the money, buy the software, it's a really amazing tool! You can learn fast i think, it's easy. To you have an idea, i started the Horned creature from a sphere.

    Envisor: Thanks a lot! Yeah, i'm trying to study more about values, thanks!


    Zbrushing again!


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    Some enviros now.

    I saw a Feng Zhu dvd and he teaches about enviros, values, perspective, etc...really really great stuff. The images in the next two posts are exercises he did in dvd, i did all without a ruler, so i can train more solid lines.


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    More enviros.


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    cara, gostei dos IDWs e desses ultimos estudos, e o progresso que vc fez desde a ultima vez que vi seu sketchbook é muito grande!

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