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    AK86: Thank you.

    [german]

    Kicek: Du, das ist gar kein Ding. Für mich war in letzter Zeit sowieso Achterbahn und ich hatte keine Zeit bzw. kein Bock. Das Wetter ist ja momentan auch scheisse, daher wäre Freiluft-Sketching sowieso nix.

    Ich hoffe aber, dass wir das nochmal hinbekommen, erstens bin ich gespannt, was du so für einer bist, außerdem rückt die Anmeldung an der FH immer näher (SS 08, also Anmeldung 1.12.07, Prüfung dann irgendwann im Dez.) und ich bin gespannt, was du mir so über die Mappenprüfung etc. sagen kannst. Wäre cool, wenn man ein zwei Collabs hinbekommen würde.

    Dass du gestresst bist, kann ich mir vorstellen. Mein Bruder is auch an der FH (allerdings Maschinenbau in Rüsselsheim) und kommt aus dem Lernen gar nicht mehr raus. Wir sind eben nicht mehr in den 70ern. Haste dich auf Animation spezialisiert? Zeig doch mal was (Sketchbook?).

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    Art to come soon...

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    Ok here comes your random biker bad guy motherfucker from hell *gasp*

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    BTW: I know he could probably not hold his stand like this. Yeah, legs and hips are a biiiig problem of mine.

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    Here's today's speedpaint. Boring colors I know, but I love cyan/orange contrasts. A bit too spongy (unsharp) too. Anyway...

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    hey man, very nice to end up here

    i really like the digi enviroments, especially cause its something i dunno crap about...much respect very nice way of usign light and atmosphere

    lines still need work, and so does anatomy, but i realize it can be hard to focus on different aspects at the same time...keep on sharing, i'll be back for more

    ciao!

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    Hey, thanks Gnoll! Looks like most people like the colors in my pics. Probably because there's no perspective or design to look at About the anatomy and lines: Well, I'm splitting my efforts, painting enviros and drawing people and creatures. In some phases, I draw weeks over weeks and another time I love the touch my wacom

    Two new ones. Quite jerky. Oh well...

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    Geile Sachen

    specially like the one from June 28th. and the pencils.
    At those times when you use flashy colours they don't harmonize for me, unlike on those real moody ones.

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    noice noice jannis. love the first one. biker guy is awesome, too. cya
    edit: hehe..i starred u up.

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    ok I'm kinda drunk riht now so i'll keep this as short as possible.

    Blacky: the problem about flashy colours is that i don't really have a clue about colors at all. when i'm painting, i decide things very emotionally and quick. so after some time, i use the color adjustments to change colors. that's why most of my pics have all kinds of different color ranges. they start blueish, turn green and eventually rest at red or orange. That's why they look washed out and dirty.

    kicek: der fels in der brandung, mann. cool, dass du immer wieder vorbeischaust. thanks for the stars, man! bisschen wie bei dsds, aber was soll's achja, und du hast vergessen, dein sketchbook zu updaten!

    (( Bier und Wein, lass es sein, Wein und Bier, das rat ich dir )) ??? Oder war's (( Bier auf Wein )) ? kA, auf jeden Fall werd ich morgen extrem verkatert sein!

    Ok, this one is piece No. 100 in this [sarcasm] mindblowing experience [/sarcasm] formerly known as jabo's book. I tried to really put some effort into this speedy and use all sorts of methods and techniques i've achieved over the past 8 months that I've been speedpainting. Thanks go out to everyone supporting me and my sketchbook here (thanks a lot, you rock!) and the guys over at sijun (a neverending source of inspiration and motivation).

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    Pariah

    This didn't take me long and came out better than anything I've ever done. \o/

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    Ok here's today's warmup. I was able to leave work at noon and went directly into draw'n'paint-mode. I'm hoping to raise my output because I'm a lame bitch and obviously not able to work on more than one piece a day. So hopefully, there will be another piece today.

    For now, have your pleasure with this David Bowie lookalike.

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    Was on a DnB party tonight. Can't hear on my left ear, but hell some nice beats. Decided to do some graphic design for a change and ended up with this. Hope you like it, planning to do more in the future.

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    Oh and here's a crappy doodle from yesterday. Yikes!

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    gudn jannis. hehe ich hab deine pm grad erst gelesen, n bissi zuspät vllt.. haste skype? auf jeden fall hab ich jetz semesterferien (3monate ) ich werd mich also kommende woche ma bei dir melden. der flyer sieht ziemlich korrekt aus,is das foto von dir?, der typ mit dem roten dolch is auch super. das enviro oben rockt. als kleiner kritikpunkt würd ich sagen, dass du dir ein bissi mehr zeit für deine arbeiten nehmen solltest, man sieht das da viel potential drinsteckt, aber im moment sind sie doch relativ stark hingehuddelt, ich red jetz primär von den letzten beiden gesichtern. ansonsten thumbs up, wie immer... ogott is das heiß heute.. ich kack ab. grüßle c

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    Hi Cristoph. Ja war etwas spät, ich hatte die Party schon seit Wochen im Blick und wollte dir eigentlich schon früher Bescheid sagen, wusste aber nicht, ob es was für dich ist. Naja, anderes mal. War eh zu dicht um klar zu denken. Skype hab ich irgendwo hier installiert, könnten wir ja mal irgendwas abmachen. Die nächste Woche sollte bei mir sowieso easy cheesy werden. Wie sind deine Prüfungen gelaufen? Die Animation etc?

    Thx für die props. Das Foto ist von mir ja, ich hab noch mehrere aus der Reihe und hab vor, da noch was draus zu machen.

    Hast recht, mit der Ausdefinierung hapert's. Schätze, wenn ich sowas in meine Mappe bringen will, muss ich das klarer ausarbeiten. Ich habe nur ständig das Gefühl, dass die Sachen noch viel zu amateurhaft sind, um mehr Zeit darauf zu verwenden.

    Übrigens hab ich das Thema für die Aufnahmeprüfung bekommen *kotz* "Visuelle Interpretationen der Bilder des Künstlers Francisco de Goya". Warum ausgerechnet dieses Jahr etwas kunsthistorisches?

    Heiße Grüße (konnte heute nach nicht pennen und hab deshalb den ganzen nachmittag flachgelegen, aber die Luft brennt immer noch).

    Jannis

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    *bump*

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    about how long do your speedies take? your colours are always great!

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    your enviros are gorgeous. also loving your brushwork!

    cheers

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    hey man, very nice stuff you got here. your eye and feeling for harmonious colors is great

    Ich habe nur ständig das Gefühl, dass die Sachen noch viel zu amateurhaft sind, um mehr Zeit darauf zu verwenden.
    naa, ohne investierte zeit kommen die dinger auch lange zeit nicht aus dem stadium raus. du hast doch ein paar richtig geile dinger hier, zb der kerl mit der orangenen hand/dolch, dann das industrielle Gebäude auf der letzten seite, häng dich einfach davor und arbeite so lange an denen bis du nichts mehr verbessern kannst, dann warte 2-3 tage und du wirst überrascht sein dass dein fundus an wissen es dir immer noch erlaubt, weiter zu perfektionieren.
    braucht man nur gedult zu
    was ich dir schwören kann, ist dass es sich lohnt. ich habe weit über 3 jahre nur skizzen und speedys gemacht, stagnation auf allen ebenen, und es befriedigt nicht. das ist wahrscheinlich auch der ausschlaggebende grund für künstlerischen Stillstand

    also, hau rein

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    oalexis: Hm, I guess they are all between 30 minutes and 3 hours. Some take longer, but there's always a certain point where I'd like to jump to the next piece because there're already a thousand other ideas in my head.

    squidmonk: Thanks a lot for stopping by, glad you like it.

    Darkside: Ja da hast du schon recht. Ich hab mir heute vorgenommen, dass ich mir sobald ich Urlaub habe ein bestimmtes Bild vornehme und es mal scribble, um dann alle weiteren Entscheidungen zu treffen. Das will ich dann erstmal speedpainten, hier zeigen und dann weiter dran arbeiten. Hab heute schonmal geübt, ein wirklich enorm grober Sketch natürlich, aber Komposition kann man ja auch mal üben. Den Typ in der Kutte will ich auf jeden Fall weiter ausarbeiten, weil er mit in meine Mappe für die FH soll.

    (took me 15 minutes to eventually find out that I was in pencil mode, not brush mode. Yikes!)
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    Great enviros as always!
    You're doing great with lightning, congrats!
    Cheers,


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    some beautiful use of light in your enviroments and really like the typo ant on the first page

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    good job on the last one. i like it

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    What you lack in detail you really make up for in lighting and mood. All around great stuff with your environments, photographs and graphic work. Cant wait to see where your speedpaints take you next.

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    Jorge, seaport, kicek, silvestri99: Thank you
    silvestri99: The detail will come. I'm working on getting out of the speedpaint-phase for a while and finish things before moving on to the next.

    Some from last week. Was in Hamburg last week and forgot to upload these before I left.

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    ok some new stuff. an environment sketch and a 3 hr megadoodle. click to enlarge.

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    Trying to getting used to wacom drawing... My neck hurts...

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    Three more. Hey, this is actually a lot more fun than I had first thought.

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    Some more. Tired and drunk.

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    Still drawing, but got the urge to paint something.

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    Jabo, I just took my time looking through your sb, Very nice progression thus far, I love your speed paintings, and how your experimenting with color, I can tell your learning a lot, at the same time I can see your continuing to use the pencil, which is great. I would suggest doing some anatomy studies if you haven't already been, that will only help your figures become more natural (and of course drawing from life) to your hand. Your graphic design work is inspiring, thanks for sharing. Looking forward to your updates, thanks for stopping in my book,

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    I love your environments, the mood in each and every one of them is great
    I love how you tend to use complemetory colours a lot, oh and thanks for sharing the selection thingy
    Keep em' comming!

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