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    Here's another revised speedy. I like the blood. The rest sucks as usual. More to come. I'll scan those sketches I talked about asap.

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    And another one I forgot to upload last time:

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    PENCILLLLS ... and some fineliners.

    Alright, here you go. Some of the worthiest sketches from the past month or so. Sorry for the bad quality, I fucked up the scanner presets and kept going with them for an hour or so.

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    Forgot this one:

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    Two speedies from yesterday/today. Really quick, about half an hour each.

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    Heya jabo, awesome to see more traditional media. I'd say keep throwin some more time into your pencils, its good for ya! Good stuff though, keep it up! I like the soldier guy with the blood. Perhaps focus more on showing form.
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    Cool stuff here lately! i really like that mask in "pencils10.jpg", the seafood page is really nice as well! and your enviros are always fun to look at, of course.

    you said "ambush_redux.jpg" sucks.. i don't know, i think it gets distracting because of the lightning on the dude, if you squint your eyes to see the overall values, you'll notice that he looks very bumpy and formless. if you would choose the light source and really think about how the light hits him, it would get alot better!

    oh, and the brush strokes in berkey_tribute rocks!

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    Ksama: Yeah I'm working on tightening them techniques. I think I've been making some progress after looking deeper into good speedpainter's work. The guys over at Sijun always help to get motivated and to advance.

    notic: Thanks again, Sir. You're right about the soldier though, The values are a big mishmash and there's no form being conveyed. I still have lots of problems getting the light painted the way I want it to look like, especially concerning form, not so much the color of it.

    Here's a new one from this evening. Kinda got carried away with it even though it wasn't a good concept. But hey, that's speedpainting. It's supposed to be fun.

    The last half of the painting process, I listened to the Alien³ soundtrack, which fits perfectly. As I said before on page 1, I love to imagine soundscapes when painting or looking at a painting. You can hear colors, that's pretty cool.

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    Jabo how are you getting those cool hazy skies? love 'em..especially that dark canyon one with the blue glowing org. Love the texture in that one.

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    designboot, thanks.

    Jason, good question. I have no idea. I usually block in the sky first, then I set in some fore/midground elements using the selection tool, working from low pen pressure on the farthest elements and getting more opaque in the foreground. Then I paint over the edges again in sky color to get good shapes.

    After that, I often smudge the sky with a textured brush set to a high amount of spacing, ripping it apart more than actually smudging. I often use radial gradients to overlay with some other hues, setting the mode to Hard Light. You can receive pretty nice glow effects with that mode.

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    Sorry for the lack of updates, life and love has been a bitch lately and I'm barely able to get a clear thought. Haven't sketched much too, although I'm getting back to painting... Here's a new one, about 2 hours of work put into it. Dunno if it was worth the effort. At least it has some (wrong) perspective this time.

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    well yea, definately worth the effort, imo its ur strongest piece so far, totally love the colorscheme...moody and stuff. und sorry sorry dass ich mich nicht gemeldet hab, is normalerweise nicht meine art, aber ich hab momentan sowas von viel zutun, die verfickte fh macht mich kaputt.. muss jetz bis in 2 wochen ne 2d animation gemacht haben, und ich hab bis aufs storyboard noch nix geleistet.. dazu noch die andern kurse bei denen jetz auch demnächst die endabgabe ansteht. naja,,kann ma nix machen. ich muss jetz gasgeben.. blabla.. also alter, ich meld mich wenn ichn bissi luft hab, 2 wochen oder so. bis dahin.. reinhaun
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    awesome work all round, especially with your enviroment speedies. hahaha the alien 3 soundtrack inspired one made my day. Yeah that a interesting concept of trying hear the colours. very cool!

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    AK86: Thank you.

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    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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