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    About me: My name is Jannis (Yuh-Nizz), I'm 21, from Germany, right at the end of my media design apprenticeship. I've found back to art in spring '06 after a long pause. I've been doing all kinds of creative hobbies in the last 10 years, including level design, 3d-modeling, texturing, photographing, web design and of course graphic design, the latter three being what I have been doing professionaly for the past 3-4 years.

    About my so-called art: I have much too learn. I probably already drew pictures before I could speak, but now I started painting for the first time. Digitally, because I love the medium and color range. Quick and sketchy, because I'm impatient by nature. Environments, because it's the most thrilling aspect in my opinion.

    Alright. I started this sketchbook out of pure desperation with no particular art in the back, so here are some of my speedies to fill up. Updates by chance.

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    Ok, here we go, first update.

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    Cheers, mates!

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    Here's something I've been working on and off for the last week with a modified oil-brush (camelhair). The first Painter brush that fits my needs because I can nudge and paint at the same time without having too much trouble with Painter saturation-system. Probably around 3 hours in. Now I'm stuck. I don't know what else to put in. A creature would be cool but there's no space left.

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    really nice enviroments. They all have a nice ambience and lighting. I want to see you tighten some areas up and work on adding some more details...but I like your sketchy style. I think you did a good job with that on the one with the red-lit rocks and water.

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    Thanks for your comment, and thanks for the praise of the ambience. That's what I'm focussing on at the moment. You're right about the pics being rather sketchy, I'm trying to keep the output high and I'm quite happy about where the "style" is going right now.

    Here's something really speedpaint-ish:

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    A revised speedy. Loved to tighten it up a bit and kill some flaws. Inspired by John Berkey, Ryan Church, Sparth and Hurricane's doodles.

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    Okay, let's take a look at these.

    THIS IS MEANT TO BE A PERSONAL RETROSPECT OF THE YEAR 06 (AND 05, I HAD NO CHANCE TO REVIEW 05 BECAUSE 06 WAS SUCH A MESSY YEAR), AND WHAT IT MEANT TO ME. NEW PIECES FIRST, MOSTLY.

    I'm afraid of posting this in the FF-section. It IS finished, but I guess the thread would descend so fast it's even better to post it here in my sketchyard.

    A while ago I was to make some drafts of posters that a client wanted to put into his offices. The client decided to be an asshole and told us he didn't want to posters anymore, like... after 2 weeks. Some posters had been done already, so we decided to put some of them into our own office. One of them was my typo-ant (typomeise). Here it is:

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    My traineeship is almost over. Applied exams are in January, written exams are OVER! So here's a fictional magazine I made in my first year of traineeship. Rather fugly now.

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    And some random graphic design I've been doing last year when I still had motivation to do this stuff. It's badly executed compared to what I do nowadays, but at least I had ideas:

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    And here is a guy I made solely to print them in RGB on a Pictrography photoprinter. Colorful, high-saturated pictures with excellent brilliance. You just can't achieve that in Offset or digital printing. I wanted to post another one of them, but I can't find the InDesign file to make a PDF. I'll make up for that.

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    So, enjoy your christmas time and good luck in ol' dirty 07.

    Goodbye,
    Jannis

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