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    Beautiful stuff! You have a great sense of lighting and texture!


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    *asspat*

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    Amazing sketchbook dude! And you got some awesome technical sketches!!!
    Thanks for the inspiration!

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    Have I ever told you how I want to eat your brain so I can get your powers? If I haven't- I'm telling you now. Your art is a constant inspiration! Thank you for that
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    Thank you my friend!!! Amazing stuff!

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    masterpiece , your characters rock .
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    100 Heads and Approaching Lights

    Hello again,
    Zeitwolf - not always, but maybe 2/3 of the times yes. It deckhands sometimes I'll go into colour really early sometimes later. It's faster to start with colour form the beginning but not necessaries easer. I'll try to post some more work in progress images. And another thing is I'm always experimenting with process and style. For the refs I don't mind at all I'm happy to be of help!

    PHATandy - Thanks man, and you're definitely right about thins often looking flat. This has been a main issue for me for a long time, and I'm slowly fixing it. It mostly results from me paying to much attention to design, composition and colour and not so much to light, materials and volumes. I think tones of still life and other such studies should help when I get the time and mood to do them . Thanks for reminding me, it's always a good thing.

    Tom Fenton, Alfy, GabrielVerdon, masterphil31 - thanks people !

    Windmaker - reminded me go get myself a sturdy helmet! Thank, anyway and you're constant motivation for me too!

    velinov - Thank you, it's sways and honour to hear that from you!

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    OK, here's another 100 things exercise, heads this time. Most of them really bad attempts some not so bad. The important thing learned tons of thing, thing's that I do wrong and many I need to improve or concentrate more on. Here's a list of some.

    - Increase format, tiny moleskin is nice quick and comfortable, but the lack of "resolution" messes your proportions and often the sense of scale. Makes you miss things.

    - Pay more attention to perspective in faces, try and exaggerate it when needed. Yes it's there especially when the viewer is very close to the subject.

    - Pay more attention to subtleties and detail, something the larger format allows.

    - Fill in my visual dictionary with greater variety of expressions, not only extremes, but ones expressing more subtle feelings too.

    - Do more studies from life and reference. Those are never enough. And are especially useful after s loon series you've tried to pull out of your head.

    - There's maybe more.

    note: some heads might be missing, because done on separate sheets or SBs if I manage to track those down and scan them I'll add them here
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    Oooh! I loves me some faces! Also, I'm taking note of your... notes. But, yeah. You can never get enough practice from life and ref.
    Also, the environment is pretty cool. I really like the drawings on the rocks!
    Thanks for the inspiration!

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    Awesome updates man! Love the 100 things idea... I may try that
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    That approaching lights one grabs me everytime I see it.

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    The Streets

    thanks guys for the kind words.
    I've been away for a while, I'm back now to finishing my pile of started sketches and not so speedy speeds. Here's one, and some wip stages showing some unfortunate twists and turns this picture has gone trough.

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    Sweet mood in that last painting man, and thanks for the process shots!! Definitely dig your 100 heads, I think I'm about to start something similar.

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    You make me sad, i wish i could convey mood as simply as you. Great work dude

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    'love your work. The environment post #337 makes me think of Mad Max/Rage.
    Tetrapod in the sunset is really nice too. Impressive weapon collection.
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    argggggggggh! you're killin' meeeeeeeeeee

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