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    wow, love your design skills along with oohhhh... EVERYTHING ELSE!

    Your stuff makes me happy and my drawing hand giddy!
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    yea donno what else to say that hasnt been said before. just keep posting.

    radiance spreading through the darkness, like answers spilling from an urn of secrets.

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    Rust Mountains

    Hello again,

    hmanafi - thanks alot mate, will drop a comment when I have the time

    Mr.Delicious - yeap, and I did it again, I just can help it, I love making/playing games, that's the reason I started drawing seriously in the first place, i graduated from college as a programmer as a matter of fact before turning to graphics, it was all for one reason...making games, creating living interactive worlds (maniacal laughter and distant thunder). Not that I'm not adicted now to drawing and painting to, at least I gave up programing and music for that.

    smokenmirrors - thanks, here are some more

    yoitisi - thanks alot for the extensive comment, and thu sugesstions I'll definitely keep that in mind, but still have to work alot until I hit the right balance of things

    Reject-D - thanks, I'll try and post break downs more often it's really educational for me to, it's really clear in which part of the process there are most issues and problems, and where I have to work more

    Epias, sabin boykinov - thanks mates

    josic - I'm not seeing you updating anymore !?

    Pencilator, kodak, minjarr,Slav - thanks to you all, I hope I won't disapoint you


    OK it's been awhile since I posted last, I've been lazy and tired most of that time, so it wasn't very productive time, here are few things I managed to do

    Rust Mountains
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    50 Marine Silhouettes:
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    Further development and definition
    (The first one it influenced alot by Andrew Ley's designs)
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    Some quick studies from photos
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    A messy doodle
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    Holy shit dude, your getting gooood!

    The marines especially, although the values are little dark, its sometimes hard to read. But great designs and nice thumbs.

    Great process on the environment. The first step reminds me of the black frog's work.
    Watch out with the details, I think its a bit ovedetailed at some places. The second last step for example has a nice contrast of details on the ship and the buildings, it reads a little bit harder on the last step because there is so much detail around the ship.

    Looking forward to the next update, love your work.

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    aw you big jerk these are sweeeet! man, awesome stuff!
    'If you don't make mistakes, you're not working on hard enough problems.And that's a big mistake.'
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    Amazing stuff.
    Your armoured blokes are tha bomb!
    Keep working hard mate! I'll be back for sure.

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    WoooooooooooooooooooooooooWWWWWWWWWWWW

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    hmm...great concepartist you are!

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    awesoem stuff man every bit of it supercool !!!!!!!x10

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    I really like the first one! It's cool to see the progression! Clap clap!

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    ok damn this stuff really owns.. dunno what to say.. GIVE ME MORE!..

    I'll be back to check this thread out properly when I have time, oh yes

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    I'm loving those character concepts so far. Their armour looks great, especially all in black like that. I like the way you worked them up as sillouettes first in tiny thumbnails and then picked your favourites. That's a nice idea. I've not really tried drawing a lot of sillouettes myself, but I can see from your process now why it sometimes makes sense doing so in order to help you make the right desicions.

    Thanks,

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    Exactly the kind of stuff I really love to look at. Thank you very much!

    Keep up the great work!

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    Awsome work man, you're getting really good.

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    great progrss, you are doing some very interesting things!

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    GUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUH, tooooo goood. *goes back to going through the whole book*

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    wow this is some amazing stuff
    the environment stuff is crazy
    very inspired!

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    spectacular silhouette studies! I got to jump on some similar exploration. And those detailed marines are the SICKEST bro! NICE!

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    WOW...I love your art...and i love your freaking awesome vehicles!!!

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    Could you show us how you hold your pencil? pretty please?
    I'm starting to go back to the basics, and figured I'd ask this question first.

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    man. slick update. really diggin on the way you handled those silhouettes.
    the chick's armor plating is esspecially cool imo.

    i think it goes without saying: mor! mor!
    keep on rockin it man.

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    I wanna draw more and more and more and more 8) 8)

    5 stars!

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    I WANT KIDS WITH YOU. i'm freakin speechless.. i dare not say more

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    Uuupdaaate!!!
    Hope all is well with you.
    Now update
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    Wow, your sketchbook rocks! You are getting so good!

    MORE MORE!

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    Great thread! Lots of variety in your work!

    Inspiring too!

    - A man diligent and skillful in his work will stand before kings -
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    "You can't design what you don't know." Jeff Watts (as seen in Windmaker's SB)

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    THAT's why you're work looked familiar.

    CGSociety. I recognized the troop movement piece on the 4th page.

    "Everything must serve the idea. The means used to convey the idea should be the simplest and clear. Just what is required. No extra images. To me this is a universal principle of art. Saying as much as possible with a minimum of means."
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    Back back from the dead...

    Hello, I'm back again, this time after almost an year . I've been trough some job changing, house moving and ocasional freelancing experiences that have prevented me from updating my SB trough the last several months.

    First of all thanks for all the replys and comments mates, I'm really honored getting such replays from such a talented bunch. Thanks again!

    So here are some thing I managed to do in between all the work and other ocupations, if I dig up more I'll post them later.

    Some character concept sketches for a personal loosely based on folklore themes. Caution! Some seriously bad anatomy examples here:
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    A quick study from photo:
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    Random speed, not the most successful one :
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    Some undead zombie pirate/sailor character studies for an illustration, total mess but fun:
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    My entry for the NVidia Artspace contest, I'm not very proud of it, especially the ugly thing in the upper-right corner, but it managed to get me in to the honorably mentioned "Hurrray!"
    This one is called "The Pinescape Keeps"
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    Series of studies I did at some point, wanted to do more but got distracted with other things. It was still a nice educational exercise, to concentrate only on color, composition or volumes while I study things. I tried to do some detail studies also, but unfortunately with my A5 tabled it was a total faliure so I won't show them here (note to self: Buy bigger tablet!!! Use pencil for detail studies meanwhile!!!):
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    Here's a three-legged mutated leprechaun(not sure about the spelling)I did on the London sketch meet up I visited only once due to lack of time. Next one is a random thief char. Things here are starting to get really inspired by Joao Ruas, I can't help it I love his style:
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    Some character thumbs strongly influenced again by Joao Ruas:
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    Some more recent random launch break characters:
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    Random birdmen and some helmets, just for warming up:
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    Couple of heads:
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    And finally...two crappy robot sketches:
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    That all I managed to collect for now, some of it is most recent some not so. Hope to get the chance to post again soon.

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    Woohoo, masterful update!

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