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    Mathieu's Sketchbook - update 24th May. 07

    starting now!
    you need to when you see that inspiring work around here!
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    the reflections in the eyes = perfection
    nice work so far
    keep posting =)

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    seems like you made good use of Neville Page's eye rendering DVD...good work

    show us more

    ciao

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    Thank you both

    @TheGnoll: jeah i was watching the dvd's and i need to say its amazing how quick you learn this stuff

    ...posting will be continued

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    two heads i chose to draw from a book called "women see women"
    ISBN: 3-8296-0776-6. This book has some great photographs to do some sketches.

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    How can I miss my boyfriend's sketchbook!

    Those eyeballs are perfect, they have a nice variation of texture which can tell they're the eyeballs from different creature.
    The new sketches of the woman are nice. showing an expression of a human being is not a easy job, but I think you did a good job!
    Just one suggestion, next time when you do pencil sketches again, you can try to use only one pencil to sketch, but still can make a big contrast of dark part and bright part. It's a good practice for the sense of your hand to draw heavy stroke and light stroke!

    Keep on working!! Give us more amazing art from YOU!!!

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    some various sketch of fantasy and real life anatomy

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    the first character of 5 or 6. This project is called "the black parade" (inspired by a song from "chemical romance"). The characters are also inspired by the four horseman of the apocalypse. They will have a lot of difference but based on the same idea. I will redraw them later and make some paintings out of it. But first here the sketches

    This one should represent the illness in this world

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    hi man!
    nice eyes
    how you do this?

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    @designbot

    The eyes are made in photoshop. I watched a tutorial from Neville page called rendering eyes. Most is just round shapes on top of each other and some custom brushes. Nothing fancy but the reflection make them look quite good. Tha is just a white layer with about 20% opacity and then the reflection erased inside of that layer.

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    another member of the "black parade". He should represent the leadership.

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    Nice start mate..wow those eyeballs !!
    keep it up

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    lucy's house pet
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    Fary Dragon

    I love dragons and of course fantasy stories. So why not draw one
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    Nice pencils. Only bit of advice would be... dont be afraid of brighter highlights in your digi paints... keep it up...

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