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    love the studies man!
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    Great studies like usual man, I like in particular the anatomy and the posture of the guy in the last page.
    Ciao

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    Hey PK. Sorry I've not been around, was moving hause etc, and don't bother looking on my SB, not drawn anything yet, waiting to get my Mausetablet to arrive.

    Must say some real nice rendering on the black armour, u should experiment more with it, add more texture and scratches since u got the lighting spot on!

    Must go now, bye bye.

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    Hey I been busy with a lot of project during the past week, this is what I been working on...


    Grandmassa Mr. Spect: Thanks you are too kind.
    RaistlinTheDark: Thanks glad you like the studies, boring at times to do but they are good for you. Like vegetables
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    Cold: Ah, must be exciting to get tablet. Thanks for the tip, I'll fool around with it a bit more. I been practicing some flesh tones. I been trying grayscale to color but it comes out washout for my taste.

    I been designs some signs/panels for East Bay Regional Part District, Envirenmental Design department. I'll be doing designs for parks or camps. Here are few samples for camp Arroyo for disadvantage kids. The job was daunting at first because I have cover a few hundred feet with design and illustrations, but it feels great I'm helping out. The posters here are around twice as big in real life.
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    I asked to create an illustration for WarriorTraining.us . I was asked to paint a highly trained samurai in a state mediation and focus. It is for a poster to help train soldiers in meditation. I did some thumbnails, studies and sources they wanted wanted me to be inspired by. I personally wouldn't mind creating #2 but #1 is what they had in mind at the start of the project. I learned a lot.
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    Lookin' snazzy, PK I'm diggin' the watercolor figure sketchings...

    Keep up the great work!
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    ooh nice watercolor strokes for those figures.
    and i like the soft coloring in the last cg with the samurai. you got that nice glowy peaceful calm to it

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    Very captivating sketchbook you have here, I appreciate the variety of your work.
    I don’t see much to criticize for the moment since your working so much on your weak points. Keep it up!
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    Awesome Samurai, mate!
    Somehow I would like his lower dark part not just to abruptly stop on the white background. I know its no real background, but did you think about a white ground that is mirrowinng him a bit? That would be a great effect, hmm?
    Good job!

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    Anurizm: Thanks I'll keep posting.
    AmontilladoAg: Thank you, I'm not sure about you but whenever I do figure drawing I like to sit down. I try standing and drawing and doesn't feel natural too me.
    ztazen: I like to draw different subject to keep my interest. It's always awesome to see how things relate to each other. So much to learn great suggestions to explore!
    Pascallo: I agree, I tried it out and it gave it a sleek look. It motivated me to created a more dramatic for a samurai related theme. I started new thumbnail hopefully I'll beable to make somethingout of it.

    Here is a mock up for what is going to be done on a wall. I tried to make the signs as interactive as possible for the teens at the camp. Camp Arroyo was leased Buenas Vidas Youth Ranch and it is open to terminally ill children or kids with financial difficultly. They run short camps session all year round. They are nice people from what I seen and will not judge you based on your background. It's a fun environment.

    One of the sign described how this cement recycles old coal(fly ash) to make the ground which the stand on, saving a lot of resources. So rather than just show picture of coal and cement in square sign. I literally show that sign pouring into the ground, mixing with coal. The tree sign will also have a 3d tree stump, made by my nice co-worker Kelly. Font size 35-40
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    ...I'm sleepy...
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    Hey, thats cool, awesome studies, and the picture you made with dinosaurs and the serpent is cool !
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    Really dug the process on that Samurai dude, and the envo. turned out pretty nice, dude. Really liked the brush strokes and the way the colors turned out(Good pics always come out when drunk, tired, or least expecting it). Looking forward to seeing more
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    Great updates man, like usual !
    I dig in particular this character
    Keep sharing, ciao

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    I like the handling of textures on the metal in image post #38
    Do tell your process : )
    Nice anatomical drawing studies. Bet you can feel the difference in your figure work.
    Keep up the Loomis studies. His drawings were my original inspiration before I even knew there were art schools.
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    Here are more anatomy studies. I been brushing up on some animals and learning how to paint them. Both of these animals were done for East Bay Regional Park. They wanted animals and elements on different layers in photoshop so they can use it for their signs or flyers later. Photo textures used for the ground for the mouse. I'll be posting responds shortly. The mountain lion still in progress. Any paints over for feedback would be great.
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    Some quick designs I was asked to done for a helicopter, with the line work already provided.

    StarbonesCoffin: Thanks
    Sirio_Brozzi: Thanks for stopping by, getting tired sometimes stirs the imagination but it sure makes it hard for me to focus XD
    Dreamworker: I'm glad you like the Samurai character.
    AztcFireFlower: Loomis is one of my fav too for studying. As for the process for post #38. I tried something new and painted off a photo. I heard they do that a pixar so I gave it go. It's neat because you paint off shapes you don't normally see on a blank canvas, but you are more limited off the light source of the photo.

    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1168830887

    I'm no tech or ID guru and I got a lot of great feedback getting the painting to this:

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    ur right they r boring...i should start doin some though...nice updates!
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    cool studies. nice sb

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    Oh man the last digital paintings are great, I love in particular the mouse, great work mate
    Ciao

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    Wow! Great stuff mate! I really enjoy looking at your funny animations and the studies are outstanding. You have become strong. Just keep at it!

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    Sup Pigeon! Nice studies as usual, the mountain lion is turning out well too, check the size of the head(or neck size) and the back legs positioning, those could be relooked. Dont forget a shadow to plant him down. :3 Really liked the helicopter thumbs too, the bottom row ones have great layouts and colors.
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    RaistlinTheDark: Keep at it and always stimulate your interest.
    MeTaL-Mike: Thanks
    Dreamworker: Thanks I think I forgot to mention it's a Salt Water Mouse with Pickle Weed. Most mice look the same to me still though...
    motives: Thanks, I'm just trying to keep up with everybody here. I like animation but everything has to fit so perfectly or it skips.
    Sirio_Brozzi: Thanks for the much need critique. I thinned out the neck a bit, shorten the muzzle, tucked in the hind legs, and lengthen the tail. If there anything else yucky let me know.
    Pascallo: Thanks!

    Here is some game/online type accessories for Interactive User Interface for Piczo.com. User would take some these accessories and dress up their photos. So members can make someone a pirate or catch someone on fire, fun stuff like that.

    Here is the final version of the Mountain Lion done for East Bay Regional Park. I did a quick background using some photo textures for the ground. I wish I had more time on the fur...to do more studies. Thanks for helpful tips from Sirio_Brozzi.

    Here is a deer painting and progress as well as dojo environment that Pascallo suggested to push for a stronger background for the Samurai guy posted earlier. Thanks for all your comments, I'll be sure to enjoy some your guys sketchbooks soon.
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    good work man, keep up the anatomy drawings,
    your women look wonderful.

    slainte!

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    Hi man, the final version of the montain lion is very good, great work!
    Ciao

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    Cool cool stuff

    One thing -- with the animalz, watch the legs (like where they join to the body) -- can make a big difference... (I know, after all the flak I gave you about the knight's horse again with the animal crits...)

    Keep on keepin' on!
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    wow so many great things to look at madd skills 8)

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    Hey Pigeon! Its looking much better, but still could be fixed a little. I looked around google for a bit for a profile image of a mountain lion,
    So check this out. I think theres small issues with the neck and the back muscles that could be easily fixed with liquify in photoshop. Hope it helps!
    http://turtletrack.org/Issues02/Co04...Art/bigcat.jpg

    Keep em coming.
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