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    Hard Soap Scum Studies Etc...


    Hi All.

    I have been doing a lot of studies for the past few months and would love to hear your thoughts. I generally give myself 1-6 hours...6 being the max. A lot of these studies were done in painter to familiarize myself with the program.

    Here are some for review.

    Look forward to your thoughts, comments, crits.


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    this looks great, cool concepts. I don't know how sure I am about the textures though.
    post some more!
    oh btw, welcome!
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    thanks for the comment


    i have posted some stuff that i did about a year ago. and thanks for the welcome

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    Great paintings. Very creative concepts. Keep posting.
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    thanks!

    as an FYI: the studies/exercises (aside from the last 3 which are my original ideas) were taken from underworld and gladiator and in no way are my arrangements, lighting etc.... these are just visual exercises for me. i just wanted ppl to know so they know the source of the exercises. thanks guys!
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    1 piece and 1 more study

    1 weird piece that i did and 1 study taken from "the good thief"
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    more stuff

    some rough sketches, some tighter sketches, some loose paintings...just more stuff.
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    Lovely pencils. Using movie frames is a great exercise. I must try it.
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    cool sketchbook so far, I like the first concept on post 3.
    using movie frames sounds like a good idea, so long as the quality
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    hmmm.damn scanner

    i was supposed to post some thumbnail char. concept/poses to my SB to get your impressions/feedback(and i wanted to post some pencil studies too), but my scanner got broke when i moved. damn, have to buy a new scanner...crap.

    just more studies from underworld and requiem for a dream(painter) and an old man i painted up a while back.
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    Your work is all great to view, everypiece offers something completely different to the last. Great stuff
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    more stuff

    thanks guys for all your comments. more stuff:

    - a handful of thumbnail char. sketches of a female warrior that i have been tinkering with...range from 1.5-4" in height.
    - some sketches that i did this week whenever i had time
    - a quick boat study from the movie Elizabeth
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    Hey there - I love the sketch from "Elizabeth". Great job implying dark/reflective water with just a few strokes. You've been busy, and the stuff looks great!
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