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    están del carajo tis ultimos posts Lennon, esas Hydras están dementes, tus estudios en Zbrush de las manos igual, tus ultimos dibujos y estudios anatomicas están con una buena técnica! a este ritmo vas a superar a todo el mundo en estos foros!! sigue así loco.. y ayudarás a los que no sabemos tanto como tu!! un abrazo..

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    Que locos esos personajes man, me gustan mucho, se nota que aprovechaste cada linea al maximo y salieron esos crazys.
    Muy bueno lo tuyo che.

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    I was actually gonna post an animation, but I couldn't, so I'll post this instead.
    I'm pretty close to finish with this one, I need to retouch the image, specially the face of the old woman, but it's pretty much done. Some of the changes in designs came from my friend requests (great requests if you ask me: that inferno scene looks much better as fixed part of the bg)
    I couldn't upload a flash animation (don't know why), but in it a light cames from the bowl and flashes ones vision, and when it fades the background has changed. I really like both bgs, so it's kind of cool that I was aloud to use both. There may be a few more animations, like a thunder in the inferno and stuff.
    The logo is not mine (I would wish, but it's actually from a great and experienced artist), neither the typography.
    Whenever the page is available I'll post the adress. The music is worth checking, pretty amazing stuff.

    EDIT: Scroll down for the animation.

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    -Hey matt_stevens nice to here that from a pro!
    -Entonces estaré esperando la próxima vez DIMAGYAN (si me vas a criticar así pasate a criticar más seguido! (gracias))
    -Che Gringo, cuanta humildad viejo!
    -UH! gracias Diego sos una masa viejo. Justo me elogiaste las caricaturas que es lo que más me gusta de lo que hago. Me encanta tu avatar.


    I usually don't look at references, and I know I should, so to get a better understanding of the human anatomy, I made this ones from a few pictures aviable on the net (if you want to know the page, just ask ).
    It's pretty great what you can learn just watching at the human body.

    PS: Don't expect much of this!

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    I've upload it! Ok, this is the change of background that I talked about later. It's small, but you'll get it anyway.
    As I said before, there will also be a thunder in the inferno.

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    Excellent work in here, it's been a very inspirational journey to browse through your sketchbook. You're obviously very advanced, I'm especially fond of your proportions and how well you manage to convey 3D form with such your lines. Keep it coming, sir, magnificent work!

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    thanks for dropping by my SB and for the honest words, I dont get the "ur mean to kids" thingy, but well, anyways, u got some pretty nice stuff here, keep it up, the studies are looking good.

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    Cool sb lennon. The animation is nicely done and you got some great Zbrush works too.

    Keep going .

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    Very very cool paintings and sketches in here.
    The cartoons look a bit 19th century-ish to me.

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    Nice animation man, i really like the background you've done, and your studies and practices are always fun to look at.

    Keep it up bro!

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    Oh loving the 3D stuff you're doing now

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    I was improving my anatomy studies and learning to use the clay tubes in zbrush at the same time (it's a wonderful brush). This was the result. Nothing fancy, but hey, it's a sketchbook, isn't it?

    PS: "Wrestling fighter"? Wrestler? Don't know how to say that.

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    Love it. How is zBrush to use? I've never tried doing any proper modelling before so I might start with it.

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    It's actually sort of easy (mudbox is easier, but zbrush is much better). There are a few things that may drive you crazy the first day; and a few others that will remind for ever, but it's got a very friendly interface (nice to look at). i.e. If you press ctrl and hover over some button the program tells you what's that button for.
    If you get into it, search in the pixologic page for tutorials (specially in the forums) there are actually lots of them.
    Cheers.

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    Hey lennon, haven't been around in a while. That website layout came out really nice with the effect transition. Also, those head cartoons have a nice flow to them. Would be great if you sculpt some of those faces.

    With the last one, it seems very good so far as well as a good exercise for what your aim was. Would like to see a bigger version of at least one shots to see the detail you sculpt in them. It seems you didn't finish the legs because the rest is look great.

    Anyways, good stuff dude. Keep it up!

    P.D: Por cierto, felicitaciones por lo de Argentina en las Olimpiadas. Ya era hora que ganaran algun campeonato de futbol, en especial con ese equipazo. Y Messi es un dios!

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    I was fooling around, and watching this wonderful image when I decided to go on and try to do a paint over.
    Of course the original is way better, but it's good practice, anyway, I thought that it was an interesting experiment, so I'm posting it here.
    It's Baba Yaga by Bilibin (...and me)

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    Btw: Thanks for the support ANDRÉS. I don't think that I'll be uploading any close up of that mesh, because it doesn't have much detail (shame on me).
    PS: Es verdad lo de las Olimpiadas, pero el técnico que tenemos ahora es un desastre (Basile). Acá en Argentina, desde que empezamos a perder un poco en las eliminatorias le están dando con un palo a Messi, no se dan cuenta de que la culpa es del DT. Es una pena, yo pienso que es la reencarnación del Diego (aunque no murió pero bue).
    PS2: Che, no sé si te fijaste en la página de Pixologic, pero tienen un tutorial buenísimo para hacer cosas de arquitectura con el zbrush (y también sirve para las subtools). Te recomiendo que lo veas, a mí me dejó del horto. Si hago algo con eso lo voy a postear.
    Saludos!

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    I have to post more often.

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    good one........... nice

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    Баба-Яга is great. The valueshifts give it a strange feel of those pictures where you see a 3d object if you stare at some point for some time =P .

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    I have been drawing lots of hands and still have some trouble with the arm, specially from front view (please if you can, point out what to correct).
    Also, and environment!!! (I finally am getting better with PS, thanks god).

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    I also made a figure and put it into the background. The integration is not very good but it only took me a minute.

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    Hi lennon, love where that last one is heading, tough the girl has to be more integrated like you said. Maybe you can also add some "elements" so the eye is more attracted to the subject.

    About the arm. I'm still learning that sort of stuff, but those studies look good. The muscles are a little "overdone", good to draw all the muscles but maybe you should try to draw some regular arms , maybe then you will be able to point out the problem. Anyway, if you don't feel confident about those arms, try to look up some pictures of body-builders and learn .

    Good luck!

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    Hey lennon, good job with the last environment. Indeed you are getting the hand out of digital painting. The arm studies are solid but I would be a bit more mindful over your line quality and avoid the sketchiness.
    Regarding the figure, I agree with Lyno's comment. Maybe you can have more saturated colors on the figure to attract attention to it without making it pop out too much. A thing that could be fixed is the "foreshortened" right arm. Currently, the angle is not suggesting too much of a foreshortening since it looks more of a side view or the lower arm making it look a bit off. Just double check with the mirror and see for yourself. Anyways, keep it up man, y felices fiestas!

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    YOUNG ZEUS LEARNING HOW TO HANDLE THUNDERS
    Two versions of the same drawing.
    Originally I was going to make a mountain and to place young Zeus learning how to handle the thunders, but I was really more interested into making more rocks and perhaps some other things that I've never done before.
    1-I was trying to do a "lord of the rings" type of environment, with those tourquoise color on it. I really like how it ended, so I'm showing it here. I've never done water before nor waterfalls, so it was a big challenge. I learned a lot from trying.
    After some time, I was happy with it, so I start messing around and tried to do a more Indiana Jones type of look. I also liked those colors so I saved too, and was at this point so full of ego, that I decide to try the thunder. I think that it looks good, so there you have my final piece. I don't know if I'll touch it again.

    bharat, I wonder if you realize that you've send two messages one after the other saying not much. Please, if you say something, whatever you want, mean it, don't go replying "nice man" in every SB to get people to comment in yours.
    Thanks Pran0id.
    Thanks andres and Lyno for your comments on the arm studies and the other painting. I really appreciate your wise advices. I'll get into watching pictures right now.
    I'll also check the perspective of the arm, and will post if I get anything interesting in that painting. Comments like this ones that you two gave me are always very welcome. Thanks again.

    Felices fiestas para todos ustedes!

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    I wanted to try an armature, so here it is. I've tried to get a design that looked somewhat not so common.

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    You have a great sketchbook here. Keep it up, I can't wait to see more

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    could you elaborate for me?

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    Thanks jeremyg0rd0n, I'll try to upload as soon as I can.

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