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    zelda_geek: thanks
    Wasker: thanks for the encouragement!

    i 've done a ton of anatomy studies, mostly to figure out legs, hands and poses in general... but im not going to show that crap because its not worth it... btw, the first one is heavily influenced by mr. bumskee

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    Yo bro! I dig the figures just give em some faces. The color peice looks really red. but its nice I guess you could ad a third color aswell. Maybe some green in the shadows on the red. It looks as you might have added a little green, just a sugestion of green. I thing you could amp it a bit. Chers bro!

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    Awesome work lately, your studying is paying off fast!!
    Keep on squeezing your brain, that art juice is worth it.

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    I really like the new vehicle! it looks like the front driving wheels could be spaced our depending on the terrain or functionality. The back arms could have some due to the pivot on the arm, but what about front suspension? The last landscape is good - the magenta on the side as it fades off bugs me a bit, maybe too much of a hue shift to feel realistic. hints of small rocks and pebbles on the ground might make the mountain feel larger if we have multiple sized objects to compare it to. heck even put a little cactus down there and I bet it will feel big.

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    Love those lines on the first lady. The color study is looking good too.
    Cool .

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    the figures are looking gooood man!
    liked the finished car! (do you do 3d as well btw?)

    but i'm sorry, the retard creature wins over all

    keep 'em coming!

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    TheGnoll haha, tanks mate, i didnt use any 3d program for the car. its all ps yeah, the retard creature was a very complicated designproces, im so proud of that drawing you cant imagine

    lyno: thanks lyno, i looked through your sb, i left some icecream for ya!

    Jakers: hey man, about the suspension, it would be cool if it had a visual clue that there would be a suspension system there because it has to be there to be functional, so i totally agree. the comment about the enviro kicked my but also.. i did some studies about that you can see it here in this post.

    AustenFM: tainks mait

    B-Man hey man, you;re right about that environment, its kind of red haha i did some studies about the subject (landscape) to try to get better at colors.

    Here some landscape with main focus on colors.... i will do a LOT more of these!

    i also do some id excersises since i want to become a teacher assistent and all,.... i need to be able to explain stuff so i need to be better at analyzing why i do things

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    looking good man! really love that bumskee like girl, don't we all love him?
    i like the landscapes, although i think it needs some more brushes/textures. and maybe some more saturated colors, especially in the far background. never done landscapes myself, maybe i'm wrong, just my stupid opinion. keep rocking!

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    I love the enviros mate! bring me more!
    Cheerios bro!

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    Sjeez, your SB is really amazing. Only saw a few pages, but from the first till last page is incredible improvements (looks almost like another artist took this SB over)
    I'm speachless...............

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    Dromer: hey dromer, thanks for those kind words.. im not another artist im still the same chap.. i gues practice pays off.. but i still have a looong way to go hehe

    B-Man: hey mister b! they are more colorstudies really.. actually im not so happy with them now i see them.. i will do some more off course because i gotta get better at them

    Frank Gressie ya i agree on the brushes thing.. it would make the piece alot better.. but im still a bit of a brush noob... so maybe i need to make some brushes that mimic the textures i see on the photo.. about the saturated colors in the background, im a bit confused. because colors tend to be less saturated in the background typically... hmmmm ill think about that..


    here are some foundational ID drawings.. im training to get parrallel lines in PS, pretty difficult at start but now it feels pretty easy... i abuse the mirror tool to get all the angles of those lines..

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    yeah thats what i ment, lesssss, almost grayish...

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    ok, then you mean desaturated ^^ but i looked at the photo's and it wasnt that desaturated :/ hmmmmmmmmmm

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    DUuuuude...

    Also, watch out a bit with your point of view on those last studies, you're taking a pretty high up one on most of those. 90 degree corners means your looking right on top of a product

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    hey dudey!

    ill take that into consideration.. they are not quite 90 degree, but i understand that its a bit to close to 90 degree to be realistic perspective... ill practice some cubes from a less high camera view..

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    wip for IDW#109 supersonice pizza courrier

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    AAAAAAAH my values suck.. the lines are killing me (figurative speaking)

    story:

    IDW#109 supersonic pizza courier

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    In the future, the world is getting densely populated and people are forced to live in extremely tall skyscrapers. Elevators are elaborate (slow/low capacity) so transportation through sky is a lot more efficient. Also, the rich and poor are getting more separated and crime rates are higher then ever.

    Pizza’s are still popular in the future and have to be delivered. The typical scooter is being replaced by an air transportation vehicle, called a speeder. Being a pizza courier in the near future is a very dangerous business, because they need to deliver in the bad parts of town as well, where they often get robbed and killed for the loot. Luckily, when the courier is in danger, he can get into supersonic mode (push the big fat red button). Once this is used, the speeder will go to supersonic speed in 6 seconds. It’s wise to aim at the sky because once it is used inside the city, you’ll crash for sure :p

    “it’s a shitty job, but it’s good money … and I like money…”

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    really cool idea! well executed 2! dunno about the shoes though...and somehow he needs a cigarette, cause its "a very dangerous business" haha! really want to see it finished, good luck

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    Thats one cool concept! your little description is really good aswell and goes well with the drawing.
    one question: are those teddy-bear ears on the helmet? it kinda takes the edge off the toughness, no wonder they get robbed in the bad parts of town driving around with that

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    Frank Gressie: hey, thanks! i dont know what wrong about his shoes about the cigarette, i forgot to say, smoking becomes illegal in the near future no seriously, i tried the cigarette but it was to cliche so i left it out.

    braintree: in holland, there is a pizza delivery company and their couriers have to wear this bear helmet... personally thats one of the most recognizable things about a pizza courier, so thats why i put it in... in holland you see them all the time with bear helmets^^ as you can see, the logo of the company contains a bear so its their mascotte or something



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    hey mate !! awesome sketchbook !! ill be following for sure , i can only say keep up those studies n such , i see they are working really well for ya !!

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    goddamn dude, i LOVE your work
    seriously. your stuff is KILLER. and your improvements from page one to now? astounding... awesome job man.
    and you dont have your own website yet?

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    vibhas_virwani: thanks, nice entry on IDW!
    TheDirtSyndicate: woow thanks mate, i was working on my own site but i figured that i actually have other things that prefer my attention right now

    an old anatomy study and thumbs/studies for IDW, crappy excuse for an update i guess... lately im not drawing that much because im busy with school. although... im drawing cars lately, uuhu,... im trying learning basic proportions of cars etc... not worth showing.

    and i won the second prize at a design contest (the future scooter) and earned one hundred bucks! kewl!
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    heey you got some cool concepts going on here! Nice scooter design!
    lol @ bearhelmet can't believe people really wear those things! thx for the share heheh

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    yay for the win!

    diggin the recent work on the pizza scooter man!

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    Emrey: thanks, yeah, they you should think so, but actually, those bear helmets look pretty cool and its usefull because most of them drive like idiots so you recognize them from a good distant ...

    gnoll: hehe, thanks homey!

    after smoking a joint i love to paint abstract crap like this one

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    some photo studies, concentrating on getting values down as usual.. really trying to concentrate to get the exact right amount of contrast between the values.

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    Nice update, I think the last one is my fave though, great angle A+

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    doing good so far , keep it up! maybe raise the process a bit , that might help , keep it up

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