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    not sure yet if this will replace my "official" sketchbook thread but I do want to separate this from my regular thread.. Anyways, I just got a tablet PC this weekend, been pretty excited about it, this is gonna be my dump thread for the sketches I make on it.... these are the first two i did.. done in alias sketchbook pro
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    Very nice stuff!
    Im very jealous about the tablet pc hehe. Keep posting, its a very nice start.
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    I love the strong colors and how you painted the hair! Absolutely beautiful stuff so far. I don't know if it can be just because of the smirk but her mouth seems to be weirdly tilted.
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    Yo man looks cool, how do you like the tablet pc compared to using the regular tablet? is there enough room on the screen for all your tools and such? Good luck in your new thread
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    very cool man, i hope you like your new toy and make some fantastic art in it, i would love to see some lifedrawings from you made on that tablet.
    Cheers man, keep us updated
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    Well Im trying out all my art programs to see which ones suit me best for how I work.. Those first two pieces were done only in Alias Sketchbook Pro, the one with the girls (reffed from domai.com and femjoy.com) was done in opencanvas 4 (one was sketched in SBPro) and the other was an aimless brush test in Photoshop... next two will be painter and/or artrage!

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    smuli - not sure i see what you're seeing, but thanks for the crit..
    ham-e - I like it a lot, the sensitivity isnt quite the same, but i think the advantage of seeing exactly what youre pen is doing outweighs it.. still would be nice to have that extra pressure sensitivity..
    diego - thanks, i havent been to a lifedrawing session in so long, gonna take this bad boy with me for sure when i can..
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    Ok so here I tried going with as much artrage as i could...

    this first step was just the drawing.. I didnt like how textured it makes the pencil stroke at first, but I got used to it... the pencil itself is pretty responsive, but the texture tends to hurt the accuracy a tad bit.. either way, the nice feel you get from it is a fair trade..
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    Artrage's layer system is horrible I found... there was no way to make a multiply layer that i saw, so instead i took it into opencanvas, which is my favorite program to render flesh and other soft objects with..
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    finally i took it back into artrage to add the juicy brushstrokes.. they are hard to control, but they add an extra layer of interest that you can only get with "thick" paint...
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    wedding dresses! why? um you'll see

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    ok back to the actual art.....here is the first stab at the "hades bride" challenge for the week... I did this first step in zbrush, using the "andrew jones" technique..

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    I liked the indication of lace, but the shoulder area started to look too "sci-fi", anything else that people can suggest would be great..

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    Yo man whats up, this work on the bride looks good! If your interested I'll give you my 2cents: I would try to incorperate some of the great elements from the first sketch into the second design, the second design looks too subdued and it's missing those great strands that flow around her. As I said tho great work!
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    ok and i know exactly how i can do it.. thanks ham
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    hey loop, glad to see you got a new toy and started using it already. keep the girls coming, and remember the golden rule of "no face"
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    Fantastic work here!! I really love how you go about coloring your works~! Very awesome!
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