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February 15th, 2007 #1
Sketchfactory (Updated: TODAY!)
here are a few sketches i did in photoshop, ill try and get more scans up on here later. its almost 230 am here... and i am abouts to pass out. thanks for the feed back.
Last edited by Slav; July 23rd, 2008 at 01:00 AM.
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Nice start, I like the enviroment with the ship the best, I think your images could use some cleaning up a bit but other than that great job, keep it up and develope your skills.
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thats sexy really nice style man watching this book ! :>
*EDIT... it all kicks ass !
February 19th, 2007 #7
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Very HAWT!! more!
this is my fave:
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February 19th, 2007 #10
Hey Slaw, i really like your digital stuff. Expecially the lava beast is freaking aswome. The last pencil sketch you added is also very interesting, im hoping to see something similiar in color. Keep up the good work m8!
February 19th, 2007 #11
Nice start! keep up the good work!
February 19th, 2007 #12
dtran: thanks allot, i am working on it pld:
Beelow: whaddup budddeee, i figured it was about time to put some stuff together and such and junk. working on a folio so figured what the hey, might as well start something up here.
Mika.K: hehe i wonder if i will get to color it. i have quite a bit on my plate right now with school looking for work making a folio and i want to start helping out a friend organize a better life drawing program here at OCAD. we need some serious direction here :| but ill try!
chrishly: thanks allot i hope to see you back soon!
Jens: i looked at your site and i must say, thanks allot man means allot. i been having problems carrying over from traditional mediums to digital. as i am sure many have stumbled here and i am not the only one. its allot easier to draw traditionally then it is digitally at least draw and maintain a unique look.
February 19th, 2007 #1321 year old artist workin' to improve!
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Got to say Im really enjoying your pencil characters. Would love to see more. Most of them look smudged real bad, or is that the way you wanted them to look. If not, try to get some fixitive, hairspray works just fine too. Cant wait for more.