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    Iamgale: Hey thanks for stopping by Yeah I kind of started out on DA so I still keep that account.

    Here's a WIP of a hotrod I started yesterday. The sketch has some errors which I hope I can correct while rendering it. Markers, fineliners, pencils and soft pastels on cheap gray paper. Been a while since I put some effort into a single drawing like this, I almost forgot how much fun it is

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    Hey brother, I have to tell you, you're blowing my mind with this stuff... I love the looseness of your style, you've definitely inspired me to get out my markers!! Love the step by step, love the car drawing, even your blender is sexy! The only thing I want to see more from you is work on your characters. I have to admit that going back to Loomis and Hogarth has helped me out with gestures and faces. (you know, the usual heads hands and feet.) Bumskee's posts inspired me to do timed drills, you know, like 2 min a gesture, and do like 100 of them real quick.. I think they help you to visualize gestures on the fly, and I've noticed that I can record what I see in the real world more effectively, so my mental library of anatomy is getting stronger...just food for thought, you're bad ass enough to get there your own way! Thanks again for your support. It's always a pleasure to see what your up to!
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    Your ID work blows me away. The rendering is superb and the dynamic perspective you keep pushing is providing a lot of information for the viewer. Excellent stuff!
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    Collinsully: Yeah I should work more on characters I know I should get my lazy ass into gear I guess...

    Yosul Gongju: Thanks.

    Small time update. Done during class, we have to draw cars from photoref. 30/40 min for each single car. Markers, pencils and some soft pastels. Fun to do but the proportions are hard to get right

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    Wow! those car sketches are great, I especially like that hotrod on the grey paper, excellent rendering!

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    great work as usual man, the design and techniques is jus top notch.I'd actually really like to see a process of your marker works

    you're gunna be in one of thsoe design studio press books someday soon

    keep sharing!
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    i hate you

    but i also don't.

    yeah..

    time to draw.
    Do not, ever, under any circumstances, not have fun.


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    Nice ID stuff Yoitisi !!!
    Doug Chaing is a fellow CCS alum, and your work looks very similar
    to the product and auto design taught here in Detroit.. Those ships
    are brilliant..!!! Thanks for posting..
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    Hay wanted to finally add a comment here .. been worken on gettin the nerve too because ur so friken aswom top 5 in my favorite artist but enough with the butt kissin id have to agree u dont get enough figures done, so thats somethin id like too see more of, u ever get any free time from this asowme SB then leave me a crit it make my sketch book more worth while
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    you have a very strong sense of design
    if this is your first night, you have to fight.

    my sketchbook - http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=121451


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    Quinn Simoes: Thanks

    TheGnoll: I'm planning to say something about markering etc. in my mentorthread. Might take me a while though

    jdeegz: Yeah, definately...

    Earthenwood: Yeah the education is pretty similar I guess. Thanks for stopping by.

    Epias: Thanks man

    Demo: Hey no need to be afraid You're right, I should do more character and anatomy studies. Starting with life drawing lessons soon so hopefully that takes care of it.

    BoiModl: Thanks.

    Small update, been doodling on this critter while hanging around on IRC.

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    awesome sketchbook man, ur id stuff is balls! esp. those cars up there^ ...
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