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    Great stuff Yoitisi, specially like the vehicles, that A2 is awesome.

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    creepy needle thing looks good

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    Natzuur-JK: Thanks! Yeh working with markers requires a bit of care sometimes.

    n00dles:Industrial Design here is a very broad study. More than half of the bachelor not only deals with the visual and aesthetics but more with technology and contruction (manufacturing and engineering etc.) and design processes, marketing and company strategies etc. The math and physics is way past what you get in high school, but if you managed to pass that it shouldn't be a problem with a bit of hard work. A lot of the courses are team work so you'll probably spend a lot of time at the faculty. Hope that helps

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    Okay time for a small update. I've been all over the globe lately so haven't gotten around to much drawing.

    First one is a gun design I made for the Bad-ass Gun challenge on the ArtOrder blog.

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    This one was for the Secret Santa here on CA, I forgot to post it since I had to keep it secret until my secret santa got it over the mail. I kind of ran out of time on it so I'm not totally happy with everything.

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    Something I made for my girlfriend to cheer her up. She likes penguins

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    ..and a sketch of a triceratops, made while waiting for my computer to do stuff over the course of a few days. I didn't check any reference for it which kinda shows but meh.

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    Who sais penguins can't fly?

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    Wow! Awesome works!
    The gun is truly bad-ass. Submachines are awesome. Handguns are awesome. Therefore, submachine handguns win by default. Love the orc-picture, and the penguins are adoreable! Lovely textures!

    Though my favourite is still the triceratops because of the nice hatching and because dinosaurs are just that rad.

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    that triceratops is schweeeeeeeeeeeeeeet! no ref? coulda fooled me.

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    hey man, killer sketchbook. Was good to hang with you when you were in town, hope you stop by again some time.

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    Niceeee updates. I saw your entry at ArtOrder blog and read the comment about it. Sometimes it is hard to know what is badass while keeping it logic. Still I like your concept a lot.

    Your colour mood sure have improve a lot. Keep it up!

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    That's one bad-ass gun. And flying penuins, lord oh lord, brilliant.

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    Love the rendering on the dino man. That sketchy stuff just looks cool

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    Dude.



    Lovin' the gun design.

    Keep it up.




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    Bill: They're floating with style!

    MonkeyDominator: Thanks! Yeh I do wish i'd used some ref on that triceratops though, I might've finished it if the head was more correct.

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    Liam Harvey: Don't forget to take breaks though...

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    Been noodling on a pin-up painting for the past weeks. Since I'm not at home right now I can't do regular work on it but I hope to finish it soon so I can post it on this blog that was just started by Daestwen:

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    Check it out!

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    The industrial design is still pretty awesome as always.

    How ya been anyway? (Matte_art here)

    And I love the penguin piece as well

    The paints on the newest one are good, but it looks unfinished. Maybe this was intentional? I'm not sure. But either way, keep up the good work.

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    Mat Kaminsky: Hey dude, how's life? All is well here (for now ). And yes, it looked a little unfinished because it wasn't...yet.

    Here's the final version of it for now. I think I'm kind of done with it for now, though I might get back to it later on for some minor tweaking. For now, I'll focus on some other stuff I think.

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    Absolutely stunning sketchbook, I'm just amazed by all your fantastic industrial design stuff.

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    Here's a WIP for the current ChOW: Atlantian Anarchist. The description I posted in chow so far is:

    "Decided to go with a slightly different route on this one than most I've seen so far. For some reason I remember reading a story when I was a kid about Atlantis going down beneath the waves because they meddled with nuclear power, bringing down the island in a massive catastrophe much like Chernobyl. So, my reasoning was that in the time period of my character Atlantis is in its last days just before they started developing nuclear powerplants and the like (plans for a power plant are going to be on the parchment behind him). It's well after Atlantis' peak of power and knowledge and its culture is in decay when our revolutionary is trying to gain power and public support for his plans for regaining their old glory with the new nuclear technology. Rather than through violence and war he's a pacifist and tries to convince his opponents with reasoning and debate."

    Lots of work still to be done on it

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    nice updates im digging the color scheme in the last one
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    Second WIP on my ChOW, working away on the background a bit. Hope I didn't make it too difficult and time-consuming on myself with adding tons of people in there though

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    I like the composition on this last piece, I think you should shift his right (our left) a little to the left tho, to make it go less straight back. Right now it looks like that would really hurt, or you could twist his torso a bit.
    Or maybe I'm just not as limber as those atlanteans.

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    coming along nicely Yoitisi but the hand on the canvas looks too big assuming that both hands are the same size. the twist would hurt like hell. angle it off a little bit. the arm on the canvas that is, unless the characcter to double jointed. keep up the good work.

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    Nice sketchbook! I'd like to give my 3 cents on last sketch. You're building very nice mood in there! I like the colours. You may want to check anatomical things, but for me it is not a tragedy. What bothers me is that 'staticness' of the character. His arms are parallel to canvas borders, what flattens perspective a lot. This also applies to the audience. I think it is to better to when 'implied lines' are angled, what gives a feeling of dynamic composition. Waiting for more, because I love the mood!

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    Thanks for the crits guys, it helped me a lot to figure out his pose a bit more. I changed the pose a little and lowered his hand on the board. I tried to go for a slightly uncomfortable pose, something he might strike while in the heat of his argument, but the horizontal line of the arms kinda killed that indeed.

    Still needs a bit of work on the torso, and then I can put some more work in the background.

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    Really like the last version. I wanna see the ultimate version!
    I like the concept, I like the progression, I like the illumination.

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    no more pain in my shoulder i can articulate myself much better now.

    AH coming aling nicely

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    Totally loving the duck hat you gave the girl! Awesome!
    Nice stuff. Some of your skin tones seem a bit muddy, but I'm sure you will fix this. I think it is you laying too much of the same colours over. You could try doing a study where you are only allowed to use 100% opacity brushes. Would be useful in my opinion, to see if it is your brush stokes or colour choices.
    Anyway, apart from that it is looking top notch. Keep doing you thing!

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    I absolutely love the atlantean anarchist.

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    nice work really like your recent study of the lady laid down

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    Great character concept and execution in the Atlantic Anarchist one. Really intressting seeing it grow from start till now. The only thing I can comment on is the paper rolls in his bag(?) they look like leather, are they supposed to be leather skin that people have used to write on for thousends of years or were you going for paper?


    Btw that triceratops without ref, you're insane!

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    I am shocked at how cool that BRUTUS jr. mini-smg is. Now that you've hatched the idea, you know that it's only a matter of time. So damn cool, this thing.

    I'm also really impressed by your anarchist. You really managed to fix those crazy proportional issues, leaving the goodness of its hair and its face and the passionate pointing, with convincing diagrams and all the goings-on and such.

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