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    Neat. There's definite improvement here. Thanks for commenting.
    Wish I coulda swung the academy.


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    Weee an update! That's been a while

    Liking what I see, you've definately become more loose over the past months. Too loose maybe. In most of these, a sharp and defined focus point designwise or compositionwise is missing a bit. For example, if you'd gone in with some more color and placed a few more brushstrokes around the cockpit in that Small Water Supply Vehicle sketch, it would have really punched the design out better. Quick sketches are cool and usefull to keep the mind flowing, but it might be helpful if you'd spent some more time on these.

    For some of the ID sketches in here (like the AT-ST walker like vehicle) the Polygonal lasso tool in PS is an easy way to select a flat surface and quickly put in some color. You'll end up with sharper defined edges while getting gradients in there is really simple.

    Anyway, keep 'em coming

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    first time a see your scketchbook and i was amesed to see your art evolution really enjoy the meka concepts steel they are some perspective errors but steel very fresh!! hugz

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    Post lad, post!

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    updates?

    Hwo are you doing J ? And where are the updates?
    Cheers.

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    Great atmosphere! Don't put yourself down. This is good work.

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    I like that envoirment... i think the contrast is a little out of balance withc makes it more difficult to read... but non the less nice effort doing this without ref. keep it comming!

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    Really like what you are doing!


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    some great stuff in here, cant wait for next post

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    Hey man, this place is doodleishious, and oh you bastard! You got to go to the workshop. I would have gone, but god dammit it is fucking expensive going over the pond on a whim. I wanna go the next time they get one going (can't go to the upcomming one*_*)

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    Loving what you have here. You can see definite improvement in your anatomy from page one to here.

    I really like your ID work and environments. Keep it coming.
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    I like the hip shake on that mecha.

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    These IDWs are coming along great!!! You better keep this up!
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    Last 2 updates are epic mate

    keep it up

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    Thx for the comments!

    Some stuff done months ago. I will update recent work soon.
    Almost all of it was done to get a temporary portfolio together. And uhm all I can say about it is that I know my fundamental skills are lacking and I'm working on those fundamental skills as much as possible.

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    nice updates,

    tnx for the steps for creating the environment (reminds me a bit of the central station in antwerp ^^)

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    very naais stuff i didn't see yet. your anatomy (specialy the head) is working uit great! it makes me wanna goe practise!

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    Great SB! Thanks for the process on that train station piece.. Really useful to see how you approached the different problems!
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    i think those vehicles are of the hook in terms of your details, i think thats a very strong point of your designs. the yellow thing is awesome. it got some perspective issues, but appart from that its ok, but one thing to look out for is to communcate the big picture in terms of what is the purpose of the vehicle.. because i dont understand what the vehicle is used for.. you suggest it has something to do with the barrels on the sides of the vehicle.. but if it is storage of liquids, why wouldnt it look more like... say.. a truck?

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    Wow your sketchbook gave me a boost...

    Vacation has not done me justice, at all! Been sitting still for 2 months while I was planning to waste a forest in paper on drawing... Damnit!


    Keep it up!



    Oh and btw, do more of those marker drawings from the first couple of pages, they were awesome!


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    Hi Epias, haha..I just spent over half an hour going through all of your pages here,
    and I must say I am more than impressed. Seeing the evolution and improvement page after page is really a joyfull thing to see.
    The ID and enviro sketches are great, and this last whole page is just amazing.
    I'm looking forward to see some new updates here keep it up!

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    Cool SB mate.

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    very nice man , i see you work on lot's of stuff design , characters perspective , color , weapons that's really a wide range , but why don't you focus on one of those subjects and take them to a whole new level

    take care

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    I would like to see PortfolioP1 in a higher resolution. Is that possible? :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonas Heirwegh View Post
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    @p sage: thx dude. I'm not worried about the stars, just getting my stuff out there again after 2 years Thanks for the 5* though, appreciate it!

    Sketch from some online drawing software. I forgot the captain wings, won't happen again :p

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    Nice set of industrial drawings you've got there . Reminds me of Syd Mead's work. awesome stuff

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