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    lurker in light

    Decided to start a fresh sketchbook since for a long time I had no updates in my old one and just wanted a new start.I also changed the account name

    here is some bits from the old sketchbook..
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    Cool robot designs, and very interesting robot in the third image, be awesome if you took that guy further. Post more.

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    "Imagination will often carry us to worlds that never were. But without it we go nowhere." - Carl Sagan
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    thanks Yautja892

    and some recent ref studies.. crits needed. I will post more later
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    dancing bot sketch, some overpaint over older stuff doodle, head and a little face sketch from bridgman
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    Hey dorobo nice updates since I last visited. Really enjoying the dancing bot sketch. Will you be taking the sketch further? Think you might push the values a little more on the black/white painting, seems like the lower background is conflicting with the girl. Nice head studies as well. I think the apple could use a background just so it can pop out more, and might be able to read the values more. Maybe add more contrast on the shadows and some stronger highlights. Oh never commented on that bug, I think if you added something to incorporate that bug it would lead to an awesome t-shirt design, eh at least I would wear it.

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    copic sketches

    Yautja892 good to see you again
    yes Iam taking the dancing bot for further development at the moment trying colors for background ( could be a hot desert ). Thanks for the crits about values.. it seems I should use more contrast. good idea about t-shirt design..

    some time ago a did series of sketches with COPIC markers. Actually it was based on Scot Robertson technic.. so here goes some original scribbles and something that came out of those later on. comments and crits always welcome
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    Oh yeah I like the BUG!!! I want to have print of this ink piece on my wall!!
    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1175684649
    oh and thanks for the nice words!!!
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    Those black and white mech sketches... Wow.
    Really like that last one, too. The bird thing. It's nice to look at.
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    The skull got me to stop and look in, there's some nice stuff here, especially the Black and white/tonal work. I'll look in again.
    "absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee

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    Hey dorobo, thanks for dropping by my sketchbook. You have got some neato ideas here. Please keep posting!
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    Really cool work dude!

    Definitely like what's happening here:
    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...5&d=1176709680

    Now scan that in high res, then in PS use your crop tool and start looking for cool mini-compositions. Once you find something that works well, crop it and blow it up. then start working on that again. This little excercise has always lead me to astounding results and stuff I would never have thought of other wise. These type of experiments are also great for establishing texture in an image. Hope what I say makes sense hehe, see if works for you.

    Thanks for dropping by my book man!
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    thank you all for your comments

    maxetormer
    I would love to see how it looks on your wall (:

    HunterKiller
    I am glad you like

    Bojee
    you are most welcome (:

    CouchPotato
    I will post (:

    Brendan N
    It realy make sense to me. I like to use abstract stuff experiment and so on.


    tiny update. 1st is some older madness with brushes in ps just trying stuff.
    than some walking figures from ref.and 2 no ref sketches. It has to be pencils next time (:
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    That first piece is really nice. It's funny, it almost seems like there's two people posting work because its all so different.
    "absorb what is useful, discard what is useless, and keep what is essentially your own." - Bruce Lee

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