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    well this is long overdue... as you can from my reg date, i've lurked around CA.org for a while, even went to the Austin workshop. but i've never been all that active in posting my own material here, which is something i intend to change right now
    first up is sort of a poster for my soon to be revamped site.
    after that are some moleskine scans from a 8 month trip i just got back from. hope you enjoy.

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    all due credit (and apologies) to marko for that first fellow on the left. he gets into everyone's bloodstream, doesn't he?

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    edits: just trying to suss out the preview thumbnail business. argh.
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    and here are various digital pieces from the last year or so, most of them done fairly quickly.

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    more painting

    from the last few days:

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    very cool gauss. I see you were retooling some of the DW2 pieces as well. diverse designs and techniques. Alot of fun looking at these. Cheers!

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    haha, the re-envisioning of your DW2 character was drawn when I was in Bangkok--that's when I went on that mammoth posting jag, since I couldn't upload any art. But I liked your design so much I had to doodle a version of it in my sketchbook--I think your final version turned out rather nicely, btw

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    Oh man, I came here to show some solidarity to people who's thumbnail has broken (like me) cos i though 'someone with kickass art is probably getting overlooked because of this thumbnail thing' and lo and behold here you are! First one I clicked and there's really good art hidden inside.
    I'd be interested to see what you do with colour, your lines are nice and loose so it'd be cool to see some more polished colour pieces.

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    Forget that last comment, the freakin page didnt load properly so after I clicked submit on my message, a load of colour pieces popped up :|
    They are just as hot as your pencil work by the way

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    funny how your version it looks a little bit like me.

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    Holy snacks! Lots of nice detail with everything

    It's unfortunate though that your figures who hold all this detail have poses that don't quite stack up, they appear a bit akward and unsophisticated in comparasin. Not BAD by any stretch, but set underneath such skill in detail it is a bit distracting.

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    rhineville: thanks man, and I hear what you're saying. Longstanding issue of mine, and probably the weakest part of my figurative work.
    I studied industrial design, that together with learning to draw people relatively later than more inorganic type material should give some explanation, though certainly no excuse Thanks for reminding me, though. Always something to work on.
    Here's another in a very static pose for you as well as a weenie bit of enviro work. Talk about an area I need to really get it together in...
    oh, and the top one i played around a little with Matthias Snygg's brushes he posted in his exclusive sketchbook. i'm fairly adamant about building and using my own brushes primarily, but just playing around with them taught me a lot.
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    what's this? another issue of FUTURETIME?!
    (forgive any issues with the hip-shot perspective... i hadnt really intended to do a background at all, it just sort of came out that way).

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    Cool SB! Great paintings and drawings, I love your style man
    Cheers

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    quick paintover/manip of a modeler's enviro set. ought to spend more time on this one.

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    wow i realllly like your work. ... however i think personally i would enjoy ur characters being more rendered .. the digis i mean, I LOOOOVEEE THE pens! stop by my book if u get a chance, id appreciate it!

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    oops, forgot to give u 5 stars!

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    thanks man.

    oh torture-bot, who are you after now?

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