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Old 01-23-2006, 07:24 AM   #16
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...why oh why did I decide to do this iright before the Workshop?


Because you are a sucker for extremely pressured situations? Makes for faster looser art work?
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Old 01-23-2006, 07:27 AM   #17
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Originally posted by Queensoul: Because you are a sucker for extremely pressured situations? Makes for faster looser art work?

That is SOoooo true!!! I was just thinking that tonight...I so work best under pressure. When I am waiting and there's nothing to do, I am a horrible slacker. But give me a million things at once, and suddenly I am Miss Organization! Figure that!

BTW, I saw your post on OFDW 011 ~ but I can't reply to that thread, all of today...sorry Queenie...my computer seems to choose 1 or 2 threads a day to which I can't reply...

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Old 01-23-2006, 07:45 AM   #18
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One more small update before I collapse...ack......waiting for Europe to wake up can be exhausting... Goodnight, all!


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Old 01-23-2006, 08:07 AM   #19
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Yay! I can't wait to get started on this. Unfortunately, I'm out for the next 2 days but will get on it as soon as I get back. I'm going to do what Mecha did and grid that painting. I think that will be my best shot for getting this right.

Amazing painting.
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Old 01-23-2006, 08:39 AM   #20
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Awesome start!


Excellent sketch Mecha!!
You could post it as the initial sketch to the real painting and people would believe you (minus the scanlines of course )
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Excellent choice Rebeccak! Great start! I'm probably going to use the same 'method', blocking in with masses instead of linesketch. Your using Painter or Photoshop?
Can't wait to get started on this one! This schoolday is going to feel loooooong

Mecha Hate Chimp: Wow, great sketch! I would be totally satisfied if I could put out a sketch like that
 
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And as soon as work stop piling up, I´m in!! I´ve been waiting for this one.

Great start Becca and Mecha . That grid is good to have

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WOW........ great idea becca, i really need to find time for this (stupid exams in 2 weeks....)


@mecha: really good start! that you can accomplish that while listening to hip hop ;PPPP
 
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WOW........ great idea becca, i really need to find time for this (stupid exams in 2 weeks....)


@mecha: really good start! that you can accomplish that while listening to hip hop ;PPPP


Simple... study 15 mins, draw 15 mins, study 15 mins...
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Old 01-23-2006, 10:53 AM   #25
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I don't like how the colors are bleeding all over the place, but I console myself by remembering that it's still not done and I'll make it more perfect when I get to the details. Began with my third charcoal sketch, going to add in the other people/creatures later. I'm posting now because I'm about dead on my feet and I probably won't be painting on this again for a couple days.

 
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Ohh I ll do this one, cause I really like the painting Cheers
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Great idea Rebecca and good work so far.
The picture provokes me so much that I also began to draw. First I began also with gray tones, but that is not my thing, I thus roughly the colors distributed and then I merge down the graytone-layer with my color-layer.
Here it is:


@Mecha Hate Chimp
Yes, great start with your sketch! Can't wait you coloring it.
@Vizon
Wow, you are so far with the details, also good work so far.


(Sorry for my very bad English.)
Ciao,


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Wow, guys, so many responses! This is to be a great Workshop for sure!

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Rebecca, this is me trying out the first stages of the Anthony Ryder technique. Not technically the BEST work (as stated in the rules), but I thought you'd be interested to see my progress using the book.

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Old 01-23-2006, 12:17 PM   #30
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Great approach, Martin! I more or less did the same thing with my piece...it really helps! Great to have you aboard this one!

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