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Old 01 January 2007   #31
sweet gesture drawings...that's what i gotta get practicing on! Thanks for the inspiration!
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Old 01 January 2007   #32
Gord-MacDonald, ahh you are too nice, thanks.

Roja, hey! yeah gestures are heaps important I think. I started off from the 15mins gesture thread here in cgtalk.com tho. thanks!

FOr some reason, these didn't make it on the last post.








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Old 01 January 2007   #33
OMG... OMG.. OMG...!! How could I miss this thread?! Awesome stuff here dude!! keep inspiring!
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Old 01 January 2007   #34
I didn't know you were still updating this thread. Good to see!
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Old 01 January 2007   #35
anandpg, ha! thanks man

Martin, booooooooo yeah I know i spam too much.. haha.. so u going to semi?

some stuff... bleh


lunch doodle at work.. er...


IRC 1 hr challenge, brownie, forest lady


black rose, cgtalk DSG challenge 55mins?


ermm something I was working on.. but on hold now..


cgtalk dsg "black knight" this is a second attempt btw..55mins



and had took out few hours for myself tonight.. yeah!! and drew some chicks..









and a pencil work, I struggle so much with a pencil.. doh it's something i dearly need to work on.. but yeah a page i saved..



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Old 01 January 2007   #36
Great stuff here for sure.

I really like your forrest painting and the black night. I would love to see that forrest one rendered further, your sense of lighting and colour are great on that piece.
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Old 01 January 2007   #37
Pooky biscuits!

Fantastic update...just love the fast black and whites. When do we get to see a finished piece from you? ^-^

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Old 01 January 2007   #38
Wow. Those B&Ws and the forest tunnel are great, as are the line art characters. Fun thread to watch
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Old 01 January 2007   #39
Daaamn I mean...yeah..wow! I'm astonished how much you can do in so little time. This thread is one of the most inspirational to me
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Old 01 January 2007   #40
hey min!

-beautyful work as always. i love how much life you get in those farely few and simple lines.

-r
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Old 02 February 2007   #41
I was so happy to see a sketch thread from you, ever since I saw your sketches in the DSF.
I especially love the more stylized sketches. The guy with the top hat is too cool.
 
Old 02 February 2007   #42
Holy crap dude...I'm speechless. You're work is so inspirational. Such elegant, simple, and refined line and use of pattern--you have such a appealing presentation of visuals. *depressed*

Damn I need to study a lot more. I know the ultimate key to learning to draw is practice, but in addition do you have say 3 favorite books to study from? Also, when you were learning, what did you use for reference to draw from? I know I should be drawing a lot from a live model but its rather difficult finding a studio that offers open figure drawing.

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Old 02 February 2007   #43
somebody get me to a respirator!

great stuff man.
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Old 02 February 2007   #44
Very good textural work. Like the look you get in your speed paints.
 
Old 02 February 2007   #45
Originally Posted by Salubri3i: somebody get me to a respirator!


Ahahah.. ditto. Holy moly, this is some seriously good work. I love all of it. Your black and white work, even down to the simple girl sketches have a lovely touch of the gothic about them, but I was very drawn to the blonde in the red coat in the forest with her dog... the colours on that are amazing, especially that little touch of green in her hair. Masterful stuff. And hugely inspiring!
 
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