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Great stuff. Glad you're still at it. Don't know if you remember me, but send me a message sometime and let me know what you're up to.
I really like the above landscape.
Hey guys, sorry, I kinda moved and forgot about keeping this updated. Will be trying harder now!
Here are some more generic poofarts! Will try to post more pencil work, I've been sketching old master stuff, lots of fun. Also, school starting up so more life drawings will hopefully appear :>
nice generic poofarts thar
super high quality work, keep it up.
Great Stuff Justin, i like how confident your brush strokes are. When trying to more impressionistic or quick paintings I usually muddy it by erasing or going over an area too much. I really dig the portrait of the older guy!
your environments just blew away my mind. Those are really great. In fact I want to study your colors.
Hello and Nice to meet you.
Visit my sketchbook >.<
your awesome dude. i didnt recognize your thread anymore because i thought your sketchbook icon was a waffle? but i guess you changed it, glad i came back in here. love your work man! dont know who pushed you down to 4 stars, but ill try and bump ya back up to 5 where you belong! amazing stuff man~
fantastic work! im going to go back and look all the way through
sb most art copied to page 1
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awesome seeing the progress from page 1 to the last! Congrats very nice
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Hey, don't know if you remember me from ages ago...
but damn you've gotten real good. You have inspired me to start a sb here.
LucidCognition: It's all about knowing your stroke before you put it down. Not that I'm great at this, but it's a sensibility that's easy to pick up with traditional painting- you have to plan the value, the hue, the stroke needs to follow the form, what strokes came before, what strokes will come after. Some mediums allow for wobbliness (oil, for example), but something like acrylic is like ink- there's a permanence to your strokes that is hard to avoid, so you really need to be sure you are making the right ones.
Goog: I remember you, you got really damn good since last time I saw you! congrats on being at Ringling. Kick ass!
here is some experimental thumbnails. I will be building a robot in Modo for a class and am using it as an excuse to get some mileage doing robots. I think I'll do some tech studies before doing more, as these were a pretty big flop. Thanks all for looking, the response is encouraging. I forgot how good of a motivator it is to look through the sketchbooks here!
Love the bots. my favorite is the top row, far left - he looks agile and speedy... lethal. Love it!
Your designs are pretty awesome! I like this environment too, I mean, I like all of them but this it's my favorite
It's amazig, I think that the best, are those lightings and such
keep the nice work!
Always love seeing your work Justin. Its good to see you posting.
Loving all your experimentation with the very brushy, textural stuff. It looks great.
Hope Art centre is still going well and I'm guessing that 343 Internship was damn good too.
Keep it up buddy!
Hey all, glad to see some familiar faces
School has started so its hard for me to do personal work, but in about 2-3 weeks I"ll have a nice hefty dump to show.
here's just some doodles in my freetime and a 15 minute life-painting. As usual, thanks everyone for all the kind comments!
Really energetic and wonderful use of brush strokes, great work!