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Old 09-04-2005, 07:16 PM   #1
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Just been playing around with it and getting my setting the way i like..


Just my first fast sketch about 20 mins...
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Old 09-04-2005, 07:42 PM   #2
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cool picture!

me too has a wacom, but it´s lying in the corner and don´t want to be used by me. wish I had the courage to try something like this.

I like your style!
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Old 09-04-2005, 08:08 PM   #3
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grats on the new one.
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Model and size of the new one Kurt? And what happened to the old one? Is it Resting In Pieces ?

As for the image it has lots of life and most are really good lines and brushwork. It's a speedpaint so can't really judge it. Judge it is wrong word. I like it
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Old 10-04-2005, 09:25 AM   #5
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Im new, whats a wacom? It sounds kinky j/p j/p....But it sounds cool, what is it?
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wow, being in graphics I forget that some tools aren't as common as one might believe... A wacom is digitizing tablet, generally used to draw images directly into a paint or image editing program. If you draw... and you do art on a computer, you owe it to youself to get such a tablet.
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Oh, is that similar to like one of those USB Pens? My bro was suppost to get one of those for college(he is really lazy) but he never went through, but thanks for linkage. Like I said, I am new to all this stuff, I like to draw, but still working on that
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Its a 9x12 intous 3
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*smack* hold on let me pick my jaw off the floor.
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Playing a bit with painter essentials, and definatlly likeing the tablet been a while since i did any painting.

Im looking forward to painting textures with it instead of the mouse.
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Nice! Beautiful as always
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Hey "H" how you been? haven''t seen you in a long time hope all is well buddy=)
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yeah, I have been "away" (away = addicted to gaming)

I'm good, just kicking myself for wasting over a year of my life on MMROPG games those things are sooo dangerous... dont get hooked! But i am off them now, i went cold turkey on WoW. its the only way to quit.

I check in every so often to see how much more AWESOME you are getting and i am never disappointed.

I am still doing the same real life work stuff and slowly getting back to Maya... i still only have version 5 though i didnt want to spend the money to upgrade... but now i wish i had.


Wassup with you?

are you doing the CG talk challenge again?
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Im doing great and i too am playing world of warcraft... I wish I had the free time to do the cg challenges...
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Hmm..
i cant help but ask Kurt..what did you do wiht the old one?
and..what size was it?..Heh

Very nice sketches btw..
what else woudl we expect form you though Eh ?

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