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Monday, March 22, 2010

The Green Box

Here's a downscaled preview of the sheets I posted over at The Art Center... it's about a simple but effective way to get to know your own creation better.



The colours were picked from an ice pop ad:


Update: I added some fat brush concepts and tests to my recent post at the AC...







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16 comments:

  1. Cheers Tom! :o)

    Tyson, you're welcome... thanks for stopping by.

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  2. I've been following your work for some time now. Love it. Congratulations, very helpful image.

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  3. Hey Florian, thanks for dropping by my blog and leave a comment. I only have to say: Wow!

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  4. Ramitxon, many thanks - really love your work and your sense for obscure creatures :)

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  5. Great, as always. Your color schemes are amazing.

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  6. Thanks Javier! I picked the colours from an ice pop ad :o)

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  7. Florian thank you so much. I love the art center. when did you make such an amazing website. How did you get all of those artists to be apart of it? Thank you again!!

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  8. Thanks Neil but the credit goes to Randall Sly and Rad Sechrist who made this. I was invited by Randall to join the gang ;o)

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  9. Oops, my mistake, sorry about that. Well thank you anyway for posting at the art center. I think it's a awesome blog, everyone here at work are talking about it, and that's how I found out about you. You are an amazing artist!!!!

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  10. Neil, many thanks for your feedback, I appreciate that, cheers!!

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  11. That's SO GOOD!!!!!
    I like your style!!!!!!

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  12. Hey Florian! I've been a longtime fan of your work, so your comment on my blog is much appreciated, thanx so much!

    It was your blog that got me using the blue pencil, which was a big eyeopener at the time!

    If you'll excuse me, I suddenly feel the urge to draw ducks now...:P

    Back to the drawingboard,
    -Edwin Rhemrev
    rhemdoodles.blogspot.com

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  13. Love the process breakdowns, especially the "fatbrush" studies! Trying to loosen up with my drawings and the posts on Art Center have been a revelation. Keep 'em coming, and thanks!

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  14. Edwin! Thank you so much for writing such a kind feedback! ... Cheers! Love your art!!

    Ryan, the same goes for you, thanks for stopping by and giving such a interesting feedback! I appreciate that very, very much!

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