October '05 Jam: Luba

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Postby karl » Sat Oct 29, 2005 3:26 am

great stuff everyone!
ok heres my go at it..
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Postby karl » Sat Oct 29, 2005 3:32 am

one more thing: leander - that is awsome! i didnt see the last version at first, my screen resolution is not that great, i had too scroll right..
cool to see all stages,but maybe next time scale down the image a little, I was probably not the only one who missed it..
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Postby Tyl3r Martin » Sat Oct 29, 2005 1:10 pm

Woohoo, got one in before the next one starts in a couple days!

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Crithon: That's a pretty wild coincidence.

Kristen: Thats very cool and fun.

Armando: Not shitty, but very stylish. The second color version was very cool, liked the colors.

Matt Stewart: Another great piece from you. The washed colors leave me wanting a little more though, I tend to like your warmer more vivid colors.

Remco: Very cool, the color version too. The B&W is strong but the color version is very brilliant... I'm not sure which one I like more in the end.

Fanooch: Thanks for creepin me out again.

Hobo: Cool take.

Don: Nice exxxxagerations, another fun piece.

Woodchuck: Very cool, you have to look at it a few times. =)

Leander: Beautiful! That's quite a style, very strong. Thanks for the making-of version.
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2hr of trying to learn to digital paint with values

Postby fal$eProfit » Mon Oct 31, 2005 1:24 am

Basically I painted in all the greyscale values as best I could and then did another layer on top of that set to COLOR. Then I did just a bit of adding highlights and added a layer to color burn to get the deep shadows. I find that works better then trying to get the color and values on one go.
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aaaaaaaahhhh

Postby tadem » Mon Oct 31, 2005 2:15 am

argh so the month's almost over and I haven't had a chance to finish this one up yet... T_T hope I'll get to soon, but here's my pass at this before the month's over!

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there really isn't all that much I want to do, now that I think about it, but I definitely need to touch a few parts of it. sooon I hope.

great stuff everyone!
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Postby Ronin » Tue Nov 01, 2005 12:20 pm

karl wrote:one more thing: leander - that is awsome! i didnt see the last version at first, my screen resolution is not that great, i had too scroll right..
cool to see all stages,but maybe next time scale down the image a little, I was probably not the only one who missed it..



Actually, I think it was a good thing he made it the size he did. Having to scroll over to the right saved the best for last. It also gives one more time to appreciate the previous work instead of jumping straight away to the final result.
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Postby Ronin » Tue Nov 01, 2005 12:30 pm

Alice wrote:Well, I dont have that experience in boobies.
However, a good friend had a boobjob and I think hers are the best looking boobies I have ever seen. And they feel real too. So, who cares, really?
Anyways, heres the picture i ment: http://www.bobified.com/malin/wipscans/ ... oor008.jpg just write a note when you have seen it since I have no right to have it uploaded.

edit, Prolly just me, took a tour around the web for pictures of her :)



Y'know, you could be right. In that 2nd pic posted with her sitting forward on the stool, her breasts have a strange contour around the bottom. Especially on her left one.

In that link you posted, she has a more natural shape and doesn't have that subtle circular portrusion. Alas....
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looba

Postby mykestyle » Mon Nov 07, 2005 1:50 pm

I know it's late but i didn't feel like drawing Johnny yet :P
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"There's a fine line between fishing and just standing on the shore like an idiot."
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Postby Cobblepot » Sat Nov 19, 2005 4:35 am

Little late, but I got bored.
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LUBA

Postby Phoebe geebees » Tue Nov 22, 2005 9:13 pm

Hey BurnComics long time no speak....i finally got internet....

I gotta get myself back into drawing mode.
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lamedame.com ROCKS my SOCKS!!!!
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Postby Vik » Wed Nov 23, 2005 1:29 am

I like that one! Would love to see it cleaned up though. Ink it!
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Postby donpinsent » Wed Nov 23, 2005 2:29 pm

awrsome!
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Luba art!!

Postby Everarts » Wed Nov 23, 2005 3:02 pm

Fantastic drawing Phoebe geebees!!!

Made me do a some pencil ant coloring to!!!
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sketch & photoshop
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Re: LUBA

Postby Everarts » Fri Dec 02, 2005 10:34 am

[quote="Phoebe geebees"]Hey BurnComics long time no speak....i finally got internet....

I gotta get myself back into drawing mode.
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ur site seems under construction...

love to see more of ur work

greetz!
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:)

Postby lukmiszart » Mon Dec 05, 2005 2:05 am

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ZOOM:)
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