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sketchblog sketchdump 6 by loish sketchblog sketchdump 6 by loish
dang, i've been so inactive here on dA! i've been doing a lot of freelance work lately, not all of which i can share with the world at this moment sadly (which is heartbreaking because it's some of the best i've ever made!). whenever i get a chance i try to squeeze in a rough sketch here or there, just to be able to draw non-work-related things. here's some of the stuff i posted in the last months for those who don't follow my sketchblog ! this batch includes some environment doodles from a california vacation and my jogging route here in utrecht, as well as some drawings referenced from old family photos.

all sketches drawn in photoshop cs5 with a cintiq 24HD. for more info on my artwork please visit…

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yf19-sama Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Do you, at least, have a link or keywords for the freelance projects you mention? Something we can eventually check later.
loish Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2014
nope! one of the projects was art for a tv commercial that has been put on hold, another was for a triple A game that has not been announced yet and is still in development, and another is for a toy company that keeps its projects very confidential until release (which probably won't be until 2016). trust me, if i could say more about what i've been working on, i would have shared it with everyone already!
yf19-sama Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
I see..
Thanks for the precision.
BTW I've watched your youtube interview, the way you managed your artistic profile is clever. Its unfortunate that you are already injuried by overworking.
I recovered from a similar experience two years ago involving one of my favorited sport..badminton. I progressed a lot in a short period of time with self-learning method during a summer but by neglecting the recuperation phase I ruined my plan to enjoy my new level.

I considered resting as fully part of the "active" phase in order to give it the same commitment.
loish Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2014
how unfortunate :( rest is definitely one of the most important aspects of being able to maintain any kind of repetitive-arm-movement activity. especially in the art world, it's seen as a positive thing to work constantly and give everything 200% commitment, but the 'rest' part is often overlooked :( 
yf19-sama Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Note that we are pushed / programed to forget the balancing principles of resting and its goes somehow with the fear to die (+ get old, become unable to continue what passion us) but to me those controlling thoughts become powerless as I got in touch with some core truths..

I FULLY recovered from that serious injury who also preventing me to run by practicing some energetic SELF-HEALING modality.
Now I am in WAY better shape to a point I reached top of Mt Fuji with my winter travel pack.
loish Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2014
wow! what a great achievement! congrats :]
yf19-sama Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
..and more are incoming!
SineSquared Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2014
Well even if you can't share your best stuff, it's fun to see any work at all from you!  I love the quality of movement in your faces.
AbrilDink Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2014  Student
I love it when artists take a dump
DesmondeKapi Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
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