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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 loish.deviantart.com/journal/6…

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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.
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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!
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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.
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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 :( 
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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.
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loish Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2014
wow! what a great achievement! congrats :]
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yf19-sama Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
..and more are incoming!
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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.
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AbrilDink Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2014  Student
I love it when artists take a dump
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DesmondeKapi Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
HAHAHAHA
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