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Chris Tregenza
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Apologies to my American friends. You have enough nutjob politicians without the UK sending you more.
Outgoing UKIP leader Nigel Farage is to address supporters of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at a campaign event in Mississippi.
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+Elaine Betts yes!
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This sort of post is the best bit if running a Kickstarter.
 
I got this late last week and I'm really happy with how Age of Legends turned out as a physical artifact.

+Chris Tregenza's clean layout and nice colour scheme for the new 6d6 books really sits well with me. I really like it.

I haven't had enough time to actually get to reading anything more than a few random paragraphs. This joins the reading pile and I'm looking forward to digging into it.
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Things are arriving. There is still time to grab Age of Legends at Kickstarter prices.

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An attempt for a more artistic take on the model rather than striving for 100% realism. Before starting the image I applied a background of 8b pencil to the entire page, smudging it with a serviette to breakup the lines. It did give me a useable…
An attempt for a more artistic take on the model rather than striving for 100% realism. Before starting the image I applied a background of 8b pencil to the entire page, smudging it with a serviette to breakup the lines. It did give me a useable background but it made putting down the details more …
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After watching some more vids on shading I’m trying to remember the order of shadows: light half-tone, dark half-tone, reflected light, accent, cast shadow. The aim is to produce a better 3d effect / more realism in my drawings. In this image I was…
After watching some more vids on shading I’m trying to remember the order of shadows: light half-tone, dark half-tone, reflected light, accent, cast shadow. The aim is to produce a better 3d effect / more realism in my drawings. In this image I was working on the shadows of the breasts combined with the folds …
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It's funny how capturing an illustration from life lends so much plausibility to the lighting. I think that aspect is extraordinarily hard to do from the imagination alone.
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This is my most ambitious work to date and I’m pretty pleased with results. The shape of the face on the left is too wide and rounded. Which is obvious now but I only saw it once I had finished drawing. It is amazing what your brain doesn’t see when you…
This is my most ambitious work to date and I’m pretty pleased with results. The shape of the face on the left is too wide and rounded. Which is obvious now but I only saw it once I had finished drawing. It is amazing what your brain doesn’t see when you are focused on the …
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My erratic focus on shade and form continued today. No particular techniques, no agenda, just drawing. The photo above makes the drawings look a lot better than they are. I am pleased with the work but that photo really makes them shine. I assume that by…
My erratic focus on shade and form continued today. No particular techniques, no agenda, just drawing. The photo above makes the drawings look a lot better than they are. I am pleased with the work but that photo really makes them shine. I assume that by dropping certain shades and emphasising others it by chance …
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Much improve!
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After yesterday’s focus on skulls (which I forgot to post, images attached to the end of the post) it was a more random day today. Simply drawing life poses, going wherever my pencil took me. This evolved into clothed models and hair as I worked on…
After yesterday’s focus on skulls (which I forgot to post, images attached to the end of the post) it was a more random day today. Simply drawing life poses, going wherever my pencil took me. This evolved into clothed models and hair as I worked on shading and texture. Very pleased with the hair on …
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6d6 Fireball - Home of the 6d6 RPG
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6d6 Fireball is the alter ego of Chris Tregenza. A bit like Superman and Clark Kent except with less spandex.

This account is all about my RPG work and RPG activities (which are pretty much the same thing). For other stuff, check out my personal G+ account. 


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