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  1. Poll: The CHOW brief was for a WWII character, which...

    The CHOW brief was for a WWII character, which means keeping him/her within that historical context. The nudity, sexual innuendo, and general style of portrayal of your character is far off from...
  2. Poll: 645366 ________________________ Copyright: Karl...

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    Copyright: Karl G. Nyman, Concept Art, Characters, Historical, Photoshop
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  3. Ha! I can imagine you wearing the exact...

    Ha! I can imagine you wearing the exact expression your avvie has when you typed this, Shan' :D
  4. Thread: Need critiques

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    Hi, Lisonia. Without seeing your photo refs it's...

    Hi, Lisonia. Without seeing your photo refs it's a bit tough to know what suggestions to make regarding some aspects of your work like how things are interpreted from photo to brush strokes. But I...
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    Poll: 638357 SYNOPSIS: It is his final regeneration,...

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    SYNOPSIS: It is his final regeneration, and the good Doctor is retiring, looking forward to exciting millenia of transdimensional shuffleboard and scholarly research for ASSMAF (Association...
  6. Thread: Need critiques

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    Before going into the discussion you've...

    Before going into the discussion you've requested, could you answer a few questions, please? It will affect how I might answer, and perhaps others' answers as well.

    1) Do you use photo refs for...
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    638360 SYNOPSIS: It is his final regeneration,...

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    SYNOPSIS: It is his final regeneration, and the good Doctor is retiring, looking forward to exciting millenia of transdimensional shuffleboard and scholarly research for ASSMAF (Association...
  8. Thread: Need critiques

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    Personally I think the use of distinct brushwork...

    Personally I think the use of distinct brushwork is a big plus with this image, it lends a very fresh and unpretentious feel to the work. This does not look like a fully-finished painting, the...
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    1) Please reduce the size of your post so the...

    1) Please reduce the size of your post so the image can be seen without scrolling. Generally about 1000-1150 pixels wide or 850-900 pixels deep are good maximums.

    2) Showing the work at such an...
  10. Thread: landscape 2

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    Very nice evocation of a summer day, though I...

    Very nice evocation of a summer day, though I think there should be enough ambient & reflected light, as well as atmospheric perspective, in such a scene that it would lighten the deeper shadows...
  11. Thread: Peachy- help!

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    It looks flat & plain because you haven't...

    It looks flat & plain because you haven't established and used throughout the rendering a consistent light source, and the forms aren't fully modeled. The BG rendering is also very flat & plain, with...
  12. Thread: a dancer.

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    From looking at your other work on your blogspot,...

    From looking at your other work on your blogspot, this looks heavily photo-referenced. Could you post your ref source, please?
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    Art: One procedural suggestion: to make sure your...

    One procedural suggestion: to make sure your proportions are working, lay in all parts of the forms first in rough, then work the whole figure/sculpt toward the ideal. Working to high detail in...
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    Art: Looks to me as if you are using what I sometimes...

    Looks to me as if you are using what I sometimes call "comic book" proportions (not a put-down, mind you), where all the normal proportions are exaggerated to a near-the-edge degree. This can work...
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    Concentrate on learning human form and...

    Concentrate on learning human form and proportion, everything you've drawn is very flat, shapes only, with little indication you know how the forms turn into the depth of the picture space....
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    Ask yourself: "Is that flash shadow doing...

    Ask yourself: "Is that flash shadow doing anything good for this image?"

    Yeah, it's in the photo, but it's your choice about putting it in the painting, which looks really good imo, other than...
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    I think you have a good balance so far between...

    I think you have a good balance so far between the masses and planes and the textural qualities, strands where they'd be obvious and work well, textural strokes elsewhere. The less distinct contours...
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    The proportions you're using for the facial...

    The proportions you're using for the facial features and the head size in relation to the body, even given the armor, are those of a young boy, age 8-11 perhaps. Here's a re-proportioning that may...
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    The proportions you're using for the facial...

    The proportions you're using for the facial features and the head size in relation to the body, even given the armor, are those of a young boy, age 8-11 perhaps. Here's a re-proportioning that may...
  20. Also keep in mind that there is generally a lag...

    Also keep in mind that there is generally a lag between state-of-the-art tech and military usage, particularly in less advanced cultures. Example: in the American Civil War, a principle tactic was...
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    Actually perspective is quite a bit more...

    Actually perspective is quite a bit more important when viewing an object close up. Here's a reconstruction with some formal perspective indicators laid on:

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    First I revamped the figure's...
  22. A few thoughts: Armor is first & foremost...

    A few thoughts:

    Armor is first & foremost functional, so don't be too afraid of having that determine the main forms, unless you're going for something purely ceremonial & decorative;

    Imo,...
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    Work hard on human form, proportion and anatomy,...

    Work hard on human form, proportion and anatomy, the figures aren't fully convincing due to frequent errors in these areas. It sort of looks like you're trying to solve all your problems at once (ala...
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    A quick thanks to all who've commented on my...

    A quick thanks to all who've commented on my piece, very much appreciated, and particularly again to DIMAGYAN for the astute crit. I went back to my earlier sketches and made a few small tweaks to a...
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    Poll: 624216 St. Mary's Hospital Pediatrics Dr....

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    St. Mary's Hospital
    Pediatrics
    Dr. Lois Halson, Consulting Psychologist
    Private Notes on Patient Admission

    Patient: Mary Jane Doe, aka Mary Bluelights
    Age(s): Physical: approx 12...
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