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Spellsword, yeah I see the face. There's many, infact :D
Possibly there's too much blue light, this was supposed to be pushed to the limit and maybe I went over a bit.
thanks for the comment ElisaClaes, I agree about the composition fully. That painting was supposed to be a bit different and have more elements but I gave up. And just wanted to play with the color...
SketchBook: Here's a landscape 2023918
Here's a landscape
Hey, I think you have a lot of ideas and you work a lot - that's great! I also feel that you might be rushing a bit too much - there hasn't been too many finished images. Maybe it's your process. You...
SketchBook: Thanks n1frit and GrayPersona! Another piece...
Thanks n1frit and GrayPersona!
Another piece of cake food :D
The finished stuff in the first page is strong! Hope to see more of it - nothing to critique!
SketchBook: Some really nice stuff here, very clean and...
Some really nice stuff here, very clean and methodical painting at times. Keep it up :)
great sketches! It would be nice to see some of them more finished :)
Hopefully the crisis in Ukraine will be resolved soon :(
Nexam - Thank you! you have some cool stuff in your sketchbook!
There was a bit of a pause, sorry about that. Here's something though...
SketchBook: Here's a photostudy, and one of a celebrity...
Here's a photostudy, and one of a celebrity portrait - omg wtf. It's not anything that labour intensive as you can see if you compare to the original photograph. There's much to be improved and just...
nouge - thanks, I hope I can make em better than the photos some day ;)
thejamesbanks - haha, oh wow. Don't search for John Singer Sargent, because then you will quit :D
June 2nd, 2014
nice work - nice drawings! constructing the forms seem to be paying off :)
I don't really know Painter, but see if you can find the color management tools from it. Make sure you're not working or exporting in CMYK color space. Work in Adobe RGB, or sRGB, depending on...
SketchBook: Great stuff, as usual. Keep it up.
Great stuff, as usual. Keep it up.
Nice! See if you can get the ellipses drawn more accurately in the cans, especially without the little corners you have right now. Also, should the shadows get softer as they get further from the...
Some cool studies in this thread. The one in #38 with the two ladies is my favorite, keep up the good work!
SketchBook: Thanks Kvick! Virtual Plein Air group stuff...
Virtual Plein Air group stuff
SketchBook: Thanks again for the kind feedback! Uiriamu -...
Thanks again for the kind feedback!
Uiriamu - The dog is Artrage with a couple of photoshop tweaks, you're correct!
Luk999 - Thanks. Will do. :)
Aya-kun - Thank you!
deaedbeat - Thanks, a...
Awesome work :O
much respect for the skilled use of traditional tools
Wow, that is some seriously good work. Thanks for sharing.
Pretty neat animation style. Lot's of energy in the drawings. Those environments could be really badass if rendered to finished level, they are already so promising. Hope to see more :)
Nice studies. I think you can push your contrast and saturation in many of them, in key areas. Also, don't be afraid to lose some edges in the shadows, for example in the latest image with the house...
Nice work!! Really liking those pencil drawings, wow!
Hey, keep working on those studies. They'll get your colors and values to where they need to be in no time. Those Mucha-style drawings look really cool! Good luck and keep working :)
SketchBook: Nice work! Some cool line work on the recent...
Nice work! Some cool line work on the recent animal/dinosaur drawings!
Also, bold angle on the Extra Pulp image, respect for daring to go for it - the angle itself works really well. The guy...
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