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    The background is a little bit too close to the...

    The background is a little bit too close to the horizon line, and the foreground has the opposite problem of being to perspectivy. Try using a grid for just some basic perspective, even in complex...
  2. If I were you I would not go through with the...

    If I were you I would not go through with the image. You need to learn how to draw first, copping other peoples artwork and then changing a little bit to pass it off as a concept will get you no...
  3. I hated my first concept so much that I decided...

    I hated my first concept so much that I decided to do a new one...

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  4. Heres my work... The bottom thing is a very...

    Heres my work... The bottom thing is a very rushed, quick attempt at a space motorcycle...
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  5. Composition, Lighting, General Critique.

    So here is a piece that I am working on currently. I figured that before I go too much further I would just ask you all if there is anything that need to be fixed or changed before I start...
  6. Thread: Mech WIP

    by Renzowolf
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    Your perspective, although technically correct,...

    Your perspective, although technically correct, is compositionally boring. What I mean is this. If you moved your horizon line lower down on the page, then the mech would appear a lot bigger and...
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    Composition Critique

    So this is a painting that I started and overall I like the concept, and the mood for it, but I feel that the composition is somewhat lacking. One problem that I have identified in my work lately is...
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    Your perspective is skewed in the second image. ...

    Your perspective is skewed in the second image. It looks like everything is lined up along the horizon line (as it should be) but the distance between the vanishing points seem to change for the...
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    Another thing to keep in mind are the shadows. ...

    Another thing to keep in mind are the shadows. One of the most prominent things in snowscapes are the dark blue shadows that really define form. Currently there is only like 5% contrast in the...
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    The Lost Path

    So these are my latest. I am trying to keep both of them in the same atmosphere/world but I still feel that I could be a little more creative when it comes to lighting. My biggest problems right...
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    SketchBook: I am curious, what do they teach at FZD that...

    I am curious, what do they teach at FZD that gives you all such perfect linework? Seriously, every student that goes there comes away with the ability to make amazing digital ink's.
  12. Thread: First Timer

    by Renzowolf
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    I agree with Damjan about the anatomy and...

    I agree with Damjan about the anatomy and rendering. I suggest that you also try to study perspective which helps almost any mechanical object appear more real. Try doing some material studies,...
  13. Good question. Actually, when I painted them I...

    Good question. Actually, when I painted them I was only thinking in terms of basically trying to draw four different pictures on to one canvas. From a concept art perspective though, I should...
  14. @Tiny Bird Thanks for the advise. I have found...

    @Tiny Bird
    Thanks for the advise. I have found that asking people to help, even in a forum where it happens naturally, usually gets better results than just posting without comment. Also, this is...
  15. If a giant had thumbnails and cut them into rectangles and then painted on them...

    So I tried to implement most of the advise I received in my last post into these four thumbnails. If everyone who see's this post could just reply with one or two pointers no matter how stupid they...
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    Sorry for snarking. It was meant to be humorous,...

    Sorry for snarking. It was meant to be humorous, maybe I need to start using smilies and lols at the ends of my posts

    Thanks for the advise though. The part about scale was helpful, I really...
  17. Thread: Prisoners.

    by Renzowolf
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    The lighting is weird, I suggest using a...

    The lighting is weird, I suggest using a reference from a movie.
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    Please, Critique

    Anyway, I havent drawn anything digital for a while and I figured I would try my hand at it again. After doing so, I felt that I really am not getting any better or learning anything new. So with...
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    Make your foreground character smaller and make...

    Make your foreground character smaller and make your monster more detailed, with more contrast. Right now you have two figures competing for the main focus, it would be better if you make one more...
  20. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSVFil_2TV0&feature...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSVFil_2TV0&feature=player_embedded

    This video clears up some of the problems that I don't have the time to describe. As for basic things, the skin material looks...
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    I am somewhat new to digital painting, and...

    I am somewhat new to digital painting, and although I can't point as good as these examples, I do know what he is doing. I need to research this topic more but I believe it is called brush economy...
  22. Thread: Critiquebook

    by Renzowolf
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    SketchBook: Critiquebook

    Hi all, this is my first post here on Conceptart.org and my main reason for doing so is to get peoples opinions, hear critique, and ultimately get better at drawing. I am 17 and am planning to...
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