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    haha man that last render is awesome. Glad to see these amazing heads fully rendered. Those "doodles" are also badass. Its always a pleasure to stop by.

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    that was rendered with just the zbrush software?
    how did u get such a good drop off with the depth of field.
    the depth of field bluring is what really makes this image feel real
    pm me with the answer please.

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    Looking very good! Impressive SB!
    I love the 2D work and your 3D work is very solid as well. I'm not to sure about the colours for the latest (3D goblin head) texture though. The greens seem to clash with the red/pink in it. It also seems to lack a bit of detail in the specular map. Nothing much to worry about though.

    Cheers.

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    Just the right amount of subtle lighting in all of these makes them pop out so much more - It's great.

    That simple and quiet one of the monster guy in the park especially gets me. It's not quite clear how it was made, which gets me to keep looking, and it's such a great contrast of a peaceful scene and something clearly dangerous that it's got a lot of interest to it. But at the same time it keeps that contrast subtle and doesn't take it to the point of being cutesy. Great work.

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    Wow, replys!

    transroboball: Thanks man.
    kidult: Thanks man, yea, one day left, next time!
    Mitchell: Thanks, and thanks for stoppin by
    DanielC: Thanks, yea, havnt benn in like a year!!
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    roidvoid: Thanks! haha I have to admit I dont evn know what a specular map is I just poly painted the model and then hit best render and cut and paste a backgroun in in PS.

    These are all just realy quick reffed land scapes, tryin to get my eye in with the colors and tones

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    hey man, just looked through your whole sketchbook, you got some amazing stuff here man. Your characters are really friggin cool and that zbrush stuff just blows me away. How long have you been using that program? did it take long to get used to?

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    Frogisis: Thank you very much for the kind words

    Quick_Sketch: Thanks man! I have been using zbrush for a couple of months now, you get used to skulpting quite quickly but there are still tons of thing I dont know how to do with it!!

    Some stuff, used some ref for da face of the B&W one.

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    Nice colour studies man, haven't been here in a while and the improvement is awesome. Hope you keep updating more regularly, I'll be keeping an eye on this book

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    Hey Miles_, thanks for stoppin by!

    Compuer crashed But its fixed now so back to the drawing board: First one was just testing out some brushes, + some BAD pencils....

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    Cool character design. The third from the left has a kickass pose!

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    Man, crazy 2d and 3d skills? landscapes and characters? Is there anything you CAN'T do?

    Great work, I prefer your loose approaches than some of the tighter pieces i've seen in your previous posts. I absolutely love the latest landscape paintings! I'm a complete 3d-idiot, so i'll just say those models look amazing.

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    Edit: sorry about the double post, sometimes, my computer plays tricks one me.

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    hey man, love the character designs! would love to see more of those

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    Chate Noire: Thanks
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    Surion: Thanks, might do some more

    First a face from my head then a self portrait.

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    You're doing great, keep it up !

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    really interesting SB- impressive colors and brush-work.. u've got no problem with it - awesome works men. cheers!8)

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    At the risk of sounding like a fanbot - great as always!!

    mmmm....try...crit...mmm.... Some of your figures weight seems off. Kinda leaning back alot.

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    Hey, really amazing, top level.
    Only thing I can say is that in 369# down, the first figure is out of balance.
    Great great stuff. Cheers!

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    wow, bud - you've mad very nice progress. Can't wait to see what another year of growth holds for you.

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    DanielC: Thanks for stopping by man
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    kidult: No problem man, my plan is to ammas enough fanbots to eventualy take over the world, so far its just you and me hehe. Oh and good point a bout the balance thing.
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    Just a small thing...

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    Awsome work love the colors you use in your art.

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    seeing your progress from page one to now is outstanding! awesomeness +1
    cheers.

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    Fucktastic,man!!!I love your 2D/3D stuff man!!!More moooooore!!!!

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    Very lovely, dynamic work! Awesome SB!

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    Man! your stuff has gotten a lot better since the first page of this thread! The 3d creatures are extra nice!!! Makes me want to do some polypainting!!

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    man, you totaly rock

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    Lol the last character looks creepy as hell! good work man. Heh I've got to get you to work with us again really soon!

    DaZ

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    Very inspiring updates! Love the character painting in post 369, great design.

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    great improvements from page one dude : ) keep it comin!

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