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Thread: Vengeful forest + 2 others
July 4th, 2007 #1
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July 4th, 2007 #3
Only crit would maybe be the face of the guy in the forest. He doesn't look quite surprised/scared/worried enough.
Other than that your rendering is excellent in all 3 pieces, especially the first 2.
I'm completely jealous of how well you handled the kids in the second one.
July 5th, 2007 #4
Oh!!! I like that!
Beautiful use of colors all around, the forest is a real pleasure for the eye.
Great mood, good charcters, original angles - that's pretty hard too but somehow you're capable of giving a fresh look and feel to the old and tired heroic fantasy genre... Well done! Post more.
Take care, and keep on producing, lovely stuff sir!
July 5th, 2007 #5
Amazing, love the big brush strokes in your works and characters in the second one are great.
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July 5th, 2007 #6
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I love the forest one, though two things about it jump out at me - the orc looks kinda bored, and the vine wrapped around his leg is too uniform, like it's a thorny cable. Maybe if varied in thickness, or had nodules or ltuberosities, it'd look more fitting with the rest of the scene. As it stands, I can't really believe it has anything to do with the trees
The color and the atmosphere are amazing though!
July 6th, 2007 #8
great work, I really enjoy the first 2. I agree with kateoo's crits, but overall really nice stuff. the 3rd don't really speak to me, I think if the blue character and his creature would be more focused and alert on their target (the beast could for example look at the prey instead of away into the distant void) and also in the event of doing something, like trying to capture her or slay her, that would add some spice to it. The same goes for the blonde.
Thanks for the inspiration!
July 6th, 2007 #9
Amazing use of colors. This is a great inspiration for who, like me, it's tryng to improove his color skills. Your pinks, purples and oranges on the first piece, it's great. Differently from other guys, I think that the ogre's expression give a great sense of anguish and hopelessness and the body pose it's perfectly fitting.
The second piece are so sweet. Cool characters, nice details.
The third doe's not convince me...perhaps about the great level of the previous. Blue monster's face seems a little flat and the girl's pose seems a little too rigid: the back a little too straight. But, hey, that is just my two cents.
July 8th, 2007 #10
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The piece has already told a story. Its true that the orc is looking less scared. Very beautiful job. I envy your work.
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Hey bud! Nice stuff, didn't realize this was your post! Duh.
I really like those kids, like what if Norman Rockwell played D & D.
And that forest scene is really effective too!
Good stuff as usual.