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    I´d say some compromise between those two versions of the eow entry can be optimal....

    awesome piece of work anyway..


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    er...asspat....dont know what else to say?

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    wow, if i could crit i would, all ive got to say is i hope i can draw like you oneday

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    OMG!!! that skeleton beast is a killer!! that is som awesome work there

    But the girl in the picture don't seem to fit in, I think that she is a little to bright compared with the rest of the picture.

    otherwise great stuff you got here. ^^

    Give us moremoremore!!!

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    hp-, process,...well it started of with some lame half assed attempt at 3am, then i woke up the next morning and realized how crappy it was so i painted over the whole thing for another few hours, flipped the canvas and almost vomitted from the awful composition, then I went all out and started scribbling in some crazy cliffs and tada! so unfortunately this particular piece doesn't really have a good process that would be of much help lol I did learn a lot from it though.
    ArtZealot-wow thanks actually I was hoping for a crit on this one cause I had been staring at it so long that I couldn't really tell what needed to be worked on. I definitely agree with the atmosphere and I see what your saying about it being cramped and in need for a place that the eye can rest for a bit. I don't think i'll have time to get to all these issues before the deadline but i'll probably work on it a little more when i get the chance and i must say you have some fantastic work in your sketchbook
    merl1n-thanks
    kidult-haha, as long as its not one of those awkward asspats its good with me and thanks!
    L0rin-well just keep at it and you will though I still have a way to go my self
    Dolleater87-thanks I'm definitely looking forward to finishing that one, and yea I really need to make some adjustments to the figures, thanks for mentioning

    so I actually learned a lot with this one, its the first time I've used a texture brush as opposed to the flat brush that i always use and I must say, it sure is useful! and it definitely makes a big difference. also I realized that I've been using to big of brushes so I played around with tiny brush sizes and just scribbled in the details with gave it a far more textured look. anyway heres what i'm submitting to this weeks eow#107, no more time for anything else at the moment

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    I love that last piece and like the changes you made to it. I think that bit of atmospherics under the rocks gives it a little more depth and makes it a bit more open and gives a place to rest without pulling the canvas out. I know how time constraints can be at times. Usually when i post my near-final entries for EOW, i just leave them near-final cause im so sick of staring at them i just want to post them and walk away. At any rate, great work, you have a pretty killer sketchbook here as well.
    "I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I will remain."
    --- Frank Herbert, Dune - Bene Gesserit Litany Against Fear

    Check out my Sketchbook! Critique and Criticism welcomed.

    or my Artstation

    Or my stream on Twitch! http://www.twitch.tv/wwsketch

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    wow dude, thers some really great stuff in this sketchbook, keep up the good work.

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    Awesome updates! The soul collecting spectre beast turned out very nice. You did a good job with the cliff too. The EOW looks delish!

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    ArtZealot-hey thanks for the advice yea its tough getting back into a piece after you spent so much time on it, but I've been trying really hard to change my ways lol
    Lotet- thanks
    Christoffer- hey thanks actually though i'm still workin on the bloated horse piece haha

    heres an update on that one by the way, working on the atmosphere a bit.
    still have to work on the characters, creatures, and lighting from the rib cage

    Oh and I was just informed that my skyscraper ruins piece was accepted into expose' 7 yay!
    Last edited by James Wolf; March 16th, 2009 at 11:39 PM.

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    congratz on the expose acceptance. i cant wait to see the latest piece finished its pretty detailed alot of time and work

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    BigPapaRaels- hey thanks! its getting there, its at the point where i kinda have to step back cause I'm not really sure where to go right now.

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    ...so I just got back from the Reverie workshop...such an amazing experience! its gonna take me a bit to digest everything but I just wanted to post a few things that i did there, surprisingly I didn't get the chance to do much drawing cause I was wandering all over trying to get as much info as possible but its definitely overloaded me with inspiration can't wait to start painting again!

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    sick sick shit man. lovin your enviros. great compositions.

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    Nice! Found my way over here from the Reverie sketches thread. Thought those life paintings were pretty well done, mate. I see rings on the side... did you sketch these in pencil and still have time to shoot a picture of your page to follow up in PS, or what? You didn't paint all of the color by memory, did you? XD
    Great stuff in here. Cheers!

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    DeKal- thanks I've been focusing on environments lately so i'm glad to hear its paying off.

    staticpen-haha, thanks! I sketched them out at the workshop and then ran home to take a pic and color them in with photoshop so thats why you see the rings

    heres a wip for the "bad side of the city" eow, still workin on the atmosphere and details but its getting there!

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