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    Nethus Cheers man, you're to kind

    Zephyri Wow, wasn't expecting a post from my favourite LMS entry, a travesty you didn't get through

    yAdam Yeah man it's me

    Kian Cheers matey. Much appreciated.

    Some new stuff:
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    Cheers,

    Stu.
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    An Art Crusade:headhunter speed and the new Art crusade painting i'm currently working on (River Guardian:Thunderfalls Crossing).

    Sellis' sketchbook!
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    Crits welcome,

    Stu.
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    great stuff keep it up
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    Dammit! Love your artworks...just sneaked in after seeing you the first time posting in COW or at least i didn't remember entries from you before

    Keep up the hot shit...You have many skills, which are relevant for a great artist. Good designs, rendering, composition, you know how to create atmosphere etc

    Really awesome and promising.

    I won't leave without a note though...

    Your images look all a little bit monochromatic, which can be a matter of style no question, but sometimes a different, opposite color to the general color theme gives the artwork a POW and a BANG

    It's like you did 95% percent of the work perfectly, the last 5 % you need to set selective and wisely and there you are

    I made 2 quick paintovers on 2 of your artwork, to show what i mean...i hope you don't mind. Basically i added some minor details, with opposing colors to the main theme...the changes are very little, but the effect is unlike larger:

    1. The focus gets another important detail and appears stronger
    2. The color theme gets a nice twist, resulting in a more interesting impression
    3. It gives more definition, depth and volume to the relevant areas
    4. A little story is implemented only through this small additions (in this case about the chars)
    5. Better separation between fore- and background
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    Almost missed this great sb.
    Your B&W sketches are fantastic, I wish I know how to bring costume into my characters like you do. And your environment is still improving, #53 really shows that.
    Love it!!
    It should always be bore in one's mind that he must be responsible for his life........

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    Impressive sketchbook , upu kinda have everithing that i like to do , character , enviromental , tumbnails , studies , ... this is my favorite
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    Neat sketchbook. Those little Sci-Fi military concepts are really good man, they look convincingly solid. Really like the way you work in monochrome, colours are looking good too. You have some pretty solid skills.
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    more more more )))
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    I like what i see in here. definately subscribing.
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    subscribed. and i have to agree with fuzzybear, because those two minor adjustments on your pre-existing sketches really make a difference. i'm really diggin your ideas and where everything is going but try out some different opposite and different colors in your sketches and see what you can come up with. just a comment to try and make you expand. other then that i really like everything you've got going on. keep it up brah.
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    nethus Thanks again man

    Fozzybar Wow, cheers for stopping by, much appreciated. I know exactly what you mean and ill definately take that into account and try some new stuff out. Thanks Again.

    Unsharpened Cheers for the kind comments.

    flamable Thanks man.

    donalfall Again, thanks a lot

    elker lol certainly. I'd be happy to.

    Lord Dubu Thanks, ill try and update as often as poss.

    Kolya Yeah man, Fozzy's right i'll definitely be giving that a shot.

    Thanks again all.

    My River Guardian: Wish i could have spent more time on it but deadlines are deadlines!!!

    Sellis' sketchbook!

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    And another headhunt.

    Sellis' sketchbook!

    Stu.
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    Hey stu, nice work on the char thumbs. Environments are good too. The last two are cool although imo the characters could be more clearly defined with lighting and contrast. Shweet stuff
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