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    Sellis' sketchbook!

    Hey all,

    I'm pretty damn new around here so i'll just start by posting my CHOW 77 entry. I'll be keeping this updated as often as i can so please keep giving me all the c&c you feel i need.

    Hope you all enjoy my work and help me improve.

    Cheers all,



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    that looks great!! . took me some time to recognize the person there btw .

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    looks good. two things. one the legs seem kinda long, and his head is too high. his neck should be alil shorter. other than that, i really like the detail work.

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    Pencil1 Cheers for the comment.

    Showdownmetal Yeah completely agree with your crit. Cheers

    So here's a quick sketch to try and speed up my application of values, don't think they're all correct but don't know if i can see em!!!



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    Here's a WIP for a current painting.

    SO COME ON FOLKS HIT ME, i want this finished sooooon



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    I don't really see a whole lot that needs to be done, you might consider making the lines and edges a little sharper. Other than that this looks really good so far.

    Remember, just because you have their attention doesn't mean you have their respect-Dale Gribble (from King of the Hill)
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    The second update to my Demonhunter.

    More crits please



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    Yeah, had to look for a figure on that first one.
    As to the current one, it seems that the lower body
    does not attach to the upper body, the furthest leg in particular.
    Looks like you could cut and move the legs back to line up.
    Other than that, it is coming along nicely.

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    Sellis... nice start... show us ur sketches!!!

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    Here's an update for you all to crit to pieces,

    Coldrum Sketches coming soon







    All crits Welcome so go for it

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    The trees/foilage in the background of the demon hunter WIP seem a bit faded to me, as if they are translucent. Also I don`t know if you want to make a bit of room for the sky between the cloud to help the composition? (although that`s preference I think)

    With the towers, more detail in the extreme foreground mabye?

    Really nice work though, I`m jealous.

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    Wow! love your work. inspiration blast!

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    I'd try making that guy's knee more prominent, The silhouette confused me around the leg area, I'd just raise it up maybe 10 degrees or less- because it runs parallel with the sword which throws the eye right now, but a small change to that will increase the effectiveness alot! =)

    awesome stuff too, keep posting please!!

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    Haven't been on in a while but here's a sketch for this weeks COW 'The Stormbringer' More to come!!!



    Stu x

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    Some more roughs





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    very good work, like your creature designs.. keep comin´ four stars

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    Hey Sellis

    I really like the subtle colours you're using here, some inspiring stuff!
    More please :-)
    I'd love to see some of those creatures full-size all rendered up!

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    lovely colours, and the demon hunter is very energetic.

    you seem to have a decent knowledge of anatomy, but there are lots of problems with proportions ie length of legs/necks . . . makes me wonder whether this is deliberate?

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    Hey all,

    Fast art Thanks very much

    Halfmonk Again, Thanks

    Bones Weep Tedium You're right, i can sort of grasp anatomy but its something i need to practice a lot more in order to make my characters more convincing. Thanks for the kind comments though.

    The next stage of my COW 98



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    My Finished Stormbringer




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    New Sketch



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    awesome work you got in here! I dont have any crits, uhhhmmm youre doin everything fine you just need to do more! more more more more! studies too, those would be nice.

    but yea, everything comes with practice and repetition

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    just a quick pencil doodle.......



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    Quite the little SB ya got here, Sellis

    Luv that Stormbringer, especially... but then I have yet to see anything here I don't like!

    Carry on, sir

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    wow thats some nice stuff you got here.
    like your coloured stuf, nice atmosphere in there.. but your pencilwork kicks ass too

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    Mr Delicious Thanks man, it's a confidence boost coming from someone like yourself

    AmontilladoAg thanks a lot ^^, comments like that spur me on

    lema Cheers pal, gonna try and put some more pencil work in here, kinda spend to long in front of the computer screen. Time to give traditional media more of a chance

    Anyway here's my WIP for IDW#45 Robot Gladiator.

    Crits please.



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    A quick doodle! I might colour it



    Stu

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    some colour, i wanted this guy to look sort of infected so a few stains and some flying dirt....just wanted to try out some hard dry media brushes.



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    moving the hand was a masterstroke

    am v impressed!

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    Heres some preliminary sketches and silhouettes for my CHOW 90 the antagonist.






    Crits please although i don't have time to consider them have to get the final done!!!!

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