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    bloodbrush's playground

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    Your painting kind reminds of Seeg Miller....... I like really nice colors and tones. I am curious what app did you use on that last painting?

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    Very neat artwork... Creative love it

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    Nice shading and drapery also! keep it up

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    pURRRPle!!! I love purple!
    Like the whole figure guy, but he seems to be too short?
    Is he eight heads? Or is he just young?
    What's that drawing program at the last one?

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    @red123456: I don't know who Seeg Miller is, but thank you! The last painting was done in paintchat, a java based online chat that allows you to draw with the most basic tools.
    @Eponine: Thanks :3
    @throtailer: I actually thought I suck at painting/drawing drapery, anyways TY ;-)
    @Diphallia: The height should be around 8 heads, but I actually don't measure while drawing. He is young, yeah, but he probably looks short because his cloths are wide. The last painting was done in paintchat.

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    Hey Bloodbrush, I dig the first character. Nice expression. Make sure to do some traditional pencil drawings as well. I like your soft style of painting but it'd look really good if you put some hard edges with your soft style. Cheers!

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    Thanks for your comment in my sketchbook!

    Interesting style here, I would like to see more Graphite drawings too!

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    @ Sketch and Ksama: thank you. ok there you go, one pencil sketch:

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    cool stuff! Its a little too soft airbrush for my taste, but I can tell you got some good ideas floating around. Looking forward to more.

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    Nice start bloodbrush. Your pieces exude a nice feeling of softness thanks to the brushes you use, some really nice rendering and characters. Looking forward to more.

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    some kind of icemonster, inspired by cute otters

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    Nice stuff here, maybe vary the poses a little.

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    Hey blood, I agree with Bojee, some nice ideas, try and explore different poses from now on :3 do some sketches, thumbnail some ideas for different positions these characters could be in, it'll add alot to your work(i had the same problem ) Ciao!

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    wow, I really love that first thumbnail, you've got a lot of talent. I agree with what others have said already, if you make the poses a little more dynamic, it will really spice up your portfolio

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    Everyone thank you for your comments and tipps!

    Ok the following speedpainting is my very first environment design.
    The painting below is some kind of turtle vehicle.
    They've been done for the Axiverse Team.

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    mm....refreshing stuff. keep posting.

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    sketch for the cg challenge

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    Really nice digital sketches, i like the firstones



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