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    roger enthombed!

    didn't really do much today, lazy me got caught up in a book he was reading hehe But here is a little bit of progress on zu environment! I hope I can show more tomorrow.
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    Hey D!!!
    The last one is really great!!! i love it! Think the mood is pretty cool!
    I think the sky is still little bit to bright! but well u will work more on it i think!
    so really looking forwar to see the final pic!!
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    MAN! Nice looking environments!

    Keep 'em coming...
    Do me a quick WIP of some of those, so I can learn how to do some good environments.
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    Hey what's up, D. How's the progress going with that last environment of yours?
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    Veeerrrry nice job on the environments. I've always had trouble with those. D:
    and the hatching on angry fat thing with a stone hammer is so neat and tidy. alkdsjf KEEP POSTING.
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    hey all!

    Soja, Ill see if I can make the sky a bit less bright, have been trying some things already to accomplish that, but didn't really worked out the way I wanted.

    Malakai SinClair thanks! hehe, perhaps I could post my progress and how I work step by step once, though I doubt if anyone will really benefit from it :p

    Mydrim Thanks, I will visit your sketchbook asap (the group is getting biiiiiiig)

    Whitevillage Still working on it dropped in a robot, but I'm not showing it untill I'm a bit further on it.

    ailfox thanks! I will

    Sorry for the lack of updates past weeks. I've been rather busy, just started a new job which swallowes quite a lot of my time, but I will try to keep it daily again. GREAT news is, that I've got a wacom since today! So I don't have to mess around with my mouse anymore. Right now I'm just messing around a bit to get a bit of a feel for it, but I can say already that I'm in love with my new equipment :p

    So here, are some small things I did today, I ofcourse did more past weeks, but I have to sort that out and scan it first. Will do that tomorrow!

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    Nice backpack man. [lol]
    I'm loving that cup...thing on the bottom right corner asdflkjasdf i gotta paint more often. Dx
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    I enjoyed looking at your pen and pencil lines. Keep drawing mate

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    Yeah! Finally you have a wacom. Works much better than a mouse right? And you made some cool stuff with it already.
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    hey nice sketchbook man ... ur amazing at rendering traditionally ....
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    aifolx, Hive_minD and vibhas_virwani: Thanks! glad you like 'em

    merlin, yeah, it works better. About time I got one to hehe. After what is it, 2years or something?

    well, here I've got for thou some environment sketches. I want to step out of the color schemes I use normally a bit so screwing around with zu colors hehe

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    Very nice thumbnails... I like the colors used in the last one, the contrasts make it very vibrant although I see your trying your hand at the Deep concept they have going on around here. Although I haven't dived deep in the ocean, there is a buttload of good reference...

    The thumbnails with the wide width definately show great compositions... I've always wanted to do something that would be like that with a 1x4 height to width ratio.

    Keep it up man, I'd like to see some of those thumbs fleshed out a bit more...
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