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    Paintings, Heavy Metal, and a lot of hard work. Hooahh!!

    Check out page 4, now!

    I need crits. Please help. Thanks.
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    I think that your works a too blurred... Also, exept the last one, they need some more details to elaborate.

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    Yeah the last one is the sharpest but also suffers from a lack of contrast.

    This one - is my favorite though, cool dynamic pose, reminds me of the Madonna video from Frozen.

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    Yeah. I guess you guys are right. Most of them are speedies, so i let the brushwork appears. The problem i didnt realize in the monitor i was working is in the last two images. I see now they have some serious issues as you guys pointed out... Gonna work this out...

    Thanks. And more to come soon.
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    Here goes a few position studies for this character. He is my Dominance War entry so far. There is also two of the clothes version i did for him.
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    This character is cool, I'd like to see it with colors!
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    Thanks Clochette. Here ya go! This is a watercolor version of the same drawn i painted digitally before. Im not sure the photo is ok, as i said before im working on a tricky monitor... This is a version i made before changing his clothes and props design.
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    Nice character design, show more of him

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    Here goes my last image about him. I made it today. Im refining some details and creating the weapon and working out some props.
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    The same Space Girl character in watercolor. I made some major changes on the Lizzard design for the contest, but i still have to scan or take a photo in order to post it here...
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    Well, the art director (er... the public opinion, i mean...) asked for a tougher heroic guy. No one liked the nice rounded beer belly i created for Lizziejazzz... So here it goes, a new design for a hero from the same specie. Im just not so sure about he being a Stalker now... Anyway, i liked the design... What you guys think about it?

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    30 minutes speed painting. Im kinda stucked on my DWIII char now and my drawings of it really sucks at the moment.....
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    Hey guys. Ive been having some rushed days on the day job... So im lacking on some nice sketches now.... Shame on me...

    Anyway, here is a new try on a different character for the Dominance War III:
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    Here he comes again.
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    A bigger dump...

    Some comic characters, Dominance war final work, and old and new master studies...
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    Few more stuff.
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    Ey man, you dont suck at all! Loving: http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1208187385

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    honestly, Id say you do, however you do have something and thats DRIVE, wich will catapult you anywhere you want, so what your stuff is not the best right now, going in head first in DW3 and throwing alot of stuff in here proves you got just that. keep on pushing and you will get awsome!

    and I do see some nice anatomy in here wich if studied harder will pay of even more! nice watching!

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    DeJaKhalz and Jenzi - Thanks a lot for droping by!

    Its good to hear honest opinion instead of silent, hehe... It helps us keep on moving. Or at least posting. =]
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    i totally agree jenzi

    this one is really cool! i like the colors and style

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    great work dude! my onlu advice on hose digi paintings wd be to start with bigger brushes and color block basic shapes and shadows, instead of those small-brush strokes that distract the eye from the rly solid lineart you start with!

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    I instantly recognized the Lucian Freud one
    I think it can use some more work though, theres a lot more to learn from that guy! ive actually seen it 'live' a few days ago and it has great brushstrokes, which i dont really see in ur reproduction so try to look a bit better and discover the magic

    I love your watercolors by the way! i love that they arent too blurry and vague like the ones my grandma makes

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    Hey good lookin SB lots of nice studies - I like the loose looking painterly pieces on the previous page- also checked out your blog nice master studies- cheers

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    nice sketches and studies! Its good to see uve practiced on painting with big surfaces, keep doin that ive noticed myself it helps alot

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    Thanks a lot for the replyes, guys! I was waiting till i had something to shown so i wouldent be just a bumper... But i guess it took me a little longer then expected and now im looking like a non polite guy who doesnt answer people, hehe.....

    So here we go:

    xbert - Thanks!

    petitemistress - Big brushes first. Thats what im trying to do. And i also try to use the bigger one possible for the area im working on. Its just that sometimes i forget, hehe...

    ajvenema - Im glad you recognized the painting, man! Ill just say in my defense that i did the study in about 30 or 40 minutes... And im glad you liked the watercolors too!

    decypl - Thanks man! Hope you visit the blog often!

    Grafguy - Ok sir. Ill do that! Thanks!

    And now for the pic. Sorry about the watermark...
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    Workload

    So i havent been posting, but ive been working. There are a lot i cant shown, because its a part of an ongoing project for my master degree in animation and 3D, but there is a sneak peak at it and some other stuff i made for practice. Cheers!
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    Still life. Ive been having net connections problems... Hard to post this way....
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    Some few fitness and bodybuildings guys from ref photos from the net. My main concern was about colors and skin tones... Hope to get it right someday.
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    Sorry to burst your bubble Carlosranna, but you don't suck at all. This is a really cool sketchbook!

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    Thanks a lot JonathanS, but we must always compare ourselfs with those kick ass guys working out there at Massive Black, ILM, Rockstar, Marvel and stuff like that. There are also the old masters too, hehe... So... I do suck, hehehe....

    Lets keep on working! Hooahh!!!
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