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    Man... your pencils are looking creamy http://i686.photobucket.com/albums/v...sdgvsdfsdf.jpg

    So much good stuff so far. Love the platformer/sidescroller. We did something similar for our senior college project

    Nice job on this last painting. Feels epic. You're doing the right stuff, man. You have some great momentum. Push yourself to Dave Rapoza levels!
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    that environment is looking really good! keep bombarding this thread with more goodness =3
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    I love the pencils! You just always have really nice and interesting designs imho, plus I love the style!
    You just inspired me to pick up a pencil again after a year of not drawing!


    How did you program the game? Even the menu looks nice and fluid, the game is quite hard, though
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    Hey guys, thanks alot for your warm words! The Ca.org support is just super!




    Aww, summer was great, but I guess I should remove the flour now and get back on track! :3
    There are lots of projects coming up for me which will cause regular updates i suppose.





    an environment I gave up on, hehe -the clamminess decreases my mood maybe continuing with the previous version at some time.
    But a new one is almost finished which I'm much more satisfied with and will post it in a couple of days I guess!

    uhm.... YAY :D



    and some sketches

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    uhm.... YAY :D

    uhm.... YAY :D

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    your character and environment work are both very good! especially like you environments though!

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    really frickin' awesome sketchbook. must learn how to paint environments like you o_o

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    Yeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees!

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    you are looking fresh and sexy!

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    when seeing threads like yours, i wanna practice more and more to progress

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    Aww don't give up on that environment it was turning out good, but yeah the overuse of rain texture in the last update was a bit dizzing to the eye, but the one before it was so nice! I love the rock textures.

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    awesome as usual mate!!! I prefered the enviro without the effect.or maybe if itr was less. But interesting anyway

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    kevin_ Yeah i think that they are still stronger, but i wont give up on them though Thanks alot man!

    skMOP Thats a huuge compliment! Thank you!

    PieMonster Duuuude! I keep refreshing your blog every fjasdkdfsgzacking day :3 ....srly.

    Philipp Scherer Thanks buddy!

    Jenny Jacobs Yeah, wasn't meant to be very serious though, just experimenting! Thanks alot for that pointer! Take care

    kingkostas Thanks mate! I'm totally nodding in agreement. Glad you stopped by again Loving your recent updates btw so keep on posting please!







    Here are some more sketches,

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    uhm.... YAY :D


    an interior study,

    uhm.... YAY :D


    and an underwater station ( bigger version http://sebastiangromann.blogspot.de/ )

    uhm.... YAY :D


    Hope you dig and would love to hear your critique and notes
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    digging the fuuuuck out of your lines. seems to be a little awkwardness w/ the proportions on those more cartoony figures, but you're still killing it. that interior study is fucking nuts. The underwater station looks fucking killer, too. Right now it doesn't seem like there's much of a focal, though. My eye's being lead by the direction of the pipes/ceiling and the track, but there's a light just as bright as the lights on the tracks off to the left, and nothing really eyegrabbing happening anywhere. It's really well painted and looks sick as fuck, though. This piece was looking promising as fuck, but i think you mudded it up a bit w/ the filters and shit. I definitely prefer the previous iteration of it, but i get what you were going for w/ the mood and shit. stoked to see more, man.

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    great sketchbook, and the last environment is killer!

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