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    Hey mate, good to see you still going! Your pieces are starting to look like everything in them belongs there. I guess you could say are starting to look more and more finished.

    The colors, hardness of line, contrast, all that, are making the pieces better together!

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    long time no postie. How's things?
    Damn bro! Keeping it cool and loose. Precision brush strokes with big brush, thats skillz! less is more sometimes. Love your updates! the woman make me wanna be a cartoon jumping into your pages.
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    Hey bro

    Sorry.. haven't been around in a while.. only just got a bit of break now from Uni work.

    Mmm, what I notice is in your characters at the moment, try get a feeling of weight back into them. Like angle the pelvis and shoulders to suggest more weight, or straighten a leg, that sort of thing.

    Keep well for now bro.

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    monstertree-Thank u very much george but i still cant understand exactly about which one you are talking
    Krato-Thank u very much Kevin!!!I will keep improving them
    MacTire-Thanks Conor, i am glad !!!
    Beelow-Mate thank u really much for this great critique and paintover.U feed me with more things to research.I was improving some side things in order to work on it better soon.I will push it more.When u havent done a clear pathway to walk there is a high probability of doing great mistakes on later stages so in this one i made mistakes that made me step on the wrong way.I will try to improve everything!!!Thnx again mate!!!
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    Lakka-Thankiesss mate!!! I am very glad u saw something like that.I need to keep improving this aspect and everything in general
    B-Man-Yoooo mate everythings fine, what about u?!!!heheheh thank u thank u .
    Kungfoowiz-Edward thank u very much for the paintovers!!!i appreaciate it and its a great help to keep me improving!!!I understand what u say.I hope i will improve all these when i step back in improving the overall anatomy more and more .Lets keep up!!!

    ok here just to show i am alive and drawing lol
    Thank u very much for supporting even with my no daily rythm.I draw a lot and i am already doing things that i find very interesting and i feel i learn a lot.Hopefully soon everything will be better
    I am keeping the progress shots but i just dont have the right time to do them all in one.Sometime i will post them

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    Lot of awesome updates man!
    The chick with the staff has an exquisite rendering, and i also like the mage with the red robe. you´re getting even better man!
    Just want to see some more "finished" stuff cause when i see this things i just think, how great it would be really completed? some of this could be interesting portfolio pieces.

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    Hey buddy, long time to see ;D

    (uni projects etc..!)

    I see you definitely working like a madman to discover more the world of color.!

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    Keep the tsunami-like-updates coming..!

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    Hey bro

    Thank you for the composition tutorial, it's nice that you take the time to show us your processes.

    Maybe consider more dynamic poses but cool bro, please keep up the good works.

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    good work man, watch those last face sketches though you got sorta reckless with them

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    niiice - I like the composition piece done by you and the character design is looking good. Something I really have to work up the courage to do myself, rather than hiding behind studies all the time! :p

    anyway, gogo!

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    yay, looking great kosta, the first sorceress is my favorite, but everythings dope anyway. I'm with mr. robles up there, bring something to finish and put it in your portfolio.

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    Awesome as always. Don't know what else to say. You really earned your 5 stars, I wonder when 6 stars will come...

    I love the lady with the blue background and the barechested-cape-wearing-guy. Very intresting with the perspective on the last one.

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    Thanks for commenting my sketchbook sir, it's an honor.
    Your sketches are amazing, looking forward to the next update!

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    Yo Kostas, how are you? Hope everything ok ). However, even though I don't want to say it and sound like an ass, but I think that you haven't progressed in a while. Well you've done some great rendering and texture work... But it ain't new level, and anatomy doesn't impress. But I know you're great artist, and you take critique well, so you won't hold grudge. And I know that you will always rule, and we'll nail MountainWheel game. Cheers mate!

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    Wow, thanks for the composition stuff, kingkostas! Waiting for more things like that hehehe

    By the way, what's the difference happen between "non rendered color below value linework" and "rendering lines and color" on post #2570 (previous page)? Wondering about it because the small size made me hard to see the difference...

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    Nice Bro! All well with me! Working hard, so I cant complain.
    I like your last post but where is the update. You have spoiled us with frequent updates. Keep rocking!
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    Hey man long time to see this place! I love the monster on your last post and thanks for the "oncomposition" studies and reference.
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    Ricardo Robles-Muchas gracias Ricardo.hehe vale, tengo la intencion que hacer alunas obras completos.lets keep up
    Biomecha_wolf-heheh thnx very much man!!!yea yea i push but i need to push harder.U to, lets make our best mate!!!!Ante pame gera!!!
    Kungfoowiz-Edward thank u very much!!!I am glad these can help but i havent posted any of the usual process shots, i soon hope to return to that since i always keep my process.I will try mate!!!
    Krato-Keviiiin thankies mate!!!I will try to improve them(i know i have said it a lot times but i am really trying )
    ThomasM-hehehe thank u very much thomas!!!Go go go
    Fetsch-Yo mate whats up!!!hope u are better with your hand.I will try mate!!lets keep up!!!
    LORD M-aaa thank u very much for the encouragement markus!!!Glad u like her, i pushed her some more.I also have to push the old piece with the goblins and stuff, i am not forgetting it
    Surion-lol mate thanks.I must thank u for visiting .lets keep up
    Seraph Fawkes-lol no worries Kirill, i welcome everykind of critique and i try to use it as much as i can.So thank u for that.U have right.On the other side i am doing another kind of improvement, and thats an improvement of workflow and being confident/sure of what i can produce.Yay we will rock!!!
    BluezAce-Thank u very much mate!!!glad u found it helpful.Ok in the first step i only put direct colors under the lines, i dont blend anything, its like i am putting the local colors.Then in the other i just did a little rendering(i had to do more to be more visible ).I will try to put more like these
    B-Man-Lol sorry mate hahahah.I will try i will try
    knut--hehehe thank Dhmhtrh !!!Euxaristw man, yea i cant stop researching since i have devoted my life in art.glad it helped LETS KEEP IT UP

    oki oki oki i am sorry for my absence but i am also taking part on challenges here and there and i try to push myself more and i have some outer things keeping me a little busy but i will try to do as much as i can!!!THANK U VERY MUCH FOR THE SUPPORT!!!
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    Some of those last posts have a really wonderful contrast and delicious colours! I love your characters, man. Keep it far up!

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    great colors over here, and more dynamic gestures.
    It´s dificcult to mesure the level improvement from outside but i believe you advanced in many fields. Most of times you have to bring the knowledge to fruition, it takes some time but the results are here. Sometimes we do big jumps, sometimes little steps which are even more important. With the amount of work you produce a real improvment is logical. And don´t forget that "finish" some pieces also brings a necessary knowledge too. Just keep up friend, you´re doing good
    Just a suggestion, in the picture of the green elves with 2 swords, maybe i´d revise the chest zone, the line coming from the axilla seems to be wrong (foreground char)

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    Give me a reason not to say this is AWESOME!

    Seriously seriously cool update. Have a great weekend!

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    i also forgot to upload this one lol
    JaneMag-Thank u very much mate !!!
    Ricardo Robles-Thank u very much Ricardo.I see you are right about the chest area, i checked some references and i see the difference.Heehehe one thing is sure, that as long as we are healthy and keep up, we can do anything
    Kungfoowiz-Lol Edward thank u very much mate!!!Lets both work hard!!!

    ok here the little thing i forgot to upload.
    thnx for supporting!!!

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    i like that last thing you uploaded - the rendering looks great, it has a lot of form! Would like to see that one taken further if you have the time. Thanks for the really helpful paintover on my thread, I have no idea how you made the first one (with the red background) but it helped a lot!

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    Whoa look how good the rendering is on the last one. The shoulders for example are really 3d, yu really seem to know how to use lighting for that. The colours seem a bit weird to me though, but i think you are just experimenting here and there. Keep up man, and thanks for stopping at my sb.

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    hey dude you sure improved a lot from the last stuff from you i remember seeing, that last page is full of goodies, id love to see some of them a bit bigger than their actual format tho. Last one is genius. Keep it up

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    ThomasM-Thank you very much Thomas.I duplicated the image and then i went to image adjustments and i picked gradient map... from the list i chose the red and green to enchance the contrast and i after that i changed the layer blending mode to hmm maybe difference cant remember right now.Experiment with these things to help u in your research
    knut--Thnx very much Dhmhtrh.Hahaha i know i just made a funny brush with some hue jitter to get some random color base, but i like it sometimes.I worked the formes with picking areas with lasso tool and then applying values, with a soft brush, on the selection.In that way i was able to maintain hard edges while working with soft brush to quickly put soft graduations that i needed for these smooth surfaces
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    okkkk here something more, today i wasnt out to drink to i had time to draw more .Also i am working on the artorder challenge piece that will probably be one very finished piece , since its already on a nice towards finished stage.

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    Wow. Loving it all to the max!

    Coro Kauffman and Frank Frazetta had a miracle baby, and his name is Kostas

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    Only two crits, one general and the other specific. Generally...too many of these are left dangling, not quite finished.
    Which is okay, you can still finish them...but it makes me mad I want to see the full glory right now!

    Technical aspects all look super-good. The only specific crit I have is on this:

    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1289007363

    Her hands look a little 'mannish'. It may be just that they're too big? Compare the ratio of the hand to the face.

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    omg... why you so awesome king? :3 *absorbing art knowledge* lololol

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    haha "wasnt drunk" nice - thanks for posting this, your knowledge of photoshop is so good you can teach us beginners easily. These tips are very useful, and you combine them with good art foundations so more like this please!

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    Wonderful stuff mate!!
    You're still mastering the volume rendering!
    If you're looking for a reference for the mask setup in the last sketch in post #2586, you should check out the helm of the champion gladiator in "Gladiator" (not Crowe's character, the guy on the left here: Image!)

    Anywho, marvellous work on the characters as always!!
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    Hi there kostas! Sorry for not dropping anything here for quite awhile, but I do look at your every updates and got amazed as usual. Seriously, you are unbelievable! Keep inspiring us here.

    Some flaws I noticed is in the painting of a mage-girl leaning on a staff with blue background, I think her right hand is looking off, and her palms seems huge if compared with her face and also, their edges (the palms) are too masculine, imo, especially if compared with her round shoulder. I also have to agree with Ricardo Robles about the chest area (which could be a good thing for me cuz I never have any idea what axilla is until now )

    In all, off-course, you are doing great!



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