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    New here~some of my works did at free time

    Hi everybody,I'm a freshman,my works below,glad to make friends here~
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    Hey welcome to CA...

    This is sweeeeeeeet, the first two pieces just stunned me haha...
    would love to see your progress on some of these, really tight.

    The girls maybe have some anatomical issues, but I´m not the one to clear you up about that.

    Hope to see more from ya...Cya
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    There are some great works here clover X - you've got a fantastic sense of colour and your rendering technique seems to work very well (especially in creating different textures and materials). Your attention to detail is also great, and im looking forward to seeing more of your work.

    I'm seeing quite strong links to some 'Studio Ghibli' films (in the theme and style), would i be right in linking these?

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    Wow dude you should be working for Ghibli if your not already! I can almost see that leaf being blown gently across the water....great stuff!
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    wow some amazing stuff here, loving the lighting and the style you paint in, very ghibli as a few have already said
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    You do a fantastic job in capturing the life and light of foliage. Those pics up there are very, very good, and I just want to stress how well I think you did the flora. Give yourself a hand!
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    wow!!! Welcome to CA!!! beautiful beautiful work.
    Looking for other Denver area artists!
    My Scribbles - Take a peek
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    hi! i really like your pics. especially the 3rd one. can you tell me which technique you used? is this photoshop? greeez
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    Amazing pictures, especially those leaves, grass and flowers.
    I don't like so vivid colours but I can tell you this:
    It is clearly visible that you spent some quality time in exploring and learning some botanical facts cause form, perspective and rendering of flora is simply fantastic!
    Many artists are faking while painting flora but your awesome.
    Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful...
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    Wonderful stuff, your pieces have a lot of personnality and poetry.
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    Gorgeous work!
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    Great work. I love the one with the child giggling in front of the forest of cut out characters.

    Only critique, watch the anatomy, especially with fore-shortening.
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    I agree with the foreshortening issue - the fire girl has some problems with that.

    Your landscape/nature stuff is absolutely gorgeous, though. Great work!
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