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May 17th, 2010 #751
hey m8 Cool gif, it's really inspiring to see how it all comes together. I will scan some stuf now and post asap so check in later today. Keep it up
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May 17th, 2010 #752
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May 18th, 2010 #758
wow, such an inspiration to see your sketchbook. Really like the enviros. And the colors are gorgeous.
May 18th, 2010 #759
thanks for the tips!
thankies : )
oooh thanks man! :o
i am so honored to have you here thank you very much!
haha thanks! ill leave a comment!
thanks for the advice!
whoa, thank you!
yeah that gif has been under construction for a while now, but ill be sure to remember to capture the stages from the next enviro i do! thankies!
hey thank you!
haha thanks, glad you like them
thank you so much!
ill get there
Im currently working on the month chow, the monarc, ill post some wips of it in my next update... heres a update for the jungle scene and a 1 hour speedie!
May 18th, 2010 #760
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May 18th, 2010 #761
nice work man!! really liking that jungle piece.
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May 18th, 2010 #762
i love sooo much this little house!!!!!!!!!!!you need more bonus for works like these
you and your enviros!!!I think your blocking of colors etc is better than the jungle piece because it gives a more tactile surface with better brushtroke or something.The jungle have your nice illuminance style but maybe misses some very focus regions to keep the eye a little more?
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May 19th, 2010 #763
May 19th, 2010 #764
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May 19th, 2010 #765
Little house on the rock looks good with the eye going to the house, and it pops out nicelly, and takes your eye.
With the jungle, I think the you've accomplised a wet, swampy feeling in it, and the palette, I think, looks good. However, I think you need to come up with something to move the eyearound and catch the focus like in the house image. Let it be color, texture, sharpness, reflextivity, or whatever, I belive there's an endless amount of opportunities here, and you should go with the one that you feel right.
Nice work, I help you a bit on your progress to the fifth star..
*btw, nice effort on the steampunkguy. It paid off, looks great!
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May 19th, 2010 #766
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May 19th, 2010 #767
Your stuf is so nice I love the "cabin" by the shore, great colors and everything!
May 19th, 2010 #768
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May 20th, 2010 #769
May 23rd, 2010 #770
Was wondering where you went Ė but those big projects explain things! Really nice concept on the giant. Wonderful details and design. I canít shake the feeling he does not quite blend in with the environment,. It really looks like an arctic, snowy environment, but how big are those rocks exactly? Having trouble figuring out the scale. Or perhaps itís the lighting on the giant himself. The warm light source is behind him, but his front seems lit up. You can argue itís the snow, but at that size? Lastly from looking at the Wip Gif (nice to add!); seems the snow environment was not part of the original plan (correct me when wrong). Adding this late in the process can be troublesome.
I like him a lot as a character though, to lighten up this seemingly critical commentÖ.
Those speedpaints in 727 and 733 are amazing Ė especially the portraits. I donít get how you produce a portrait in such a timespan, considering how good the mood and character are. So loose!
Iím sure youíre familiar with the speedpainting threads at Sijun? If not, I think you'll like it.
Keep it going!
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May 27th, 2010 #771
Man those enviro are sick bro. the soldier one is so! sick and those are speed painting damn lol. Nothing really to say other then they look good.
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May 28th, 2010 #772
haha lets see how it goes with the chow... ive been busy with other stuff but ive got time!
whoa thanks mate! appreciated!
haha yeah i was away for a while... thanks!
thank you for the critique and input!
thank you i used to have a corel painter essentials, but i lost the key code so i only use PS
ooh awesome, thank you so much friend for the critique! appreciated! Nope im afraid i havent heard of him but ill have to check him out!
An illustration for an art battle between me and Randis, heres the topic:
"The brave little toaster was soon drafted into the Appliance Marines after his first outing. Unwilling at first, the brave little toaster was soon thrown into combat to be raised by hellfire and the lullaby of mortar strikes. A now cold, broken warrior, illustrate the wartorn, loveless killer In a shit town saloon reminiscing what could have been."
and a fast speedpaint of a robotic mite, and a wip of an interior project
May 28th, 2010 #773
That brave little toaster is amazing!
It also seems to be something more different from the usual too.
Envo fine as ever..what can i say?! don't stop posting parsak
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May 28th, 2010 #774
Thx for stopping by. And I have to tell you then, do you have any idea how much you have improven the last 26 pages? I hope you do! the last posts is really amazing, the toaster looks so sad :/ but so beuituflly rendered hehe. The avsolut last drawing shows what a great interior artist you are, you really capture the feeling in the worlds you create. Keep it up Im glad to see you are just getting better and better for every day.
May 28th, 2010 #775
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May 28th, 2010 #778
haha the brave little toaster!! i was just thinking of that movie not that long ago, weird! but i love this painting, great mood and atmosphere in it! -any one daring enough to meet Randis head on in an art challenge, has balls of fury my friend! keep rocking on!
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May 29th, 2010 #779
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