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    Hello! I came as promised Nice variety...ok I say that a lot, but I think its important. The previous landscape was very nice, I'd like to see more of those. Sometimes I took a photo as a base, then changed it up and enhanced the colors which was very fun.

    I ended up switching off very rough sketching paper to focus a bit more on linework since you can get smooth results...so if you feel like it try switching up your paper and play with different things. I think unless you are doing a heavy value study, you can get more clarity into more smooth paper.

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    Great improvement, especially with your use of color! On the last undead I feel the empty eye sockets are a bit flat, they don't quite feel like they extend back into the skull. Maybe some value adjustments so that the dark there would feel more round? Defining the eyelids a bit more could help too, a few brushstrokes to indicate the upper plane of the lower eyelid could really make the eyes more convincing.

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    Dizon
    Thanks ill go back to it in the next update
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    Yeah, im not very comfortable with drawing fat people...
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    Thanks, appreciated!
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    Thanks for your thoughts!
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    Yeah, got your point! Ill be updating shortly!

    A wip environment for the teen challenge, yet to add some monkeys and somekind of an artifact they worship! And some mysterious old man, and some speedy portrait from imagination!

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    I really like the second one! Cool idea

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    Thanks AvisNocturna! I feel like my senses of anatomy are not as fluent as they should, so heres a small "study" i made, and an update of a previous enviro

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    Dude!! the colors of your last peice are amazing!
    Really eye catching man
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    dang man, all of your stuff is just so GORGEOUS. your colouring is beyond stupendous, and your anatomy even better. i love your environments

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    This last environment is calling for an Indy

    The prisoner's piece looks like need a bit more width on the shoulders and longer arms..

    Love the light too

    You're making great progress

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    The enviro is looking great! I would suggest subduing some elements. For instance, maybe keep your strongest lights near the focal point which is the statue in the middle because there is a patch of light that's attracting attention on the left side of the image just touching the border of the "canvas". The plants on the lower right of the foreground I would also lower in value. Keep the value range for that low to make them darker. I think you could just go over them with a light touch of the brush with a dark color to weaken them.

    Maybe you could also work on the design of the statues. At least the one in the middle since it's the focal point and you could suggest details on the rest.

    Later!

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    hi
    glad to see you back.
    nothing to add to the above crits.

    try to post some pencils. and keep the good work

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    Thanks, glad you like it
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    Hey thanks man! Oh there is still a lot of room for improvement
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    Well thank you for the input!
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    Its always nice to read your critiques! Ill make sure to do as you suggested!
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    Hey ive always been here Some pencils on the way!

    Just trying some new styles!

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    Oh man, great update!

    Keep being awesome.

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    Hey thanks brewin! I feel like not having will to do anything other than painting today!

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    oh man, those environments are absolutely stunning. i love forest atmosphere

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    ding good man!
    nothing really to critique this time, without being picky!

    take care
    and go in more details!!

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    Thanks! Update for this, i was told that his left leg was out of place, etc

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    ooh! now that you mention it, his right leg seems out of place too! xD the angle...it's different

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    sup Noodles, great updates on the sketches! I really dig this one alot has a really nice spacial feel to it! I think for your last sketch the positioning of the belt buckle is throwing it off balance, looks like it should be shifted to the left downwards slightly.



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    your composition skills are envolving mate.Keep going with these
    see ya

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    i still think the belt is off with the hips n all ^^'

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    Thank you all for your comments and feedback! appreciated! Got meself a new photoshop, i think CS3 is really much harder to use than CS2..

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    Nice updates dude!

    CS3 isn't so hard once you get used to it!

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    Hey lovely SB you have got here. Will definitely be back again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NoodleDoodle View Post
    Thank you all for your comments and feedback! appreciated! Got meself a new photoshop, i think CS3 is really much harder to use than CS2..
    I use CS3 but I don't know the difference between that and CS2. What makes if difficult to use?

    Hmm...I'm not sure if the orange color on the face is working together with the rest of the colors. I know the focal point is the eye but the orange is just too saturated that's why it's competing for attention. Might I suggest simplifying by focusing on warm and cool colors. Like a warm color for the light and a cool color for the shadow or vice versa. And after you've worked out the relationship between the two and the overall values, maybe you can start adding other colors into the mix that relate to the warm and cool colors that you used. You could probably create some kind of color harmony. Of course if your light is warm then your colors should be warm. The same with a cool shadow. I would imagine if you put a cool color on the warm light side of an object, it would look out of place unless if that cool color is meant to convey shadow. So you have to keep the relationship between the two consistent.

    Oh BTW, I would also like to comment on the piece with the old man walking on the snow. I've been looking at that and I thought maybe a wider composition could be more effective. His foot prints kind of lead me into the right side of the image and it has left me wanting to see more. Your lightest values happen to be on that side as well that's why it has a strong attraction. So you could widen the composition and add another focal point. Maybe indicate where the old man had come from or something.

    Later!

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    Marvellous pictures, great colours, but why they always show wariors?

    Always search for cool glitter with glitter graphics
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    haha i see i was beginning to be to picky about that warrior dude~
    nice highlights on the new portrait
    and i think i like his character..but there's something about his clothes that is bugging me, and i have no clue what it is ^^"

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    #322: seems you've learned things by this one.

    the skull warrior is also good

    keep it mate

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    Ill be replying to each one of you in no time meanwhile heres some black/white sketches from today

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    Really cool stuff man! You progress soooo fast! Colours are loking so much better!

    Keep us posted!

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