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    those brushes are looking good

    improve in figures

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    take your time!
    love the style of the 2nd one in particular..people under trees was always one of my favourite stuff to see, from shadow to pose~

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    Yeah i hope so Actually ive found out a few neat properties that CS2 didnt have
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    Youll be welcome here anytime!
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    Thanks thanks thanks Dizon! always pleasure to read your crits Ill be posting the final version of the old man in a snowy scenery, in the next update!
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    Hey thanks! Uhh, yeah i think its kinda fetish of mine :< less warriors, more flowers and stuff in future!
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    Thanks! I guess you can never be too picky when it comes to critique!
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    Thanks! I will make sure to improve
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    Thaaanks matt! ill be dropping by at your SB too in no time!

    I was looking at some of frazettas work, and got inspired to do a little environment or something! I painted this while listening to this:


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    Great stuff. I especially like your environments. I think right now you need to focus mostly on making the values right. If you make the skin believable in grayscale then the colors will look right too.

    Keep going.

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    Keep up the hard work bud!
    Really diggin the black and white chick under the tree on page 11
    alot of proggresion is being seen.
    Keep having fun drawing and observing
    till next time -Jamie

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    heh it sounds right, but i don't see what it has to do with my comment lol
    btw~ i love the song in the new post!! from the preview image, i would have though it was more rock-like
    and try defining that shadow better in the image ~ red is good bright like that, but i think it needs some dark parts on the edges of the canvas..

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackDelphin View Post
    heh it sounds right, but i don't see what it has to do with my comment lol
    btw~ i love the song in the new post!! from the preview image, i would have though it was more rock-like
    and try defining that shadow better in the image ~ red is good bright like that, but i think it needs some dark parts on the edges of the canvas..
    Oh yeah. lol i think i kinda misunderstood you

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    Man, I really like the moustached man's portrait, and the undead knight

    The B&W sketches are nice too, I really like the second one

    The last enviro looks great too.. very Classic style

    Keep up the good work!!

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    great update, the composition is much stronger

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    Superb stuff. I really enjoy the way you throw down blobs of colour in those moody landscapes. I'm looking forward to seeing more.

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    you gotta keep going on the last piece there - I feel like it has some good potential.

    If the figure is facing us, his leg feels too short (if its angled away from us, it doesnt look like he'd have good balance).

    Some things I would try - take the white spot in the clounds and flip its direction so that its angled down towards the figure. Also give the white light a bit of the red color to suggest that its causing the red ambience.

    A little something more foreground would add more depth - just some kind of subtle nature element that wont take away focus.

    Clarify ares on the central rock, it doesnt feel like its sitting right in space because the planes are not clear enough.

    The shape on top is aggressive, but it 'flows' nicely up to that point. I think it would have more impact if the ground around it were more jagged and broken.

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    I like the last pic! I also like the POV and the perspective as well. I'd probably take advantage of using a 2 pt or 3 pt perspective for this piece and add some stuff in the foreground.

    The light peeking behind the clouds is a nice touch too.

    Later!

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    cool stuff, noodledoodle!
    first:
    read this: http://www.huevaluechroma.com/index.php should help you.
    second: awesome improvement!!!!!!
    keep rockin!

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    Damn sorry all guys : l My PC got busted for good like 2 weeks ago, and it still takes like a month to get it out of the maintenance D: So there will be no digital paintings here for a while... Maybe this is what i need, to really get my concentration down to things that need it most, like oil painting and pencils.. Ill be updating this soon enough with an enormous amount of pencils and stuff, hope the CA servers can withstand the stress!! Till the next time!

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    Oil on canvas, 35x27. One of the first decent portraits made with oil, it was really tricky to get the photo quality down good

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    i am so sorry about the pc
    though now that you mention it, i should have my windows reinstalled right about now, and do some more traditional work myself too

    about the traditional you posted, it is very colourful so i like it
    post some more if you can!

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    congratulation on this oil try.

    Bad things can be a turned into advantages (practicing traditional media)

    some crits: the area in the between the eyes is a bit messed.
    the hair is a bit flat
    also the left area of his face is a bit flat (the half turned to the left canvas border)

    you should be more methodical when painting (one step at a time)

    hope we'll see more
    see ya mate

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    thaanks mate!
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    Many thanks for all the tips! The figure is obviously facing away, though it cant be so
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    Thanks!
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    awesome man! thanks a lot!
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    Thanks! sorry bout your PC as well : l
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    Thanks mate for your thoughts im still much a rookie when it comes to oil painting

    Some good news this time, i got lent a new laptop for the time my PC comes from the maintenance! So heres a newest painting, along with some pencil sketches and one piece made with watercolors, there will be more of these, we are learning some watercoloring techniques atm at our school. I hated watercolors before, but now ive got a new perspective towards them, and im not hating them as much!

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    I see you're working more without ref
    And nice tank you have there~

    And don't worry, it's not to bad (the pc)
    It can last without a refresh so to speak.

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    Lovin the watercolors man. For the image with the tank, I would darken the foreground more to really push the depth and contrast because that rock in the foreground is attracting a lot of attention.

    Later!

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    I really like the last one, rawness adds a lot to the character

    (Is it just me or under my name on your reply is a blank space? O_o)

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    Whee thanks :3 Yeah, just got my PC back, only to notice that its almost in worse shape than to begin with :< but it works however
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    Hey man, thanks a lot! dunno what blank space are you talkin about :o

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    As i said before, i got my comp back from maintenance, it works, but there are still some issues. Atleast photoshop works!!! Some newest ones here, the first one was for Team chow II, but it never was made in time. The second one, is just some speedyspeedy scifiyish sketchy, and the last one is 30 min painting from reference! enjoy

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    30 minutes in photoshop

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    looking good bro, esp that high-key lady!

    On the stone golem, I'd make the different boulders more distinct and looser overall to give him a more "summoned" look.

    More more moreeee

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    I'm liking that portrait, the colors are awesome... 30min? Nice!

    A few posts back the one "ooga booga" guy with the skulls on his chest was really badass, and I think the manner in which you made him- medium, style, whatever- really went well with the character. Great work.

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    Cool update! It's been a while, man!

    I really like the Team Chow piece. I just wish you emphasized the scale between the woman and the golem like creature. I would've wanted the feeling that that thing was really huge.

    The portrait is good too although I feel that some parts of the hair that are in shadow should go much more darker. Close to your darker values. I'm just basing this on my experience though because I don't know what the reference looks like.

    Later! I want more!

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    ooch i didn't see that !

    nice work, dude: you're improving in portrait.

    i join dizon in critics. and add note: the head seems big for the rest of the body.

    hope i'll see more

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    wheeeee!! lovely update!
    really dig the concept and painting in that worrier girl peace, and the colours on that blue dude...really nice levels i think!

    you are good, you just need to post more

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    two wips, a speedpaint of a spacecraft, and one fast sketch from reference! I should really put more effort on perspective : l

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