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    On holiday...

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    a poor attempt at watercolors en plein air...

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    nice studies men

    and i wouldn't say that your watercolor is poor
    this technique needs lot of practice don't become discouraged

    check this webs
    http://grzegorz-wrobel.com/
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    takashmen thank you! I'm not discouraged, I was just commenting the crappy quality of my work. I love watercolors actuallly and I'll keep on using them even if they're not much forgiving as a medium. Thank you for the links!!!

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    I don't know what this is but I can't give up working on it...

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    Very cool sketches, man. Very dynamic. Keep it up! That watercolor looks good to me. Maybe it just needs some darker values to make it pop more.

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    ismo thank you!! yes, dark values are missing, I simply can't do them with watercolors...

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    Haha I'm loving your most recent concepts!! keep on going dude!

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    Odayga thank you!!

    I decided to make an illustration out of my Charon sketch. I tried different color palettes and lighting and I chose a strong reddish front light and a blue backlight (he's leaving our world and going towards Hell). Now it looks like he's romantically watching the sunset...
    I'm having fun rendering it though...

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    It's kickass how you've rendered the crane in #278 with only two values. A very inspirational thread

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    Great skintones, dude. Love the skulls.
    (Ho visto che mi avevi citato qualche pagina fa, o forse da qualche parte... sono un po' preso in questo periodo, e sto un po' diventando refrattario a certe dinamiche da ragazzini di college che qui spopolano. Vedo che tu ci dai dentro, mi fa piacere! Appena ho un attimo mi faccio vivo.)

    Edit: Mecohones! 3 EOW, man, amazing!

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    I really like the boat silhouettes you did. Are those done in dip pen ink?

    When there's a little more time, I'd like to go back and look at your whole thread. You're on the verge of greatness.

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    Quanto lavori, ma che bravo *_*
    Okay, so che è vecchio ma adoro l'enviroment a inizio pagina - ma quanto son divine le cose che ti lasciano sfruttare il tuo background d'architetto.
    Concentrati su mood e colori come hai fatto in quella copia da screencap è proprio quello che devi fare per liberarti del far vedere che sei stato architetto però, sei un genietto a capirlo da solo xD
    I frutti secondo me si vedono tantissimo: nell'ultima illustrazione sembra un tramonto ma non per colpa della luce (alla fine non ha occhi grandi abbastanza da farci un riflesso di fiamme danzanti), magari mettici qualche lapillo infuocato che viene lanciato nella sua direzione generale, lol.

    Adoro tutti gli sketch della vacanza, anche l'acquerello mi piace: lì il trucco (per migliorare la resa delle ombre sul muro in primo piano a destra ad esempio) è solo cercare di usare meno strokes possibile, che quando uno è abituato al digitale è difficile...

    Va be', me sto zitta, è meglio che lavoro io, cerco di essere utile ma più di tanto non posso perché sei troppo meglio, quindi vado xD

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    +dave thank you!! it's more kickass that I managed to render the crane while it was rotating...

    ICH thank you man! hope to see you at the next Sketchcrawl/Sketchmeet!!!
    (not three EoW stars, just two, and one was a tie... )

    p sage thank you man!! I used this pen, sorry I can't find it anywhere else on internet...

    Ariel9 grazie fenomena!!!! ^_^ i tuoi commenti sono utilissimi invece, mi interessa sapere come vengono percepite le mie immagini, soprattutto a livello emotivo più che tecnico. Quindi... continua.
    Credo che l'acquerello sia l'antidoto perfetto contro il digitale, non si può tornare indietro o correggere, quindi o si usa la testa o si fa un pastrocchio. Quindi io ho perso in partenza...

    Having fun with custom brushes and trying to loosen my approach to digital painting with some abstract images
    (well... this one went a bit too far and isn't so abstract anymore...)

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    ma ma ma, l'ultimo lavoro è carino, anche se non sono sicura del verde chiaro degli alberi piu in là. Cioè se fossero scuri la profondità del passaggio e la lontananza della pianura sotto luce sarebbero piu evidenti.
    Insomma, è quel che mi sali in occhio
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    Buon lavoro cmq

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    Creusa grazie!! sì il verde è un po' sparato... comunque non dovrebbero neanche sembrare alberi, facciamo finta che non lo siano.

    Just finished an illustration for a RPG. I'm pretty happy with the lighting, not so much with the color scheme (it will be printed b&w luckily...).
    Now I must go back to my Charon piece and paint it this way...

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    ... and here's another one, a savage giant.

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    *pops his eyeballs back into their pits*

    Your SB almost gave my eyes a permanent damage in a good way!! Anyway rlly mind blowing and captivating stuff you got here. I will be watching and getting some inspiration from your pages thanks for sharing your stuff with others! ^^

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    FANTASTICA testa piovrosa. Adoro, davvero, *clap clap infinito*

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    hey man, thumbs up for great rendering

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    nice values on that last one!

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    wooah your rendering skills are awesome, I think the anatomy is a bit off in some of the last ones but it could just be me...keep up the work

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    Ztak, Ariel9, invertedmirror, kidult thank you people!!

    andres333 I'm afraid that giant illustration is a great example of polished turd. I had the same feeling that the anatomy was off, but after working on it many hours I couldn't spot the issues, and I went on mindlessly rendering it in details... It's time for more anatomy exercises and for looser painting.

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    Thank you for stop by my SB, Your SB is realy cool, cheer!

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    Awesome sketchbook. The sea creature man is my favorite so far.

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    exactly Now this is what I'm talking about true studies!! where you do some effort to understand the structure that lies beneath and not just mindlessly draw contours..keep it up man! As for one of the previous pieces in which you said you couldn't spot what the problem was..I'd recommend you to check his knees, and the relation between vastus internus and vastus externus form wise that is, plus there doesn't seem to be a sartorius muscle in any of his legs.

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    Nice updates dude! Have to ask...do you prefer Painter 12 or CS5?

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    Bellissimo sketchbook, ci sono dei pezzi che mi piacciono particolarmente!
    Spero di diventare anche io così' brava... ma ne ho di strada da fare!!!

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    More lovely stuff... really. Really liked the woman diagram thing.

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    I'm quite impressed by your sketchbook!! It's a pleasure to watch your skills! also "orchitect and designerd" is funny!

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    Chaichan hi!! thank you for the visit!!!
    Placeboast thank you!! I'm pretty happy with it too (the octopus part at least)
    andres333 thank you very much man!!! I'll check those legs (and hopefully I'll go back and correct the anantomy issues...).
    Ztak thank you!! Painter is a great program and I love the feel of some of its brushes but it just can't replace Photoshop for photo editing and manipulation, color correction, filters, etc.
    Alis Grazie!! Ti auguro di diventare anche più brava (non ci vuole tanto fidati e poi hai un bel po' di vantaggio di tempo...)
    p sage thank you!!
    Ivan_kolor thank you!!

    I have some free time now and I'm trying to make as much exercise as possible before the next (probable) high tide of work comes...

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