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    Arnes Sketchbook "2nd oil painting"

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    Promising.... I think I'll watch. Crits when ya post more.
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    hi there, the landscape paintings are beautiful and it's cool that you try all kinds of potraits. Keep on doing this stuff!
    Only crit is that sometimes your heads lean a bit to the right upper side (obvious on page 2 on the right guy's head and the baby head).

    Die sind ein bisschen verzerrt was kommen kann weil du nicht grade auf's Blatt guckst- wenn du schief sitzt oder so von der Seite guckst werden die Bilder dann meistens auch schief.
    Naja, immer weiter zeichnen, deine realistischen Sachen sind ziemlich gut ;D

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    Danke für den Mann :3.
    Is der ganze leere Raum da auf der linken Seite so gewollt?
    I just took a break to post this.
    But sometimes I also draw stuff
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    Thank you for your kind comment...
    I absolutely agree to your critics, I see those distortions by myself.
    I will do better the next time.

    Nein, der leere Platz ist nicht wirklich gewollt... hatte nur irgendwie noch das 3:2 Format in Photoshop drin, hätte man auch croppen können.
    Für die Komposition ist es zumindestens nicht gut^^

    Maybe I will draw some more heads tomorrow
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    I really like your landscape work. you have great control over the brush work. PS..i might be going to germany this june, any suggestions?
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    Hey thanks for stopping by my sketchbook. I see what you mean with a harder brush, and no I am definitely not trying to do the blurry look. I think experimenting a bit and not trapped to a small selection that I have been working, and maybe trying to experiment with patience wouldn't hurt either.
    Looking at your stuff here, I can see you have an idea how the anatomy works. Really good work going here. You have inspired me to try working some vehicle designs btw. I will post more soon.


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    Excellent studies! Keep em coming.
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    nice studies. really digging the environments. Tho I do agree about the heads, Keep at it.
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    like to colors on the canyon, only wish it had a few sharper lines

    more please >;3
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    Nice sb, it looks like the enviro work is really starting to pay off .
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    Those gestures are incredible for 30 secs! Your digital stuff is very strong, both the figures and the enviros. I would add more rocks and stones to the enviro you just did and use some slightly different hues on them. The contrast of the orange/red and the blues are nice, but a little more variation could add realism without stealing focus.

    Great stuff so far, in quality and quantity!
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    The jungle environment looks pretty good.
    Maybe you'll try to work less with photos and more from imgination plus photos as references. Especially the first drawings you posted are a little bit lifeless.
    But keep on going
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    u have it in you i can see it all over. Are u professional ?
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    Now isn't that cute ....
    BUT ITS WRONG!!!
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