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    Nice stuff man!! Remember to apply some study straight after to help you remember Painting=win, but remember edges http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=51913 I would get a hard brush eraser (or paint brush with the background colour?) and comb the edges that follow the stuff on the list. I really need to start variating between soft and hard edges for realism myself Keep it up, this latest painting shows much much promise
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    salut walid.... Je pense que sur ton "oignon?" les traits sont trop marqués...les faires plus doux...et augmenter le contraste. Je pense que le plan d'ombre propre etait plus foncé que ça et la partie près du support devait etre legerement dégradé. Quant à l'ombre portée devait etre ( normalement ) plus sombre que l'ombre propre... il y a un post de prometheus anj qui explique un peu tout ça...c'est un peu le meme procede qu'on utilise en photo. Une surface reflechie la lumiere et debouche l'ombre propre du modele qu'on photographie du coup dans cette situation ombre propre = débouchée par le support qui reçoit l'ombre projettée...
    Voila...( J'espere pas avoir donné l'impression de me la pété avec des théories )

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    Je trouve ces liens interessants.
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    Hi walid, thanks for all your support in my sb. Yours work has defenetely improved since th first page, keep at it mate.

    Oh and with the metal guy, I find it usually helps if you can at least see some of what the object is reflecting, so if you placed something small next to it that would fit in the frame, say a red button, you'd be able to see that the object is actually reflective and not just coloured in a pattern that looks like a reflection. So basically, if you were to zoom out and be able to see the window that its reflecting and so on, it would already look more like a reflective metal, not that it really matters though since its just a study and not a final composition. Maybe if you do another try what I suggested

    keep up the effort though

    Btw, whats an SSG?
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    Hello future storyboarder! That's an impressive bunch of studies around here!
    Plus you tend to pick ref shots with superb lighting, good taste!
    Sometimes on posemaniacs, try not to lift the pen so often.
    (sorry if it's been said before)
    Quîpiteup! J'attends les storyboards!
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    Hey man great stuff.
    By the looks of those pose maniacs sketch's your choosing really short intervals, I think you would get alot more out of it if you went slightly longer and eventually when you master it, go quicker etc etc.





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    Good to see that your working hard! I'd suggest you do more from your imagination though. Like if you draw some arms from ref draw some arms from imagination afterwards.
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    Sorry guys, I'll reply later ! now i'm too tired !

    Just a few thumbnails today ! Feel more comfortable with that !

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    Sweet stuff, reminds me I need to do more of these How long did each take you out of interest. Shit it's 1 in the morning D: Need sleep. Cya.
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    I like them, but I don't see what is wrong with the first one!
    I am crap with environments, so I can't give any tips. I can however, tell you to do more figures!
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    I actually like your 1st thumb, has some potential if you add some sort of story elements in it, I wish i could help more but I, also like fraz know bugger all on enviro's





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    really licking these thumbs! good stuff!!
    big fan of this one http://www.conceptart.org/forums/att...1&d=1229643799

    nice nice! good to see you improving!!
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    Fraz : Thanks for Bargue's Ref, it will be really usefull ! I will give a new try at this fucking metalic thing !

    JailHouseRock2 : Thanks dude !

    Nrx : Thanks dude, I will try your process ! I used to quickly sketch what I wanna draw, and I start by putting the most white values, the go darker and darker with soften leads !

    SamC : Thanks mate ! I just download some great brushes, will play with it next days

    dessinateurimpulsif : Merci pour les liens, ca a l'air génial !pour le tutorial de prometheus|ANJ, je le connaissais déja, mais je n'y ait jamais accordé beaucoup d'importance, bien que ce soit un très bon tutorial, mais jvais vraiment l'étudier et apprendre un maximum avec !

    renew : Thanks ! Yeah, I will try to mess up my desk and put my figurine anywhere and paint it !

    Leo Ki : Thanks dude ! I really wanna learn storyboard, because, in one hand, I really like it, it can help to improve my sense of narration, to know how I can pass a message, but also to find great storytelling for illustration as well as finding good keys for animation ! In the other hand, I really need to learn it because one of the admission test to enter at supinfocom (a french animaation school) is to do a storyboard ! I'm looking forward to learn a lot with you !

    Sketchz : Thanks ! Yeah, I will try to do some 45 sec gestures tomorow!

    Imaginary : Thanks dude ! Yeah, this week, I will try to do some character design ! I will start with some silhouete, and will try to do a finished one !

    Walid D : Thank you dude, I just saw your sketchbook ! your work is quite good, but you really need to work harder !

    SamC : thanks dude ! It was about 10 minutes for each thumbnails ( damn, too long )

    Fraz & Sketchz : For the first thumbnail, i don't really find it crappy, but boring, there is nothing in this one ! but as Sketchz said, i can add an element which will ad a story in my enviro !

    bigfooTrooper : Cheers ! I'm still waiting you on msn haha !

    So today ( ok; yesterday !!) just did a few anatomy studies, and i tried to paint a sunset from mind, I was trying to apply what i learned from light ! I find colors dull, not enough warm ! will give another try at it !

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    More !!! Allez Walid! Gogogogo!
    Hahaha "Walid D : Thank you dude, I just saw your sketchbook ! your work is quite good, but you really need to work harder ! " You're funny!
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