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    You know, that's real cool. I guess I'm a positive test result then!
    I can say something about unrecognizable shapes and how our brains deal with them, but I'm not sure it's warranted here. You might know all about it already.

    The dark shaman is looking great!

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    Yes, I know that if dont make recognizable shapes the message could not be understood, but Im taking that risk this way I explained to you. Trying to do an accurate drawing of an unknown thing... im not the first doing that... Cause of this I put on scene some other recognizable shapes. Like an human, just to compare.
    Thanks Jasper.
    update of shaman

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    And the finished version of dark shaman. Im doing this other for a friend.

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    I've missed many updates, your book is seething with a ton of good things!
    The shaman's really real and frightening!
    Excellent colors and style in the japanese-like painting (but the pose is a bit weird maybe, the foldings on the clothes make the limbs look short)
    The extraterrestrial is fascinating, you did succeed in making something puzzling. The symmetry is a good touch to show it's an animal rather than a vegetal.
    Will you continue the previous pieces? The dragons flying over the plain could make a superb painting.
    The cave scene is hard to read, more line highlighting would help, also the path keeper's arm holding the chain looks in a weak position to keep the beast (that beast looks very nasty, well done!)
    Seeing all your anatomy sketches reminds me I must do more of them...
    Keep at it! You're closer to be a pro than you seem to think.

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    Thank you so much Leo! Youre true man, the scene of the cave needs to change, so much light focuses and a bad contrast.. and youre true too with the arm. Thanks again, your advices and coments help me a lot!!

    This is a more finished version of inspiration in the wind. Maybe neck is too long?

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    hot damn, i'm liking your imagination dude, and love your watercolor work as well. a couple of suggestion i have for you is to try bringing some more varied textures into your digital pieces because everything just looks too smooth, and they need a little more contrast as well. watch the atmospheric perspective as well: push the background further, and bring the foreground forward.

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    Me encanta la composicin del ultimo speedie

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    Hello people!
    Alex Baer thanks a lot, Im trying to incorporate more textures and work in my depth resolutions, thanks again for the advice.
    Quiquenobi gracias, y sigue dndole caa.(que alivio un poco de espaol de vez en cuando jeje)
    One of my last illos, the nigro is my father

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    me acaba de recordar a Topol en el violinista en el tejado

    Me gusta mucho la atmosfera

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    I like the speedie most, it has greatest values, sometimes your pictures are little bit too dark like shadow is completely black without gray hints for form

    othervice looking good

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    Gracias Quiquenobi!! He intentado que la atmsfera fuese convincente...
    Nettle Mountain yes, sometimes playing with contrast it goes so much black... thanks for the observation.
    Some vegetable studies, step by step.

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    My last illustration, maybe a bit overburned. And the step by step
    Have a nice day in the forest, but beware of the trees.

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    Hola Ricardo! muchas gracias por pasar por mi sb. Y ahora luego de ver el tuyo me he quedado impresionado con tu gran habilidad. viendo la gran variedad de tus trabajos me han inspirado mucho a seguir desarrollandome.
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    Muy bueno el ltimo update..

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    Gracias a los dos, y Kromz gracias por tus palabras de apoyo, ser un placer teneros por aqu cuando queris.
    Una de mis ltimas acuarelas, el ttulo: Las Preguntas. Es pequea, de unos 23cm de alto.
    One of my last watercolors, named "The Questions" A long time ago since I posted some..

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    One more watercolor and ink sketch. coms & crits are wellcome.

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    One more digital painting, this is for print. Hope you like it!

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    Me encanta el ltimo, me recuerda a noh..

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    The last one is cool, looks like a japanese vampire to me. Don't know why

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    Cool watercolors. Really inspiring. It's nice to see what you can really do with these

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    Thank you people.
    Here you have new material, something about a race design for a web of multiplanetary style. The hand is a watercolor that I presented to challenge a few months ago. And a speedie.

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    Back to pencils.

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    Me encanta la "serpienmte" marina de la ltima pgina

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    Gracias Quiquenobi, a m me gusta ms el Seor Pinza jejej

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    Jajaja, se te fue la olla con esos bichitos Muy divertidos.
    Some cartoony coloring would fit them well I think.
    If you applied the same crispness of your white samurai to all your digis they would all be five stars!
    And your watercolors are always a pleasure to look at.
    What is this interplanetary web site you made that char design for?

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    Hello Leo, good to see you!
    Yes, im giving color to this little marine mafia, jejeje then it will look better.
    Thank you so much for your words of support.
    Well this web is called "el anillo de Einstein" (Ring of Einstein aunque supongo que lo entiendes porque parece que sabes espaol jaja) And the web its not finished yet, this is about some planets in this ring- system which are occuped by different races. Each one contributes with his knowledge, every person can feel identified with a race and join it to follow their educations, as readings, art in general, sports ... it is a web basically dedicated to the knowledge.
    Anyhow it was not a payed work, simply a collaboration, which consisted of creating a race and design all his details, history, habitat... I enjoyed it. Ill put a link when finish.
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