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    great work man, war concept , I like the paintings about warriors on fire, just great.


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    I couldve sworn that there was a reply here somewhere ... sigh...

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    I can be harsh.

    I love the idea of the last piece but the boy looks too cartoony. It would look better if he was more realistic. Try these references or search an adequate one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leonor View Post
    I can be harsh.

    I love the idea of the last piece but the boy looks too cartoony. It would look better if he was more realistic. Try these references or search an adequate one.
    Not harsh enough! lol Thanks for the link though. but I do gree with you. I havent drawn faces that much, especially real ones anyway, and I havent practiced rendering them as often as I should. I'm a bit lost with that last painting... I think I should leave it for now and study some more.

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    ah, your graycales and armordesigns are kick-ass. you got some probs with colors i see. (sunset version is much better) try to get a bigger colorpalettes into your works. blue istnt just blue. gray isnt just gray and red isnt just red. add more colors and coloured shadows. 1 rule: warm light - cold shadow, cold light - warm shadow. you ll make it ... keep posting!

    cheers lateman
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lateman View Post
    ah, your graycales and armordesigns are kick-ass. you got some probs with colors i see. (sunset version is much better) try to get a bigger colorpalettes into your works. blue istnt just blue. gray isnt just gray and red isnt just red. add more colors and coloured shadows. 1 rule: warm light - cold shadow, cold light - warm shadow. you ll make it ... keep posting!

    cheers lateman
    Awesome tip on the cold and warm lights and their shadows. Thanks for that I'll definitely keep that in mind and have to test them out. I'm still such a noob at whats important. I appreciate your help man.

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    Had an extra long break and had time to make these little two sketches

    Mohzart's Sketchbook (CC is extremely welcome)

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    I'm gonna take a short break and have tomorrow off Shall update my sketchbook further the next day! drawing FTW!

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    Great artwork dude!Really cool stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalinkrod View Post
    Great artwork dude!Really cool stuff
    Thanks for stopping by

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    I'm not sure if this was intentional, in the golem picture the kid's eyes are unnaturally big, and the golem's left arm is very short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James Warren View Post
    I'm not sure if this was intentional, in the golem picture the kid's eyes are unnaturally big, and the golem's left arm is very short.
    Yeah the style of this was pretty much inspired by Fable's concept art. I wasnt aiming for realism.
    And the golem has no left arm tis broken..haha

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    I figured it was broken or something, it was just too obvious haha. You have some cool stuff in here man keep going!

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    You got some real talent man!!! Saw your thread in the critics section, but didn't know at all what to reply, so I thought to myself let's have a look at that guys sketchbook instead. Well, here I am, lol!!!


    Greets, Colt!!!

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    James Warren - Haha. It does look weird now that you have mentioned the left arm. I suppose if I had some wiring hooked up to it.

    Colt Seavers - Greets to you as well! Like emoticon! from the fires to my sketchbook haha fires being the critics section?

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