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    Monstertree sketchbook : Digital ash in a digital urn

    Check out the later pages, these are so old and more than a little embarrassing!
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    Storyboards? Very lively.
    I am glad that I can say that I don't drink, I don't smoke and I don't swear.

    Shit, I do drink and smoke.

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    Hey, awesome lighting on these, very realistic. The girl in the top picture, her elbows are really high so I'd suggest paying close attention to anatomy, but other than that these look great. Hope to see more soon!
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    Neat. Good lighting on the first one. Forearm on the girl closest to us is a bit long perhaps?
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    Hey miljenko, nilaffle, Orbital and mrpank! Thanks for the replies! You have made me feel really welcome here, seems like a great environment so I'm gonna stick around. The past 2 were painting scenes of 'Lost' from my TV, trying to get the colours and lighting down so I guess I did a good job .

    Ive been in a slump for quite a while now and trying to get out of it, not much luck but I'm still trying to work through it. Heres another no sketch straight to throwing colours down speed paint, not pleased with it at all but I guess every sketchbook has a fair degree of crap in it so I wont leave it out.
    Monstertree sketchbook : Digital ash in a digital urn
    And this too
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    Had a bit of a sketcharoo today, don't really know what I was trying to achieve with this but it was damn fun. Monstertree sketchbook : Digital ash in a digital urn
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    best pic so far dude ! alot cleaner and just nicer in general ehehe keep it up
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    Cheers Razorb, I'm glad you like it.

    Having a bit of trouble at the moment, well in general actually. I'm OK when it comes to roughing out colour, but as soon as I try and polish something up it turns to crap.
    Take my latest pic, I liked the thumbnail so I enlarged and started to try and refine it. It was all fine while blocking in colour but as soon as I start to polish it, it goes all wrong (look at the nose to see what I mean) Any tips on making a piece look polished but maintain that special something I lose when I become too fussy?
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    i really like the colors in your images the fish looks cool - the mix of cartoony style and realistic shading looks amazing
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    That ice walker is kinda fun.

    I noticed the cowboy's nose seems very refined and the rest of his face/outfit is much more blocked out. Was that intentional? Anyway, cools pics! Post more!
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    hey man, thx for stoppin by in my SB.Excellent start here, diggin' the digitals...about the last one, well, just keep working over it n ad detail...treat digital paint as you woud treat traditional one

    keep sharing, i'll be back for more

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    Xbert- Thanks!
    Orbital - Haha I hate that ice walker. The cowboy started off as a rough thumb but I liked it so I started to try and refine it (the nose) but it was coming out awful because I blended the life out of it!
    TheGnoll - Thanks for checking mine out too. I have the same problem with real paint, blending it so much that it turns to mud. I have to really concentrate on not doing it.

    Here's a quick one for today
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