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    Is that.... AYLA?!

    OHHHHH AWESOME IF IT IS!!

    As always, you are kickin' ass and taking names!

    Just keep on doing what you're doing and I'll be always watching... creepily... from the corner...
    My Bloggins

    Mat Kaminski's Sketchbook

    Sketchbooks love Critiques, give a crit, get a crit! (tm)

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    The CRIMSON DAGGERS


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    You have great solid drawing skills and your characters rock. I'm gonna keep an eye here.


    Your sketchbook title is awesome BTW, wish I had thought of that. It's actually what draws me in here at first .


    Oh yeah, whatever is going here, is hilarious as hell.
    http://conceptart.org/forums/attachm...1&d=1341253041

    And I love the sketch with the fridge. It's totally kick ass!

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    your figures are really dynamic i love them so cool! I feel that your predator piece seems a tad monotone try adding some different colors to parts like the helmet and armor which seem kinda flat, i know its still a wip but i just wanted to give some pointers, keep them figures coming though!!

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    The pig video Year of the Ham
    is fantastic, I was watching it over and over again, and
    sent out the link to some of my friends. Best part is the end
    when the pig chuckles in the theatre, cracked me up.
    Urban Fighter; mundane look, I do not have anything
    against mundane, just saying, if you want to make him special
    try to give him some unique attributes, like tattoo or special
    trunks, shoes, something like that. Predator; very cool, I like
    the feeling within, it’s your style for sure. Downsides could
    be the flatness of the painting, you did a right job with the
    textures, but still his head looks flat, and you cannot distinguish
    the depth of his right hand, it could be in front of his face, or
    it could be totally far to the right behind him. Light source
    is undefined which makes a bit tricky to recognize his position
    in space. Well, those are the things that I see, nothing major
    however, you delivered and performed well. I totally support
    the loose and honest sketches that you do, like the guy infront
    of the fridge or the Carpe Nukem, those are a real highlights
    of your general deeds. Sorry that I was absent this long,
    hope that everything is fine, and that you will bring
    us some more magic.

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    awesome updates mate, that predator is soooo badass!

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    Mat Kaminski: What up bad boy! It's Ayla indeed, you get a free cookie for recognising her. I thank you for your (creepy corner) support!
    Aaron_: Thank you for stopping by. I'm quite fond of the witty title that has endured the ages, and how it refers to one of my favourite movies.
    IsaacEs: Thanks! I will keep that in mind.
    LtPlissken :Thank you for sharing it! And I love your responses! It's like a ration pack of wisdom, a piece of your mind and some poetry in the mix.
    I'm still working on the Predator dude as you can see, I hope to fix all the issues you mentioned.
    Urban Fighter will propably get a samoan tattoo as a friend suggested and a more beat up appearance.
    rich4rtThanks man!

    Oh yeah! Remember the reclining skeletor dude?
    It's an album cover now.


    Have a listen, like it, share it, or hate it! Haha! I'm a bit drunk.
    Busy times! Here's an update on the Predator.

    Thanks for looking.
    Last edited by Rotor; July 20th, 2012 at 02:41 PM.

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    awesome updates man!! i really love the nice soft lighting on that soldier girl on the last page!! great stuff man!!
    MY SKETCHBOOK!
    Some Sketchbooks you should check out! --->
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    Mattinian
    RazorB
    Albino-Z
    MatejaPetkovic
    Cold
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    great work man, the only thing i would suggest with the predator that stood out was his raised arm, it looks like hes inspecting his blades but it looks a little close for that. that part strikes me as a little flat or stiff but the rest is awesome

    edit: sorry one more thing, i think that his head may be a little small. this can be chalked up to ur style and even if u fix it its pretty minimal work, but remember predators have pretty big awkward heads with large foreheads, and theyre wearing an armor facemask and helmet so it looks even larger, they sort of reminded me of boba fett from star wars. neway, just something else to consider

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    NickyBeats: Thanks! I gotta get back to it, I really wanna finish it.
    Jesus Food: Thanks for dropping by and for the crit! I hope I tackled those issues.

    I'm done with this. Maybe small adjustments from now on but that's it.
    Thanks for looking.

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    Great work, that turned out really well, the texture on the metal is just great. For a crit, I think you're overemphasizing the highlights on the lower torso and the upper portion of the left (our right) arm; I just can't see those areas receiving that much light with the head, raised arm, and armor in the way. I also think the lower torso's contrast with the dark background is pulling attention away from the helmet/face, which I'm assuming is the intended focal point.

    Btw that album cover looks awesome!

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    dierat: I understand what you mean.
    I worked on this on and off for a good few months and I think I may have lost my focus at later steps.
    It was an interesting process nonetheless and I got to try some cool effects.

    I'm taking part in the Team Challenge, this is gonna be killer.

    Here's the predator with minute alterations and some doodlies from my TINY! new sketchbook.
    Drawing the church reminded me of two things, how hard it is to properly interpret foliage aswell as the fact I need to go draw outside alot more.
    The wonderfully talented James Gurney has made some extensive research in his blog on painting foliage that can be found here.

    Thanks for looking.
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    Busy with all kinds of things.
    Here's a quick study.
    Thanks for looking.

    My Sketchbook or: How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Draw!

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    really nice sketchbook ! keep it up dude !!

    contact: kikindaface.art at gmail.com


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    Awesome SB! Your pencils are great, and your progress is very visible and inspiring. Keep it up!

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    Serious badass that Predator is! I also like that dude on a horse. Keep it up!
    I'm making mess here: Sketchbook .
    also on dA and tumblr
    Old sketchbook, in case anyone interested.

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