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    My last works

    Hi all.
    Here you can see some of my works i did for last six months. After Seattle workshop i tried working on my works faster then usually. I`ve practise in speedpainting. As a result, i did some of my works for 20 minutes ( Deadman for example ). Some of them took me about hour...
    So. Don`t hasitate to critique.

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    Wow! Excellent stuff and a nice range of styles. Not a bad one in the bunch.
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    Thanks. By this link you can see a lot of my works. Some of them not so good, but... http://sid75.deviantart.com/gallery/

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    Dude, this stuff is amazing!

    I love the carrier ship one, very great conceptual thinking

    Also the building on the beach one is great too. It really set a relaxing mood.

    Good job!

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    That Haze-like soldier one is particularly impressive.

    Tons of good stuff in a variety of styles. Keep it up!
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    Wow, some very impressive work, compounded by your work time. Some incredibly effecting and interesting speed paints. And the subject matter has a nice variety to it.
    Nice work.

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    Thanks. Yeah, i trying to work in different styles and techniques. Sometimes it`s too difficult, but interesting.

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    Your a Beast! Your work is awesome man. There is a hand full of pic I could chat about, but I gotta point put the B&W chick...for obvious reasons.
    Excellent work .

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    damn amazing stuff man, real unique pieces;

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    some amazing work here! I especially like the second image. Has a great mood and feels very ominous. keep on posting here more!!!
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    DAMN.....enough said

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    kiknzass-To much coolness to look at and chat about. top shelf.

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    awesome works man :] those workshops sure are a catalyst for artistic development. love the soldiers it looks as though you`ve walked in one`sboots for a day... and want to do it again

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    Great stuff! and best of all, it isnt the usual fantasy, monster images that permiate this board

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    Talking

    Thanks guys. I agree. It`s too boring to draw only monsters or future soldiers =). But if you working on specific project - you have no choise. You have specific limits and have to work in this limits. I just want to try doing my works in different styles to show the specific mood or feelings.

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    wow

    very very impressive
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    sweet work 5 stars for you

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    Great stuff dude. I liked the idea in the futuristic soldier where you used the zip-a-tone style brush (the dots) to give that look to the shadowed areas. Very cool!

    Also the building in the beach was just...WOW!

    And one more thing, I like how you draw and paint stuff that you know, I served in the army too but rarely draw stuff from that period, I respect it that you do.

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    awsome work man really cool stuff here i just love that Sadness pic of yours keep it up

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    Good stuff. Especially the piece depicting the Indian. The palette you chose and the strokes you used to represent the variations in skin color and texture are particularly effective. I also like the graphic portrait of the woman with the red dress. It has an great Nouveau, Aubrey Beardsley-esque feel to it.

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    woah~ cool stuffs! loving your characters and colors!
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    Thanks for comments! Before i have visited Workshops in San Francisco and Seattle i worked with solid hard brushes. But using different custom made brushes gives me more freedom in painting. Using your own custom brushes makes your works more intresting and artistic. So no fear and go ahead!

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    Yeah amazing..

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    O_o Cool!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Really great work mate, really. I'm not familiar with your older work but whatver you're doing seems to be helping you improve alot. Keep it up!

    My favourites are the Sniper, the native american, and the art noveau style one. Any tips on how you get such crisp and clean lines on the art noveau style piece?

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    Great stuff. Hope you push some of them even further. They deserve it!
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    amazzinnnngggg. i need to learn how to paint. anybody know some good tutorials?

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    Good stuff. The body of work is rendered fairly well. I really like the more refined Mucha style illustration and the volcano face soldier, great idea. I tend to go for really detailed work.

    You mentioned that you are working on speed painting. That is a good exercise, but I feel that most of the pieces would benefit from more work and detail. I really want to see some more selective definition of edges. Though, I do understand that the application doesn't always warrant totally refined works. I see the bulk of these as good concept mock-ups.
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    To CamSyko... I did those clean lines in photoshop using a hard brush end eraser. My first step was a rough line art. Step by step i corrected those lines made them thicker or thinner.

    To Bulldawg Creative... I understand what are you talking about. Earlier i`ve tried to make my works more photorealistic. But by the time i understood that sometimes is better way to leave some works unfinished. The main idea to show overall mood and atmosphere... I just looking for style that would be fiting me.
    Thanks again... =)

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