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    The Camel's Sketchbook of doom

    Well, I've finally decided to come out of my protective bubble and post on this forum. I've been lurking around for a while and at first was really intimidated by the incredible talent on this site, but I have to start somewhere right? Anyways, I hope you enjoy the little doodles I put up here, and don't hesitate to give constructive criticism! Whatever helpful tips will be greatly appreciated

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    You have a very nice line in that second one. Keep posting, you'll get more comments.

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    Agreed, You have some nice pencil sketches there. The color pieces need a litle smoothing out and the color desaturated a little, and the edges hardened up a little. Good Start, so keep posting ;-)

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    Heh thank you yeah my rendering needs a lot of improvement, but I'm really trying to work on it ^^;

    Anyways! here's my first attempt at a thumbnail speed painting

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    Very nice! I love the first ones ,the rendering done on the first is just great ,and I love the lineart of the 2nd one and the concept ,and i really like the way you draw females . Keep posting ,I will definetly check back !


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    Thank you very much for the kind words Sorry that it's taken me forever to post here again, I was very busy with my course and seeing as I was placed as an animator I was sorta consumed

    Anyways, here's a WIP for a title screen I'm working on for a game we're making

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    Aha this is the ultimate concept for my Dragon Warriors character

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    Paladin of dooooooooom!

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    Cool sketches and concepts! Quite imaginative!
    One crit: When working digitally, use some hard edged brushes

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    Spend some time on where your light sources are and try to be consistent while shading. Start out easy with one direct light source and perhaps some diffuse indirect light to add some environmental attachment and work your way up from there.

    And a paladin in high heals? Really?

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    Do studies from life. It will teach you the power of shape.
    Good progress

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