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    you are right.
    i need anatomy studies.
    i just focused on the more "clear" factor here.
    hmmm...

    any good links suggested?

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    Yep you are doing a great work for the clear factor and thats why i think you should also do some anatomy also.And you can see that almost everyone inside here is doing anatomy studies

    here loomis books you can read them online here without downloading

    http://fineart.sk/index.php?cat=1

    check figure drawing for all its worth first.Try to understand the basic shapes of the body and the general proportions.
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    Okiez, studied some anatomy, really usefull link, thanks!
    (you others, read it as well!!)

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    The last days i play with texture brushes and try to build a form with em..
    lets see..

    speed-ies both

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    i have already see the first one .
    The second one have even more interesting elements at least in the places where we can see something solid.Like the head you did some very good toning.The anatomy still needs fixings.The legs are very long. And the torso is too thin in comparison with the other parts, so it looks like you streched the image on the vertical axis and made it taller and thiner
    Keep working hard mate!!!

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    long time to see .

    Ok, i am back

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    And again.. texture experiments from my evil lab ! >:d

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    i think.. i think i found a way finally to work with textures..




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    Good stuff! I can't say much about the characters, but you should really focus more on value and composition in your environments. Try not to work tooo much with textures and stuff until you've got the basics down and the image looks good when zoomed way out.
    Sometimes it's hard to tell what's going on our you have to take a really close look what shouldn't be the case. Especially the image in post #65 looks way too busy. It would help your images a lot if you handle your colors more carefully. The problem is that everything is very evenly saturated and dark. What i like to do is to start with darker shades and work out the main focal point/area of interest with lighter color.
    I hope i didn't sound harsh, just trying to help you to get better Keep it up man, i'll definately check back

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    Hello mate, i agree with airage and since he is experimenting with enviroments i am giving him a + in knowledge
    Keep working because you already have nice progress and improvement
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    Hi Biomecha_wolf
    I can see a great progress over the last 3 pages.
    To get you characters right, you should study the human form (without clothes) only if you can handle it, you will be able to paint convincing uniform and outfits.
    I do totally agree with the things aiRaGe said, follow his advice.
    Also a great thing to do, is to begin with an absolutely oversized brush to get the basics laid out like the composition, colors and value, later on you are aber to paint the details and finish the piece.

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    Thanks all 3 of you for the feedback

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    i already told ya

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    Thanks for the tip. You seem to know/study enviroments for quite some time now and that makes the tip even more precious.

    @Arne Meyer
    Indeed i must work with nude forms, cause i already have severe problems so far when i begin with their clothes. I always thought that clothes can hide anatomy mistakes, but i am starting to abandon this theory^^

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    Coming along nicely. You can really see things starting to improve already, and as you become more confident with the brushes it will translate to the stroke as well. Great work!

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    Promising! Keep it up!

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    Hey nice!

    I see you're really getting a handle on those brushes. you're making great progress. keep it up!

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    Lovely use of rather more abstractive brushes, I definitely adored your envriros, atmospheric, elusive and quite sinister. In my honest opinion, try out more linear drawing style, especially on your character design and devote more time on their shades, sfumato's and tones, coz I reckon you will produce some descent artwork in that manner.
    I especially like how you deconstruct and reconstruct your own style and parameters on your art flow, abstract brushes then linear and vise versa, ah as other lads stressed out before me, more anatomy study is required ( ta metrimata su ), as for yet very ambitious and promising work, keep it up!

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    really thanks for the critics people . i appreciate that more than you think

    hehe, time to revive this sketchbook a bit ;d















    Last edited by Biomecha_wolf; May 19th, 2010 at 05:45 AM.
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    Good work with all these texture brushes! Don't forget to make everything look coherent. Also, using other colours than gray in highlighting black things would help them being less dull. Try to study it from life.
    Anyway, great work! Keep it up

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    hello mate, i am glad you revived it
    I like the police woman.Keep up upgrading

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    IDW challenge. mmm..

    i didnt really wanted to paint under the lines the mecha but...oh well did it.
    the background is a speedy messy one which took me no longer than 3 mins lol, so thats why the chaos.

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    aghh exam period in college o_-


    some mechanical stuff ;d

    a mecha and a prototype ship^^





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    Nice update mate.The robot is more in perspective and i like the scale display.The shapes still need to be more defined i guess, just to be more precise and understandable
    THe thumbnails of the vehicles are lovely!!!
    keep up the good work

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    Nice work so far. I was going to recommend you practice a bit more in greyscale, but you seem to be doing that with your latest pieces (and improving in that regard as well) - keep it going! Also remember to think in simple shapes when shading, this will help you render more realistically as well.

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    hi there, you have great Rich textures and a pretty good cense of rendering. you need to work on your anatomy though, especially on legs. sometimes it feels like you dont know which direction they point at. do some studies on legs and you will come out a better artist in no time.

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    grate drawings , colors are good and i also like your style .

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    thank you people for your feedback. I really appreciate it


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    looks like my sketchbook is a bit of dusty since my last post was around 5 months ago. Right now i moved in UK to continue with my master degree.

    I have some sketches here , not finished though, they always lack something.. for the moment.I hope i will fix that soon.

    All this time I never gave up practice and i dont intent to do it at least in the near future
















    have fun and keep drawing..!
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    woof, 3 long hours.

    a museum or something.

    i tried lots of new things here



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    whoopsy, everything became so rusty here! time to post something!








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    A quick sketch during phone conversations..!



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    more stuff




    some female nudes , i mean,
    female anatomy studies only , hmm..




    Some faces now ,




    Finally I tried to make a "poster" for a fictional movie-game , but I guess I still need a lot to learn about composition, colour harmony etc heh

    My main goal here was to make the viewer distinguish within the first seconds who are the good guys, the bad guys etc



    more uploads folks soon

    have fun

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    my first matte painting



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    My second attempt to make a comic



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