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    Voodo_Mama - oh thank you! Thats what I hope!

    knut- - thanks a lot. Yea I will, it`s part of the fundamentals right

    Jyou - thank you! Glad you like it


    some stufff

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    So things are getting pretty cool for me at the moment. I managed to get my first deathline goal which was to paint for my favorite german roleplay company by the end of january. And it worked out! I did some work for their regular magazine and they offered me a contract. YES! Thats what I wanted, for now
    So here is some stuff I did besides my work for them. Some commissioned character and studies ( they are not random, I use them for my comissioned stuff)

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    I buyed a skull model. I find it very challenging to paint it, but thats great

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    Wow this is a nice amount of quality paintings. My favourite thing about your paintings is the textures. Wonderful stuff!

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    Hi. Thanks for dropping in my sketchbook. I must say that your stuff looks pretty cool. I have one suggestion though. I think you should focus more on materials. Right now everything in your paintings looks very similar. Like it was all the same material. I think when you master this you will really awesome. Good luck!

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    Thank you very very much MeteorCat and Ramalooke. I appreciate it a lot

    some stuff from the past days. Practiced hands and faces, obviously

    thanks for stopping by

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    some character stuff for some guys from a roleplay game forum

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    random stillife
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    I always wanted to paint lava and use it... so yea. did a study, a sphere from head and a speedpaint... Pretty much lava at once

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    and anatomy studies from the past week. Been practicing legs a lot, obviously

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    Thanks for watching everyone

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    Lordy just looking through this SB makes me feel I need to get cracking on more studies. Some on previous pages they looked straight up like photos when browsing through.

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    thank you very much JFierce. Much appreciated!

    some studies to prepare myself for a new illustration

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    What magnificent horsies!

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    Nice studies, the hand look pretty nice. One crit I got for ya is that the necks on the two portraits look a bit off. Think they might be too small. Keep up with drawing sir.

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    nice studies! you keep pushing too!

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    MeteorCat, ~Twig and kidult - thanks very much guys. I really appreciate your comments.

    Been working on commishions a lot lately, did more then 10 illustraitons in the past few weeks that I cant show. But I will have new personal stuff starting soon, so... did a lot of pencil studies, I will try to scan them in the next days.

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    a cow i totally failed at...
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    The first three pieces are incredible. The reflection on the duckey is amazing!

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    thank you very much MeteorCat


    this is what I did the past week or so besides client work

    portait study i applied to a character for work
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    random dude
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    unfinished chow.. i liked the sketch and then it turned out stiff and boring
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    aaand figures and anatomy... ( i made like 3 times this much but I am kind of annoyed to scan them all in. maybe I will stop posting these anyways, since its just practice and I am not sure if its interesting at all) they are mixed studies and stuff from imagination


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    nice updates recently - good studies and well done on getting the contract. I would recommend posting a few more traditionals as a criticism. I know its just a preference, but if you want to learn as effectively as possible I think some more traditional paints would help to learn effective use of edges. I am by no means an expert, but thats just what i've found in my experience.

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    What wonderful studies. And an amazing portrait.

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    ThomasM - thanks a lot for your comment. Yea I painted traditionally when I started at design school like 3 years ago but then lost my patience for it. I do some oil sitllifes from time to time ( just finished one yesterday)... but yes, I should totally work on my traditional painting skills.

    MeteorCat - thank you very much


    some practice. The skull is mostly from a real skull model. I find it much more fun then from photos

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    yea, back to the basics, getting the muscles of the face more clear
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    some ribcage study and torso anatomy from head.
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    and some work on that character thing. Not sure if Ill finish it

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    thanks for watching

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    hello everybody

    some anatomy and other practice stuff

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    some faces from head

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    it`s been a long time, but finally I painted with oils again.

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    sargent studddyy

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    todays study. Try to get better at painting faces

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    The face looks lovely. Nice expression, Maybe try not to use black in the crease of the lips, eyelids and nostrils but rather a saturated darker red. That makes the skin look "fleshier".
    As you did a sargent study before you could look at his paintings for that, he uses quite a lot of saturated reds in the skintones. Just take the colorpicker and look for it

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    Hey Nele - Finally they changed our nicknames, right? ) Thank you very much for your advice. I`ll definitely use it, I hope I did well with my portait study from today ( I already tried to apply it)... You keep up the hard work, too

    moaar portait practice

    trying to get more of a painter style with these and play around more instead of rendering it so "clean"

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    I am very frustrated with my commishioned work these days, and I am unhappy that I cant show it. Looks like all I do is studies, but I am not!!! :3

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    The first head statue/bust is magnificent.

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    good stuff dude, keep it up

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    thanks a lot guys!

    quick selfportait from this evening...meh

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    going to livestream a portait study

    feel free to join me!

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    portait I just painted on the stream

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    I actually painted this portait again to get it better.

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    and a portait from the stream today

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    and a quick water study

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    some studies

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    i wonder why the color looks somehow dirty. not on the still lifes tho

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